"From Gnostics to U-Boats: The Work of Robert McQueen Grant (1917-2014)" is on exhibit until December 13th at the The Joseph Regenstein Library, Fourth Floor.
Lucy Pick, Director of Undergraduate Studies and Senior Lecturer in the History of Christianity, published her first novel, Pilgrimage, this summer.
William Schweiker, the Edward L. Ryerson Distinguished Service Professor of Theological Ethics, has been awarded a $4.6 million grant from the John Templeton Foundation to direct The Enhancing Life Project.
College-level teaching has expanded well beyond classroom walls.
Jack A. Gilbert, Environmental Microbiologist with Argonne National Laboratory and Associate Professor in the Department of Ecology and Evolution will join us to speak on "The Microbiome Revolution: Why microbes control your life!"
The recent renovation of Bond Chapel for the installation of the Reneker organ was the catalyst for other significant changes around the Chapel: midweek worship at the Divinity School continues to experience its own season of transformation.
Donald G. York, the Horace B. Horton Professor of Astronomy and Astrophysics in the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics, the Enrico Fermi Institute, and the College, has been selected to deliver the Divinity School's John Nuveen Lecture for 2014. The title of his lecture will be "It is Not the Heat, It is the Humility: The Limits of Knowledge."
Join MDiv student Elijah Kindred and members of the Bright Star Church community and the Anshe Emet synagogue community at our Wednesday Lunch on October 15 to discuss their project to build interfaith understanding AND a playground in Bronzeville – from the ground up – in one day.
Join the Philosophy of Religion Workshop, the Literature and Philosophy Workshop, and the Religion and Literature Club for a lecture with Amy Hollywood on Friday, October 10, at 3pm: "On the True, the Real, and Critique in the Study of Religion."
Dr. Steven Heine will deliver a public lecture on Friday, October 10 at the Divinity School. His lecture, "There Goes Rhymin' Dōgen (1200-1253): A Medieval Japanese Monk Well-Versed in Chinese Chan Poetics," will be held at 4:30 in the Lecture Hall (3rd floor).