AAR/SBL 2019: Mary, Mother of Martyrs: How Motherhood Became Self-Sacrifice in Early Christianity
Mark your calendar for this awesome JFSR panel at AAR/SBL 2019!
Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion
Theme: Mary, Mother of Martyrs: How Motherhood Became Self-Sacrifice in Early Christianity
Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza, Harvard University, Presiding
Sunday – 9:00 AM-11:30 AM, Marriott Marquis-Pacific 17 (First Level)
A book review panel of Mary, Mother of Martyrs: How Motherhood Became Self-Sacrifice in Early Christianity, by Kathleen Gallagher Elkins. This book examines several ancient representations of mothers and children in contexts of socio-political violence in order to explore the political, social, and ethical production of notions of motherhood both in antiquity and today.
Stephanie Buckhanon Crowder, Chicago Theological Seminary
Sharon Jacob, Pacific School of Religion
Hisako Kinukawa, Center for Feminist Theology and Ministry, Tokyo
Anna Rebecca Solevag, VID Specialized University
Responding: Kathleen Gallagher Elkins, Saint Norbert College