In its eleven years of bringing internationally renowned feminist scholars to the Wake Forest University campus, the Phyllis Trible lecture series has had a profound and lasting impact on this community. This series has stimulated and challenged hundreds of attendees over the last decade to reflect on the contributions of feminist thought and theology and to recognize the unfinished work that still lies ahead. As the 2013 lectures will conclude the Phyllis Trible series at Wake Forest University, its theme, "Feminism: Then, Now, and Not Yet," perfectly summarizes the values and hopes of the series.
The Trible Lecture committee is grateful to all of the Wake Forest students, alumni, faculty, and staff across the years who have worked to make this series a success. We are thankful for the founding vision of Sylva Billue, the many donors who have made these lectures possible, and to Phyllis Trible herself, whose leadership has shaped this series. And, most of all, we are thankful for all who have attended these lectures since they began in 2003, whose commitment to feminism gives us hope for the "not yet."
Featured Speakers: Monica A. Coleman, Claremont School of Theology
Tamara Cohn Eskenai, Hebrew Union College
Serene Jones, Union Theological Seminary
Nelly van Doorn Harder, Wake Forest University
Wednesday, March 6, 2013 at 9:30am to 1:00pm
1834 Wake Forest Road Winston-Salem, NC 27106