Drumwright Family Lecture
The Drumwright Family Lecture was established by Minette Drumwright Pratt and her family. The Drumwright Family has five generations of Baylor graduates.
Drumwright Family Lecture Featuring Dr. Vincent Lloyd
Pursuing Justice in Toxic Times
October 16 | 4:00 p.m. | Foyer of Meditation, Armstrong Browning Library
About Dr. Vincent Lloyd
Vincent Lloyd is a professor, writer, and social justice advocate.
He is Professor of Theology and Religious Studies at Villanova University, where he directs the Center for Political Theology. His research and writing focus on the intersection of religion, race, and politics. As a scholar-activist, he has been involved in community organizing around issues of mass incarceration, immigration, labor, and racism.
He is the author or editor of twelve books including Black Dignity: The Struggle Against Domination, Black Natural Law, and the co-edited Anti-Blackness and Christian Ethics. His writings and interviews have been featured in Commonweal, The Guardian, Sojourners, First Things, and The Atlantic, and he serves as co-editor of the journal Political Theology. Currently he is writing a book about abuse, from the personal to the political.
Lloyd received his undergraduate degree from Princeton and his doctorate from the University of California, Berkeley. He has served as a visiting faculty member at Emory, Virginia, Notre Dame, and Durham. He lives in Philadelphia with his wife, two children, and pit bull.
Previous lecture presenters include:
- Dr. Jessica Hooten Wilson (2022)
- Dr. Angel Adams Parham (2021)
- Dr. Jane Kelley Rodeheffer (2019)
- Professor Robert P. George (2018)
- Mr. Robert Doar (2017)
- Professor Robert P. George (2016)
- Dr. David K. O’Connor (2015)
- Mr. Ken Myers (2014)
- Dr. Ralph Wood (2013)
- Dr. Robert Sloan (2012)
- Dr. Alan Jacobs (2011)
- Dr. David Solomon (2010)