This course examines the history of norms, socio-cultural contexts, hermeneutics, and theologies that inform proclamation at the intersection of Black lived experiences in North America. This examination will include attending to Black preaching traditions alongside other forms of proclamation. The course assists participants in developing a critical appreciation of proclamation as an act connected to its contexts, while providing opportunities to explore how key learnings may further shape one's ministry practices.

Prerequisite: CW 104.

Note: Enrollment limited to fifteen students.