Biuletyn Polonistyczny

Wydarzenie

Data dodania: 02.04.2019
Data wydarzenia: 09.04.2019 g.17:00

Wykład prof. Marianne Bjelland Kartzow „The Ambiguous Memory of Biblical Women: An Intersectional Approach to Sacred Texts” / spotkanie z cyklu „Duchowość kobiet”

Typ wydarzenia:
Spotkanie
Miejscowość:
Warszawa

Zespół "Archiwum Kobiet” serdecznie zaprasza na kolejne spotkanie z cyklu „Duchowość kobiet”. Tym razem gościć będziemy prof. Marianne Bjelland Kartzow z Uniwersytetu w Oslo, która wygłosi wykład zatytułowany „The Ambiguous Memory of Biblical Women: An Intersectional Approach to Sacred Texts” (wykład poprowadzony zostanie w języku angielskim).

„Women in the Bible” is a mixed category, including queens, prophetess, matriarchs, and foreign saviors, but also prostitutes, slaves, and poor widows. The selection of which women who have been remembered, however, is complex and changing over time. Gender in sacred texts have constructed and authorized cultural norms, and still do. A critical approach to gender constructions in biblical narratives and their receptions reveal clear intersectional tendencies: Slave women have been ignored and silent and modest women who do what they are told, have been preferred. If we look in the margins and read between the lines, we see a broader and more nuanced picture. The ambiguous memory of biblical women may have the potential of talking into and negotiate challenges and needs in our global world today.

Informacje

Adres:
Pałac Staszica, ul. Nowy Świat 72, sala 144, Warszawa
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