Gender, Pentecostalism and Diaspora.¬†Subversions, inversions, redefinitions
Bergen, 12-14 March 2014
University of Bergen
Department of Social Anthropology
Workshop details here
|Just another UiB Blogs site|
Workshop details here
Rodolfo Maggio, PhD student, University of Manchester, has provided his updated survey of Pentecostal churches in Honiara. The list is intended as a resource for other researchers¬†to plan and conduct their research on the growing study of Melanesian Christianity. The survey is available here¬†Pentecostal Churches in Honiara – Survey 2013.
Missionaries, Healing and Sorcery in Melanesia: A Scottish Evangelist in Ambrym Island, Vanuatu
Knut Rio & Annelin Eriksen History & Anthropology 24(3) 2013, 398-418
Monday 9th ‚Äď Participants arrive in Bergen
1200-1300 Lunch and welcome – Presentation of GenPent research project – Annelin Eriksen
1300-1500 Presentation ‚Äď Naomi Haynes, University of Edinburgh – “Rethinking the ‘Gender Paradox’: Domestic Life and Pentecostal Ministry on the Zambian Copperbelt”
1000-1200 Presentation – Thorgeir Kolshus, University of Oslo – “The coming of age of the Clapping Church: Ritualized spontaneity and the gendered division of the labour of worship in north Vanuatu”
1300-1500 Presentation ‚Äď Rodolfo Maggio, University of Manchester – ‚ÄúMy wife converted me‚ÄĚ: Gender Relations,
Personhood, and Value in Pentecostal households in Solomon Islands”
1000-1200 Presentation and discussion of current research ‚Äď Ruy Blanes, University of Bergen
1300-1500 Presentation and discussion of current research ‚Äď Michelle MacCarthy, University of Bergen
1000-1200 Presentation and discussion of current research ‚Äď Juliet Gilbert, Oxford University
1315-1500 Department Seminar ‚Äď Naomi Haynes, University of Edinburgh
Anyone interested in attending one or more of these seminars, please contact email@example.com for more information and assigned reading lists.
Monday 8th 1000-1500: ‚ÄúComparison‚ÄĚ¬†Readings – (see Dropbox folder ‘Seminars 2013 #1)
Monday 15th 1000-1200: “Gender and Charisma: Identifying concepts and strategies for comparison” Readings – (see Dropbox folder ‘Seminars 2013’ #2)
Monday 22nd 1000-1200:¬†‚ÄúValue/values‚ÄĚ¬†Readings¬†– (see Dropbox folder ‘Seminars 2013’ #3)
Monday 29th 1000-1200: ‚ÄúReligion, gender and tradition” Readings – (see Dropbox folder ‘Seminars 2013’ #4)
Monday 6th 1000-1200: “Politics and Pentecostalism” Readings – (see Dropbox folder ‘Seminars 2013’ #5)
Monday 13th 1000-1200: Sites of newness/transformation/anxiety‚ÄĚ ‚Äď beyond mere reconciliation of tradition/modernity
Monday 20th 1000-1200:¬†TBC
The idea behind these will be to develop the group’s comparative framework for the study of gender and Pentecostalism in Africa and Melanesia. These seminars will be based on specific readings from the gender/Pentecostalism field which the group can critically analyze and debate. One person will chair each seminar, briefly providing an overview of the topic and summary of the readings, followed by discussion. All interested members of staff are welcome to attend.
The first 20 years of the European Society for Oceanists was held in Bergen over 4 intensive and exciting days. The GenPent project welcomed its new postdoctoral scholars, Ruy and Michelle, to Bergen for the first time and used the opportunity to discuss the future plans for the project. Annelin chaired a successful session entitled “The Gendered Power of the Church in Melanesia” and the project team participated in other sessions, with many prominent scholars present to share in ideas and make for a stimulating and productive week.
Special mention must go to the Bergen Pacific Studies research group who were instrumental in organizing such a rich event, described by all as “the most successful ESfO to date”.
Welcome to the new GenPent website! We hope this platform will provide both researchers and other interested parties the opportunity to share and develop information, ideas and understandings related to the comparative analysis of gender and Pentecostal Christianity in Africa and Melanesia. The project team welcomes any comment you may have. This site is in its early stage and will continue to develop.
Welcome to Gender and Pentecostal Christianity: A comparative analysis of Gender in Pentecostal Christianity with focus on Africa and Melanesia. This is an ethnographically grounded, globally comparative research project at the interfaces of culture, religion and political economy situated at the Department of Social Anthropology, University of Bergen.