Hermeneutics of the Feminine
Hermeneutics of the Feminine: Recovering the Value of Women's Religious Writings in the Long Reformation
Date: March 19th
Time: 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Location: Sheraton Hall
This lecture, given by Carme Font, a specialist in 17th-century literature, examines the methodology of textual recovery and interpretation of women’s religious writings in the Long Reformation. Taking 17th-century women’s prophecy in Britain as a case study within the dominant linguistic culture of the Reformation, we will look into the practice of recovering, interpreting and retrieving the value of women’s intellectual contributions in their contemporary theological debates.