Drew University Graduate Division of Religion
Kristeen Black Religion and Society
“Education is not a preparation for life; education is life itself.”
Currently first year Ph.D. student at Drew University Theological School, Religion and Society.
M.A., Religion and Society, Caspersen School of Graduate Studies, Drew University, 2008
Concentrations: Religion and Social Justice, Feminist perspectives
Thesis: Prophetic Leadership Case Study: Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago and Pastor Jeremiah Wright.
B.A., Philosophy, University of Montana, 2006
Minor in Women’s Studies
Undergraduate research scholarship, 2003. University of Montana
Certificate, Spiritual Direction, Shalom Program, MT, 2006
Ecumenical spiritual direction and counseling
A.A.S., Drafting and Design Technology, Utah Valley Community College, 1979
Black, Kristeen (2007). Prophetic Leadership in Transition. Research presented at the Association for the Sociology of Religion 2007 Annual Meeting. New York City NY.
Black, Kristeen (2007). Replacing Prophetic Leaders a Case Study. Research presented at the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion Annual Conference. Tampa Bay FL.
Black, Kristeen. (2005). Working Abroad: How to get from where you are to where you want to be in five easy steps. Lecture. International Brown Bag Series, University of Montana.
Winkler, Celia, Kristeen Black (2005). Feminism and Spirituality in the Formation of Commitment in Peace and Justice Activists. Research presented. National Women’s Studies 26th Annual Conference. Orlando FL.
Black, Kristeen (2004). Second Wave Professors, Third Wave Classmates: Where do the Non-Traditional Students Fit?. Research paper presented at the 4th Annual Conference on Undergraduate Research, University of Montana.
Black, Kristeen (2004). Generations of Feminists in the Classroom: How do Non-Traditional Students Fit? Research paper presented at American Academic University Women Conference, Bozeman MT.
Black, Kristeen (2004). Second Wave Professors, Third Wave Classmates: Where do the Non-Traditional Students Fit?. Research paper presented at National Women’s Studies Association 25th Conference, Milwaukee WI.
Winkler, Celia, Kristeen Black, Lynn Isaacson (2004). History and Metaphor, Spirituality and Feminism in the Formation of Peace and Justice Activists. Research presented at the Association for the Sociology of Religion 2004 Annual Meeting. San Francisco CA.
Member of Association for the Sociology of Religion
Member of Society for the Scientific Study of Religion
Member of Association of Academic University Women
Member of National Women’s Studies Association
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