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Logia is an organisation within the Logos Institute which seeks to support women who are considering pursuing postgraduate Divinity education or who are already students or staff at this level.
As a part of the Logos Institute, we will be particularly interested in bringing the disciplines of philosophy, theology, and biblical studies into conversation. By equipping women at this level, more qualified women will be ready and able to enter the academy and the church.
This organisation is headed up under the direction of Christa McKirland.
Logia’s aims to highlight women’s excellence and to develop women’s excellence:
- By inviting staff to share their experiences and offer advice to budding scholars (Logia Connect).
- By providing a platform of visibility for women’s stories via ongoing Blog posts.
- By hosting seminars within the Logos seminar schedule featuring the work of outstanding women scholars.
- By promoting the scholarship of women through our Logia Resource Database.
- By featuring outstanding women scholars (both internal and external) as Fireside Chat speakers.
- By engaging diverse theological perspectives (womanism, political theology, eco-theology, etc.) through book studies.
- By creating contexts for women to meet for mutual support both personally and academically (Logia Excel).
- By facilitating mentorships between women MLitt/undergraduate and Ph.D. students (St Mary’s Mentoring Scheme).
- By addressing gender-specific barriers to women’s advancement through interactive workshops (“In This Together Workshop”).
- By providing avenues for women students to present research or run personalized workshops (Logia Annual Workshop).
- By creating spaces for networking women with each other, publishers, and men who want to support women in the academy and the church (i.e. Society for the Study of Theology, Institute for Biblical Research, Los Angeles Theology Conference, Logos Conference).
- By encouraging women from the majority-world to pursue further Divinity education and publication (“Prepare to Publish;” “Global Mentoring Scheme”).
- By equipping women pastorally including hosting Homiletics workshops to train women to preach.