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Antoinette Brown Lectures

The Antoinette Brown Lectures were established in 1974, initially with a gift from Sylvia Sanders Kelley. A capital campaign in the 1990s established an endowment for the lectures through gifts from alumni/ae and friends of the school.

The lectures are designed to "bring to the school distinguished women theologians to speak on a variety of concerns for women in ministry." The lectures are named in honor of the first woman to be ordained in the United States (by Congregationalists in 1853).



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Antoinette Brown Lecture Poster, 2009