136 News Items Tagged 'CSWR'

Divine Law: A Tale of Two Concepts and Three Responses (Video)
03.03.2014 News Story

On March 3, 2014, Professor Christine Hayes was a featured speaker at the Center for the Study of World Religions.

Finding Altruism in China: The Confucian Corpus and the Quest for Universal Benevolence (Video)
02.25.2014 News Story

The CSWR sponsored this discussion by Berkeley's Mark Csikszentmihàlyi on altruism in China.  

Faith-Based Community Organizing: How Working with the Religious Other Can Save the World (Video)
02.19.2014 News Story

On February 19, 2014, the Center for the Study of World Religions sponsored a panel discussion about faith-based community organizing.

Mountain Monasteries and Metropolitan Meditation Centers: A Century of Buddhist Propaganda in Modern Korea (Video)
02.10.2014 News Story

Mark Nathan, Assistant Professor of History and Asian Studies at the University of Buffalo, was a recent guest speaker at the CSWR.

HDS Faculty Remember Nelson Mandela
12.13.2013 News Story

Members of the Faculty of Divinity share their thoughts on Nelson Mandela's life and legacy.

Fertility and Jewish Law: Feminist Perspectives on Orthodox Response Literature (Video)
12.11.2013 News Story

On December 11, 2013, the CSWR hosted a talk by Professor Ronit Irshai about fertility and Jewish law.

A Discourse on the Valorization of the Colonial Koryo Canon (Video)
12.10.2013 News Story

Professor Hwansoo Ilmee Kim recently spoke at HDS on the valorization of the colonial Koryo Canon (Koryo Taejanggyong).  

The Science of Spiritual Care
12.10.2013 News Story

HDS student Parameshwaran Ramakrishnan is carving out a career at the juncture of medicine and spirituality.

What Can the Christian Category of Natural Theology Tell Us About Islam? (Video)
11.24.2013 News Story

Robert Morrison, Associate Professor of Religion at Bowdoin College, recently spoke at CSWR.

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.