A new exhibit at the Oriental Institute takes a unique look at death, food and remembrance.
The Divinity Students Association (DSA), in partnership with the Grounds of Being Coffee Shop, has made a gift of $40,000 to the University of Chicago Divinity School for the purpose of enhancing the academic and personal welfare of current – and future – Divinity School students.
A new issue of Criterion, the Divinity School's journal, is now available. This issue includes tributes to Jean Bethke Elshtain (1941-2013), the 2013 Alumnus of the Year Lecture by Michael Kinnamon (MA'76, PhD'80), and a sermon by Reverend Larry Greenfield (DB'66, MA'70, PhD'78). The entire issue (and previous issues as well) is available online.
A new issue of Circa, the Divinity School's newsletter, is now available. News about our faculty and students, an interview with Professor Brook A. Ziporyn, and more. The entire issue (and previous issues as well) is available online.
The 518th Convocation will be held on Friday, March 21st; a live webcast will be available of the main ceremony. The Divinity School will hold a special graduation ceremony for the Divinity School community at 4:30pm in Swift's Common Room. All are welcome.
Volume 53 of History of Religions, edited by Divinity School faculty and published by the University of Chicago Press, is now available.
Loren Lybarger (UChicago Divinity PhD 2002) will deliver his Martin Marty Center for the Advanced Study of Religion Senior Fellows Symposium—"A Disenchanted Exile: Secularism and the Islamic Revival among Palestinian Immigrants in Chicago."
Volume 94 of The Journal of Religion, edited by Divinity School faculty and published by the University of Chicago Press, is now available.
Watch now: A Dean's Forum on Making Sense of Tantric Buddhism: History, Semiology, and Transgression in the Indian Traditions by Christian K. Wedemeyer, Associate Professor of the History of Religions.
Scholarship on secularism in the Middle East and South Asia has been radically transformed in the last decade, and continues to be one of the most innovative and creative, as well as challenging, areas of inquiry.