Women, religion and rights

In 2011, I attended and led a discussion group for the Carter Center’s Human Rights Defenders Forum, with the theme of Religion, Belief and Women’s Rights. ¬†You can learn more about that forum in my short post at the Immanent Frame. The Carter Center, along with its partners across the globe, sponsored a follow-up toContinue reading “Women, religion and rights”

Sexual assault, trauma and the brain

Last weekend I went to the annual meeting for the Society for Pastoral Theology (SPT), where along with my colleague and friend Abigail Holland Conley, I presented a workshop on gender-based violence, narrative and healing. ¬†During our workshop, we used interactive exercises to help participants to understand the barriers that survivors face when reporting orContinue reading “Sexual assault, trauma and the brain”