November 10, 2022
Speaker: Benjamin Valentin
Particular places and our experiences in and with them inform and give shape to our intellectual musings, interests, projects, and compositions. This lecture highlights the affective agency of the physical, geographical places we inhabit and makes a case for why we who study and create theology should count them among the influences on our understandings of thought, knowledge, and belief.
Sponsored by the School of Theology & Ministry
Benjamin Valentin, professor of theology and Latinx studies, Boston College School of Theology and Ministry