CSR Symposium on Religion and Sexuality Post-Obergefell

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OSU Faculty Club
October 21, 2016
2:30PM - 5:30PM
Location
OSU Faculty Club, Grand Lounge

Date Range
Add to Calendar 2016-10-21 14:30:00 2016-10-21 17:30:00 CSR Symposium on Religion and Sexuality Post-Obergefell Please join The Center for the Study of Religion at The Ohio State University for a Symposium on Religion and Sexuality Post-Obergefell. Last year’s Supreme Court ruling that requires states to allow same-sex marriages is just one signal milestone in changing civil law concerning marriage and sexuality. How are participants in the religious tradition(s) you study engaging with this new civil environment? What resources does the tradition offer to adherents to adapt to and/or resist the changing social and legal context? What do you see happening in the next few years? The event will be held in the OSU Faculty Club's Grand Lounge. The Faculty Club is marked with a blue arrow in the map to the left. Directions and information on the Faculty Club can be found here. SpeakersDavid Brakke (History) will act as respondent for the four presentations. The symposium is free and open to the public!“Neither Male nor Female: Evangelicals, HB2, and Trans Rights in Post-Obergefell America”Amy DeRogatis, Michigan State University      “The End of Days, the Making of Christian Martyrs, and the Criminalization of Christianity: The Culture Wars in a Post-Obergefell America”Julie Ingersoll, University of North Florida      “Same Sex Marriage in Judaism: Some Legal and Mystical Perspectives”Shaul Magid, Indiana University      “The Changing Fiqh of Islam on Sexuality and Marriage”Khaleel Mohammed, San Diego State University  OSU Faculty Club, Grand Lounge Center for the Study of Religion religion@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Please join The Center for the Study of Religion at The Ohio State University for a Symposium on Religion and Sexuality Post-Obergefell. Last year’s Supreme Court ruling that requires states to allow same-sex marriages is just one signal milestone in changing civil law concerning marriage and sexuality. How are participants in the religious tradition(s) you study engaging with this new civil environment? What resources does the tradition offer to adherents to adapt to and/or resist the changing social and legal context? What do you see happening in the next few years?

 


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The event will be held in the OSU Faculty Club's Grand Lounge. The Faculty Club is marked with a blue arrow in the map to the left. Directions and information on the Faculty Club can be found here


Speakers

David Brakke (History) will act as respondent for the four presentations. The symposium is free and open to the public!

Amy DeRogatis
“Neither Male nor Female: Evangelicals, HB2, and Trans Rights in Post-Obergefell America”
Amy DeRogatis, Michigan State University
 
 
 
 
 
 
Julie Ingersoll
“The End of Days, the Making of Christian Martyrs, and the Criminalization of Christianity: The Culture Wars in a Post-Obergefell America”
Julie Ingersoll, University of North Florida
 
 
 
 
 
 
Shaul Magid
“Same Sex Marriage in Judaism: Some Legal and Mystical Perspectives”
Shaul Magid, Indiana University
 
 
 
 
 
 
Khaleel Mohammed
“The Changing Fiqh of Islam on Sexuality and Marriage”
Khaleel Mohammed, San Diego State University