19 News Items Tagged 'Ethics'

Mark Jordan, Prominent Scholar of Ethics, Gender Studies, and Theology, to Return to HDS
12.11.2013 News Story

A prolific and wide-ranging scholar, Mark Jordan will return to the HDS faculty in the summer of 2014.

A Conversation with President Drew Faust and Dean David Hempton
05.06.2013 Video

Harvard President Drew Faust and Dean David Hempton discuss the role of religious studies and spiritual life at Harvard and beyond.

Value Investor
04.24.2013 News Story

HDS alumna Katherine Collins connects investing with people, ethics, and environment.

City of 201 Gods: Ilé-Ifè in Time, Space, and the Imagination
04.11.2013 Video

A panel discussion held April 11 on the book City of 201 Gods: Ilé-Ifè in Time, Space, and the Imagination, by HDS professor Jacob Olupona.

Distinguished Gentleman
04.05.2013 News Story

For nearly a decade, one of HDS's most trusted advisers, Bill Rainer, has served the School as a member and chairman of the Dean's Council.

To Forgive Is Human: Jewish Reflections on the Meaning and Practice of Forgiveness
04.04.2013 Video

Forgiveness is one of life's most persistent and perplexing moral questions. On April 4, Louis Newman delivered the List Fund for Jewish Studies Lecture at HDS.

Jordan Selected as Luce Fellow in Theology for 2011-12
03.15.2011 News Story

Mark D. Jordan, Richard Reinhold Niebuhr Professor of Divinity, has been named one of seven Henry Luce III Fellows in Theology for 2011-12. The announcement was made in...

Ethics of Bewilderment
05.18.2009 Video

This lecture was the culminating address in the year-long CSWR series "Moral Worlds and Religious Subjectivities".

A Natural Progression
05.09.2009 News Story

It is often said that history's most distinguished entertainers were "born in the theater," and that world-class athletes like Mickey Mantle and Tiger Woods grew up with bat or club in hand.

Buddhist Thoughts on Intention
03.16.2009 Audio

A presentation by Maria Heim, Associate Professor of Religion, Amherst College. Response by Jonathan Schofer, Associate Professor of Comparative Ethics, Harvard Divinity School.