“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»

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