Professor Danjuma Gibson’s Lecture and Book Launch – Racial Injury and Trauma: Redeeming the Christian Story and the Democratic Experiment

Professor Gibson explores the writings of Frederick Douglass to better understand racial trauma in 19th century US.

7/11/18, CALVIN SEMINARY AUDITORIUM –  Addressing a full auditorium, Danjuma Gibson shared some of his findings and thoughts from his most recent publication Frederick Douglass, a Psychobiography.  Gibson, Associate Professor of Pastoral Care at Calvin Seminary, began the evening with some initial remarks focusing on his work and some overall themes. After these opening thoughts, Gibson was joined by Christina Edmonson who explored some additional themes through a time of question and answer with Gibson.  Through her questions and other, Gibson connects the life and work of Douglass to our current context.

Professor Danjuma Gibson

This event was cosponsored by the Calvin Seminary Vocational Formation Office and the the Calvin Institute for Christian Worship.

 

The entire recording of Gibson’s lecture and Q & A with Edmonson is available below:

Dr. Danjuma Gibson – Racial Injury and Trauma: Redeeming the Christian Story and the Democratic Experiment from Calvin Seminary on Vimeo.