|09:30-11:00||Workshop: Publishing in peer-review journals, by Mariecke van den Berg & Nella van den Brandt|
|11:00-11:15||IARG annual meeting|
|11:45-13:15||2 parallel Panel sessions. In each panel, 3 participants will present their work (max 15-20 minutes, followed by 10-15 minutes questions/discussion).
Panel 1 (moderated by Ulrike Auga): Queer bodies, cisnormativity and colonialism in religious sites and literature
Manuela Riboldi: Body, sacred and otherness in Alda Merini and Pier Vittorio Tondelli
Amy Franks: Deconstructing colonialism, patriarchy, and cis-heteronormativity in the scholarship of pre-Christian Nordic religion(s)
Vanessa Rau: title tba (Jews in Berlin, queer and embodied practices)
Panel 2 (moderated by Kathrine van den Bogert): Gendered and religious discourses, violence and resistance in postcolonial contexts.
Elisaveta Dvorakk: The Hashem el Madani Collection at the Arab Image Foundation. Agency and human flourishing in a visual counter discourse
Arpita Chakraborty: Creation of the myth of ‘manliness’: Interrogating the link between masculinity and violence in India.
Jeane Peracullo: Sally Haslanger and Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak on the possibility of a mataphysics of resistance and its implications to postcolonial feminist theologizing|
|14:15-16:15||2 parallel Panel sessions. In each panel, 4 participants will present their work (max 15-20 minutes, followed by 10-15 minutes questions/discussion).
Panel 3 (moderated by Kristin Aune): Women and gender in faith, spirituality and ritual
Helen Patricia Santos: A Spirituality of Flourishing at the Margins: Beyond empowerment models towards a relevant practical prophetic praxis of life in abundance with marginalized women in India
Suzanne Vernon-Yorke: Interfaith work as an act of violence against women: a Bradford case study
Heleen Joziasse: Kenyan women’s lived-Christologies and their quest for liberative relations and gender justice
Sweta Chakraborty: Understanding the ‘sacred’ and ‘secular’: Exploring indigenous analytical categories of superstitions and rituals in Hinduism
Panel 4 (moderated by Lana Sirri): Sexuality, citizenship, and Muslims in Europe
Aisha-Nusrat Ahmad: Man*-Muslim – Gay. A study on the life situations of Muslim gay and bisexual men living in Germany
Sydney Sheedy: title tba (homonationalism, queer Muslims, sexual citizenship, ethnography)
Laura Zambelli: Sexual Citizenship in Europe. A study on Polyamory, Polygyny, and Marriage Laws.
Emanuela Naclerio:From converted to Muslim: the experience of Italian women who converted to Islam|
|16:15-16:45||Coffee/drinks and snack break|
|16:45-18:30||2 parallel Panel sessions. In each panel, 3/4 participants will present their work (max 15-20 minutes, followed by 10-15 minutes questions/discussion).
Panel 5 (moderated by Kathrine van den Bogert): Faith, sexuality and sexual health in transnational contexts
Christina Schramm: Welcome to Queer Limbo: The living paradox of a migrant researcher
Gala Rexer: Reproducing bodies in times of crisis. Body politics of assisted reproduction in Uk, Germany and Israel/Palestine
Tinka Bastiaens: Oocyte cryopreservation and female Muslim attitudes
Panel 6 (moderated by Lieke Schrijvers): Female religious agency, sexuality and belonging in religious traditions
Carolina Falcao: Is disruptive belonging a matter of gender? Observing women agency from the perspective of the discourses production
An van Raemdonck: title tba (Copts in Egypt and Europe, gender, sexuality, pious women)
Giuliana Arnone: It’s all about reconciliation: homosexual Christian movements in Italy. Some reflections from ethnographic fieldwork
Ute Hüsken: Changing patterns of female religious and ritual agency|
|18:30-18:45||Short coffee break|