Mary Hunt in Trinity College

Mary Hunt in Trinity College

Monday    |    19:30 - 21:30 (10/09/2018) (UTC+0), Duration: 02:00 Place: Mac Neill Theatre, Arts Building, Nassau Street, Trinity College Dublin 2, Ireland
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[Unfortunately this event clashes with the WAC Ireland meeting the same evening]

This event is co-sponsored by Woman Spirit Ireland and The Centre for Gender and Women's Studies, Trinity College Dublin.

Date:                           September 10th,  19:30 -- 21:30

Venue:                         Mac Neill Theatre, Arts Building, Nassau Street, Trinity College Dublin 2.

Registration:              €10:00: Concessions: Students, SW recipients €5:00. Advance registration advised.

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The recent papal visit to Ireland drew serious attention to the dark side of the Catholic Church: discrimination against women and LGBTI persons, and various forms of abuse carried out by clergy and members of religious institutions.

For over forty years, Dr. Mary Hunt has been at the coalface of worldwide struggles on the part of women to reclaim Christian and other religious traditions from the grip of patriarchal control and clerical misogynies that strangle women’s voices, discriminate against LGBTI people, and enable abuse and its concealment.. Drawing on her extensive experience, in this evening event, Mary Hunt will present an overview of the history, challenges, and current directions in the fields of feminist theology, ethics, and ritual, and point to fruitful directions that might take us forward in Ireland. 

Full Mary Hunt Biographical Details : See http://www.waterwomensalliance.org/mary-e-hunt/

Chair

Christine Morris is Head of the School of Histories and Humanities and Andrew A. David Associate Professor in Greek Archaeology and History in the Department of Classics, Trinity College Dublin. URL: https://www.tcd.ie/Classics/staff/cmorris.php

Panel

Jacob Erickson,  Assistant Professor of Theological Ethics in the Loyola Institute, School of Religion, Trinity College Dublin. https://www.tcd.ie/loyola-institute/staff/jacob_erickson.php

Catherine Lawless: Assistant Professor and Director of the Centre for Gender and Women’s Studies at Trinity College Dublin: URL: https://www.tcd.ie/research/profiles/?profile=lawlessc

Gina Menzies: Lecturer in Bioethics at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, and a regular contributor in the media on theological matters: URL. http://www.rcsi.ie/index.jsp?p=1667&n=1668&a=11031

Noirin Ni Riain: Theologian, author, musician, singer: URL: https://www.theosony.com/

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