Today marks the culmination of events related to the consultation on Globalization and Cultural Diversity begun by St. Andrews Presbyterian College in partnership with the Women’s Center, First Presbyterian Church in Durham, NC, and First Presbyterian Church in Palo Alto, California, as well as Laurinburg Presbyterian Church.
The consultation, inaugurated last year in Louisville with the address by Dr. Maura Toro-Morn, “Gendered Dimensions of Global Migration”, continues at St. Andrews in consultation with Dr. Philip Jenkins, Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Humanities at Pennsylvania State University, who will deliver the annual E. Hervey Evans Distinguished Fellowship Lecture and will participate in conversations with the group.
The Women’s Center’s Faculty and Financial Liaison, Rev. Dr. Johanna Bos, is representing the Women’s Center at the events of the weekend and today. We look forward to hearing her reflections on the consultation, and to continuing the conversation begun last year as part of the events of the 2008 Katie Geneva Cannon Lecture and Consultation.