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Schedule is subject to change



Recognize any faces? Get to know your fellow PDC participants. The PDC is the place to make new connections and strengthen existing ones. Start building your network of support by visiting the Google folder provided for contact information of your fellow colleagues and don’t hesitate to reach out.


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Things to know

    • View the HTI Norms for Civil Engagement for our En Conjunto virtual time

      • Zoom Tips
        ▷ Sign in to the Zoom desktop client and stay signed in
        Check your internet speed. If you’re on free wifi you may need to keep your camera off to improve quality.
        Turn your camera on and have your camera at eye level.
        Stay muted unless you’re talking to reduce background noise.
        Try to sit in a well lit and quiet place.
        ▷Try to either have a solid wall behind you or turn on the virtual background.


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Journeys is HTI’s online quarterly newsletter whereby you will see HTI’s member schools’ shared commitment to advancing the recruitment, retention, and graduation of Latinx PhD students in the larger landscape of theological and religious education, and hear about the contributions HTI graduates and current HTI scholars are making in the academy, the church, and the world.

Perspectivas is the online peer-reviewed bilingual subscription journal of the Hispanic Theological Initiative (HTI). Perspectivas has become a vehicle to reach a broad audience, including faculty and students, as well as a growing number of churches and other community organizations across the United States, Puerto Rico, and Canada. Because of its continued success, HTI was thrilled to move Perspectivas to its new online home in 2016.

HTI Open Plaza is an online platform within the Hispanic Theological Initiative that amplifies the voices of diverse thinkers and scholars in the public square.

HTI Open Plaza’s conversational and interdisciplinary space engages issues of religion, history, and social justice affecting Latinx communities, specifically in the areas of: Culture , Education, Gender & Sexuality, Health, Migration, Politics & Economics.

HTI Open Plaza contributors work en conjunto with a faculty-led team of editors from academic institutions throughout the United States and Canada.