BLACK, WHITE, and MORMON
A CONFERENCE on the EVOLVING
STATUS of BLACK SAINTS WITHIN the MORMON FOLD
This conference offers a multi-disciplinary assessment of the status of black people within Mormon theology across time and space. Panels will include topics such as “Race and the Inner City,” “Race and Mormon Women,” and “Race at BYU.”
Lester Bush, Jr. opens the conference at 7pm, Thursday, October 8th as the 2015 Sterling M. McMurrin Lecture on Religion & Culture.
TH-F, 08-09 OCT 2015
@UMFA - DUMKE AUDITORIUM
MORMON STUDIES INITIATIVE
In 2010, the Tanner Humanities Center launched an initiative to support the study of Mormonism on campus and in the wider community. This initiative encourages vibrant, intellectual exploration of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, its people, values, history, culture, and institutions.
DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES
THE CASE AGAINST 8
feat. Audience Q&A with Directors
BEN COTNER & RYAN WHITE
TH, 12 NOV 2015, 6 PM