European Women’s Theological Research Network10/09/2018
Politics of Identities, Ethics and Reconciliation (PIER)10/03/2019
Megan, a PhD candidate in the Department of Religion and Theology, presented a methodological paper on her research with queer clergy in the Methodist Church of Southern Africa. In her presentation she draws on the broader scholarship in social science which has theorised queer methodologies in order to theorise what it might mean to employ a queer methodology in research on religion and sexuality. Robertson analysed her own experiences in the field and explored four theoretical considerations which were important in queering the methodology in her work namely, Performativity, Co-Production, the Ethnographic Field and Activism.