This 10-week online course offers a fresh perspective on gender and religion.

Taking an interdisciplinary and comparative approach, the course will examine the historical, theological, social and legal transformations in the ways gendered identities are constructed, practiced and negotiated in religious communities.

Ranging from feminist rereadings of canonical texts to everyday life issues, as well as legal issues around marriage and divorce, we draw on research-based insights as well as dynamic religious activists, to offer a varied picture of the ways gender and religion are practiced, negotiated and lived today.

For further information, contact Emma Harris at eth22@cam.ac.uk.