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Black Theology Forum at Queen’s Foundation
Chair and convener: Dr Dulcie Dixon McKenzie
The Black Theology Forum (BTF) offers a space for the exploration of Black and Asian liberation theologies through critical conversations on a wide range of topics. It is a monthly gathering that merges scholarship with transformative practice, and anyone who identifies as Black and Asian are welcome to attend. Admission is free, however for planning and catering purposes please register in advance. For more details, please contact Dulcie McKenzie at Queen’s Foundation: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr Tomlin is an award-winning educator and ordained minister. She has a long and
distinguished academic career, teaching in universities both nationally and
internationally. She was Education Studies Course Tutor at the University of
Wolverhampton and had been appointed as a part time on-line tutor at Oxford
University, Department of Continuing Education. In addition, she was a visiting tutor at
The Queen's Foundation, drawing on several years experience of pastoral ministry as
the Senior Pastor of Restoration Fellowship Ministries. Dr Tomlin has also worked as a
Healthcare Chaplain, registered with the UK Board of Healthcare Chaplains. She is one
of the leading experts on the art of preaching.
As a published author, some of Dr Tomlin’s key academic texts include Black Language Style in Sacred and Secular Contexts (1999) and co-authored books with Dr Paul Mocombe: Language, Literacy and Pedagogy (2013); Race and Class Distinction in Black Communities (2014) and Jesus and the Streets (2015). She also reviewed the 6th edition of the best-selling book Doing Your Research Project (2014) by Judith Bell with Stephen Waters. Dr Tomlin is a firm believer in the transformative power of Jesus Christ.