AAR/SBL 2019: FSR Forum Panel, “Manthologies”
Please join us for this year’s FSR Forum panel, “Manthologies!” Building on the “Manthologies” FSR blog series in May 2019, this panel explores the problem of scholarship that is limited in its representation of the field. Light refreshments and continued conversations will be in abundance at the FSR reception following the panel.
Feminist Studies in Religion
Friday – 6:30 PM-8:00 PM, Grand Hyatt-Cornado A (Fourth Level)
How do we cultivate an environment of diversity in our scholarship? What are the challenges we face and what strategies can we use to ensure our scholarship is both intellectually diverse and reflects values of justice and equity? Building on the “Manthologies” FSR blog series in May 2019, this panel explores the problem of scholarship that is limited in its representation of the field. Together with participants, we will discuss these issues and develop resources to combat the problem.
Kecia Ali, Boston University
Toni Bond, Claremont School of Theology
Stephanie Buckhanon Crowder, Chicago Theological Seminary
Natasha Heller, University of Virginia
Sarah Imhoff, Indiana University
Sharon Jacob, Pacific School of Religion
Alison Joseph, Jewish Theological Seminary
Followed by: P22-505: Feminist Studies in Religion Reception
Friday – 8:00 PM-10:30 PM, Grand Hyatt-Cornado E (Fourth Level)