CFP 2nd Annual Accessing the Divine Conference - Interdependent Bodies: Disability, Creation, and Reimagining Relationality

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Call for Papers
March 3, 2023
Massachusetts, United States
Subject Fields: 
Religious Studies and Theology, Area Studies, Social Sciences, Humanities, Environmental History / Studies

Centered around the theme Interdependent Bodies: Disability, Creation, and Reimagining Relationality, the second annual Accessing the Divine conference on March 3, 2023 at Boston College School of Theology and Ministry in Chestnut Hill, MA invites participants to reimagine what it means to be human through the lens of disabled embodiment.

We welcome proposals on critical issues and themes from graduate students, faculty, religious leaders, activists, and academics in a variety of fields, such as disability theology, practical theology, liberation theology, systematic theology, comparative theology, religious studies, disability studies, area studies, sociology, ethics, psychology, and related subject matters. Proposals which consider methodological reflections on approaches towards disability, interdependence, and climate are also invited.

We welcome submissions in the following categories: Papers, Workshops, Artistic. If you have a proposal that does not fit in the above three categories, please suggest your proposal regardless.

Please email all submissions to by December 31, 2022, and indicate which category you are submitting under.

For more conference details and to view a formal call for papers, please see the Boston Interreligious Theological Consortium website here:

Contact Info: 

Boston Theological Interreliious Consortium 
PO Box 391069 Cambridge, MA 02139

T: 207-370-5275


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