James A. Gray Lecture

Date:  March 9, 2017

Time:  3:30 pm

Summary:  Lecturers will present on the theme of "The Varieties of Black Women's Spirituality." Location: Cleon F. Thompson Jr. Student Services Center, room 207. The event is free and open to the public. A reception will follow.


Lecturers are: Tracey E. Hucks, James D. Vail III Professor of Africana Studies and Chair of Africana Studies, Davidson College; and Dianne M. Stewart, Associate Professor of Religion and African American Studies, Emory University.


Supported by the James A. Gray Endowment, which was established in 1952, the James A. Gray Lectures annually bring outstanding scholars and exemplary faith leaders to WSSU to engage some of the most pressing issues in public life. A symposium on new directions in the study of Black religion will precede the lecture. 


For more information: Marion Roberts, 336-750-2400, or robertsm@wssu.edu

Categories:  Student, Faculty and Staff

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