When: 6 - 7 August
Speakers: Lucy Peppiatt, Justine Toh, Brooke Prentis
Join us at the 2021 Evangelical Women in Academia Conference as we reflect on the theme of Persuasion: how God persuades us, persuasive trends in our world, and how we persuade others. We welcome women scholars, students, and professional and ministry practitioners to join us in person at Ridley College, or online.
The event will be fully online and will include presentations and discussions on persuasion through live performance and art. It will include keynote addresses from Lucy Peppiatt, Brooke Prentis, and Justine Toh, and panel conversations based on the elective papers.
Thirty elective papers from Australian and New Zealand women scholars in the evangelical tradition and selected panel conversations will be available for viewing online before the conference.
|Time + date||6–7 August
Friday night 7 pm – 9 pm | Saturday 9 am – 5 pm
|Speakers||Lucy Peppiatt, Justine Toh, Brooke Prentis|
Evangelical Women in Academia (EWA) Conference Website
This year, we are excited to launch the EWA Conference website! You can access information about the conference, view the conference paper presentations in advance and access the Livestream of the conference on the day.
Attendees are invited to pre-watch the paper presentation videos (available from 23 July) and leave comments and questions on the paper presentations through our website. Curated questions will be discussed in live panel discussion sessions on the day of the conference. If you’re attending virtually you can also post questions live during the main sessions which our moderators will collate for the speakers.
Password access to the website is given upon registration.
Several ticket options are available in order to accommodate a range of preferences, including:
At this stage, we are looking forward to people joining us in person at Ridley College for the conference. (COVID restrictions permitting). We will advise you of any change to this plan. You can find details of local accommodation options and all the conference information on the conference website.
Due to the privilege of technology, virtual attendance is available this year. All Saturday conference sessions will be live-streamed. When you register you will receive a password that you can use to access the Livestream on the day of the conference.
If you are unable to attend the main event in Melbourne, official conference hubs will be running in most capital cities around Australia! Each conference hub will Livestream the Saturday conference program and provide opportunities for you to interact with other local participants. You can access information to conference hubs in your area through the EWA website.