Research

P1000981 Dr. Kate Ott conducts research on issues of sexuality (including reproductive ethics), children and moral agency, and topics in feminism in religion  including professional ethics.

Follow Kate on Academia.edu to view her most recent work.

 

 

The following speaking engagements, papers and articles reflect the most current writing projects.

Open Source Social Media and Feminist Values: Aligned or Maligned, Society of Christian Ethics, January 2014

Children as An/other Subject: Redefining Moral Agency in a Postcolonial Context in Journal of Childhood and Religion Volume 5, Issue 2 (May 2014). Peer Reviewed.

From Politics to Theology: Responding to Roman Catholic Ecclesial Control of Reproductive Ethics in Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion Volume 30 Number 1 (2014). Peer Reviewed.

Rules of Engagement: Romance and Hook-up Culture on College Campuses, Princeton University Campus Chaplaincy Presentation, Princeton, NJ

Over 40: What’s the Future of the Study of Women and Religion? Panel for Women and Religion Section American Academy of Religion, Baltimore, MD

Sex + Faith: Educating the Next Generation, Call to Action, Milwaukee, WI

Justice in Small Things: Empowering our Moral Imagination, Central Presbyterian Church of Atlanta All-Church Retreat, Montreat, NC