Tuesday, June 20, 2017

SAVE THE DATE: 37 Congreso de Teología

The Asociación de Teólogos y Teólogas Juan XXIII will host their 37th Theology Congress September 7-10, 2017 in Madrid, Spain, on the subject "Women and religion: From discrimination to gender equality". This congress is in Spanish.

LOGISTICS:

Date: September 7-10, 2017

Place: Salón de Actos de Comisiones Obreras, calle Lope de Vega, 40, Madrid, Spain

Registration: You can pay in advance through an electronic funds transfer. See Inscripciones page for instructions. You can also pay at the door in cash on the first day of the conference. Participants are responsible for their own accommodations, travel, and food. The cost of registration in euros is:
  • Full Congress: 30€
  • Saturday and Sunday: 20€
  • Sunday only: 10€



PROGRAM:


The program has not been finalized but here is what we know:

Lectures:

  • 1st: "Critical analysis of patriarchal society" - Soledad Murillo (University of Salamanca and UN consultant)
  • 2nd: "Bodies, sexuality, and women's rights" - Justa Montero (Asamblea Feminista de Madrid)
  • 3rd: "Priesthood of women, patriarchy and power in the Churches" - Lidia Rodríguez (University of Deusto)
  • 4th: "Sexual identities and Christianity" - Krzysztof Charamsa (Polish theologian; former member of the International Theological Commission)
  • 5th: "Liberation theology and gender" - Marilú Rojas Salazar (Comunidad Teológica, Mexico)
  • 6th: "The urgency of a political spirituality" - Emma Martínez Ocaña (Theologian and psychotherapist)
Roundtables:

  • Women's movements:
    • In Latin America -- Ana Marcela Montanaro (Carlos III University of Madrid)
    • In Africa -- Alicia Cebada (Carlos III University of Madrid. Responsible for training programs of Fundación Mujeres por África)
    • In Spain -- Beatriz Gimeno (LGBTI feminist activist)


  • What are we doing/what are they doing with our bodies?
    • Wombs for rent -- Laura Freixas (Writer)
    • The prostitution system -- Laura Nuño (King Juan Carlos University)
    • Diversity and sexual dissidence -- Violeta Assiego (Lawyer and LGBTI activist)
Communications:
  • Men and women in MOCEOP -- Ramón Alario and Teresa Cortés
  • Women in the Anglican Church -- Deborah Champman (Anglican priest)
  • Women's Movements in Islam -- Artiqa el Yousfi (Asociación ONDA)


Photo: Speakers (Top L-R): Soledad Murillo, Krzysztof Charamsa, Justa Montero. (Bottom L-R): Emma Martínez Ocaña, Marilú Rojas Salazar, Lidia Rodríguez