Date(s) - 10/27/2014
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Come and participate in the Women’s Studies in Religion at the Graduate Theological Union’s Cafe lecture: “(Un)Making Violene Against Radicalized Women Through Critical Religious Pedagogies: Christian, Muslim and Jewish Feminist Perspectives.” The lecture will feature Rev. Dr. Boyung Lee, Associate Professor of Practical Theology, Education and Spiritual Formation and Director of the Changemaker Fellowship Program and of the API Program Initiative at the Pacific School of Religions; Laurie Garrett-Cobbina, Shaw Family Chair for Clinical Pastoral Education at San Francisco Theological Seminary; Elizabeth Ingenthron, PhD. Student at GTU and Office Manager at Jewish Voice for Peace; and Reem Javed, Graduate Student at GTU.
Please join us for this important conversation and reflection at the Dinner Board Room, above the GTU library [2400 Ridge Rd., Berkeley].
Light refreshments will be served.