Ecclesia of Women in Asia

Forum of Asian Catholic Women Theologians

ECCLESIA OF WOMEN IN  ASIA 5th Biennial Conference (EWA V)

Wired Asia

Toward an Asian Feminist Theology of Human Connectivity

Archdiocesan Pastoral Centre

 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

6-9 November 2011

 

PROGRAMME

5 November 2011 (Saturday)

17.00               Arrival of Participants and Registration

18.00               Liturgy (Eucharist for Sunday)

19.00               DINNER

                        Informal introduction of participants

 

6 November 2011 (Sunday)

7.00-8.00         Breakfast

8.00-8.30         Welcome Address and Presentation of EWA/Programme:  Judette Gallares (EWA Coordinator)

 

8.30-9.10         Opening Ritual

9.15-10.00       Plenary ATake Back the Tech! Take Control of Technology for Women’s Rights

                                     Jac SM Kee (Malaysia)

10:00-10:30    Open Forum

10.30-11.00     TEA BREAK

11.00-11.45     Plenary BFrom Cyberchurch to Faith Tweets: Religion 2.0 on the Rise?

                                     Pauline Cheong  (U.S. – Singapore)

11.45-12:15     Open Forum

12:15-12:30    Reflection/Journaling

12.30-14.30     LUNCH 

AFTERNOON SESSION

HUMAN CONNECTIVITY: SPIRITUALITY IN AN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGICAL AGE

 

14.30-14.45     Shibashi 

 

14:45-14:55     Introduction to the afternoon programme

 

14.55-15.15     A Spirituality for an IT Age

                                    Amy Daniel  (Singapore)

 

15:15-15:20     Reflective time

 

15:20-15:40     Spiritual Praxis through Photography: Towards an Authentic Media Behavior

                                    Fu Lan Yap (Indonesia)

15:40-15:45     Reflective time

 

15:45-16:05     The ‘Atithi’ who Stayed: Cyberspace in the Family

                                    Astrid Gajiwala Lobo (India)

16:05-16:30     Q&A

16:30-17:00     TEA BREAK

17:00-17:45     Reflection/Journaling

                      Round-Table Discussion with the day’s paper presenters

17:45-18:30     Evening Prayer / Meditation on the day

19.00-20.00     DINNER

FREE EVENING

 

7 November 2011 (Monday)

7.00-8.00         Breakfast

8.00-8.30         Morning Ritual/Centering Prayer

8.30-8.45         Introduction to the Day

HUMAN CONNECTIVITY: RELATIONSHIPS

 

8:45-9:05        For Better or Worse: Migrant Women and Communication Technology

                                    Gemma Cruz (Philippines-Australia)

9:05-9:10         Reflective time

9:10-9:30         Just Relations in the Context of Internet Use by High School Girls

                                    Flora Carandang (Philipines)

9:30-9:35         Reflective time

9:35-9:55         The Impact of Mobile Phones on Women’s Identity: Theological Perspective

                                    Prasuna Gnana (India)

9:55-10.00       Reflective time

10.00-10.30     TEA BREAK

10.30-10.50    A Narrative and Socio-Rhetorical Analysis on Judges 4.17-24 in Relation to                      the "Terrain” of Twitter and Facebook

                                    Kristine Meneses (Philippines)

10.50-10.55     Reflective time

10:55-12:00     Q&A

 

12:00-14:30     LUNCH

 

AFTERNOON SESSION

 

HUMAN CONNECTIVITY: TIME AND SPACE

 

14.30-14.15     Shibashi 

14:45-14:55     Introduction to the afternoon programme: (Moderator)

14:55-15:15     Sacralizing Time and Space: Disciple SFX of Malaysia

                                    Sharon A. Bong (Malaysia)

15:15-15:20     Reflective time

 

15:20-15:40     Cyber Space: A Call to Create Space for the Emerging  New Consciousness

                                    Margaret Gonsalves (India)

15:40-15:45     Reflective time

 

15:45-16:05     Resistance/Collusion with Masculinist-Capitalist Fantasies? Japanese and

                      Filipino Women in the Cyber-Terrain"

                                     Jeane Peracullo (Philippines)

16:05-16:10     Reflective time

 

16:10-16:30     Q&A

16:30-17:00     TEA BREAK

17:00-17:45     Round-Table Discussion

17:45-18:30     Evening Prayer / Meditation on the day

19:00-20:00     DINNER

20:00-21:00     EWA IV BOOK LAUNCH : Astrid Lobo Gajiwala and Judette Gallares

 

8 November 2011 (Tuesday)

6:45-7:30         Breakfast

8.00-8.45         SKYPE PRESENTATIONS

                      1) Digital Revolution― Creating a Flat World for Asian Women!

                                    Virginia Saldanha (India)

                      2) Women in Cyberspace:A New Key to Emancipatory  Politics of Location

                                    Kochurani Abraham (India)

                      3)  Spirited Cyborgs

                                    Agnes Brazal (Philippines)

 

8:45-10:00       Q&A with Skype Presenters

10:00-10:30     TEA BREAK

 

HUMAN CONNECTIVITY: TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY

 

10:30-10:45     Introduction to the Day

 

10:45-11:05     Technology, Gender & Empowerment

                                    Shirley Soh (Singapore)

11:05-11:10     Reflective time

11:10-11:30     Theological-Ethical Challenges of Call-Center Jobs

                                    Jennifer Villagonzalo (Philippines)

11:30-11:35     Reflective Time

11:35-11:55     Q&A

 

12:00-14:30     LUNCH

AFTERNOON SESSION

 

14:30-14:45     Shibashi 

14:45-16:30     Open Forum with the Sisters of Islam

16:30-17:00     TEA BREAK

17.00-17.30     Reflection/Journaling    

17.30-18:30     Round Table Discussion

19:00-20:00     DINNER

20:00-21:30     CULTURAL EVENING

 

9 November 2011 (Wednesday)

7.00-8.00         Breakfast

8.00-8.15         Introduction to the Day

9.15-10.00       Welcome and Conversation with New Ph.D. graduates

10.00-10.30     TEA BREAK

10.30-11.00     Reflective Time on EWA V

                      Sharing of Evaluative Comments

11.00-11.15     Synthesis and Thanks

11.15-12.15     Concluding  Eucharist:  Fr. Clarence Dass, presider

12.30-2.00       LUNCH

Afternoon Session

Business meeting for past EWA participants

Election of Coordinating Team 

Meeting and Dinner of Past and Present Coordinating Team Members

 

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