30/06/2019
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Religion and Public Life: Research Symposium

In June 2019, Dr Scharnick-Udemans was one of two international guests to present at a faculty and student research symposium hosted by the Centre for Religion […]
30/06/2019
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Sacred Sex, Sacred Text: Queering Religious Sexual Scripts in Transforming African Societies

Prof Nadar gave a public lecture at the Exeter Centre for Ethics and Practical Theology (EXCEPT), at the University of Exeter in June 2019. The title […]
30/06/2019

Sanctifying Sex: Exploring ‘Indecent’ Sexual Imagery in Pentecostal Liturgical Practices

In June 2019, Prof Nadar presented a public lecture at the University of Leeds, based on a paper that was co-authored with Dr Johnathan Jodamus. The […]
04/05/2019

Israeli Apartheid Week

The DTCRSJ held a joint event with the Palestine Solidarity Association (PSA) at the University of the Western Cape to observe the Israeli Apartheid Week and […]
04/04/2019

Christchurch Terror Attacks Victim Commemoration

On 15 March 2019, following the terrorist mosque attacks in New Zealand, the Desmond Tutu Centre for Religion and Social Justice invited the UWC community and […]
10/09/2018

European Women’s Theological Research Network

Prof Nadar presented a paper to the Greek chapter of the European Women’s Theological Research Network, ‘Negotiating the ‘F-words’ ‘- Faith’ and ‘Feminism’ in a post-apartheid globalized university’.
10/07/2018

Critical Times, Critical Race Symposium

The symposium, was significant for the Centre particularly for the ways in which the Centre frames its research within qualitative decolonial epistemological paradigms.
12/05/2018

Discernment and Radical Engagement

Prof Nadar co-presented a paper with Dr Jodamus at the 2nd annual Discernment and Radical Engagement (DARE) conference in Mexico City in May 2018
10/05/2018

Gender, Religion and Sexuality Conference

This conference hosted by the School of Religion, Philosophy and Classics at the University of KwaZulu- Natal aimed to bring together scholars and civil society, whose work touched on issues related to gender, religion, and sexuality.