Asaf Bar-Tura, JCUA’s Director of Operations, will be speaking at a panel discussion (Thursday, November 14, 2013) convened by the University of Chicago Divinity School and four theological seminaries. The topic will be “Theory and Solidarity.”
The University of Chicago Divinity School is collaborating with seminarians from McCormick Theological Seminary, the Catholic Theological Union, the Lutheran School of Theology, and the Chicago Theological Seminary, in organizing the Annual Ministry Conference. This year’s focus: “Widening the Circle: Theory & Identity in the Praxis of Solidarity.”
The Annual Ministry Conference consists of three panel discussions throughout the year, the first of which will take place on Thursday, November 14, 2013 (5:00-7:00pm).
- Discussion Topic: “Theory & Solidarity”
- When: November 14th, 5-7pm
- Where: McCormick Theological Seminary, Common Room (5460 S University Ave, Chicago)
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Recognizing that solidarity movements address a wide variety of justice issues, we seek to begin the conversation by hearing about the theoretical perspectives and personal commitments that are at stake in the praxis of solidarity.
- Asaf Bar-Tura: Director of Operations, Jewish Council on Urban Affairs
- Mikki Kendal: writer and pop culture analyst. Most recently known for her feminist/womanist work related to #solidarityisforwhitewomen.
- Heath Carter: Associate Professor and historian at Valparaiso University. Particularly interested in issues of economic inequality and how American Christians relate to them.
- Rev. Dr. Linda Eastwood: Adjunct Professor and Coordinator of the Colombia Accompaniment Program at McCormick Theological Seminary.
A light dinner will be served. Suggested donation of $5 is welcomed but not required.
Additional Panel Discussions in this Series:
- “Identity in Solidarity”: February 6th, 2014 at Chicago Theological Seminary
- “The Praxis of Solidarity”: May 2, 2014 at the University of Chicago Divinity School