2022: Go Tell It on the Mountain
Baylor University is proudly presents the 2022 Pruit Memorial Symposium
Go Tell It on the Mountain: Perspectives on Black Preaching, Theology, and Gospel Music
featuring virtual presentations by
The Rev. Dr. Lisa Weaver, The Rev. Dr. Carol Tomlin, and Dr. Dulcie Dixon McKenzie
followed by Q&A moderated by Dr. Monique Ingalls
Wednesday, February 16, 2022
12:15 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. CST
Live on Zoom and in-person at the Dennis Campbell Innovative Learning Space (Jones Library, Room 200)
A complimentary lunch will be served during the in-person event. Registration is required for the in-person event.
Assistant Professor of Worship
Columbia Theological Seminary
“Singing New Songs in A Strange Land: The Music of Enslaved Africana Peoples in the Colonial Period As Witnessed in Select [En]Slave[d] Narratives”
The Rev. Dr. Carol Tomlin
Principal of Kingdom School of Theology &
Visiting Fellow, University of Leeds, UK
“It’ll soon be done with troubles and trials”: Singing in Sermon Themes in Contexts and Divergence in the Preaching of Second-Generation African Caribbean Pentecostals from their Windrush Forebears.
Dr. Dulcie Dixon McKenzie
Director, Centre for Black Theology
The Queen’s Foundation for Ecumenical Theological Education, Birmingham, UK
“Press Along Saints, Press Along, in God’s own Way!” Towards an Initiation of Black Pentecostal Hymnody in Black British Theology.
Dr. Monique Ingalls
Associate Professor of Music &
Graduate Program Director, Church Music