Date/Time/Location

AGIC 2016 – March 3rd, 2016

Panels’ Schedule 

 

  • 8:15 – 9:00
    • H-765   Registration and Coffee
  • 9:00 – 10:30
    • H-762:   CHANGING SPACES AND SPACE FOR CHANGE
      • David Mitchell, Embodiments of Absence: Sculptural Commemoration of Maria Theresa, Queen of France and Navarre.
      • Purna Roy, Analysing the Ritual of Vaibhav Lakshmi Vrata in Private Domestic Shrines by Hindu Female Householders: Gender and Identity Formation through Ritual Acts.
      • Evelyn E. Arhin-Sam, Nsukwakwa`s Healing Space: Gender Construction in Obosomase.
    • H-763:   SEX, THE SAVIOUR AND SATAN
      • Savannah Talbot-Kelly, Burning Desire: A Queer Reading on the Sexuality
        of Angels in Genesis 6:1-4.
      • Aaron Ricker, What Looking at the Son of Man’s Bustline Reveals.
      • Julie Morris, Dressing the Savior: Considering a New Notion of Gender Theory Through the Feminized Body of Christ.
    • H-767:   BODIES IN TEXT, AS TEXT
      • Claire English, Territorial Impairment in Prophetic Discourse: Body and
        Place in the Narrative of Jeroboam, 1Kg 11-14.
      • Etienne Bergeron, « Prenez, ceci est mon corps »: le sacre du corps
        homosexuel chez Mathieu Riboulet.
  • 10:45 – 12:45
    • H-763:   SPECIAL PANEL IN HONOUR OF PROF. BOISVERT
      • Meaghan Matheson, Sexual Violence on Campus and Pedagogical Opportunities: A Case Study in Teaching Sexual Violence in Biblical Sources through the Hypostasis of the Archons.
      • Daniel Saenz, Colonizing Bodies: The Visual Rhetoric of Masculinity in New Spain.
      • Anthony Easton, When I Get to the Border: Coteries and the Problems Public/Private Speech.
      • Cimminnee Holt, Satanic Total Environments: Playing with Art and Artifice.
  • 12:45 – 14:00   Lunch in room FA-202
  • 14:00 – 15:30
    • H-762:   IDENTITY TROUBLES IN THE MODERN WORLD
      • Lindsey Jackson, Covenant Without Cutting: An Alternative to the Ritual of Circumcision.
      • Parnia Vafaeikia, The Representation of the Feminine Body in Iranian Shi’a Jurisprudence.
      • Jason Steidl, Real Men Don’t Wear Pink: Rose-Color Vestments and Constructions of a Masculine Roman Catholic Priesthood.
    • H-763:   GLOBAL IDENTITIES AND GENDERED EXPERIENCES
      • Josée Roy, Contemporary Women’s Activism and Reform in Saudi Arabia.
      • Georgia Carter, Engaging with the Religious Other: The Significance of the Material Dimension of Religion within Interreligious Relations.
      • Marcel Parent, Global Constructions of Sexuality: Geopolitics, Identity and Experience.
    • H-767:   BODY TROUBLES IN THE ANCIENT WORLD
      • Daniel A. Giorgio, Bodily “μέριμνας” instances in Greco-Roman, Jewish
        and Christian Literature.
      • Heather Penner, Rotting Saints and the Power of Seeing.
      • Nathan Dyck, Coming into Being: Desire, Pleasure, and the Necessity of Female Orgasm for Conception in Late Antiquity.
      • Spiros Loumakis, Miasma and (Self-)Blinding: from Oedipus Rex to Apophthegmata Patrum.
  • 15:45 – 17:15
    • H-762:   OLD IDEAS, NEW DYNAMICS
      • Jocelyn Beaudet, The Sexual Self and attachment in Buddhism.
      • Adam Justin Smith, Undoing Interiority: Michel Henry, Jean-Luc Nancy, and the Question of the Body.
      • Paul Simionescu, The Dynamics of the Body and the Soul as the Paradigm of the Two Cities in Augustine’s City of God.
    • H-763:   THE BODY ON DISPLAY
      • Fanie Demeule, Profanation du féminin maternel et de sa lactation à travers la (re)mise en scène de l’allaitement dans l’autoportrait photographique de Catherine Opie.
      • Adam Beyt, The Trans-Aesthetics of Effy Beth: Perception, Self, and Embodiment.
      • Clinton Glenn & Tal-Or Ben-Choreen, In/Between: Challenging Gender(ed) Binaries in Contemporary Photographic Practices.
    • H-767:   GENDER IDEALS AND DIFFICULTIES
      • Gisoo Kim, Ned Flanders: The Ideal Christian Man.
      • Mathilde Vanasse-Pelletier, Le conservatisme chrétien, les rapports de genre et les médias : diffusion d’une vision alternative de la famille.
      • Irakli Japaridze, Female labor force participation and fertility differentials.
  • 17:30 – 19:00
    • H-763:   KEYNOTE SPEAKER & CLOSURE
      • Leslie Orr, The Temple as Body and Bodies in Temples: Architecture and Ritual in Medieval South India.
  • 19:00 – 21:00
    • H-765:   Wine & Snacks

 


 

  • Date: Thursday March 3rd, 2016
  • Time: 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • Keynote address: Prof. Leslie Orr, from 5:30 – 7:00 pm, Room H-763.
  • Location: Henry F. Hall Building,
    SGW Campus, Concordia University,
    ROOM H-765
    1455 De Maisonneuve W.
    Montreal, Quebec

Map of SGW Campus (PDF)  or find it on the Concordia Website.
A) Hall Building, 1455 Boulevard de Maisonneuve Ouest, Room H-765
B) FA Building, Department of Religion, 2060 MacKay, Room FA-202

 

3 thoughts on “Date/Time/Location

  1. AgbaJe November 4, 2012 / 10:20 am

    Can lecturer be part of this programme for paper presentation.

    • Webmaster November 4, 2012 / 1:52 pm

      You must be a graduate student currently enrolled in a university programme.

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