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Chant Wars: A Medieval Musical Lecture and Performance
04.21.2003 Audio

The theme of "Chant Wars" is the famous ninth-century confrontation between the Carolingians and the various regional chant traditions they sought to replace.

04.19.2003 News Story

At a venerable private school in Massachusetts, some of the best and brightest seniors showed up recently for an advanced...

04.17.2003 Audio

This lecture was delivered by Brigid Sackey, PhD (University of Ghana), Research Associate and Visiting Faculty in Women's Studies and World Religions.

CSWR's Religions and Cities Seminars Feature Top Urban-Studies Scholars - City of Sacrifice
04.04.2003 Audio

On Friday, April 4, a panel of scholars addressed Davíd Carrasco's book, City of Sacrifice. The panel included: Charles H. Long, scholar of the History of Religions and African...

04.03.2003 Audio

This lecture was delivered by Elina Vuola, PhD (Academy of Finland), Research Associate and Visiting Faculty in Women's Studies and Religion and Society.

04.02.2003 News Story

Maria Schweinburg Grossmann—who was born in 1919 and who was librarian of Harvard Divinity School from 1965 to 1973 and from 1979 to 1986—died Monday, March 31, 2003.

03.13.2003 Audio

This lecture was delivered by Kelly Pemberton, PhD (University of California, Berkeley), Research Associate and Visiting Faculty in Women's Studies and World Religions.

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...