2nd Annual Peter Berger Lecture in the Comparative Study of Religion
- 5:00 pm on Thursday, November 8, 2012
- Contact Name:
- Sarah Hutchinson
Elizabeth Brusco will speak at the Second Annual Peter Berger Lecture in the Comparative Study of Religion. Her lecture is titled "Barred from the Pulpit, Absent from the Stage, and Missing in the Analysis: Why We Must Keep Women in the Foreground in Understanding Global Pentecostalism". Professor Brusco, Professor of Anthropology at Pacific Lutheran University, published a book on the evangelical movement there entitled "The Reformation of Machismo" (Univ. of Texas Press 1995). She has also written on gender roles in Colombia and religious persecution in that country. This lecture series is cosponsored with the School of Theology and in association with the Departments of Anthropology and Sociology.