Toward an Asian Feminist Theology of Human Connectivity Archdiocesan Pastoral Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 6-9 November 2011 PROGRAMME 5 November 2011 (Saturday) 17.00 Arrival of Participants and Registration 18.00 Liturgy (Eucharist for Sunday) 19.00 DINNER Informal introduction of participants 6 November 2011 (Sunday) 7.00-8.00 Breakfast 8.00-8.30 Welcome Address and Presentation of EWA/Programme: Judette Gallares (EWA Coordinator) … Continue reading EWA 5: Programme
from Catholic Theological Ethics in the World Church, http://www.catholicethics.com/who-we-are/development-committee/report-on-ewa-skype-sessions Brilliant, fantastic, delighted with the experience, and great endeavour! These are only some of the words used to described the first CTEWC sponsored Skype video-conference presentation. In early November, students and faculty gathered on five Catholic university campuses in the US to observe live paper presentations … Continue reading EWA 5: Report on EWA Skype Sessions
Abstracts of the 3 papers presented via skype to five universities/college in the US (Santa Clara University, Loyola University Chicago, Boston College, Fordham University, and Barry University).
Venue and Date: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 6-9 November, 2011 Who We Are Ecclesia of Women in Asia (EWA) is an academic forum of Catholic women theologians in Asia. EWA encourages and assists Catholic women in Asia to engage in research, reflection and writing from a feminist perspective towards doing theology that: a) is inculturated and contextualized … Continue reading EWA 5: Call for Papers, “Wired Asia: Towards an Asian Feminist Theology of Human Connectivity”
By Ms. Virginia Saldanha Asian women’s feminist perspectives on “Wired Asia - Towards an Asian Feminist Theology of Human Connectivity” had academic audiences in the West for the first time at a theological conference in Asia. One session of the 5th biennial conference of the Ecclesia of Women in Asia (EWA) was hooked up to … Continue reading EWA 5: ASIAN WOMEN THEOLOGIANS REFLECT ON THE USE OF CYBERSPACE (Conference Homepage)