For three days this past September, a dozen talented young clergy met together in a retreat center in the heart of Chicago’s Loop to inaugurate the Divinity School’s Chicago Commons early-career pastoral leadership development program.
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.
Open Space, held at Bond Chapel each Tuesday at noon, provides the Divinity School 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 quarter on September 29th.
Check our multimedia page for Spring Quarter lectures, conferences, Craft of Teaching events, Wednesday Lunches, and more.
Wendy Doniger on her life of learning and attempts to suppress her scholarship: video of the American Council of Learned Societies' 2015 Charles Homer Haskins Prize Lecture: http://www.acls.org/media/haskins/
Our 2015 Marty Center Fellows represent the Marty Center's emphasis on global interactions and religion. We asked them what they hoped to accomplish this year as Fellows. Read their answers.
Australian Catholic University (ACU) has awarded Professor Jean-Luc Marion its highest honor, Doctor of the University, at a ceremony in Melbourne. Marion is the Andrew Thomas Greeley and Grace McNichols Greeley Professor of Catholic Studies and Professor of the Philosophy of Religions and Theology.
A new issue of Circa, our Divinity School newsletter, is now available online.
Effective July 1, 2015, Sarah E. Fredericks and Angie Heo will join the Divinity School faculty.
The Enhancing Life Project is pleased to announce it has selected thirty-five scholars from around the world for two-year research projects focused on the enhancement of life.