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Beauty that Empowers

Lauren Guerra examines the public theology of the murals of San Diego's Chicano Park 

by Suzanne E. Miller

from Currents Fall 2015

Being Latin@ and a Scholar

by Sandra Chavez

I look at my life and realize how incredible it is to find myself at the GTU in Berkeley. I am an American citizen, born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska, but my abuelita (grandmother) is quick to remind me, “Mexican comes before American.  You are Mexican-American and do not forget it.”

Hispanic Theological Initiative Consortium (HTIC)

In 2007 the Graduate Theological Union joined the Hispanic Theological Initiative Consortium (HTIC), a consortium comprised of 18 Ph.D.-granting institutions seeking to support and advance the work of Latina/o scholars in order to address the need for more representation of Latina and Latino students and faculty in higher theological and religious studies education. HTIC’s mission and purpose revolve around four major goals:

Latino/a Roundtable Meeting

Wednesday, April 24, 2013 (All day) to Saturday, April 27, 2013 (All day)

Location TBA

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