“cristianesimo nella storia” seminar – stigma, discrimination, birth

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“Cristianesimo nella Storia” Seminar
7th-8th June 2021 – Bologna

Stigma, Discrimination, Birth
“Racism” and their Dis/Connection with the Christian Experience

 

  • Monday, 7th June | 14.30-18.30 

Gabriella Gelardini
Nord University Bodø, Norway 

“For it is not Right to Take the Children’s Bread and Throw it to the Dogs” (Mark 7:27b): Ethnic Tensions in the New Testament

Rita Lizzi Testa
Università degli studi di Perugia 

From Augustine to Gregory the Great: The Baptism of Conversion of the “Rustici”

Giulia Bonazza
Università Ca’ Foscari/ Columbia University

Slaves, Conversion and Skin Colour in Rome, 18th and 19th Centuries

Cecilia Cristellon
Goethe Universität – Frankfurt 

Matrimoni misti, corpo e contagio in età moderna

Miriam Franchina
Universität Trier 

Confessing Slaves in the 18th Century French Caribbean

  • Tuesday, 8th June  09.00-12.45 

Massimo Carlo Giannini
Università degli Studi di Teramo 

The Problem of Exclusion of non-White People from the Priesthood and Religious Orders in the Early Modern Catholicism(s)

Maria Teresa Fattori
Humboldt Universität – Berlin 

The Race of Slaves. Sacramental Practices for Slaves in the 18th and 19th Centuries

Matteo Caponi
Università di Genova/ Fordham University 

Anti-Black Racism, Prayer and Sainthood (19th-20th Centuries)

Christophe Chalamet
Université de Genève 

Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Theological Assessment of «Race»

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Presentation and discussion will be in English, French, German and Italian.
The Seminar will be held in remote, online registration is required 

Please register per @mail  writing to segreteria@fscire.it  by 6th June 2021 (13.00 CET) 

The link to remote participation will be sent to registered participants in the morning of 7th June 2021