Anna Howard Shaw Center
The Anna Howard Shaw Center exists to promote structures and practices that empower women and honor diversity.
- The Spring 2016 Newsletter has been published! It focuses on the theme, “Power. Privilege. Prophetic Witness,” and gives a recap of our most recent Women in the World Conference, as well as other reflections on the theme. You can read it here: Spring 2016 Newsletter. This is a portion-Read the rest here!
- Check out articles from our previous newsletters and sermon transcriptions from past conferences on the newly added section of our website!
- Our semester has ended, which means we won’t see you until the fall! But thanks for all of your support this year!
|“The Anna Howard Shaw Center is one of the more concrete spaces that fosters a sense of community. Anyone can come here and know that they can get a cup of tea and a couch to sleep on. I also like that it is a space within the School of Theology that provides solitude for persons of gendered minorities and free lunch.” —Nathan Bakken, (MDiv, 2017)|
|“Without the Shaw Center, I would probably not survive. The place, coffee, food, people, and conversation–everything the Shaw Center sustains and nourishes me.”–Hyebin Hong, (MTS, 2012/PhD, 2019)|
|“Anna Howard Shaw has been a great resource for students; outside of their weekly events, they are supportive of student lead initiatives. Ideas come to fruition with the support of the institution, and AHSC will be one of the change agents in the process of making ideas into reality.”– Ylisse Bess-Washington, (MDiv, 2017)|