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Comparative Theology Unit and Liberation Theologies Unit and Religions in the Latina/o Americas Unit and Religion, Social Conflict, and Peace Unit

Call for Proposals

Co-sponsored session (Liberation Theologies Unit/Comparative Theologies Unit/Religions in the Latina/o Americas Unit/Religions, Social Conflict, and Peace Unit)
Possible title: “Land, Revolutions, and the Religious Being: in Search of Political Theologies of Liberation”
We invite proposals for a co-sponsored session that consider the setting of the 2020 meeting in Boston by examining the relationship between revolutions and land in different ways. Possible areas include the post-colonial critique of comparative theology and theologies of peace and conflict resolution; theological intersections at geographic, theological, and confessional borders; learning and activism across those same borders; comparative theologies as praxis/therapy for overcoming the impact of mere tolerance, hate, and conflict; political theologies of liberation in relation to conflict, land, ecologies, and climate.



Steering Committee Members



Review Process

Proposals are anonymous to chairs and steering committee members until after final acceptance/rejection