An integral part of the Project on Lived Theology’s mission is providing opportunities for diverse audiences and young scholars to learn about the academic study of lived theology and how it is embodied in the real world.
Lift Every Voice and Teach
Over the course of two academic years, we will explore how we have had to adapt our curricula and pedagogical approaches in order to teach undergraduate students who have come of age in this era of hyper-partisanship and heightened rhetoric around race and immigration.
Spring Institutes for Lived Theology
An institute for scholars and practitioners focused on issues of faith and social practice.
Online Resource Library
Our online resources library allows researchers, theologians, practitioners, and the general public to easily search for video and audio of past PLT events as well as papers, publications, and interviews.
Civil Rights Digital Archive
This digital resource provides access to personal interviews with participants who were both in and against the civil rights movement, in addition to a wealth of bibliographic entries of documentary evidence from the time period. This cohesive body of information demonstrates the struggles of peacemaking, community building, and lived theology during a pivotal moment in history.