The Divinity School offers a variety of public lectures each quarter. Click here for the Winter Quarter line-up.
All are welcome at our Wednesday Lunch program. Sit at any table and join the conversation: the programs provide a unique opportunity for students, staff, and faculty to engage one another.
Honoring the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and reflecting on our collective responsibility to work towards a more equitable society.
Divinity School PhD candidate and current Marty Center Junior Fellow Philippa Koch has been awarded the Sidney E. Mead Prize by the American Society of Church History. The Mead Prize honors the best unpublished essay by a doctoral candidate or recent graduate, and the award includes publication of the essay in the ASCH journal Church History.
Winter Quarter course offerings are available.
Open Space, held at Bond Chapel each Tuesday at noon, provides the community with a unique opportunity for conversation, reflection, and fellowship around the things that enliven us, weigh on our hearts and minds, and give our work here meaning. Begins for the Winter Quarter on January 5th, 2016.
Clubs and workshops, organized around formal areas of academic study as well as student interests, form an important part of daily life in Swift Hall.
Martin E. Marty will speak on "Storied and Historied Religious Elements in Medical Care" at the next seminar on medicine and religion, part of a series hosted by the Program on Medicine and Religion.
A two-day workshop on Tibetan manuscripts and early printed books will be held at The University's Center in Paris later this month.
Please join us during the upcoming meetings of the American Academy of Religion and the Society for Biblical Literature in Atlanta, Georgia. Read more.