EWA 4 Call for Papers; Practicing Peace: Towards an Asian Feminist Theology of Liberation

Practicing Peace: Towards an Asian Feminist Theology of Liberation Fourth Biennial Conference (For Information on the on the Papers/Abstracts already approved, please refer to the comment below) Venue: Hua Hin, Thailand Date: August 26-29, 2009 (participants arrive August 26, leave August 30) (Please note that the conference date has been moved one day ahead so … Continue reading EWA 4 Call for Papers; Practicing Peace: Towards an Asian Feminist Theology of Liberation

EWA 4: Synthesis, ‘Practising Peace: Towards an Asian feminist Theology of Liberation’

Salesian Retreat House, Hua Hin, Thailand 26-29 August, 2009 By Astrid Lobo Gajiwala, India We have finally come to the conclusion but not the end, I hope, of ‘Practising Peace: Towards an Asian feminist Theology of Liberation’. During the past three days we listened, shared, reflected, prayed and embraced each other. We opened our sacred … Continue reading EWA 4: Synthesis, ‘Practising Peace: Towards an Asian feminist Theology of Liberation’

EWA 3: Doing Theology as a Feminist in an Asian Context

Notes on the workshop facilitated by Lieve Troch. “What is a feminist” and “how do we do Asian feminist theology,” participants wanted to know. Lieve Troch, professor of systematic theology in Nijmegen, the Netherlands, and visiting professor in Brazil, Sri-Lanka, and Indonesia began by looking first at the key words: Theology, Feminist, Asian Context, and … Continue reading EWA 3: Doing Theology as a Feminist in an Asian Context