Screening/discussion at the American Academy of Religion (AAR) Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, November 22, 2015
Schedule of screenings & speaking engagements related to my African Christianity Rising documentary film series. For further details, please check in here later or contact the relevant host institutions. If you are interested in scheduling events in the regions listed here, or elsewhere, please get in touch.
Public screening of African Christianity Rising: Stories from Ghana to open up a discussion about issues of Christianity and Culture.
3:30 PM Winter Hall, Room 106 For more, read here.
Screening/discussion of pieces of the African Christianity Rising documentary film series to open up discussion about the uses of documentary video to portray religious life and bridge differences in culture and worldview.
4:30-6:00 PM Monday, March 30th Religious Studies Dept.
Building 110/ Room 112, Serra Mall, Palo Alto, CA 94305
For more read here.
Screening/discussion of African Christianity Rising: Stories from Ghana 8:30 PM Place TBA
Screening & conversation of African Christianity Rising passages with presidents of theological schools at the Presidential Leadership Intensive Conference hosted by the Association of Theological Schools.
SCHOOL OF ORIENTAL AND AFRICAN STUDIES, University of London — February 19th
ALL NATIONS, Easneye, Hertfordshire — February 20th
UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS, Leeds — February 23rd
For the text of Prof. Kim’s thoughtful and comprehensive remarks and reflections click here: Kirsteen-Kim-review
UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH — Tuesday, February 24, Screening/discussion of Stories from Ghana (77:00), and Wednesday, Feb 25, Workshop on the Uses of Documentary Video in Ethnographic Research and Exposition, 2-5 PM
LIVERPOOL HOPE UNIVERSITY — Thursday, Feb 26, Screening/Discussion of Stories from Ghana (77:00)
OXFORD UNIVERSITY — Oxford Centre for Mission Studies, Workshop on the Uses of Documentary Video in Ethnographic Research and Exposition, Friday, Feb 27, 12:30-14:00 PM
Screening/discussion, Stories from Ghana (77:00), February 11th, 7 PM, Rodine Global Ministries Building, room 125, TRINITY EVANGELICAL DIVINITY SCHOOL, Deerfield, IL
Screening/discussion, Stories from Zimbabwe, LAKE FOREST COLLEGE, Lake Forest, IL — February 12th, 7 PM
Screening/discussion (with dinner), Stories from Zimbabwe (73:30), Friday, Feb. 13th, 5:30 PM NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, Program of African Studies, 620 Library Place, Evanston, IL
FLIER FOR A SCREENING/DISCUSSION
Local churches are beginning to use our African Christianity Rising documentary film series to open up conversations between diverse branches of the church here in North America to build relationships of mutual understanding, respect and trust, in order to help build a truly international world church for the 21st century. In this case, after a brief Q&A following the screening of Stories from Ghana–to air issues, questions and concerns the film raises–the audience will break-up into small, ethnically diverse discussion groups, to share their experiences and responses to the film.
Efforts will be made to reach out to the many African, Asian, African-American, Latino and Latin American churches within an hour’s drive of the venue.
If you are interested in hosting and organizing such an event, please let us know.
For a review of our African Christianity Rising documentary film series by Philip Jenkins in this September issue of Christianity Today click here: Jenkins in “Christianity Today”
A recent article by Sandra Dias in The Daily Hampshire Gazette, June 13, 2013.