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CSWR's Religions and Cities Seminars Feature Top Urban-Studies Scholars - Uncivil Religion in Ancient Jerusalem
02.21.2003 Audio

Dr. Steve Weitzman, Professor of Biblical and Early Jewish Literature and Religion at Indiana University, spoke on February 21 on the topic "Uncivil Religion in Ancient Jerusalem."

02.20.2003 Audio

This lecture was delivered by Paola Bacchetta, PhD (University of California, Berkeley), Colorado Scholar and Research Associate and Visiting Associate Professor in Women's Studies and World...

02.10.2003 News Story

Although Harvard Divinity School's Women's Studies in Religion Program has long welcomed scholars from abroad and scholars with international research interests, this...

02.07.2003 Audio

On February 7, Professor Lawrence Sullivan spoke on the topic of "The Ritual City." Dr. Sullivan is Professor of World Religions at Harvard Divinity School and Director of the CSWR.

02.06.2003 Audio

This lecture was delivered by R. Marie Griffith, PhD (Princeton University), Research Associate and Visiting Faculty in Women's Studies and History.

01.30.2003 News Story

Annemarie Schimmel, Professor Emerita of Indo-Muslim Culture in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, died on Sunday, January 26, in a hospital in Bonn, Germany, at the age...

01.15.2003 News Story

Dr. Robert A. Orsi, American religious history professor at Harvard Divinity School, was elected president of the American Academy of Religion for 2003.

01.10.2003 News Story

This discussion took place during the 2003 Dean's Weekend.

Acto de Memoria
12.05.2002 Video

Sculptor Doris Salcedo discussed this art piece in her lecture, "Making the 'Disappeared' Visible", on December 5, 2002. The animation is made available to the Center for the Study of World...

Making the "Disappeared" Visible
12.05.2002 Video

Colombian sculptor Doris Salcedo, a fall 2002 CSWR Religion and the Arts Initiative fellow, spoke about and showed slides of her work. She spoke as part of the Carpenter Center's "An Evening...