New due date for abstract submission: September 24, 2021
Abstracts are still being accepted for an edited volume (under contract) on theology/ spirituality/religious studies and the works of Margaret Atwood.
Abstracts that discuss Atwood’s works with theological perspectives other than Christianity are especially welcome as are abstracts drawing from a range of traditional but also contemporary theologies, including: feminist theology; ethics and especially the ethics of care; constructive theology; political theology; ‘death-of-God’ theology; theo-poetics; theologies of race; LGBTQ+/ queer theology, and other approaches of radical theology.
The writings of Margaret Atwood are replete with explorations of theological topics, including (just a brief list of possibilities): meaning and order in the universe; mediations on human nature; Biblical motifs; anthropocentricism and the animal kingdom; eco-spirituality; gender and matters of identity (and meaning); death and rebirth; the question of evil and personal agency/free will. This CFP welcomes abstracts from newly-minted and independent scholars as well as established scholars and researchers.
Please send an abstract of no less than 350 words in a Word doc format and a current academic cv by September 24, 2021 to email@example.com Inquiries about the CfP should be emailed to the same address.
June-Ann Greeley, PhD
Dept. of Languages and Literatures
Sacred Heart University Fairfield CT