In September 2012, Susannah Cornwall of the Lincoln Theological Institute will visit the USA to give a series of lectures and presentations on intersex and theology, and to talk about the Intersex, Identity and Disability project to academics, clergy and seminarians.
The itinerary for this visit is as follows:
5th September: Class on intersex and queer liturgies at Harvard Divinity School.
6th September, 7pm: Event at Harvard Divinity School: "Considering Intersex and Identity in Community Life: Opportunities and Challenges for Faith Communities". This will be followed by a discussion moderated by Sharon Fennema and Cameron Partridge.
7th September, 3-5pm: Panel on intersex and transgender theologies at Episcopal Divinity School, organized in association with Boston Theological Institute and the Lincoln Theological Institute. Co-panellists: Megan DeFranza, Cameron Partridge and Iain Stanford. Chair: Patrick S. Cheng.
10th September: Class on interpreting the body at Church Divinity School of the Pacific.
11th September, 6.30pm: Third annual Georgia Harkness Lecture at the Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies in Religion and Ministry, at the Pacific School of Religion: "Asking About What is Better: Intersex, Disability and Inaugurated Eschatology".
12th September: Lunchtime discussion with Women's Studies in Religion group at Church Divinity School of the Pacific.
Update: Kwok Pui-lan, William F. Cole Professor of Christian Theology and Spirituality at Episcopal Divinity School, has written an account of the Intersex and Transgender Theologies panel which took place there on 7th September. This can be found at her own blog and also at 99brattle, the Episcopal Divinity School blog. The panel was also recorded, and the recording will be made available via the EDS website in due course.