News & Events

Enchantment and Disenchantment in the Evangelical Tradition
11.29.2007 Video

On November 29, David N. Hempton, the first full-time McDonald Family Professor, delivered the address "Enchantment and Disenchantment in the Evangelical Tradition," a lecture commemorating the...

"Or What's a Heaven For?" Bioscience and the Alteration of Human Limits
11.08.2007 Audio

A lecture by Laurie Zoloth, director of the Center for Bioethics, Science and Society and Professor of Medical Humanities and Bioethics, Feinberg School of Medicine, and Professor of Religion,...

Between Hagiography and Slave Narrative
11.01.2007 Video

This lecture was delivered by Sue Houchins, PhD (Bates College), Woodrow Wilson Visiting Scholar.

Theorizing Race and Ethnicity in Theology and the Study of Religion Speaker Series
10.22.2007 Video

On October 22, Rudy Busto, MTS '82 and Associate Professor of Asian American/Pacific Islander & Chican@/Latin@ Religions in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of...

Faith and Feminicide in Latin America
10.16.2007 Video

Monica Maher, PhD (Union Theological Seminary), Colorado Scholar, Research Associate and Visiting Lecturer on Women's Studies and Ethics.

Who Is the Human in "Human Rights"?
10.04.2007 Audio

Abdullahi An-Na'im, Who Is the Human in "Human Rights"?

10.01.2007 News Story

Bernie Glassman is a man of many titles. He is an author, businessman, leader, and, of course, teacher. "I talk from inside," Glassman says. "I tend to teach more from who I am and...

Convocation 2007
09.17.2007 Video

On September 17, Anne Monius delivered the 2007-08 Convocation Address: "On the Question of Relevance: Why Twelfth-Century India and Haitian Voudou Matter."

09.15.2007 News Story

A Sermon by Kimberley C. Patton during HDS Orientation Week Noon Service, September 12, 2007.

07.10.2007 News Story

The Rev. Charles G. Adams, one of the most prominent and dynamic ministers in the United States, has joined Harvard's Faculty of Divinity.