Program

Programming to include:*

  • “Black UU Living History: Recording History As We Live It” – Paige Ingram et al
  • “George Pullman’s Religious World” – Nicole Kirk
  • “Re-Assessing Origins of Women's Ministry” – Barbara Cooeyman
  • ""This far away ... western country"": Cogwell's mission to Nebraska” – Jo Paoletti
  • “Rev. George L. Chaney and the Existence of Southern Unitarianism” – Jim Kelley
  • “Origins of Universalism in South Carolina 1780-1900” – Jay Kiskel
  • “Origins of Unitarianism and Universalism in New Orleans” – Paul Beedle
  • “Moncure Daniel Conway’s Exodus through Baltimore, 1862” – Scott Holland
  • “The Beginnings of Unitarianism in Baltimore” – Catherine Evans
  • “Who was Jared Sparks?” – Arliss Ungar
  • “Catholic Heart, Unitarian Mind: Identity in William Sullivan’s The Priest” – Isaac May
  • “Universalists and the Struggle to Define ""Heresy"" 1770-1840” – Spencer Wells
  • “""A God Clothed In Our Form"": Intensifying Channing's Iconoclasm” – Jeffrey Speaks
  • “Bucking the Patriarchy: Florence Buck's Education Advocacy As Queer Feminist” – Denise Cawley
  • “Who are these church women? Institute for Religious Education 1916” – Kimberlee Carlson, Kim Mason
  • “An English Businessman, Transv. Bishops, & an American Unitarian Woman” – Claudia Elferdink
  • “Ralph Waldo Emerson: How India Created America's First Universalist Unitarian” – Lauren Levwood
  • “Rev. Samuel West: Savior of the U.S. Constitution?” – Richard Kellaway
  • “Channing in the Panic of 1819” – Frank Carpenter
  • “UU Ordained Ministers and Lay Ministers: History, Compatibility, Potential” – Holly Dempsey
  • “Lessons from Unitarian Advocacy for the Mentally Ill” –Janet Holden             

*Subject to change