Ruha Benjamin Keynote, 'The Mourning After: A Dreamer's Guide To Staying Woke,' and 'Arts' panel moderated by Mark Lewis Taylor

Princeton, NJ, United States · Carl A. Fields Center

The conference opens at 3:00 p.m. at Princeton University. All attendees must be registered participants with badges. Same day registration will be available.

Venue Details

Address
58 Prospect Ave, Princeton, NJ, United States

Wednesday, april 19
3:00 pm

conference welcome

Nyle Fort, Princeton University, Ph.D candidate in the Department of Religion
Heath Pearson, Princeton University, Ph.D candidate in the Department of Anthropology
Eddie S. Glaude Jr., Princeton University, Chair of the Department of African American Studies

3:30 pm

panel one Arts
respondent Mark Lewis Taylor +
Princeton theological seminary
Theology and culture

Shana Redmond, University of California, Los Angeles (Musicology)
Matt Harris, University of California, Santa Barbara (Religious Studies)
Mikey Phillips, Performer and producer based in Atlanta, Georgia +
Mlondolozi Zondi, Northwestern University (Performance Studies)

6:00 pm

keynote ‘The Mourning After: A Dreamer’s Guide To Staying Woke’
Ruha Benjamin 
princeton University ++
Department of African American Studies