Spiritual Biography: Place, Faith, and New Rochelle / Biografia espiritual: lugar, fe, y New Rochelle
Mark E. Campbell II
This installation is a part of Listening Through Time and Place: An Interactive Oral History Exhibit, OHMA's multimedia interactive popup exhibition of stories, which will take place at the Social Hall at Union Theological Seminary on April 28, 2016 at 5:00 pm.
Come listen and converse about spiritual biography, place, and humor. Bring a smile, your listening ears, and your wit. This exhibit will be multi-interactive and full of laughter. There will be items to look at, audio to listen to, and smiles and hugs to be given.
Ven aqui eschuchar y hablar sobre biografia espritual, lugar, and humor. Ven a sonrisa, sus oídos, y su mente.
Mark Campbell II was born and raised in the Midwest. He likes to write stories inspired by oral histories, humor, and everyday life. He’s prone to find adventures and bags of chips. He holds a BA in Sociology from Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan and a MA in Higher Education and Student Affairs from Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan. His research interests includes: religion, humor, higher education, and sociology.