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Gender and Religion: The Unmarked Intersection

Wednesday, April 25, 11 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

SN-2000

In this keynote address, Pamela Dickey Young, Professor, School of Religion, Queen’s University, argues that if we do not consider religion alongside race, sex, gender, and sexuality (among others) as a vector in intersectionality we miss many important insights about positionality, marginalization and power. She offers suggestions about ways in which the scholarly community can broaden its ideas of religion to allow for a more nuanced view of how religion functions in people’s everyday lives. in Religious Studies 2-day Text and Context symposium,

Presented by Department of Religious Studies

Event Listing 2018-04-25 11:00:00 2018-04-25 12:15:00 America/St_Johns Gender and Religion: The Unmarked Intersection In this keynote address, Pamela Dickey Young, Professor, School of Religion, Queen’s University, argues that if we do not consider religion alongside race, sex, gender, and sexuality (among others) as a vector in intersectionality we miss many important insights about positionality, marginalization and power. She offers suggestions about ways in which the scholarly community can broaden its ideas of religion to allow for a more nuanced view of how religion functions in people’s everyday lives. in Religious Studies 2-day Text and Context symposium, SN-2000 Department of Religious Studies