American Academy of Religion

Prof Nadar co-presented a paper with Dr Fatima Seedat (UCT) on Teaching About Islam, Gender, and Women AAR Panel Session, “Between Boundaries: Holding a Space between Quran and Bible in a Feminist Classroom”.

#MeToo Tweets the Pastor

Research Methodological Concerns about the project, “The Role of Religious Leaders in Preventing and Intervening in Youth Partner Violence” - Interview with Dr Evelyn L. Parker

Noise complaint against District Six mosque shows increasing religious intolerance

As part of the centre’s commitment to interrogating the ways in which religion is involved and implicated in a variety of uneven power relations in society, we consciously work to bridge the gap between academia and civil society in productive and thoughtful ways.

Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians 5th Pan-African Conference

2 – 4 July 2019, Gaborone, Botswana

International Partnership Meeting

16-20 July 2019, Leeds University, Leeds

European Conference Of African Studies (ECAS)

11-14 June 2019, Edinburgh, Scotland

Reflections on Research Collaboration Trip to Cape Town

This report by an international visiting PhD student on her experience of the cohort supervision workshops as well as the other commitments of the Centre, captures the essence of our objectives and goals.

World Peace Convention

Prof Nadar was invited to be a plenary speaker at the 2018 World Peace Convention

#MeToo At What Cost?: The Role of Culture and Religion in Policing Women’s Voices and Bodies

First Annual Women’s Month Public Lecture: The Role of Culture and Religion in Policing Women’s Voices and Bodies