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Curriculum Vitae/Personal Resume

Rev. CHERYL A. KIRK-DUGGAN, Ph.D. Professor of Religion Shaw University Divinity School 118 East South Street Raleigh, NC 27601 Tel (O): [919] 716-5522 FAX (O): 919-546-8571 Tel(H): [919] 250-9272 (O) cduggan@shawu.edu (H) mkirkduggan@nc.rr.com

EDUCATION: Ph.D., Baylor University, Waco, Texas Dissertation: Theodicy and the Redacted Spirituals of the 1960s Civil Rights Movement Master of Divinity, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Austin, Texas Master of Music, University of Texas at Austin [Applied Voice] B.A., Magna cum laude, University of Southwestern Louisiana [Applied Voice and Piano]

CURRENT RESEARCH 20th Century Historical Theology Bible and Culture Dynamics of Womanist Thought Faith and Health as Life and Ministry Humor/Comedy and Faith in Religion Media types as Vehicles for Constructive and Narrative Theology Theodicy and African American Spirituals Theomusicology: intersection of theology and music Theo-poetics of Grief & Anger toward Transformation Theological Aesthetics & Ethics of Sexualities and Sexual Misconduct Violence and Religion, in Dialogue with Girardian Thought Women: Gangs, Sororities, and Social Organizations Women’s Religious History; Women’s theologies

CURRENT TEACHING COMPETENCIES: African-American Music (sacred and popular) African-American Religion and Theology American Religious Thought Biblical Literature, Culture, and History Christian Theology and Ethics Christian Theology and Modern Culture Constructive Theology Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Entrepreneurial Ministries Ethics, Society, & the Christian Tradition Faith, Health, & Spirituality Music and Music Making (from classical to hip-hop) Sexualities and Sexual Misconduct Systematic Theology Theomusicology: intersection of theology and music Violence and Justice Womanist & Feminist Thought Women’s Religious History

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Rev. CHERYL A. KIRK-DUGGAN, Ph.D. PUBLICATIONS: 1) African American Special Days: 15 Complete Worship Services. Nashville, TN: Abingdon, 1996, 112 pp., ISBN 0-687-00920-0. 2) Exorcising Evil: A Womanist Perspective on the Spirituals. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 1997, 403 pp., ISBN 1-57075-846-3 3) Welcome Speeches For Special Days. Nashville, TN: Abingdon, 2002, 64 pp., ISBN 0-687-022746 4) More African American Special Days: 15 Complete Worship Services, Nashville, TN: Abingdon, 2005, 120 pp., ISBN 0-687-34364-X 5) It’s In the Blood: A Trilogy of Poetry Harvested from a Family Tree, with Dedurie Kirk and Alice Kirk-Blackburn, Austin, TX: River Vision, 1996, 104 pp., ISBN 0-9652304-0-6. 6) Mary Had a Baby: an Advent Study Based on African American Spirituals. Leaders Guide, with CD-ROM. Nashville, TN: Abingdon, 2003, 21 pp, ISBN 0-687-07280-8. 7) Mary Had a Baby: an Advent Study Based on African American Spirituals. Student Manual. Nashville, TN: Abingdon, 2003, 32 pp., ISBN 0-687-02245-2. 8) Misbegotten Anguish: A Theology and Ethics of Violence, St. Louis, MO: Chalice, 2001, 224 pp., ISBN 0-8272-2327-7. 9) Refiner’s Fire: A Religious Engagement of Violence. Minneapolis, MN: Augsburg/ Fortress, 2000, 206 pp., ISBN 0-8006-3253-2. 10) Soul Pearls: Soul Pearls: Worship Resources for African American Congregations, Nashville, TN: Abingdon, 2003, 184 PP., ISBN 0-687-05157-6. 11) Pregnant Passion: Gender, Sex, & Violence in the Bible, Semeia Studies, Atlanta, GA, Society of Biblical Literature, 2003, 250 pp., ISBN 1-58983-074-1.. 12) Undivided Soul: Helping Congregations Connect Body & Spirit. Nashville, TN: Abingdon, 2001, 208 pp., ISBN 0-687-07436-3. 13) Wising Up: Bible Study for Women on Proverbs. Abingdon, 2005. With DVD & VHS 14) The Sky is Crying: Race, Class, and Natural Disaster. Abingdon, 2006. 15) Violence and Theology. Horizon Theology Series. Abingdon, 2006. 16) Mother Goose, Mother Jones, Mommy Dearest: Mother/Daughter, Mother/Son Relationships in the Bible, Semeia Studies, co-editor with Tina Pippin, 2009. 17) In Negotiation and development: Gifted Grace: A Theology of Relationality. Baylor. 18) In Negotiation: Jezebel & the Magdalene Revisited. The Theological Grace of Human Sexualities, and Sexual Misconduct. Pilgrim. 19) In Negotiation. Baptized Rage, Transformed Grief: I Got Through, So Can You (Poetry) 20) Co-author. Wake Up!: Hip Hop,Christianity, and the Black Church. Abingdon, 2011. 21) Co-editor, The Africana Bible: A Commentary. Fortress, 2009. 22) Women and Religion in the World: Christianity, co-editor, Greenwood/Praeger, 2009. 23) Atonement Muddle: An Historical Analysis and Clarification of a Salvation Theory, by Inna Jane Ray, Editor & Publisher: Cheryl A. Kirk-Duggan. Journal of Women and Religion, Vol. 15. Berkeley, CA: Center for Women and Religion, 1997, 136 pp., ISSN 0888-5621. 24) Soul to Soul: Women, Religion, & the 21st Century. Editor & Publisher: Cheryl A. KirkDuggan and Ashley Seaman. Journal of Women and Religion, Vol. 16. Berkeley, CA: Center for Women and Religion, 1998, 188 pp., ISSN 0888-5621. 25) Expanding Classroom Walls. Editor & Publisher: Cheryl A. Kirk-Duggan. Journal of Women and Religion, Vol. 17. Berkeley, CA: Center for Women and Religion, 1999, 98 pp., ISBN 0888-5621. 26) Women, Spirituality, & Health. Editor: Cheryl A. Kirk-Duggan, Journal of Women and Religion, Vol. 18. Berkeley, CA: Center for Women and Religion, 2001, 125 pp., ISSN 0888-5621. 27) Ecofeminism and Beyond: Toward the Greening of Religious and Theological Studies; Vols. 19. Editors: Cheryl A Kirk-Duggan and Whitney Bauman, 2003, 116 pp., 28) Women and Science, Technology, and Religion. Journal of Women and Religion, Vols. 20. Editors: Cheryl A Kirk-Duggan and Whitney Bauman, 2003, pp 108-222. Page 2 of 15


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Rev. CHERYL A. KIRK-DUGGAN, Ph.D. Book Chapters 1) “Afro-American Spirituals: Exorcising Evil Through Song," in Troubling in My Soul: Womanist Perspectives on Evil and Suffering, Emilie Townes, ed., Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 1993. 2) “African American Spirituals.” In Modern Christianity to 1900: A People's History of Christianity, ed. Amanda Porterfield, 2007. 3) “African-American and Native American Religious Folk: Down but not Out.” In Religion & Public Life in the Southern Crossroads: Showdown States. Ed by William Linsey and Mark Silk. Religion by Region Series. Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira Press, 2005. 4) “Creative Spirituality Signified: A Reading of Selected African-American Spirituals Toward a Protest Hermeneutic of Survival and Hope,” African-American Spirituality, In Press, Dwight Hopkins, ed. 5) “Elegant Elitism: Professional Abuse in Higher Education as a Human Rights Issue. In Levi’s Children: Coming to Terms with Human Rights in the Global Marketplace, Ed. Charles McCoy, Center for Ethics and Social Policy, 2002. 6) "Gender, Violence, and Transformation" in Curing Violence: The Thought of Rene Girard, Sonoma, CA: Polebridge Press, 1994. 7) “Grieving.” in Way to Live: Christian Practices for Teens. Upper Room Books, 2002. 8) “Hot Buttered Soulful Tunes and Cold Icy Passionate Truths: The Hermeneutics of Biblical Interpolation in R&B (Rhythm and Blues)” in African Americans and the Bible: Sacred Texts and Social Textures, Vincent Wimbush, ed. New York: Continuum, 2000. 9) “Hip Hop in Brown and Black Life,”: Response to “Hard Hitting Modern Perspective on hip hop Graffiti, by Kevin Elliot; ” In Creating Ourselves: African Americans and Latino/as, Popular Culture, and Religious Expression, eds. Anthony Pinn and Ben Valentine, 2009. 10) “Justified, Sanctified & Redeemed --Blessed Expectation in Black Women’s Gospels and Blues,” Chapter in Womanist Perspectives on Hope, Salvation, and Transformation, Emilie Townes, Ed. 1997. 11) “Noble Nubian Priestess, Sister Friends and Church Mothers, Preachers and Teachers in the House: Black Church Studies and Women, In Black Church Studies: An Interdisciplinary Introduction; ed. Alton Pollard, III. In press. 12) “Proud Mary: Contextual Constructions of a Divine Diva.” In Blessed One: Protestant Perceptions of Mary, Eds. Beverly Gaventa and Cynthia Rigby. Westminster John Knox Press, 2002. 13) “Quilting Relation with Creation: Overcoming, Going Through, and Not Being Stuck.” In Deeper Shades of Purple: Charting Twenty Years of Womanist Approaches in Religion and Society. Ed. Stacey Floyd-Thomas, NYU Press (Race and Ethnicity Series), 2005. 14) “Rethinking the ‘Virtuous’ Woman (Proverbs 31): A Mother in Need of Holiday” in, Mother Goose, Mother Jones, Mommy Dearest: Mother/Daughter, Mother/Son Relationships in the Bible, Semeia Studies, co-editor with Tina Pippin, 2009. 15) “Salome’s Veiled Dance and David’s Full Monty: A Womanist Reading on the Black Erotic in Blues, Rap, R&B, and Gospel Blues.” In Loving the Body: Black Religious Studies and the Erotic, Eds. Anthony Pinn and Dwight Hopkins. Palgrave, 2004. 16) “The Theopoetic Theological Ethics of Lauren Hill and Tupac Shakur.” In Creating Ourselves: African Americans and Latino/as, Popular Culture, and Religious Expression, eds. Anthony Pinn and Ben Valentine, 2009.

Other: Poem: “A Moment in Time: A Poem,” in Perspectives on Womanist Theology, Jacquelyn Grant, Ed., Black church Scholars Series, Volume VII, (Atlanta, GA: ITC Press, 1995), 259 pp. Also in The Journal of The Interdenominational Center, 22 (Spring 1995). Poem: “Delving Deeper Shades of Purple, On the Occasion of the 20th Celebration for Womanist Thought,” for Volume on Womanist Thought, with Stacey Floyd-Thomas, editor. NYU Press (Race and Ethnicity Series), 2005. Page 3 of 15


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Prayer: “Prophetic Witness: A Prayer of Remembrance and Hope.” In Prayers for the New Social Awakening: Inspired by the New Social Creed, eds. Christian Iosso and Elizabeth Hinson-Hasty. Westminster/John Knox Press, 2008. ARTICLES 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8)

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“Abuse”; “Emancipation.” In Dictionary of Scripture and Ethics. Baker Publishing. In Press, 2011. “African American Hymnody.” In Women and Religion Encylcopedia. Eds. Rosemary Radford Ruether and Rosemary Skinner Keller, 2006. “African Diasporan Religions.” In Encyclopedia of Sustainability: The Spirit of Sustainability, Berkshire, 2010. “African American Spirituals.” In People’s History of Christianity Vol. 6, 1650 to 1900, ed. Amanda Porterfield. Minneapolis, MN: Augsburg Fortress Publishers, 2007. “Amos” and “Joel” in Kimba Vita: African and African Diasporan Women’s Commentary, ed. Musa Dube, in Press "Anthropology, Womanist View"; "Healing, African American View; "Justice, Womanist View"; "Liberation Theologies, Womanist"; "Wells, Ida B." In The Cambridge Dictionary of Christianity, ed. Daniel Patte. NY: Cambridge University Press, 2010. “Anti-Addiction Day” and “Stewardship.” In The African American Lectionary. In Press, Hope for Life International. “Black Mother Women and Daughters: Signifying Female-Divine Relationships in the Hebrew Bible and African-American Mother-daughter Short Stories.” 1995 AAR/SBL, SBL Section: Theology of Hebrew Scriptures. In Ruth and Esther: A Feminist Companion to the Bible (Second Series), 192-210, ed. Athalya Brenner (Sheffield, England: Sheffield Academic Press, 1999). “Characterizations, Comedy, and Catastrophe: Divine/Human Relations, Emotions, and Rules of Law,” in Genesis: Texts@Contexts, 221-246, eds. Athalya Brenner, and Archie Chi-Chung Lee. Fortress, 2010. “Civil War, Civil Rights, World Trade Center.” In Strike Terror No More: Theology, Ethics, and the New War, 30-46, ed. Jon L. Berquist (St. Louis: Chalice Press, 2002). “Conflict,” in The Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Vol. 1, A-C. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 2006. ““Contributing Editor: Preaching with Sacred Fire: An Anthology of African American Sermons, 1750 to the Present, ed. Martha Simmons and Frank A. Thomas. New York: W.W.Norton, 2010.

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ARTICLES (CON’T) 13) “Demonized Children and Traumatized, Battered Wives: Daughter Zion as Biblical Metaphor of Domestic and Sexual Violence.” In Daughter Zion: Her Portrait, Her Response, 243-68, eds. Mark J. Boda, Carol J. Dempsey, and LeAnn Snow Flesher. Atlanta, GA: Society of Biblical Literature, 2012. 14) Divine Puppeteer: Yahweh of Exodus.” In Exodus to Deuteronomy: A Feminist Companion to the Bible (Second Series), 75-102, ed. Athalya Brenner. Sheffield, England: Sheffield Academic Press, 2000. 15) “Ebonics as Ethically Sound Discourse,” Journal of the Society for Christian Ethics, 1998. 16) “Elegant Elitism: Professional Abuse in Higher Education as Human Rights Issue.” In Promises to Keep: Prophets for Human Rights, 100-135, ed. Charles S. McCoy. Berkeley, CA: Center for Ethics and Social Policy, 2002. 17) “Globalization: Theology and Narrative,” In Oxford Handbook of Feminist Theology, ed. Mary McClintok Fulkerson and Shelia Briggs, New York: Oxford, 2012. 18) Habbakuk,” in Biblia Africana, A Hebrew Bible African Diasporan commentary. 2009. 19) “Heaven;” “Hell;” and “Violence.” articles in Eerdmann’s “Dictionary of the Bible”: Eerdmann’s, 2000. 20) “How Liberating is the Exodus and for Whom?: Deconstructing Exodus motifs in Scripture, Literature, and Life,” in Exodus-Deuteronomy: Texts@Contexts series Eds., Athalya Brenner and Gale Yee. Minneapolis, MN: Fortress Press, 2012. 21) “In the Time God Used to Make a World,” The Other Side 31 (July/August 1995), 52-54. 22) “Job” (Introductory Essay). People’s Bible. New Revised Standard Version with Apocryha. Eds. Curtiss Paul DeYoung, et. al. Fortress Press, 2009. 23) Joy Unspeakable: Contemplative Practices of the Black Church, by Barbara Holmes, Augsburg Fortress Publishers, 2004. Book Review Society for the Study of Black Religion (SSBR), March 2005. 24) Katie’s Canon: Womanism and the Soul of the Black Community, by Katie G. Cannon. Continuum, 1995.” Book Review, Journal of the American Academy of Religion 66 (1998). 25) “The Language of Invitation: Honoring Life as Sacrament.” Cross Currents 57 (2007). 26) “Let My People Go!: Threads of Exodus in African-American Narratives.” In Semeia: Yet With A Steady Beat, ed. Randy C. Bailey (2003, Atlanta: SBL). 27) “Laughing and Dancing with God.” In This Is My Story: Testimonies And Sermons Of Black Women In Ministry. Ed. Cleophus J. Larue. Louisville, Kentucky: Westminster/John Knox Press, 2005. 28) Making a Way Out of No Way, by Monica Coleman. Fortress Press, 2008. Book Reivew, Interpretation: A Journal of Bible and Theology. July 2010, Vol 64/3, 323 29) “Mimetic Sister Societies: Sorors & Gangs,” Paper presented at June 1995 Colloquium on Violence & Religion [COV&R], Session on Violence, Mimesis, and the Subject of Responsibility. Also in Journal for Gang Research, 1998. 30) “Music: African American”; “African American Gospel Music”; “African American Spirituals”. In Encyclopedia of Religion in America, CQ Press, In Press. 31) “Poetics of Power Pedagogy: Radical, Revolutionary, Relevant Relationships.” Volume on Pedagogical Alternatives, Racial Ethnic Faculty Association, GTU, in Press. 32) Praying Grounds and Contested Terrain: African Americans, Religion, and the Academy: The Matrix of African American Sacred Music in the 21st Century” In Traditions and Beliefs. Cleveland State, 2010. 33) “Precious Memories: Rule of Law in Deuteronomy as Catalyst of Domestic Violence,” in Exodus-Deuteronomy. Texts@Contexts Series, in Press, Fortress. 34) “Proud Mary: Contextual Constructions of a Divine Diva.” In Blessed One: Protestant Perceptions of Mary, Eds. Cynthia Rigby and Beverly Gaventa. Westminster/John Knox, 2002. 35) “Psalms 30, 42-43, 77,” for Lectionary, Feasting on the Word, Vol 7. John Knox/ Westminster, in Press. Page 5 of 15


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36) “Reception of the Bible in African-American Literature, “ for the DeGruyter Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception, In Press. 37) “Precious Memories: Rule of Law in Deuteronomy as Catalyst for Domestic Violence.” In Exodus and Deuteronomy; Texts@Contexts Series, eds. Athalya Brenner, Gale Yee. Fortress Press, 2012. 38) “What’s Uncivil about Civil War?: A Womanist Perspective on Pedagogical Issues in Ancient Biblical Battle Texts.” In SBL Forum, E-Journal, 8/15/2005 - 9/3/2005. 39) “What Difference Does Difference Make: A Personal Essay,” 1995 AAR/SBL SBL Section, Feminist Theological Hermeneutics of the Bible Group, Chicago, November, 1994. In Escaping Eden: New Feminist Perspectives on the Bible, 266-278, eds. Harold C. Washington, Susan Lochrie Graham, and Pamela Thimmes (Sheffield, England: Sheffield Academic Press, 1998). 40) “Womanist Spirituality.” In Dictionary of Christian Spirituality. Ed. Philip Sheldrake. SCM/ WJK, 2005.

PRESENTATIONS & PUBLIC FORUMS: 1) “A Kaleidoscope of Pain and Punishment: A Womanist Ethical Reading of Exodus (Especially 1-15).“ Exodusand Black Ethical Traditions and Moral Discourse Brite Divinity School, Fort Worth, Texas, April 10-11, 2006. 2) “A Litany of Indefatigable Hope: God’s Politics: Jim Wallis’ Manifesto, AAR Theology and Religious Reflection Section, 2006 Annual AAR/SBL Meeting, Washington, DC, November, 2006 3) “Academic Professions: As a Death Dealing Enterprise.” Paper presented, for the AAR, AAR Womanist Approaches to Religion and Society Group, Philadelphia, November 2005, 4) “African-American Sacred Music Styles: Hermeneutics and Performance.” Paper presented, Fuller Theological Seminary, February, 1995. 5) “As Sick as Their Secrets: the violence and Tragedy of Priestly/Pastoral/Preacherly Sexual Abuse” SBL Ideological Criticism Section. 2006 National AAR/SBL Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, November, 2006. 6) “Ballads not Bullets: A Womanist Analysis Of the Place of Women and the Power of Song In the Civil Rights Ministry of Martin Luther King, Jr.,” paper presented for the AAR Religion, Peace and War Group, New Orleans, 1996. 7) “Bible-Centered Black Churches: A Womanist Response. Respondent for the AAR Black Theology Group, Orlando, 1998. 8) “Black Emphasis Month.” Presentation for Orange Grove Baptist Church, February, 1995. 9) “Conquest and Liberation Personified: Rahab and Lady Gaga Meet the Press,” paper presented for the SBL Contextual Biblical Interpretation Group, San Francisco, 2011. 10) “Creation Celebration: A Womanist Response.” Panel response presented, AAR/SBL, AAR Religion and Ecology Group, November 1995. 11) “Different Strokes For Different Folks: The Living Texts of Sorors and Sister Gang Members Via Morrison’s The Bluest Eye.” Paper presented, AAR/SBL, AAR Meeting: AAR Womanist Approaches to Religion and Society Group,November 1995. 12) “Dry, Damaged, or Disjointed Bones: The African-American Academy meets the AfricanAmerican Church” for the SBL African American Biblical Hermeneutics Section, AAR/SBL, Boston, 1999. 13) “Having Our Say: Women, Religion, Dialogue and Conflict.” Keynote presentation, Women and Religion Conference, Tenri Yamato Cultural Congress & Center for Women and Religion, GTU, Berkeley; Tenri, Nara, Japan, July 1998. 14) “How Liberating is the Exodus and for Whom?: Deconstructing Exodus motifs in Scripture, Literature, and Life” for SBL Contextual Hermeneutics Group. SBL, New Orleans, 2009.

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Rev. CHERYL A. KIRK-DUGGAN, Ph.D. PRESENTATIONS & PUBLIC FORUMS (CON’T): 15) “I’m Gonna Sing When the Spirit Says Sing: Biblical Texts and Allusions in AfricanAmerican Spirituals, Blues, and Zydeco,” paper presented for the SBL African-American Theology and Biblical Hermeneutics Group, New Orleans, 1996. 16) “Jezebel Unveiled: The Theological Grace of Human Sexualities; the Grotesque of Sexual Misconduct.” Society for Christian Ethics, Annual Meeting; Miami, FL, January, 2005. 17) “Jump-Start with Spirituality.” Presentation to Wake County Junior High and High School Students, Special Programs, Math & Science Enrichment Group, NC State Univ. Campus, March, 1995. 18) “Kaleidoscopic Pedagogy: Dealing with Diversity Upfront, Up Close, Personal and Center, Society of Biblical Literature, for SBL Student Advisory Board. Theme: Exploring Issues in Pedagogy: Diversity in the Classroom, Atlanta, 2010 19) “Language as Artistic, Theological, Political Expression,” paper presented at Ebonics-A Forum, California State University, Hayward; Ebonics in the Classroom, San Francisco State; Ebonics, A Socio-Political Issue, American Civil Liberties Union, University of California at Berkeley: March, 1997. 20) “Let My People Go!: Threads of Exodus in African-American Narratives.” Paper presented for the SBL African-American Theology and Biblical Hermeneutics Group, San Francisco, 1997. 21) “Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire”: Making a Case for Lying, Or Not,” Union Theological Seminary, New York, NY, February, 2006. 22) “Life Reading Scripture and Scripture Reading Life: Towards an African American Biblical Hermeneutic,” for the African American Biblical Hermeneutics Section, Annual AAR/SBL Meeting, San Diego, November 17-20, 2007. 23) “Machiavellian Morbidity or the Epidemiological Personified Violence of Tupac Amaru Shakur (1971-1996): Teens, Violence, and Death,” Paper presented for the AAR Womanist Approaches to Religion and Society Group, Denver, November, 2002. 24) “One Nation. . . Indivisible, With Justice: Empire, Sex, and Power,” Paper presented, for the SBL African American Biblical Hermeneutics Section, Philadelphia, November 2005. 25) “Pictures at An Exhibition: Embodied Response,” Paper presented in response for the SBL Semiotics and Exegesis Section/Women in the Biblical World Section, Boston, 1999. 26) “Praying Grounds and Contested Terrain: African Americans, Religion, and the Academy: The Matrix of African American Sacred Music in the 21st Century.” Black Aspirations Week Celebration. Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH, April 20, 2009. 27) “Privilege, Politics, and/or Praxis: Challenge and Opportunities in Commentary Writing,” for Feminist Hermeneutics of the Bible Group, Society of Biblical Literature, Atlanta, 2010 28) “Protest Signifying: Aesthetics in the Rhetorical-Musical Analysis of Selected Redacted African-American Spirituals,” American Society for Aesthetics, Charleston, SC, October 1994. 29) “Quiet As It’s Kept”: Language that Extols and Expels Violence.” Paper presented, Southeast Regional AAR/SBL, AAR: Women and Religion, March 1996. 30) “Signifying Academic Blues: A Prima Ballerina with a Tattered Tutu,” Panelist, AAR Special Topics Forum Plenary; Status of Racial and Ethnic Minorities in the Profession Committee, Toronto, November, 2002. 31) “Spirituality Signified: Black Women Speak and Sing.” Paper presented, Peace College, Women’s History Month Opening, Raleigh, NC, February, 1995. 32) “Sticks and Stones, Words and Tomes” Earl Lecture Workshop Facilitator, Pacific School of Religion, January, 1998. 33) “The Powers: Forgiving, Reconciling, Truth-Telling?: A Response.” Reflections presented to The Churches and Reconciliation In the Aftermath of Violence and Oppression, A Seminar with Walter Wink; The Life & Peace Institute and Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, September, 1999. Page 7 of 15


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34) “The Wellsprings of Water”: the Sermon, Center for Women and Religion International Women’s Day Liturgy, Chapel, Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, CA, March 4, 1997 35) “Too Bent Over to Be Saved,” (Luke 10:10-13); “Sabotaged from Inside the House,” (Ruth 4:0-17); Homileticist: Women’s Services, Allen Temple Baptist Church, Oakland, CA, April 30, 3006 36) “Transgressing and Exacting Rage: Confronting Violence on All Fronts,” Paper presented as panelist for the AAR Womanist Approaches to Society Group, AAR/SBL, Boston, November, 1999. 37) “Transitions,” Poem, presented at Mills College Baccalaureate, Oakland, CA, May, 1997. 38) “Truth or Consequences: Violence as American as Mom, the Flag, and Apple Pie.” Black Studies Speaker Series, Denison University, Granville, OH, February 21, 2006. 39) “What’s Uncivil about Civil War?: A Womanist Perspective on Pedagogical Issues in Ancient Battle Texts.” SBL Warfare in Ancient Israel Consultation. AAR/SBL Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, November, 2004. 40) “What’s Violence Got to Do With It?: Inflamers, and the Lizzie Borden’s of Ancient Israel: Women Who Slay and/or Cause Wrongful Deaths,” paper presented for the Colloquium on Violence & Religion [COV&R] Symposium, New Orleans, November, 1996. 41) “Women and Religion: The Stained Glass Ceiling.” The Forum at Grace Cathedral, San Francisco, October 4, 1998. 42) “Women, Divinely Coordinated Murder Justified, and Problematic Leadership: Questions for Joshua and Judges in Conversation with Exodus.” Theme: The Global Bible: Why People and Place Matter. Tipple-Vosburgh Lectures, Drew University Theological School, October, 2011. 43) 12th Oxford Institute for Methodist Theological Studies, Biblical Studies group; also accompanied morning prayers, Christ Church, Oxford University, August 12-21, 2007, Oxford England. 44) 21st Century Pedagogy, FTE (Fund for Theological Education), Doctoral scholars, Duke University, Durham, June 1-3. 45) A Womanist/Feminist Voice: Charting Directions for Future Study in Joshua-Judges,” paper presented for the SBL, Joshua-Judges Group, San Francisco, 2011. 46) African-American Biblical Hermeneutics Section, Respondent: Methodology in the Study of Afrodiasporan Biblical Hermeneutics—Part 2, Society for Biblical Literature, San Antonio, TX, November 2004. 47) Annual Divinity School Faculty Ethics Lecture, In conjunction with the University Bessie Boyd Holman Lecture Series, Shaw University Divinity School, October, 2004. 48) Biblia Africana (African and African Diasporan Biblical Commentary) Conference Participant and Co-Editor, Notre Dame, February 24-26, 2007 49) Black History Lecture Series, California State University at Long Beach, “Purple Pronouncements: A Womanist Politics of Identity,” March 21, 2002.

PRESENTATIONS & PUBLIC FORUMS (CON’T): 50) Conference Keynote, Resilience: The Key to Facing Life's Challenges", Junior League Sustainer Group, Stanford Faculty Club, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, March 13, 2002. 51) Divine Fire and Combustive Spirituality: the “Fiery Glad” Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth,” Paper presented on panel for the AAR North American Religions Section and Afro-American Religious History Group, Nashville, 2000. 52) Globalization and Feminist Theology Conference, Duke University Divinity School, October 22-24, 2004 53) Guest, President William Jefferson Clinton’s Eighth Historic Presidential Breakfast, The White House, September 14, 2000. 54) Homileticist: Weaving New Cloth: Confronting the Chorus of Bent Over Women.” Closing Sermon on the Occasion of the Conference Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Women’s Ordination in the Presbyterian Church USA; Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, March 23, 2006. Page 8 of 15


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55) James Ross McCain Faith and Learning Lecturer, Agnes Scott College, Decatur, GA., “Transforming the Nasty Lie: From Sexism to Incarnated Graced Sexualities,” Feb. 2003. 56) Keynote Speaker, Rites of Passage, Tenth Anniversary Celebration, Women’s Studies in Religion; Claremont Graduate University, April 20, 2001. 57) Keynote, Caring Hands/Pastoral Care Educational Annual Forum; Pastoral Care Services, John Muir Medical Center, Walnut Creek, CA, November, 2003. 58) Lecturer and Seminar Leader, “God Talk With Black Thinkers,” Drew University, Feb. 21-23, 2002, “Machiavellian Morbidity or the Epidemiological Personified Violence of Tupac Amaru Shakur (1971-1996): Teens, Violence, Death, and Lament”; “Erotic Elegance: The Grace of Sexuality, the Grotesque of Sexual Misconduct.” 59) Martin Luther King Day Preacher, Stanford University Memorial Church, Stanford, CA, Jan., 2003. 60) Martin Luther King, Jr., Day Preacher, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Austin, TX, February 5, 2002. 61) Martin Luther King, Jr., Moravian College, Bethlehem, PA, “From the Corrosive Cancer of Hate to the Compeeling Call to Compassion,” January 29, 2008 62) Mimesis Unbound: Liturgical Aesthetic Drama of Reconciliation, in Seven Movements, for voice piano, viola, flute, and four speakers); lyricist and vocal soloist; Up from Violence: Choreopoem for Three voices, author and performer; Two plenary Presentations: Colloquium on Violence and Religion, 2006 International Conference: “Mimesis, Creativity, and Reconciliation,” St. Paul University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, May 31 to June 4, 2006 63) Ode to an Erudite, Quietly Mischievous Sage: Tribute to Mary Ann Tolbert, SBL In Honor of Mary Ann Tolbert’s Feistshrift, SBL, San Francisco, November, 2011. 64) Panel Respondent: Sex, Scandal, and Sexuality and the Crisis of Religious Leadership, Ethics Section, San Francisco, November, 2011. 65) Panelist, GTU Faculty-Student Colloquium: “Learning to Transgress: Asian-Asian North American/Feminist/Latina/Womanist Theories and Pedagogies that Subvert,” Berkeley, CA, November, 2000. 66) Participant, Consultation on Women’s Networks in Multireligious America – The Aftermath of September 11th, The Pluralism Project, Harvard University, New York, November 2, 2001 67) Participant, Consultation on Women’s Networks in Multireligious America, The Pluralism Project, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, April 28-29, 2001.

PRESENTATIONS & PUBLIC FORUMS (CON’T): 68) Precious Memories: Rule of Law in Deuteronomy as Catalyst of Domestic Violence,” for the SBL Contextual Hermeneutics Group, Atlanta, 2010. 69) Presenter for the AAR/SBL/FTE Recruitment Conference, Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, CA, September, 2000. 70) Presenter, “Theology and Whiteness: How Can Traditional White Theologians Begin to Talk about Race?” AAR, Theology and Religious Reflection Section, Toronto, Canada, November, 2002. 71) Presenter, Town Hall Meeting, Annual Meeting for the National Association of County and City Health Workers, Raleigh, NC, June 28-30, 2001. 72) Presenter, Utah Valley State College Sixth Annual Religious Studies Conference; Religion and Violence: Advocacy and Resistance: “In Jail Outside: Violence and Religion in the African American Communal Experience of Overcoming.” October 18-19, 2001 73) Presenter, Women, Religion, and the African Diaspora; A Symposium Convened by the African and African American Studies Program; University of Notre Dame: “Refiner’s Fire: Doing Interdisciplinary, Analytical, and Critical Research from a Womanist Perspective While Dancing with God.” September 28-29, 2001. 74) Presenter: “Language and Difference: Tools of Violence, Religion and Transformation 2002 National Workshop on Christian Unity, Cleveland, OH, May 20-23, 2002. Page 9 of 15


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75) Professor in Residence: Inaugural HT 330 Herstory Intensive Course: Womanist and Feminist Issues in the Church, Payne Theological Seminary, Wilberforce, OH, March 3-8, 2006. 76) Reading the Bible with Mary Ann Tolbert,” poetic response presented for SBL Biblical Criticism and Literary Criticism Section, Feminist Hermeneutics of the Bible Section, Gender, Sexuality and the Bible Group, Ideological Criticism Section, Reading, Theory and the Bible Section, Rhetoric and the New Testament Section, and Synoptic Gospels Section, San Francisco, 2011. 77) Reflections from A Troubling in My Soul: “Afro-American Spirituals--A Sacred Canon for Today,” Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Black Religion, Atlanta, GA, March 1994. 78) Religion By Region–“African-American and Native American Religious Folk: Down but Not Out.” AAR Special Topics Forum, AAR/SBL Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, November 2004. 79) Respondent for, “Women’s Identities and Subjectivities: a Conversation among Liberationist and Postmodernist Approaches,” paper presented at the AAR Women and Religion Section, New Orleans, 1996. 80) Respondent to Paper on Music, Spirituals, Black History, Society for the Study of AfroAmerican Life and History, Charleston, SC, October, 1996. 81) Respondent, Anthony Pinn’s Children of Nimrod, AAR Theology and Religious Reflection Section, AAR/SBL Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, November, 2004. 82) Respondent, Center for Theology and Natural Sciences: Science and Religion, Teaching in a Global Context: “Theodicy, Evolution, and Genocide,” San Jose, CA, Jan. 4-9, 2002. 83) Respondent, SBL, African American Biblical Hermeneutics Section, “The African American Bible Commentary Project: An Overview and Status Report, Toronto, November, 2002. 84) Respondent, SBL, Respondent to Full Panel of Papers, “Methodology in the Study of Afrodiasporan Biblical Hermeneutics, Part 2; SBL African-American biblical Hermeneutics Section, AAR/SBL Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, November, 2004

PRESENTATIONS & PUBLIC FORUMS: 85) Special Topics Forum, Presenter: “Religion By Region; Religion and Public Life in the Southwest/Southern Crossroads Region. African American and Native American Religious Folk: Down But Not Outs; American Academy of Religion, San Antonio, Texas, November 2005. 86) Special Topics Forum: Getting Published! Sponsored by the Status of Racial and Ethnic Minorities in the Profession Committee, San Francisco, 2011. 87) Special Topics Forum: Mentoring. Presented for the Status of Women in the Profession Committee; Status of Racial and Ethnic Minorities in the Profession Committee, and the Status of LGBTIQ Persons in the Profession Committee, San Francisco, 2011. 88) Theologian in Residence, The Mead-Swing lectureship series: "Black Women, Black Religion and Issues of Power", Oberlin College: Exorcising Evil: A Womanist Perspective on the Spirituals and Black Liberation Theology," December 2-3, 2001. 89) Theology and Religious Reflection Section, Respondent, Anthony Pinn's Children of Nimrod, American Academy of Religion, San Antonio, Texas, November 2004 90) Turning Swords into Plowshares: Weeping of Night to Joy of Morning. Race and Reconciliation: from a Womanist Theological and Ethical Perspective, ”“Theologies of Forgiveness, Politics of Reconciliation Conference, Center for Jewish Studies, University of California at Berkeley, January, 1998. 91) Two Plenary Presentations: Mimesis Unbound: Liturgical, Aesthetic Drama of Reconciliation (in Seven Movements), (for voice, piano, viola, flute, and four speakers): lyricist and vocal soloist; Up from Violence: Choreopoem for Three Voices, author and performer; Colloquium on Violence and Religion, 2006 Conference: Mimesis, Creativity, and Reconciliation,” St. Paul University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, May 31 to June 4, 2006. Page 10 of 15


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92) Weaving New Cloth: Confronting the Chorus of Bent Over Women.”: Homileticist. Closing Sermon on the Occasion of the conference Commemorating the 50th anniversary of women’s Ordination in the Presbyterian Church USA; Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Austin, TX, March 23, 2006. 93) Workshop Leader and Townhall Speaker, American Journal for Health Promotions “Art and Science of Health Promotions Conference: Best Practices: Working with Faith Communities to Provide Health Promotions Lake Tahoe, Feb. 26-28. 94) Workshop Leader, Pacific School of Religion: The Annual Earl Lectures, “Othello: Contemporary Critiques of Rage in Black and White,” Berkeley, CA, January 30, 2002. 95) Workshop leader: Teardrops, Thunderstorms, and Tinkerbell: Helping Youth Cope with Loss, Grief, and Death, Princeton Forums on Youth Ministry, April 29-May 2, 2002. 96) Workshop Leader; Homileticist, Metro-Urban Institute, Urban Intensive Weekend; Pittsburgh Theological Seminary on "The Church, the Family, and the City: Creating a Culture of Healing in Stressful Times": Workshop, “Hip Hop Through the Tulips: Teens, Miseducation, Sex and Death”; Sermon: “In Jail, Outside: From Exorcism to Healing,” April 4-6, 2002. 97) Writing Workshop, Facilitator, Tolton Scholars, Catholic Theological Seminary, April 27-28, Chicago, IL, 2009. 98) Writing Workshop,Facilitator, for Women In Ministry Support Group, Inc. (WIMS) June 16, Raleigh, NC., 2008.

COLLOQUIUMS, RESEARCH INITATIVES, CONSULTATIONS: 1) Center for Theological Inquiry, Consultation and interdisciplinary research on “The Common Good and Christian Theology” [2001-2003] 2) Coolidge Fellow, Association For Religion & Intellectual Life [ARIL] Research Colloquium; Yale University, Summer, 1996.

COLLOQUIUMS, RESEARCH INITATIVES, CONSULTATIONS (CON’T): 3) Core Faculty, Transformational Leadership Program, Council for Health and Human Service Ministries, United Church of Christ, West Bend, WI, 1998-. 4) Creative Leadership Intensive, The Actor’s Institute, New York, July, 2002. 5) Faculty, Ecumenical Leadership Institute, Ecumenical Associations Working Group via Distance-Learning Technologies, December, 2000. 6) Invited Scholarship Participant to Canadian Institute for Conflict Resolution Management; Ottawa, August, 1994 Seminar. [One of two scholarship participants.] 7) “Healing the Middle Passage: Transforming Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault in Africa & African Diaspora, Project Director, Shaw University Divinity School [2005- ] 8) Lilly Project, Religion by Region, Consultation and writing project, “Religion in the South,” on contemporary dynamics of faith communities for journalists [2002-2003] 9) Lilly Scholar: “Teaching Religion in the American South.” Sponsored by NEH/AAR/Lilly Fdn., June, 1995, October, 1996, February, 1996, June, 1996. [1 of 15 Invited Participants.] 10) Lilly Teaching Conference, American Academy of Religion, “AAR/Lilly Consultation on the JAAR Special Issue,” Santa Fe, NM, April 18-20, 1997. 11) Mordecai Wyatt Johnson Lecturer, 22nd Annual Institute of Religion, Black Church Studies, “Renewing Our Covenant With God,” Colgate Rochester Divinity School, Rochester, NY, Mar. 3-5, 1999. 12) Participant, GTU “Critical World Views” Consultation, [1999-2000] 13) Staley Lecturer: “Exorcizing Evil through song: Womanist Perspective on the Spirituals”; Convocation: “Crushing Blows on the Homefront: Domestic/Family Violence”; Women’s Mennonite Conference Lecturer: “From Cheating and Defaming to Honoring Eve: A Healthy Dance of Theology, Gender, and Hope”; “Challenging Friendships: Dancing Rhythmic Wholeness towards Healthy, Relational Spirituality.” Goshen College, Goshen, IN, October 21-23, 1999.

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14) Theologian in Residence, Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry, “At Risk Youth, At-Risk Church: What Jesus Christ and American Teenagers Are Saying to the Mainline Church;” Conducted the following seminars: “Violence by Women: Self Actualization and Other Phenomena; “Secrets and Scenarios: Talking with Teens,” April 27-30 1997. 15) Theologian-Teacher in Residence, “Unity is the Key to Our Destiny,” Bethel A.M.E. Church, Baltimore, MD, August 24-28, 1998. 16) Valparaiso Project on the Education and Formation of People in Faith Writing Team, Lamenting and Mourning, for youth, 2000-2003.

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND HONORS: Academy of Women Honoree, YWCA, Education, Raleigh, NC 2011 American Academy of Religion American Theological Society American Society for Aesthetics American Theological Association, Faculty Advisory Committee, [2000-2002] American Theological Soceity, Elected member 2007 Bay Area Faith and Health Consortium Baylor University: Teaching and Graduate Assistantships [1987-90] Black Religious Scholars Group Honoree, San Francisco, 2011, Coach Accompanist Assistantships [1973-75] Colloquium of Violence & Religion Danforth Fellow Honorable Mention [1977]

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND HONORS (CON’T): Excellence in Academic Research Award, Shaw University, 2009 Excellence in Academic Research Award, Shaw University, 2009 Fund for Theological Education Dissertation Year Scholar [1991-92] Fund for Theological Education Scholar [1987-89] Golden Key [1990] Racial Ethnic Faculty Association, GTU [1998-2003] Omocron Delta Kappa Shaw University, Excellence in Research Award {2009] Shaw University Excellence in Research Award [2011] Sigma Alpha Iota Society for Christian Ethics, Board of Advisors Member Society for the Study of Black Religion, Member-At-Large, Advisory Board Society of Biblical Literature University of Texas at Austin: University Fellowship [1975-77] W.T. & Ethel Louis Burton Scholarship [1969-73] White Fire: A Portrait of Women Spiritual Leaders in America, (Featured in) Skylight Paths, 2003 Who's Who in America Who's Who in American Colleges & Universities [1973] Who's Who in American Women Who's Who in Black America Who's Who in the World Womanist Legend Honoree, 2012 Womanist Scholar of the Year, 2001

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS AND SPECIALTIES: Professor of Religion; Director of Women’s Studies, Shaw University Divinity School, Raleigh, NC, [2004 - ] Chair, Curriculum Committee [2004 -- 2008] Annual Women’s Conference Coordinator [2005- ] Faculty Development Committee [2004 -- 2006] Editorial Committee [2004 -- 2006 ] Research Committee [2006 – ] Page 12 of 15


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Chair, Student Support Services Committee [2011 - ] Faculty Senate [2011 - ] Faculty Marshal [2005-2011] Research Infrastructure in Minority Institutions (RIMI) Project; Research Faculty Develoment Core; Institute for Health, Social, and Community Research (IHSCR) Chief University Marshal [2012- ] Participant, Internationalization of Shaw University Committee Semeia, Board Member (Experimental Journal in Biblical Studies [1999-2005] Women and Religion Series, Greenwood/Praeger Press, Editor, [2003- ] Chair, Publications Committee, American Academy of Religion [2009-2011] Board Member, American Academy of Religion [2009-] Program Committee Member, American Academy of Religion [2009-] Steering Committee Member, Texts@Contexts, Society for Biblical Literature [2009-] Advisory Support, Rev. Dr. Edward Thomas, Young Missionary Temple CME Church, Raleigh, NC [2004- 2010]; For Rev. Ronald White [2010-] Director, Center for Women and Religion, Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, CA [1997-2003] In Residence Faculty, Graduate Theological Union, [1997-2003] Core Doctoral Faculty, Graduate Theological Union [1998-2003] Associate Pastor, Phillips Temple CME Church, Berkeley, CA [1997-2004]

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS AND SPECIALTIES (CONT.): Assistant Professor, Department of Religion and Philosophy, Meredith College, [1993-96] Advisor, Association for Black Awareness, Meredith College, [1994-96] Chair, Library Committee, Meredith College, [1994-96] Meredith African-American Advisory Board, [1993-96] Meredith Diversity Task Force, [1994-96] Instructor: Prairie View A& M University, Department of Music [1977-1978] Prarie View A & M (Con’t) Supervisor: graduate and undergraduate students in: Voice, Class Piano, Opera Workshop, Vocal Pedagogy, Associate Pastor, Russell Memorial CME Church, Durham, NC, [1993-97] Co-chair: Prayer Warriors, Russell CME, Durham, [1995-97]. Associate Pastor, Simpson United Methodist Church, Austin, Texas [1987-93] Assistant Pastor, Trinity CME Church, Austin, Texas [1984-87] Advisory Board, Colloquium on Violence & Religion [1995-1999] Board of Directors, Society for Christian Ethics [2004-2007] Advisory Committee Faculty Development [FDAC], Association of Theological Schools [2000-2002] Certified, Community-Based Conflict Resolution, Canadian Institute for Conflict Resolution Mgt [1994] Co-chair, Racial Ethnic Faculty Association, GTU, [1999--2003] Co-Convenor, African & African American Working Group; and African and African American Interest Group, Society for Christian Ethics, Consultant, North Carolina Coalition against Domestic Violence & Abuse [2004 -] Editorial Board, Contagion: Journal of Violence, Mimesis, & Culture, [1994-1996] Editorial Board, Semeia (An Experimental Journal in Biblical Studies) [2000-2006] Editorial Board, Society for Christian Ethics Journal [1999-2002] Editorial Board, Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Religion [2009 -] Executive Committee, Society for the Study of Black Religion, [1997-2003] Executive Committee, Society for Christian Ethics [2006 Page 13 of 15


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Faith & Order Commission, NCC, CME Denominational Representative [1999-2002] General Assembly, National Council of Churches of Christ, CME Denomination Rep. [1999-2003] Inclusiveness & Justice Standing Committee, NCC, CME Denominational Rep. [2000-2002] Past President, Western Region, AAR [2000-2002] President, Western Region, AAR [1999-2000] Program Chair, Annual Meeting, Society for the Study of Black Religion, [1997, 1998] Series Editor, Women and Religion Series, Greenwood/Praeger Press [2003 -- ] Steering Committee Co-Chair, AAR, Black Theology Group Steering Committee Co-Chair, SBL, African American Theology and Biblical Hermeneutics Section Steering Committee Member, AAR, Theology and Religious Reflection Section Steering Committee Member, AAR, Womanist Approaches to Religion and Society Group Vice President/Program Chair, American Academy of Religion, Western Region, [1998-1999]

Musician: Canadian Vocal Debut, in Mimesis Unbound, COV&R Annual Meeting, Ottawa, Canada, May 31, 2006. Bay Area Operatic Debut, in Purcell’s Dido & Aeneas,” Opera Non Troppo, as Third Witch, Berkeley, CA, March, 2001. Carnegie Hall Debut [1981] Howard Carpendale Tour, West Germany [1982] Kurt Weil, Cry the Beloved Country, Soloist, Austin, Texas [1984] Soloist “To this We’ve Come,” The Consul, Installation, Dean Miles, February, 1997, GTU Soloist, Goshen College, “Liberationist and Hermeneutical Issues in Womanist Theologies;” “Preparation and Performance of Spirituals;” on Occasion of Installation of President, April 4-6, 1997. Third Duke Ellington Sacred Concert, New York City [1981] Virgil Thompson's Four Saints in Three Acts, Performance, & [First Recording of Work: CD 1981]

Music Director: Bubblin' Brown Sugar, Austin, Texas [1985]

Other Music: Choir Director, El Buen Pastor Presbyterian Church, Austin, Texas [1985-86] Conceptual Designer & Soloist: “On Ma’ Journey Now”: Celebrating the 1960s Civil Rights Movement Through Music and Dance--A Convocation, Raleigh, NC, Nov. 13, 1996 Conducted the Martin Luther King, Jr. Chorus, Meredith College, January 1995 Coordinator of Music, & Pianist, & Women’s Day Program, Russell Memorial CME Church, [1994-96] Director of Church Choirs, Organist; Private Studio [1978-84] Organist for the One Hundred Twenty-Second Session of the Carolina Annual Conference, July 1994. Page 14 of 15


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ORDINATIONS (CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH): Deacons Orders, 1984, Southeast Texas Conference, Eighth Episcopal District Elders Orders, 1986, Southeast Texas Conference, Eighth Episcopal District Full Connection, 1987, Southeast Texas Conference, Eighth Episcopal District

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