Michael Campbell: Forgotten Adventist Women - Ashville AF

Dates: 
Saturday, September 24, 2022 - 12:00pm

Michael Campbell will present: "Recovering Stories of Forgotten Women from our Adventist Past." 

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Campbell spent a year identifying one woman a week whose stories were either forgotten or unknown from our Adventist past. This led to a much larger project to seek to recover these stories. At times I have been challenged, if women were so vital in our early Adventist history, then why don't we know more of these stories? I often respond that it is simply because those stories haven't been told. This presentation takes a look at the wide and varied contributions of women by revealing stories about the important contributions of women that have been forgotten or overlooked in Adventist historiography.

Michael W. Campbell, PhD, serves as the director of Archives, Statistics, and Research for the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists. He is a widely published scholar with over one thousand popular and peer-reviewed articles in denominational and academic circles. His most recent book, 1922: The Rise of Adventist Fundamentalism was published by Pacific Press. He is the co-editor of the forthcoming Oxford Handbook of Seventh-day Adventism along with a new textbook, co-authored with Ed Allen, on Adventist history forthcoming from Eerdmans. He served as a pastor in Colorado and Kansas, and taught in Adventist tertiary institutions in the Philippines and Texas. He is married to Heidi Olson Campbell, a PhD candidate in Early Modern History at Baylor University, and they have two teenage children.

Sabbath, September 24, 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time. 

Email alexander@spectrummagazine.org for the Zoom link. 

Here is recent video of Michael Campbell joining the Spectrum Book Club to discuss his book, 1922: The Rise of Adventist Fundamentalism (2022).

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