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January 18, 2024 JIRS Co-Produced Religions Webinar

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  • time Eastern Time
  • location Zoom
  • cost Free
  • organizer Hebrew College Miller Center for Interreligious Leadership & Learning
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The Journal of Interreligious Studies and Co-Produced Religions, co-sponsored by the Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton, USA) and the University of Bern (Switzerland), are hosting an interactive webinar with experts from history, religion, and theology.

Keynote: “Religious Co-production and its Potentials for History and Theology”

Katharina Heyden, Professor for History of Christianity and Interreligious Encounters University of Bern
David Nirenberg, Director and Leon Levy Professor Institute for Advanced Study Princeton

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Co-Produced Religions seeks to provide the foundations of a new history of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam as co-produced communities, a history that makes clear the many different ideas and ideals that each of these communities has formed, and continues to form, by interacting with or imagining the others.

The keynote will be followed by historical case studies of co-production from the ongoing research project. Following these two portions, the webinar will turn to theological responses and reactions, breakout sessions, and a Q & A.

Panelists presenting historical case studies
  • Maureen Attali: Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Bern (Switzerland)
    Jillian Stinchcomb: Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of Advanced Study (Princeton)
  • David Gyllenhaal: Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of Advanced Study (Princeton)
    Shlomo Zuckier: Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of Advanced Study (Princeton)
  • Jillian Stinchcomb: Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of Advanced Study (Princeton)
  • Shlomo Zuckier: Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of Advanced Study (Princeton)
Jewish, Muslim, and Christian Responses
  • Rachel Slutsky: Monsignor John Oesterreicher Visiting Assistant Professor of Jewish Studies and Jewish-Christian Relations in Antiquity, Department of Religion, Seton Hall University
  • Adam Gregerman: Professor, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, and Associate Director of the Institute for Jewish-Catholic Relations, St. Joseph’s University
  • Lailatul Fitriyah: Assistant Professor of Interreligious Education at Claremont School of Theology (California, USA)
  • Mohammed Gamal: Lecturer of Islamic theology and philosophy at the Faculty of Uṣūl al-Dīn, Al-Azhar University (Cairo); visiting fellow at the Department of philosophy, University of York, UK
  • Marianne Moyaert: Professor of Comparative Theology and the Study of Interreligious Relations at the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, KU Leuven, Belgium
  • Klaus von Stosch: Schlegel-Professor for Systematic Theology at Bonn university (Germany) and head of the International Centre for Comparative Theology and Social Issues