T5998: Special Topics-UU History

Discover the broad scope of Unitarian, Universalist, and Unitarian Universalist history and key stories of that history. Designed to correlate with the Unitarian Universalist Association’s Ministerial Fellowship competencies 6 and 7. Includes 8 required hours for buddy/small group work outside of class.

Department: Theology & Religious History (TRH)

Required Reading: 

David Bumbaugh: “Unitarian Universalism:  A Narrative History” https://www.amazon.com/Unitarian-Universalism-Narrative-David-Bumbaugh/dp/0970247907

Mark Morrison-Reed: “Black Pioneers in a White Denomination” https://www.uuabookstore.org/Black-Pioneers-in-a-White-Denomination-P16859.aspx

Class Meeting: Classes meet by Zoom weeknights between 4 and 6 Eastern Time (US), weekly or biweekly, for 7 sessions.

Admissions are rolling (year-round) with a class offered in the fall or spring when a minimum enrollment is reached.

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Rev. Amy Beltaine, M.Div., Dept. of Ministry, Advocacy & Leadership

Professor: Rev. Amy Beltaine, M.Div. – is a graduate of Unitarian Universalist Meadville Lombard School for the Ministry, a professional Spiritual Director and Supervisor, serving on the coordinating committee of the UU Spiritual Directors’ Network, and recent President of the Covenant of UU Pagans. Amy is a nearly life-long earth-honoring Process-Panentheist, with training in Gardnerian Wicca and Reclaiming, and ancestral roots in Scotland and Slovakia.

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