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- Jennifer Barry Quoted in Daily Beast ArticleAssistant Professor of Religion Jennifer Barry was recently interviewed and quoted in the online news and opinion site the Daily Beast. The article is titled, "Egeria, One of Christianity’s First Female Pilgrims, Was a Badass" and written by Candida Moss (the Edward Cadbury Professor of Theology at the University of Birmingham,... Read more »
- Barry Presents at International Conferences in United KingdomJennifer Barry, Assistant Professor of Religion at the University of Mary Washington, recently attended three conferences and one workshop in the United Kingdom. Barry was invited to present a paper at the Birkbeck Institute, University of London for the "Exiles, Sanctions and Punishments in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle... Read more »
- Barry Presents on Gender ViolenceJennifer Barry, assistant professor of religion, presented a portion of her recent work at the Women's and Gender Studies Brown Bag lunch on Wednesday, Jan. 24. The talk was the result of her Faculty Research Grant awarded for the 2017-2018 academic year. Barry's next major book project is on male fantasies of gender... Read more »
- Barry Publishes Article on Exile in Early ChristianityJennifer Barry, Assistant Professor of Religion, has published an article titled “Receptions of Exile: Athanasius of Alexandria’s legacy,” in the collected volume Clerical Exile in Late Antiquity edited by Julia Hillner, Joerg Ulrich and Jakob Engberg. This article is the result of a pre-arranged collaborative project held at the International... Read more »
- Barry Presents at Society of Biblical Literature & American Academy of ReligionJennifer Barry, Assistant Professor of Religion, recently presented two invited papers at the annual conference of the Society of Biblical Literature and American Academy of Religion in San Antonio, Texas. In the pre-arranged session Construction of Christian Identities, the first paper touched on new theoretical methods for assessing early Christian identity and was built... Read more »