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Join our next seminar: Women in Science-Engaged Theology

 Helen Billam

Panel Discussion: Women in Science-Engaged Theology

Wednesday 1st May 2024 at 4pm BST

We are delighted to be joined by four panellists who will share their experiences of being a woman in the field of science-engaged theology.

Sign up at tinyurl.com/eclas-seminars. The Zoom link will be emailed on the day.


Speakers

Prof Chris Done, Dept. of Physics, Durham University
Prof Done is a rocket scientist and has worked at NASA and with the Japanese space agency.

Dr Loreen Maseno, Maseno University, Kenya
Dr Maseno has published on a wide range of topics, including food, gender and spirituality.

Dr Sarah Qidwai
Dr Qidwai is an ECLAS post-doctoral researcher working on the Narratives of Science and Theology project in the Dept. of Sociology, University of York.

Bishop Marty Stebbins
Bishop Marty is the first female bishop of Montana. She holds a doctorate in veterinary bacteriology and has taught in North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine.

ECLAS seminars are a one-off opportunity to hear from speakers at the leading edge of science-engaged theology across diverse contexts: geographic, cultural, and theological. These free online events are open to all interested in the area.

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