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The Global South and the Conflict over Homosexuality in the Anglican Communion: A Critical Sociology Perspective

The Global South and the Conflict over Homosexuality in the Anglican Communion: A Critical Sociology Perspective
6 Hoskins Ave, Combination Room, Trinity College
Time: Apr 6th, 2:00 pm End: Apr 6th, 4:00 pm
Interest Categories: Sexual Diversity, Religion, Study of (FAS), 2000-
Talk by Christopher C. Brittan, University of Aberdeen

Institute for the Advance Study of Religion presents

The Global South and the Conflict over Homosexuality in the Anglican Communion: A Critical Sociology Perspective

Christopher C. Brittain is a professor in Divinity at Aberdeen University and holds the Chair in Social and Political Theology. He is a graduate of Trinity and the Toronto School of Theology, taught at the Atlantic School of Theology, and is an ordained minister in the Anglican Church. His publications include: Plague on Both Their Houses: Liberals VS Conservatives and the Divorce of the Episcopal Church USA (T&T Clark, 2015); "Homosexuality and the Construction of ‘Anglican Orthodoxy': The Symbolic Politics of the Anglican Communion," Sociology of Religion 72.3 (2011); Religion at Ground Zero (Continuum, 2011); Adorno and Theology (T&T Clark 2010).

This event is free and open to all. Registration is not required. Light refreshments will be provided.

For further information, please contact Abrahim H. Khan,  416-978-3039 or Donald Wiebe,  416-978-2567.

 


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