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2024 Symposium

The 2024 Symposium will be held in Atlanta, GA on July 11-14.
Theme: Reimagining Vocation in Precarious Times


Senior Scholar Keynote address:
Professor Grace Yia-Hei Kao
Professor of Ethics and Interim/Inaugural Bishop Roy I. Sano & Kathleen A. Thomas-Sano Professor in Pacific & Asian American Theology at Claremont School of Theology

Artist-Theologian Keynote address:
Julian Davis Reid
M.Div. Candler School of Theology and Musician, Speaker and Writer, Notes of Rest

Panel, Reimagining Vocation and Theological Education

Ted Smith (Emory University and Theological Education Between the Times), Carl Friesen (Canadian Foodgrains Bank), Cara Curtis (Easy Dynamics Corp), and Dan Rhodes (Loyola University Chicago & and the Black Mountain School of Theology & Community)

Zoom Panel, “Why Write? Traditional and Public Scholarship in Precarious Times”

KC Choi and MT Davila (Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics), Milinda Banerjee (Political Theology Network and The Brink), Isaac Villegas (The Christian Century), and Daniel Miller (Straight White American Jesus)

July 11: travel day + evening reception.
July 12-13 symposium events + more meals + reception.
July 14: wrap-up + travel day.

Our sessions will be held at Emory’s Candler School of Theology.

Housing for members is available in nearby Decatur. Families are welcome but childcare is not provided.