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04.06.2006 Video

On April 6, 2006, Harvard University biologists, ethicists, and theologians discussed the intersections of their fields in this fourth event in a series of lectures sponsored by the Evolution and...

Toward a Theology of Sound: Drum Talk, Oricha Worship, and Other Ecstatic Phenomena
04.05.2006 Audio

Katherine Hagedorn is Associate Professor of Music and director of the Ethnomusicology Program at Pomona College. Her presentation was part of the CSWR World Religions Café series.

Emergent Asia: Whither Religion?
04.04.2006 Audio

A lecture by Chandra Muzaffar, Malaysian Islamic religious and political scholar; advocate for human rights; president, International Movement for a Just World (Malaysia); and author of ...

03.20.2006 Audio

This lecture was delivered by Jia Jinhua, PhD (City University of Hong Kong), Research Associate and Visiting Assistant Professor of World Religions.

03.20.2006 News Story

Although Henri Nouwen's stay was brief, his teaching at Harvard Divinity School changed the course of many lives.

03.20.2006 Video

A talk by Thandeka, Visiting Associate Professor of Theology at HDS, Senior Research Professor at Meadville Lombard Theological School, with respondents Ilene Stanford (ThD student in Religion,...

Touching the Depth of Things: Cultivating Nature in East Asia
03.18.2006 Video

Presented at the Ethics, Values, and the Environment conference.

Interiority Regained: Integral Ecology and Environmental Ethics
03.18.2006 Video

Michael Zimmerman is chair and Professor of Philosophy at Tulane University. His academic specialties include recent German philosophy and environmental philosophy.

A Walk on the Wild Side: The Idea of Nature Revisited
03.18.2006 Video

Presented at the Ethics, Values, and the Environment conference.

Ethics, Values, and the Environment Conference Welcome and Introduction
03.18.2006 Video

Daniel Schrag is Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Harvard University and director of the Harvard University Center for the Environment.