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The Forum on Women, Religion, Violence, and Power at The Carter Center sponsored a virtual roundtable for one of our edited volumes, Sexual Violence and Sacred Texts. Check it out!
The roundtable includes three of six of the contributors to Sexual Violence and Sacred Texts:
•Dr. Amy Kalmanofsky (Editor, “How Feminist Biblical Scholarship Can Heal Victims of Sexual Violation”)
•Rabbi Sarra Lev, Ph.D (“Dipping a Finger in Honey: Sense Making in the Face of Violent Texts”)
•Dr. Ayesha Chaudhry (“Naming Violence: Qur’anic Interpretation between Social Justice and Cultural Relativism”)
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2017’s FSR Forum Membership Meeting at AAR/SBL in Boston was chaired by Nami Kim, panelists Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza, Alexandra Rosado Roman, Fulata Moyo, and Seong-nae Kim.
They dialogued about the following questions: How can we foster global feminist connections? What critical and exciting issues face transnational feminist organizing today?