We are happy to present the 2014 Alumni/ae Days and Kellogg Lectures, What is Justice? We hope you will join us for two days of panel discussions, alumni/ae celebrations, and the 2014 Kellogg Lectures. Below is the full schedule of events. You can also look up information for class reunion celebrations, as well as for travel, parking, and accessiblity.
We hope you'll join us. Register now.
Thursday, May 8, 2014
8am–12:30pm Registration & Welcome, Tyler Room
9am Morning Prayer, St. John's Memorial Chapel
9:45am Panel Discussion: Spirituality that Sustains: Being Peace in the Midst of Injustice facilitated by Dr. Kwok Pui Lan, Sherrill Library 350
11:10am Panel Discussion: The Power of Art & Music to Inspire Change facilitated by Ellen Oak and The Rev. Miriam Gelfer, St. John's Memorial Chapel
12:30pm Alumni/ae Association Awards Luncheon featuring the presentation of Distinguished Alumni/ae Awards to The Very Rev. Dr. William W. Rankin '66 and The Rev. Judith Upham '67; Washburn Lounge
2pm Panel Discussion: Raising Our Voices: A Conversation with Young Leaders Active in the Call to Justice facilitated by Katie Ernst, Sherrill Library 350
3:30pm Panel Discussion: Pursuing Justice: The Ministry of Criminal Justice Reform facilitated by The Rev. Dr. Joan Martin, Sherrill Library 350
5:30pm Evensong, St. John's Memorial Chapel
6pm President and Dean's Reception, The Deanery/Dana House
7:30pm Individual Class Dinners, Various off-campus locations (to find out if your class has scheduled a dinner, or if you are interested in organizing a dinner for your class, please contact Christi Humphrey, Director of Constituent Engagement, at 617-682-1573)
Friday, May 9, 2014
9am–11am Registration open, Tyler Room
9:30am Community Eucharist, St. John's Memorial Chapel
10:30am Coffee Hour
11:30am "Justice for Foremothers: Hagar and Sarah," Kellogg Lecture with Dr. Phyllis Trible, St. John's Memorial Chapel
1pm Lunch, Outside/Washburn Lounge
2pm "Justice for Jacob," Kellogg Lecture with Dr. Phyllis Trible, St. John's Memorial Chapel
3:30pm Celebration of Faculty Publishing and Book Signing with faculty and Kellogg lecturer, Sherrill Library atrium
5:30pm Alastair Cassels-Brown Memorial Organ Concert with Kent Tritle, St. John's Memorial Chapel
The Justice of Storytelling: The 2014 Kellogg Lectures with Dr. Phyllis Trible
Dr. Trible is author of Texts of Terror and former Baldwin Professor of Sacred Literature at Union Theological Seminary
Alastair Cassels-Brown Memorial Organ Concert by Kent Tritle
Kent Tritle is one of America’s leading choral conductors. Called "the brightest star in New York's choral music world" by The New York Times, he is in his third season as Director of Cathedral Music and Organist at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City; his seventh season as Music Director of Musica Sacra, the longest continuously performing professional chorus in New York; and his ninth season as Music Director of the Oratorio Society of New York, the acclaimed 200-voice volunteer chorus.
Register now for these events.