Faculty on the Road

School of Divinity faculty take their academic and ministerial passions to cities across the country, preaching in congregations, presenting at conferences or workshops, meeting with students, and gathering with alumni.


Below is a list of upcoming destinations of our faculty. Want to meet with a faculty member who will be in your area? Read more about our faculty here.


Dr. Elizabeth O’Donnell Gandolfo

Gandolfo is the Earley Associate Professor of Catholic and Latin American Studies

White Guilt and Christian Salvation: The Grace of Resilience for the Work of Resistance

When: Thursday, September 23, 2021 | 12-1 p.m.
Where: St. Paul’s Episcopal Church (virtual)
Please register in advance for the Zoom Webinar

Description: Anti-racist activists and scholars have rightly identified the related problems of white fragility and white guilt as impediments to the urgent work of seeking racial justice, equity, and inclusion. The Christian tradition proclaims that God responds to human frailty and guilt with the gracious offer of salvation. How, then, might white Christians seeking to embody anti-racism imagine and experience the transformative grace of Christ in the face of their failings?