Religion & Art Talks: Symbolism & Sacramentality

Arts Chaplaincy Projects presents:

Tina Beattie: Symbolism & Sacramentality
20 June 6pm UK time via Zoom

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Tina Beattie left her post as Professor of Catholic Studies at the University of Roehampton in August 2020. She continues in her role as Director of Catherine of Siena College, based at the University of Roehampton. Much of her research focuses on the relationship between the Catholic tradition and contemporary culture, particularly in areas to do with gender, sexuality and reproductive ethics; Catholic social teaching and women’s rights, and theology and the visual arts. She has a keen interest in Marian theology, art and devotion, and in the relationship between medieval mysticism, sacramental theology, and psychoanalytic theory. More recently, she is engaging in research into environmental theology in the context of Pope Francis’s 2015 encyclical Laudato Si’, approaching environmental issues from the perspectives of literature, poetry, art, music, gender theory and sacramentality.

This is the third in a series of Religion & Art Talks held in conjunction with Goldsmiths College. For further information please visit artschaplaincy.net/projects/