Susannah Cornwall will be giving presentations on intersex and theology, drawing on work from the Intersex, Identity and Disability project, in a few places over the coming months. These include:
LGCM (Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement) Annual Conference, Saturday 27th October 2012, RADA Studios, Chenies Street, London WC1E 7EX (conference booking page). Workshop title: "Intersex Conditions and LGBT Theologies: Exploring some Affinities and Tensions."
Yorkshire Mixtures Youth LGBT Youth Project, 6-8pm, Tuesday 30th October 2012, Young Batley Centre, Thomas Street, Batley WF17 8PR. Title: "LGBT, Intersex and Faith."
Systematic Theology research seminar, KCL (King's College London), 11.15am, Tuesday 27th November 2012. Title: "Intersex and Christology: How and Why Might it Matter Theologically that Jesus was Male?"
First and Third Club, University of Manchester, 1-2pm, Wednesday 5th December 2012. Title: "Questioning the Unquestioned: Researching Intersex and Identity in Religions and Theology".
Theology and Religious Studies research seminar, University of Chester, 2-4pm, Wednesday 30th January 2013, Hollybank, University of Chester. Title: TBC
She will also be chairing a panel at the CSCS (Centre for the Study of Christianity and Sexuality) Annual Conference, 11am-4pm, Saturday 16th February 2013, St Anne's Church, Soho, London.