The cooperative is hosting its first annual conference, gathering together scholars and the theologically curious to question and explore the place of public theology on colonised lands. The conference will frame these focus areas broadly and creatively, welcoming approaches that disturb boundaries and think with and beyond the public of public theology.
We invite paper proposals that address the theme “Public Theology and Empire” across a range of thought including traditional Christian and religious disciplines, and broader academic approaches such as criticial theories, sociology, and political philosophy.
Along with the main paper sessions, two specific sessions will run concurrently on political theology and public theology and art.
Uncommon goods: public theology and empire
24-26 September 2021
Wesley House, Brisbane, Australia
- Anne Pattel-Gray (Head of the Australian First Nations Program, World Vision Australia)
- Monica Jyotsna Melanchthon (Academic Dean, Pilgrim Theological College)
- Jione Havea (Associate Lecturer, Pilgrim Theological College)
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