The Latin American Philosophy of Education Society (LAPES) is hosting their final two events for their online symposium, Learning Across Liberation Theologies, to explore the links between liberation theology, pedagogy, and activism. We gather front-line educators, movement organizers, and practitioners and scholars of Liberation Theology to address these themes. This week the themes are “Caribbean/Latin American Liberation Theologies.” and “Black Radical Tradition”
Prof. Stephanie Huezo will be giving a presentation entitled “Pedagogy, Community, and Survival in the Salvadoran Revolution” on Friday, October 23, 2020, from 6-8pm ET. The presentation will be in English with Spanish interpretation.
Friday, Oct. 23: Caribbean/Latin American Liberation Theologies (with Spanish interpretation)
● Sylvia Marcos, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México and Universidad Iberamericana – Keynote
● Stephanie M. Huezo, Fordham University
● Tito Mitjans Alayón, CESMECA, UNICACHModerated by Conor Tomás Reed, CUNY
Saturday, Oct. 24: Black Radical Tradition
● Mark L. Taylor, Princeton Theological Seminary – Keynote
● Rashad Moore, First Baptist Church of Crown Heights and Columbia University
● Sharon Gramby-Sobukwe, Eastern University
Moderated by Jason Wozniak, West Chester University
YouTube livestream: www.youtube.com/RafaelVizcainoR
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