San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Intersectional Centre for Inclusion and Social Justice will celebrate its official launch with a lecture by Naomi Goldenberg.
INCISE (blog and website), led by Prof. Bee Scherer (Religious Studies and Gender Studies), is an academic Research Centre within the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU, UK).
INCISE bundles research projects and initiatives both across CCCU and national & international research networks.
INCISE functions as a hub that enables and facilitates Inclusion and Social Justice research with the view of adding significantly to research impact; environment; and interdisciplinarity for the wide range of the CCCU’s REF Units of Assessments. Outward-facing, INCISE attracts academic and activist networks focussing on furthering Social Justice research and societal (policy/legal & awareness) impact.
Naomi Goldenberg is professor of Classics and Religious Studies at the University of Ottawa. Her specialisms include Psychoanalysis, Women and Religion, and Cultural Studies. Her publications include Resurrecting the Body (Crossroad Publishing, 1993),The End of God (University of Ottawa Press, 1981), and Changing the Gods (Beacon Press, 1979).
|17:45||Welcome by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Rama Thirunamachandran|
|18:00||Keynote speaker followed by Q&A|
|Professor Naomi Goldenberg (Ottawa)|
|Queer Theory Meets Critical Religion|
|19:00||Close by Dr Keith McLay, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities|
The event takes place in the Michael Berry Lecture theatre, which can be found at the ground floor of the Old Session House on the Canterbury Campus of Canterbury Christ Church University.
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Intersectional Centre for Inclusion and Social Justice at Canterbury Christ Church University