Search by Co-Creator, Experience, or Venue. Once you open a page, you can browse page by page by using the arrows or arrow keys on a computer.
Schedule is subject to change at any time.

Rob Wilson-Black

Rob Wilson-Black (PhD, UChicago) is the co-Founder and founding board chair of the National Museum of American Religion (, a religion scholar and author of the newly released The End of College: Religion and the Transformation of Higher Education in the 20th Century (Fortress Press). Before serving as the CEO of Sojourners for the past ten years, Rob served as a college and seminary vice president for 10 years. In 2017 Rob was awarded an honorary doctorate from Franklin College in Indiana for his work as a “scholar, leader and advocate for religion.” He has given talks on campuses throughout the world, including Dartmouth (Orr Lecture), Duke, UC-Berkeley, Northwestern, and at the World Economic Forum. He lives in Reston, Va., with his wife of 30 years, the Rev. Juli Wilson-Black, a Presbyterian minister in Alexandria, Va. and children Hannah (21-UChicago), Claire (18-Occidental) and Owen (15-Sidwell Friends).

Fri 2:00pm - 2:50pm Diana Butler Bass Interview by Rob Wilson-Black Living Room
Sat 1:00pm - 1:50pm Rob Wilson-Black Interview by Grace Ji-Sun Kim Library
Sat 2:00pm - 2:30pm Pete Enns / Judy Herman / Robert Wilson-Black Booksigning