The Rev. Dr. David Latimore is the Director of the Betsey Stockton Center for Black Church Studies at Princeton Theological Seminary. Latimore comes to Princeton Seminary from Tennessee, where he served as senior pastor at Fifteenth Avenue Baptist Church in Nashville, taught at Belmont University, acted as a minority student mentor, and was associate director for the Academy of Preachers. He earned his PhD from the University of Chicago, his DMin from McCormick Theological Seminary, his MDiv from Duke Divinity School, and his AB from Harvard University. He has served as pastor at three other congregations, Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Joliet, Illinois; Mt. Carmel Baptist Church in Gainesville, Florida; and Southern Union Baptist Church in St. Louis, Missouri. Before attending seminary, Latimore had a successful career in investment management and economic development.
Seminary Highlight Seminar: The Afterlives of Slavery Initiative
With Professor Afe Adogame and students
Wednesday, May 17, 10:15 a.m.
Stuart Hall 1