The Summer Institute on Theology and Disability brings together academics, theologians, practitioners and others—people with and without labeled disabilities—to explore the inclusive intersections of theology and disabilities. Founded in 2010, the Summer Institute is led by Bill Gaventa and a group of core faculty including Hans Reinders, John Swinton, Tom Reynolds, Amos Yong, Erik Carter, Darla Schumm and Julia Watts Belser. Presented by Bethesda, this international and increasingly multi-faith annual event creates a significant space for thought-and-practice leadership in the growing arena of theology and disability.
The 2015 Summer Institute on Theology and Disability will be in Atlanta, May 26-29, hosted by The Center for Leadership in Disability, School of Public Health, Georgia State University.
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The 2016 Summer Institute on Theology and Disability will be hosted by Western Theological Seminary and Hope College in Holland, Michigan, May 23-26.
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