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Women’s Studies in Religion will host their 2nd Student Conference on Women and Religion on March 1, 2013. They are inviting submissions from all GTU students in any program. (Submissions from non-students will not be accepted.)
Proposals with a focus on gender and religion, on a wide range of topics and from any discipline within the GTU, will be considered, including but not limited to: Feminist theory, women in religious traditions, and gender issues in biblical studies, theology, philosophy, spirituality, ethics and social theory.
Proposals should include a title, present the subject matter and indicate the approach and method that will be used.
Successful proposals will clearly outline the topic and argument to be pursued, including the relationship to a focus on gender and religion; demonstrate awareness of the existing body of scholarship on the topic; and indicate methodology to be employed.
The outline and bibliography should be no more than one page long each.