Religion Across Disciplines
A new initiative of the Graduate Division of Religion, the Laney Colloquium in Religion seeks to foster interdisciplinary conversation, teaching and research on issues that span the breadth of the GDR and connect deeply with other centers of inquiry across Emory University.
Every two years the Laney Colloquium will take on a particular theme that cuts across theoretical, methodological, and disciplinary divides in the study of religion. The current theme is Global Religious Circuits. Look to the right to see what we have in store for this semester.
Lectures planned for 2017-18: Please save the date.
October 2, 12:00-1:30pm
"Translating Global Feminisms"
Kwok Pui Lan, Visiting Distinguished Professor of Theology
Bobbi Patterson, Professor of Pedagogy
Joy McDougall, Associate Professor of Systematic Theology
Aalekhya Malladi, Ph.D. Candidate, GDR
Panelists will speak about difficulties encountered when feminist ideals are applied in new cultural and global contexts. Lunch will be provided for those who register by September 25, 2017. Please register here.
November 7, 12-1:00pm
"Doing Translation in the Museum"
March 6 & 7
Lammin Sanneh, D. Willis James Professor of World Christianity, Divinity School; Professor of History, Yale University
April 2018: Issues in South Asian Translation: A Colloquium in Honor of V. Narayana Rao, Visweswara Rao and Sita Koppaka Professorship
in Telugu Culture, Literature and History, Emory University