Our Wednesday Lunch program for May 6: Richard Rosengarten, Associate Professor of Religion and Literature and Director of MA Studies; on "What is the state of the field?" Professor Rosengarten's lunch talk will focus on the state of the field of Religious Studies in regards to the Amer
The newly elected class of members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences includes five UChicago faculty members, including the Divinity School's Françoise Meltzer.
"Diversifying Theological Education" – A public lecture by Stephen Lewis, President of the Forum for Theological Exploration (formerly the Fund for Theological Education).
Senior fellows in the Marty Center are scholars from the United States and other countries throughout the world, on sabbatical leave from their home institutions. At the Marty Center, they situate their research within a broader cultural frame of reference, bringing their perspectives to bear on religious questions facing the wider public.
Conservation and digitization of a New Testament manuscript collection support scholarship and teaching
William Schweiker discusses "Religious Freedom: Where to Draw the Line" on WBEZ's The Morning Shift.
A new exhibition at the Oriental Institute Museum will offer a glimpse into everyday life in a lively, multicultural city in ancient Egypt.
Willemien Otten, Professor of Theology and the History of Christianity, has been named a 2015-2016 Luce Fellow by the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada (ATS) and The Henry Luce Foundation, Inc.
"The Dead Sea Scrolls and Judaism Today" The 2015 Jerald Brauer Lecture by James L. Kugel Tuesday March 17 | 4:30 pm | Swift Lecture Hall