Published on January 28th, 2018 | by University Communications0
Black Liberation Theory topic of “Beyond the Classroom,” February 24
“When Theology Matters and Gets Real: Black Liberation Theology and the 1960s and Beyond,” will be the third session in Saint Leo’s “Beyond the Classroom” series.
The School of Arts and Sciences is presenting “Beyond the Classroom,” a series of discussions by faculty members who teach in Virginia in the university’s English, religion, sociology, and psychology departments. The goal of the series is to demonstrate the relevance and applicability of arts and sciences coursework to various fields.
The public, as well as Saint Leo University students, alumni, faculty, and staff, are invited to this free event. All talks will be at 1 p.m. on Saturdays.
Dr. Marc Pugliese, assistant professor of religion and theology, will be the presenterfor the discussion at 1 p.m., Saturday, February 24, at Saint Leo University’s Newport News Education Center, One BayPort Way, Suite 160, Newport News, VA 23606.
The following session will be “If Beyonce, LeBron & Oprah Can Make It, Can’t Anyone? The Persistence of the Glass Ceiling in the Entertainment Industry,” presented by Dr. Eileen O’Brien, associate professor of sociology, 1 p.m. Saturday, March 24, at Saint Leo University’s Newport News Education Center, One BayPort Way, Suite 160, Newport News, VA 23606.
For information, contact Megan Orendorf at email@example.com.