314 News Items Tagged 'Faculty News and Research'

Faith and Free Markets
04.14.2014 News Story Harvard Gazette

HDS professor Charles Stang on how Christians can balance their religious values with a capitalist system that aims to maximize wealth.

Testing Indicates "Gospel of Jesus's Wife" Papyrus Fragment to be Ancient
04.10.2014 News Story

Scientific testing indicates a papyrus fragment containing the words, "Jesus said to them, my wife" is an ancient document, dating between the sixth to ninth centuries CE.

Memorial Minute for François Bovon
04.09.2014 News Story

HDS professors Karen L. King and David D. Hall paid tribute to their late friend and colleague at a recent faculty meeting.

Do More, or Do Better?
04.04.2014 News Story Harvard Gazette

HDS professor Emily Click on how faculty, students, and alumni from across Harvard engage with public service.

Catherine Brekus, Distinguished American Religious Historian, to Join HDS
03.10.2014 News Story

Award-winning author and scholar will enhance School's offerings in gender studies, American religion.

From Medieval Sankore to Modern Say: Islamic Institutions of Higher Learning in Africa in Historical and Comparative Perspective (Video)
03.06.2014 News Story

Professor Ousmane Oumar Kane delivered the inaugural Prince Alwaleed bin Talal lecture on March 6, 2014.

The Muslims Rarely Heard
03.03.2014 News Story

Ahead of the inaugural Alwaleed Lecture, Ousmane Kane discusses his work and research and the transformation of Islamic identities.

Faith as Fountainhead
02.24.2014 News Story

Religion can help drive real-world, grassroots organizing, panelists say.

Women Leaders Gather at HDS for National Leadership Conference
02.21.2014 News Story

More than three dozen women leaders in religion, academia, business, and many other fields gathered to discover the latest research from the WSRP.

Crossing the Border
02.19.2014 News Story

In trip to US/Mexico border, Harvard and HDS students explore the contemporary dimensions of immigration.