Washington Theological Consortium
In July on 2006, the John Leland Center for Theological Studies was invited to join the prestigious Washington Theological Consortium. The Washington Theological Consortium is a consortium of diverse theological institutions representing many Christian denominations located in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan community. Membership within WTC allows for inter-faculty collaboration, ecumenical dialogue, and shared resources. Students attending the Leland Center may choose from among 300 different course offerings within the consortium. Students and faculty alike have access to over 2 million volumes available through the WTC libraries.
Sixth Taha Al-Alwani Event for
Post-Colonial Nationalism in Africa
and its Impact on Interfaith Dialogue
How does the post-colonial legacy shape Muslim-Christian conflict and dialogue in Africa? How can both communities be involved in greater peace-building?
Dr. Sulayman Nyang
Professor of African Studies
Response from Dr. Kwasi Kwakye-Nuako
Associate Professor of World Religions
Howard UniversitySchool of Divinity
HUSD is located with the Law School on Northwest Campus east of Connectituct Ave NW. Free Parking available in lot, or take Metro Redline to Van Ness Street, walk east. Come to Holy Cross Hall, first floor.
Lecture, Response, Discussion, Full Reception follows
RSVP to email@example.com or 202-832-2675
For Alwani Event 2016 flyer
Venue: Howard University School of Divinity
2900 Van Ness Street, NW Washington, DC
Just East of Connecticut Avenue NW with Law School campus
Event is in Holy Cross Hall, First Floor
For a list of course offerings available for cross-registration, see the Washington Theological Consortium website. Students can register for classes by contacting the Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org.