THEOLOGY IN THE CITY

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Theology in the City is an annual conference exploring contemporary issues through a multidisciplinary lens. Activities are varied and include lectures, roundtables, art installations, performance, storytelling and more.

 

It’s free and open to all.

 

In 2019, the focus was on resilience, hope, suspicion and fear and the ways in which these manifest in our urban areas.

2019 edition

The focus was on resilience, hope, suspicion and fear and the ways in which these manifest in our urban areas.

Read more about the themes and ideas explored in the 2019 edition:

  • Learning the Land: Walking the talk of Indigenous Land acknowledgements
    • In this article in The Conversation, Matthew Anderson (affiliate professor, Theological Studies) examines how settler groups can more deeply engage in Land acknowledgements.
  • Physical Recognition of the Land
    • This article in The Concordian profiles the students and faculty members who participated in a pilgrimage from Kahnawà:ke to Tiohtiá:ke. Along the nine hour trek (30 km), they shared stories about what brings people together, as well as their fears, hopes, and shared resilience.
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