CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS/PARTICIPANTS Toward Life-giving Communities in a Time of Pandemic:Asian Feminist Theological Perspectives 10th Biennial Conference (online)Ecclesia of Women in AsiaDate: 24-26 February 2022 (Thursday to Saturday) If you have participated in any of the EWA conferences before or would like to be part of EWA please fill this form and submit so that … Continue reading Call for Presentations/Participants: EWA 10
EWA 9 has been a meaningful encounter among different feminist theologians coming from various parts of Asia. Agnes Brazal, one of EWA's foremothers has written the following essay describing what took place during the conference. “Where do I belong? – a question that is repeated in the minds of displaced people finds an echo also … Continue reading What Took Place in EWA 9 – Where is Home?: Displacements and Disqualifications
On Friday, January 17, 2020, 8:30AM (January 16, 2020, Thursday 7:30 PM US Time) there will be an interactive video conference featuring one of the paper sessions of the biennial conference of the Ecclesia of Women in Asia (EWA), which will be taking place at the Monash University, Malaysia Campus. EWA is a forum of … Continue reading Invitation to join the EWA 9 Video Conferencing
Here are the accomodations pertaining to the EWA 9 Conference. The following website contains more details: Sunway Monash Residence | Sunway Education Group Residence More than a “student hostel”, Sunway Monash Residence is a premium condominium-style student accommodation with a wide range of facilities and amenities to support a vibrant student community experience.
Here is an opportunity for those who might be interested. The following link contains a Call for Papers for the annual conference of the Australia-New Zealand Association of Theological Schools (ANZATS) which will be held in New Zealand on July 1-3. https://www.carey.ac.nz/events/anzats-2019/call-for-papers/
The 9th Biennial Conference of the Ecclesia of Women in Asia sends out this Call for Papers on the theme: Displacement and Disqualification: Its Surfaces and Silhouettes
Abstracts of some of the paper presentations for EWA 8 Mary Yuen: Hong Kong Food Security and Food Waste: Reflection from Laudato Si and Ecofeminist Perspective In this paper, I will examine the social phenomenon of food security and food waste and its root causes. I will offer theological reflection with insights from Pope Francis’ … Continue reading Abstracts for EWA 8