Assessing the Legacy of Benjamin M. Palmer 
for the Twenty-First Century

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Contact person: Tim Heubner
Phone: 843-3653

As the college community considers whether to rename Palmer Hall, we can benefit by listening to the insights of Presbyterians who have been engaged with assessing the legacy of 19th- and 20th-century church leaders who supported slavery, segregation, and white supremacy.

Panel members include representatives from three major branches of Presbyterianism, each of which has dealt with its past in its own way.

Please join us as the college broadens the conversation on this important issue.

Moderator:
Rev. Dorothy Wells ’82
Rector, St. George’s Episcopal Church

Panelists:
Dr. Sean Lucas
Senior Pastor, Independent Presbyterian Church

Dr. George Robertson
Senior Pastor, Second Presbyterian Church

Rev. Beatrix Weil
Chaplain, Rhodes College

Dr. R. Milton Winter
Historian of Presbyterianism

This event is free and open to the public

Academic Affairs

Race and Religiosity: The Fight for Racial Equality Through Interfaith Traditions

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Join us for an evening of interfaith discussion exploring the intersections of race, religion, and social justice with Memphis leaders of Islam, Judaism, and Christianity.

Sponsored by Rev. Robin R. and Daniel B. Hatzenbuehler Summer Ministry Fellowship for Social Justice

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Rhodes Symposium

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Contact person: Mauricio Cafiero

The Rhodes Symposium is an engaging annual event showcasing student work through both oral and poster presentations. Usually held at the end of the academic year, presentations occur at various locations on the beautiful Rhodes campus, beginning shortly after the morning Awards Convocation and continuing throughout the day.

Academic Affairs