Call for Proposals
This Group welcomes individual paper, papers session, or roundtable proposals in the following areas:
- Dual or multiple religious belongings (both Christian/non-Christian and dual/multiple identities within Christianity) and Christian identities in flux in World Christianity
- Native Christian elites in colonized or formerly colonized countries — attention to transnational networks among these elites is welcome
- How does a World Christianity perspective transform systematic theology? Papers are welcome with a methodological focus and/or a focus on specific subfields (Christology, ecclesiology, hamartiology, soteriology, theology of creation, etc.). What is the relation of a World Christianity perspective on systematic (or dogmatic) theology to already existing transformations wrought by ecumenical, comparative, contextual, liberation, postcolonial, feminist- and/or gender-conscious, queer, and missiological approaches to systematic theology?
- Migrations and/in World Christianity today
As always, we are particularly interested in methodological variety and innovation and in gendered perspectives.
This Group seeks to explore the intercultural, interconfessional, and interreligious dynamics of Christianity as a world religion, bringing into conversation scholars in the disciplines of history, mission studies, theology, sociology of religion, and religious studies.
Anonymity of Review Process
Proposer names are anonymous to Chairs and Steering Committee members during review, but visible to Chairs prior to final acceptance or rejection.
Tamilnadu Theological Seminary
Jane Carol Redmont
Method of Submission