11 November 2015
15:00-18:00 Religion and subjectivity
- Hengameh Ashraf Emami. Paradox of Visibility (skype)
- José Mapril, Raquel Carvalheira. Recognizing secular and religious subjectivities: a comparison between Portugal and Morocco.
- Maria Sidiropoulou. Diasporic gender identities in a secularized context: Jews women in Greece.
- João Emanuel Diogo. Losing my gender: secularism and equality.
18:30-20:00 Keynote speech: Chia Longman
12 November 2015
9:30-11:30 Religion, public sphere and controversies
- Elisa Bellè, Caterina Peroni and Elisa Rapetti. One step forwards and two steps backwards? The Italian debate on secularism, heteronormativity and LGBTQI citizenship
- Kim Knibbe. Religion, sexual health and secularism: encounters in the African Christian Diaspora in the Netherlands
- Mia Lövheim. Gender, Religion and Secularity in Swedish Editorials
- Niki Papageorgiou. Secularization and Gender in Greece: the public discourse of the Orthodox Church
12:00-13:00 Religion, public sphere and dynamics
- Teresa Cal. Intercultural Dialogue : For a Mainstreaming Public Policy
- Yaghoob Foroutan. Gender Dynamics, Religion, Multiculturalism: Demographic Perspective on Europeans-Non-Europeans in Australasia
14:00-15:30 Religion and public education
- Maria João Cardona, Isabel Piscalho, Marta Uva, Teresa-Cláudia Tavares. The Impact of the Educational Guides Gender and Citizenship on the (self) reflection regarding teaching practices.
- Eduardo Dullo. A public controversy concerning women’s vocations: mother and/or teacher
- Semiha Topal. Female Muslim Subjectivity in Secular Public Sphere: Hijab and Ritual Prayer as “Technologies of the Self”.
16:00-18:00 Theology, Philosophy, Feminism and political theory in debate
- Naomi Goldenberg. What is this Slouching Toward Bethlehem? – Is it a New Feminist Defense of Religion?
- Marcela de F. M. Máximo Cavalcanti. THEOLOGY QUEER: an inclusive perspective of Christian faith
- Reflianto Muslim. A contemporary analysis: review of bad secularism to glorify women in Europe
13 November 2015
9:00-11:00 Practices, boundaries and archetypes
- Fadlan Khaerul Anam. Maryam, the Veil and the Question of Primal Father: The Reconciliation Between Islam and Psychoanalysis for Our Time.
- Anna Fedele. “Secular Mothers” Versus “Spiritual Mothers”: Anthropological reflections on the religious dimension of alternative mothering choices in contemporary Portugal
- Laura Hellsten. The power of rhythm.
- Stefania Palmisano. Less spiritual, more Catholic. Italian women on the public scene.
11:30-13:30 Religion, Politics and Women’s Agency
- Marziyeh Bakhshizadeh. Muslim women’s agency in secular society (skype)
- Daniela Cordovil. The agency of religious women: women of afro-Brazilian and pagan religions in the public space.
- Mariachiara Giorda. Religions and politics, Round trip: belonging is better than believing?
- Dulce Passades. Once upon a time a girl who wanted to be a president in Mozambique: citizenship, woman body and ethno-gender.
14:30-16:00 Keynote speech: Teresa Toldy
16:00-17:00 Concluding remarks