Canadian Theological Society 2021 Annual Meeting

Unsettling Northern Relations
Monday, May 31 – Wednesday, June 2, 2021

The theme for the Canadian Theological Society for 2021 is “Unsettling Northern Relations.” As suggested by the Congress logo, this theme disrupts an unjust status quo by emphasizing “a symphony of voices, perspectives, ideas, communities and cultures coming together in harmony. A common University of Alberta symbol, bears moving together in the same direction communicate the concept of leading by example and being aware of the generational impact of our actions.” The pursuit of such an ideal comes with its own challenges. Considering that the Arctic North is one of the geographical areas most affected by climate change and a primary target for the expansion of capitalist exploitation of natural resources, this conference provides a unique opportunity to engage and learn with the diverse communities and environments that form the Canadian North, and build a sustainable and just future.

Final Program of the Annual meeting.

All members of CCSR-affiliated societies who are planning to attend the online sessions of the Congress are invited to join our Canadian Theological Society sessions at a reduced rate of $5.

To join us and get access to the appropriate links, please just check the retired/student/unwaged/rate on the Congress registration form.

 

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