Presented by the Women’s Studies in Religion Program, these five new research associates for 2021-22 shared their thoughts on the ethical responsibility of scholars to be engaged in the study of gender.
Five new Research Associates will join the Women’s Studies in Religion Program at HDS to work on book-length projects during the 2021–22 academic year. By bringing together scholars from different disciplines and research areas, commonalities in religion and gender emerge.... Read more about WSRP Announces 2021–22 Research Associates
As part of the 2020-21 WSRP Lecture Series, Georgette Ledgister (Agnes Scott College), Visiting Lecturer on Women's Studies and African Religions, gave the lecture, “Gods, Guns, and Girls: Gender, Agency, and Spirituality in a Congolese Rebel Movement.”
While most accounts of war treat women solely as victims of violence, Ledgister's study focuses on a woman who rose to the highest ranks of the Mai-Mai Rebel movement in the Democratic Republic of Congo through a gender-defying engagement with ancestral power. (...