DRINK. PREY. LUST. Sexual Violence & the Book of Esther. Teach-in.
Posted by on Tuesday, February 24, 2015 in Past Events.
DRINK. PREY. LUST.
SEXUAL VIOLENCE & THE BOOK OF ESTHER
Tuesday, February 24
12:15-4:15 in Sarratt 189 (lunch served)
7:00 in Divinity 122
12:15 “NUDITY, DRUNKENNESS AND THE DEATH OF QUEEN VASHTI”
Nicholas Schaser, Ph.D. candidate, History & Critical Theories of Religion
1:15 “ATTEMPTED GENOCIDE? OR ATTEMPTED RAPE? FOR WHAT CRIME WAS HAMAN EXECUTED?”
Caryn Tamber-Rosenau, Ph.D. candidate in Hebrew Bible
2:15 “50 SHADES OF THE RABBIS”
Prof. Philip Ackerman-Lieberman, Assistant Professor of Jewish Studies and Law
3:15 “TAKING BACK PURIM NIGHT: JEWISH AMERICAN WOMEN AND THE RESCUE OF VASHTI”
Prof. Shaul Kelner, Associate Professor of Sociology & Jewish Studies
7:00 “HAREM TALES AND HORROR STORIES”
Prof. Amy-Jill Levine, Carpenter Professor of New Testament Studies and University Professor of New Testament and Jewish Studies
- Project Safe
- The Margaret Cuninggim Women’s Center
- Vanderbilt Hillel
- Baptist Collegiate Ministries at Vanderbilt Place
- The Office of the University Chaplain and Religious Life
- VDS Carpenter Program in Religion, Gender, and Sexuality
- Program in Women’s and Gender Studies