Gender in Religious Studies: The Experience of a Student

by Jonas Dyck, University of Heidelberg When I was offered to write something about my experiences with “gender” in religious studies, I was surprised by my own reaction to this offer. Not surprising was the mix of excited, joyful and nervous emotions I felt when I thought that strangers could read a text of mine. … Continue reading Gender in Religious Studies: The Experience of a Student

Teaching Gender and Religion: Some Reflections from Experience

by Judith Bachmann, University of Heidelberg Last semester, I finally dared to teach “gender and religion” in a course introducing students to the study of religion and intercultural theology. While not the lowest I had ever seen, attendance was quite low, but I was okay with that. I had just overcome a semester teaching a … Continue reading Teaching Gender and Religion: Some Reflections from Experience