LECTURE: Dr. Stanley Hauerwas, Will D. Campbell Lecture on Faith and Social Justice

Date of Event: November 27, 2006

Location: University of Mississippi

Dr. Stanley Hauerwas, Gilbert T. Rowe Professor of Theological Ethics at Duke’s School of Divinity, was the inaugural speaker for the Will D. Campbell Lecture Series on Faith and Social Justice at the University of Mississippi. Hauerwas’ work draws on a great range of literatures from classical, philosophical, and theological texts to contemporary political theory. He also works in medical ethics, issues of war and peace, and the care of the mentally handicapped.

These videos include the Q&A session following his talk which took place on November 27, 2006, at the University of Mississippi. The event was co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Southern Culture, the First Presbyterian Church, the Reformed University Fellowship, and St. Peter’s Episcopal Church.

For more information on Dr. Hauerwas’s talk, see this press release and the Winter Institute’s January 2007 Wellspring newsletter.

The Q&A Session with Dr. Hauerwas:

UM Lectures – Stanley Hauerwas Lecture 12 from Winter Institute on Vimeo.