[Event] Talk: Beauty and Ugliness in Black Experience, Theologically Considered
Talk and discussion with Jeania Ree Moore (Peterhouse College/Faculty of Divinity)
“Beauty and Ugliness in Black Experience, Theologically Considered”
Friday, November 13th, 7:30 pm
Godwin Room, Clare College (Trinity Lane)
We will have a short talk, followed by group discussion and a reception with light refreshments.
Originally from California, Jeania Ree Moore is an M.Phil. student in the Faculty of Divinity focusing on Christian Theology. A graduate of Yale University (B.A. Humanities 2012) and Emory University (M.Div. 2015), Jeania Ree has research interests in theological aesthetics, critical race theory, African American studies, and American religious history. Her vocational goals are ministerial as well as academic, and she is currently in the ordination process with the United Methodist Church. She is studying at Cambridge as a Gates Cambridge Scholar.
CHAS is a community of young scholars who come together to discuss our experiences of engaging the academy as Christians and of seeking to relate our studies to our faith. All welcome!