Mujerista Symposium

October 6 at 1-5:15 p.m.


The Mujerista Symposium, presented by the Office of Multicultural Relations in collaboration with En Conjunto, will explore how narrative theology is used as a viable model for ministry leadership, supports the communal relationships among women of color, and explores theological themes of Christ within the community.

This event is supported by the Association of Black Seminarians, Korean Student Association, the Asian Association of Princeton Theological Seminary, and the Hispanic Theological Initiative.

Keynote Speaker

Xochitl alvizo

Dr. Xochitl Alvizo teaches in the area of women and religion and the philosophy of sex, gender, and sexuality at California State University, Northridge. She is committed to bringing an intercultural feminist approach to theology and the study of religion. Her interests include feminist and queer theologies, congregational studies, ecclesiology, and the merging church.


Bonnie Lin
Princeton Theological Seminary

Ha Young Kang
Drew Theological School

Rebecca Wilcox
Princeton Theological Seminary

Alexandra Rosado-Román
Vanderbilt Divinity School
(En Conjunto)

Rev. Dr. Lindsey Jodrey
Princeton Theological Seminary


Wednesday, October 6

(all times are in EDT)

1:00 p.m. | Introductions
1:15 p.m. | Lecture with Dr. Xochitl Alvizo
2:00 p.m. | Panelist responses, 15 minutes each
3:15 p.m. | Refreshment break
3:30 p.m. | Closing remarks from Dr. Alvizo
4:00 p.m. | Q&A for Dr. Alvizo and panelists
4:30 p.m. | Concluding remarks from Princeton Seminary faculty and staff
4:45 p.m. | Adjourn

Health Guidelines

Vaccination and wearing face coverings while indoors are expected for all campus visitors and guests. Face coverings are required indoors for all people, regardless of vaccination status. Our keynote speaker and panelists may remove masks while presenting.


There is no cost for this event but registration is required.

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