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PANAAWTM 33rd ANNUAL CONFERENCEpanaawtm save date 2018
“Embodied Selves: Inter-religious Engagements”

April 12-14, 2018
Chapman University (Orange, CA)

Program Presenters: Rita Nakashima Brock, Young Lee Hertig, Jane Iwamura, Debra Lee, Cisa Payuyo, Najeeba Syeed


  1. Proposals for workshops for Friday afternoon, April 13, 2018. These can be on social issues, activism, creative sessions, liturgical resources, self-care, performance, etc. on the theme of the conference, Embodied Selves: Inter-Religious Engagements.Workshops will be 1½ hours in length.
  2. Proposals for graduate student presentations for Friday afternoon, April 13, 2018. This will be a new workshop to provide opportunities for graduate students to present their work with mentorship by faculty advisors. Graduate students presentations will be about 20 minutes each with 10 minutes of feedback.

Proposals for workshops and for graduate student presentations should be no more than 300 words providing the details of your workshop or your paper, and include a 100-word abstract. It should include your name, institution, degree program (if a graduate student) and your contact information. Indicate whether you will be requiring A/V equipment or special set up.

Proposals and inquiries should be addressed to panaawtm@gmail.com by January 15, 2018.


Our Newest Book

9780664263324_cov.inddThis book is coedited by Su Yon Pak and Jung Ha Kim, entitled Leading Wisdom: Asian and Asian American Women Leaders (Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 2017). The book presents narratives of leadership experiences in the fields of social activism, parish ministry, teaching, U.S. Army chaplaincy, religious history, Christian denominational work, theology, nonprofit organization, theological social ethics, clinical spiritual care education in healthcare systems, and community organizing.


Our Anthology

booksWe have published an anthology entitled Off the Menu: Asian and Asian North American Women’s Religion and Theology (Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, 2007).



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