Following a turbulent time for contemporary feminism, Marika and Natalie invite debate on how Christian feminism should engage with issues around safe spaces, race, sex work, trans people, class, religion and sexuality.
Marika Rose is a theologian based at the CODEC Research Centre for Digital Theology. She writes and speaks on a range of issues related to theology, politics and digital technologies, including topics such as
Jesus and trolling, angels and cyborgs, and radical theology. She teaches at Durham University and is the reviews editor of the journal Theology and Sexuality.
Natalie Collins is a Gender Justice Specialist. She set up Spark (www.sparkequip.org) and works to enable individuals and organisations to prevent and respond to male violence against women. She is also the Creator of DAY (www.dayprogramme.org), an innovative youth domestic abuse and exploitation education programme and is part of the Christian Feminist Network collective. She speaks and writes on understanding and ending gender injustice nationally and internationally.