African Female Theologians Telling Stories ‘Connected but Disconnected’

22 June 2021

African Female Theologians in Europe (A.F.T.E.) invites you to a first of its kind symposium under the theme 'Connected but Disconnected'. The symposium will critically explore how A.F.T.E. (and other outsider-insiders) negotiate the (dis)connections they encounter as they participate in Dutch and Flemish theological discourse. The event will bring together a range of scholars whose work engages and intersects with the aims and concerns of A.F.T.E.


  • Dr. Anne-Claire Mulder, Associate Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies Theology at the PThU
  • Dr. Johanneke Kroesbergen-Kamps, Post-Doctoral Researcher of Religion and Missiology at the University of Pretoria.
  • Dr. Heleen Joziasse, diaconal worker, STEK Den Haag 
  • Kenneth Vers Babel, Afro-Theologian, Paradigma Spiritual Counseling


  • Tabitha Poline Moyo, PhD student, ETF, Leuven
  • Shingirai Eunice Masunda, PhD student, PThU
  • Thandi Soko de Jong, PhD student, PThU

Participation an registration

Date: 22 June, 2021
Venue: Online
Register: please send an email to:


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