22 News Items Tagged 'World Religions'

Audio Feature: Fellowship of the Spirit
11.21.2013 News Story

In this audio feature, CSWR Acting Director Anne Monius talks about the Center's impact as a leader in the study of world religions for over 50 years.

Divination: Communicating with Divine Universal Energies
03.09.2012 Audio

This conversation was held at the CSWR and focused on historical and contemporary uses of divination and methods of divinatory practice.

Contours of Common Ground
03.09.2012 Video

Harvard's Pluralism Project and the CSWR at HDS hosted a panel discussion about what it means to build "common ground" in interfaith work.

Ten Questions with Diana Eck
12.02.2011 News Story Harvard Crimson

The Harvard Crimson spends 'Fifteen Minutes' with legendary HDS and Harvard Professor Diana Eck. 

Christian Meditation for Seekers
11.18.2011 Video

Roger Haight explained how the worldview of Ignatius Loyola shapes a particular approach to Christian meditation.

Class, Gender, and Culture
11.07.2011 Audio

Presentations by Judith Berling, of Graduate Theological Union, and Sophia Park, of Holy Names University.

Bringing Faiths Together
04.20.2011 News Story

On April 15-16, the Center for the Study of World Religions marked its 50th anniversary with a series of special events.

Toward a World Theology: Wilfred Cantwell Smith and the Center for the Study of World Religions
04.16.2010 Video

This lecture by Donald K. Swearer, Distinguished Visiting Professor of Buddhist Studies, Harvard Divinity School, and director of the CSWR, was part of the CSWR 50th Anniversary Symposium. An...

CSWR 50th Anniversary Symposium Panel Discussion on 'Center'
04.16.2010 Video

A panel chaired by Diana Eck, Harvard Divinity School, with Justin Ritzinger, PhD candidate, Harvard University; Diane Obenchain, Calvin College; and Scott Appleby, University of Notre Dame....

CSWR 50th Anniversary Symposium Panel Discussion on 'World Religions'
04.16.2010 Video

A panel chaired by Janet Gyatso, Harvard Divinity School, with Devaka Premawardhana, PhD candidate, Harvard University; Steven Hopkins, Swarthmore College; and Hent de Vries, Johns Hopkins...