AMBS Alumni Third Thursdays | Jamie Pitts, PhD

This conversation is a part of a once-a-month online conversation between AMBS teaching and administrative faculty members and AMBS alumni. Janeen Bertsche Johnson, M.Div., Alumni Director, interviewed Jamie Pitts, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anabaptist Studies at AMBS.

During these conversations, Janeen Bertsche Johnson will interview a selected member of the AMBS learning community for 35 minutes, followed by a short time of open conversation for AMBS alumni.

These sessions are held via videoconference from 12 to 1 p.m. ET on the third Thursday of each month. The virtual events are only open to AMBS alumni at this time.

About Jamie:
Jamie Pitts, Ph.D., seeks to join the Spirit’s work of bringing healing, justice, and joy in and through the church to all of creation.

He does this in part through teaching and research on global Anabaptist-Mennonite theology and history, and participation in local congregational life and community organizing. His current research interests include theological method, pneumatology, baptism, gender and sexuality, and postcolonial mission.

He is also the editor of Anabaptist Witness journal and the director of the Institute of Mennonite Studies at AMBS.

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