Program

Sala Paladin, Palazzo Moroni, Padova

June 7, 2012

9.30 Welcome speech by public authorities

 

Major of Padova - Flavio Zanonato

Cariparo Foundation - Antonio Finotti

Ghanaian Ambassador in Italy - Her Excellency Mrs. Evelyn Anita Stokes-Hayford

University of Padova - Vincenzo Milanesi

University of Bologna - Raffaele Milani

 

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Introduction and presentation of the conference

Enzo Pace and Annalisa Butticci

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10.00 Pentecostalism and Global Religiouscapes

Key notes addresses

Peggy Levitt, Wellesley College, USA

Paul Freston, Balslillie School of International Affair, Canada

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 13.00 Lunch

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15.00 The African Pentecostal Diasporas in Italy

Presentation of the research

Enzo Pace and Annalisa Butticci, University of Padova, Italy

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Documentary screening

African Pentecostal Churches in Italy

By Annalisa Butticci and Andrew Oghenerukewe Esiebo

Discussants:

Dario Da Re,  Multimedia Center, University of Padova

Matthews Ojo,  Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria

Oyeronke Olademo, University of Ilorin, Nigeria

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19.00 Photographic Exhibition opening

Na God!

Aesthetics of African Charismatic Power

By Andrew Oghenerukewe Esiebo

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June 8, 2012 – Sala Paladin, Palazzo Moroni, Padova

9.30 Pentecostalism and the Reshaping of Urban Spaces

Key note address

Sebastien Fath, CNRS, France

Moderator: Raffaele Milani, University of Bologna, Italy

Respondents:

Guido Moretti, University of Bologna, Italy

Paolo Ricca, Waldensian Faculty of Theology in Rome, Italy

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Coffee break

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11.30 Panel I – Aesthetics of Religion in Global Cities

Chair: Pino Lucà Trombetta, University of Bologna, Italy

 

 

Richard Burgess, University of Birmingham, UK

The use of architectural space by Nigerian Pentecostals in Lagos and London:  the case of House on the Rock

 

Vicki L. Brennan, University of Vermont, USA

“Make a joyful noise unto the Lord”: Pentecostal Soundscapes and Public Christianity in Lagos, Nigeria

 

Danny McCain, University of Jos, Nigeria

Addressing Urban Problems through Kingdom Theology: The “Apostles in the Market Place” Model in Lagos, Nigeria

 

Marian Burchardt, Max-Planck-Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Germany

Spaces of Belonging, Salvation and Success? Habitations of Pentecostalism and post-apartheid Modernity in South Africa

 

Andreas Thorn, Örebro University, Sweden

The Pentecostal congregation’s place within the City. The case of Stockholm

 

 

Discussion

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 13.00 Lunch

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14.45 Panel II – Pentecostal Politics of Power

Chair: Paul Freston

 

 

Emanuele Fantini, University of Turin, Italy

Transgression and acquiescence: Pentecostal itineraries in Ethiopian public spaces.

 

Jiexia Zhai Autry, Institute for Global Engagement and George Mason University, USA

Miracles, Tongues and the Authetification of Faith: How the True Jesus Church Grows in Mainland China and Chinese Diaspora

 

Naar Mfundisi, University of Birmingham, UK.

“It is our Time to Shine!” Pentecostal/Charismatic Christianity and the Re-shaping of the Religious Culture in Lusaka, Zambia

 

Ibrahim Abraham, University of Bristol, UK

Pentecostal Punk Rock and Post-secular Translation

 

Discussion

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16.00 Panel III – Pentecostalism and Gender Politics

Chair: Oyeronke Olademo, University of Ilorin, Nigeria

 

 

Joy Kooi-Chin Tong, Indiana Wesleyan University, USA

Chinese Charismatic Churches and Female Leadership: A Case Study of Forerunner Christian Church in the US

 

Katharine L. Wiegele, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois, USA

Reshaping Philippine Civic Spaces:  Forces of Renewal in Politics, Gender and Citizenship

 

Rotimi Williams Omotoye, University of Ilorin, Nigeria

The History and Challenges of Women Leadership in Pentecostal Churches in Yorubaland, South-western Nigeria

 

Musa Ahmadu Barnabas Gaiya, Studies, University of Jos, Nigeria

Religion and Authority in A Nigerian Pentecostal Church

 

Discussion

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9 June – Sala Anziani, palazzo Moroni

9. 30 Panel IV – Pentecostal Politics of Expansion and Competition

Chair: Matthews OJO, Obafemi Awolowo Univeristy, Nigeria

 

Paolo Naso, University of Rome, Italy

Pentecostalism and Protestantism: dialogue or competition?

 

Alberto da Silva Moreira, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Goiás, Brasil

Expansion and diversity of Brasil Pentecostalism

 

Carmine Napolitano, Pentecostal school of Religious Sciences, Aversa, Italy

The Pentecostal movement in Italy

 

 

Special section

10.45 Sala Anziani – Palazzo Moroni

 

The Nigerian “Religious” Crisis

Musa Gaya

University of Jos – Nigeria

 

Matthews Ojo

Obafemi Awolowo University – Nigeria

 

Danny McCain

University of Jos – Nigeria

 

Moderator: Oyeronke Olademo – University of Ilorin – Nigeria

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