SCHEDULE

Tuesday

8.00 – Breakfast
9.00 – Welcoming: Néstor Míguez (ISEDET), Nicolás Panotto and Joseph Duggan (PN)
(GEMRIP)
Memorial panel: Néstor Míguez, John Hawley, Leopoldo Cervantes-Ortiz and Hugo Córdova Quero
10.30 – Néstor Míguez, “Socio-political context”
11.15 – John Hawley, “Grendel in the Cathedral: Queer Theology for Earth-Rim-Walkers”
12.30 – Lunch
14.0 – Presentations
• Leopoldo Cervantes-Ortiz, “Marcella Althaus-Reid: a post-modern, post-colonial and “post-liberation” theology” (on line from México)
• Vincent Cervantes, “Decolonizing Grace and Incarnation”
16.00 – Break
16.30 – Presentations
• Hugo Cordova Quero, “Coming of Age: A (Post) Colonial and Queer Contribution Towards the Deconstruction of the Notion of Minority”
• Adrian Emmanuel Hernandez-Acosta, “Queer Holiness and Queer Futurity”
19.00 – Dinner

Wednesday

8.00 – Breakfast
9.00 – Presentations
• Dan González Ortega, “Judges 19- An indecent re-reading based on a paradigmatic case in Mexico” (on line from México)
• Jorge Aquino, “Pussy Riot: The Indecent Theology Behind the New Russian Revolution”
10.30 – Break
11.00 – Presentations
• Daniel Jones, “Civil matrimony and religious blessing for same-sex couples in contemporary Argentina”.
• André S. Musskopf, “Her own received her not”. On the risk of colonizing the decolonized and the material conditions of persisting
12.30 – Lunch
14.00 – Group work. Conclusions
16.00 – Break
16.30 – Presentations
• Robyn Henderson-Espinoza, “Perversion, ethics, and creative disregard: indecency as the virtue to ethical perversion” (on line from United States)
• Gabriela González Ortuño, “Christian practice and thought from the place of un-being” (on line from México)
19.00 – Dinner

Thursday

8.00 – Breakfast
9.00 – Presentations
• Nicolás Panotto, “Perverting the foundations: epistemological challenges to the “corporeality” of Latin American theologies. Postcolonial and political perspectives.”
• Michael McLaughlin, “Marcella Althaus-Reid and Jean-Luc Marion on Erotic Desire and Love: A Brief Encounter”
10.30 – Break
11.00 – Presentations
• Emilce Cuda, “Identity as the search and creation of meaning through the discourse of the peoples.”
12.30 – Lunch
14.00 – Group work. Conclusions
16.00 – Break
16.30 – Presentations
• Oscar Cabrera, “Postcolonial Reading of the Story of Bartimaeus. Contributions to the deconstruction of the Guatemalan evangelical model”
19.00 – Dinner

Friday

Activity at Universidad de San Martín – Round table of dialogue about Latin American Postcolonial/Decolonial theories

Note: Breakfast will be served at ISEDET at 8 am but meals will be off campus.

Saturday

City tour

Note: Breakfast will be served at ISEDET at 8 am but meals will be off campus.

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