Godfull: Shape Shifting God as Queer
(with Carlos Motta)
Fri., April 12, 7pm-11pm
James Memorial Chapel at Union Theological Seminary
3041 Broadway (at 121st Street), Manhattan
Free admission: RSVP Online
Godfull: Shape Shifting God as Queer is a performative symposium convened by artist Carlos Motta and minister Jared Gilbert featuring performative lectures and performances by a group of academics, activists, artists and theologians to explore the intersections of queer politics, spirituality and social justice.
Godfull: Shape Shifting God as Queer explores queerness as a constant force of disruption in theology and sexual politics. The participants speak of a "queerness" in theology that is particular and explicit of the queer body, a "queerness" that represents a constant pursuit of new social and spiritual revelations through deviant, subversive and indecent affirmations that will continue to challenge repressive notions of morality and respectability.For complete information, click here.