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The Anthony C. Yu Junior Faculty Fellowship
This new fellowship honors the legacy and pedagogy of the late Anthony C. Yu.READ MORE
Join fellow alumni, current and prospective students, and colleagues at this year’s Divinity School reception at AAR-SBL in San Diego.MORE INFO
Alireza Doostdar on "Haunted Ramadan: Ghosts, Devils, and the Soul of Iranian Television."READ MORE
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Wednesday Lunch with Joseph M. Hallman
Lecture by Ken Moss
Public lecture by Kenneth Moss
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- PhD Program: Tuesday, January 7, 2020
- MA | MDiv Programs: January 7 (Priority)
- MA | MDiv Programs: April 13 (Final deadline for international students)
- MA | MDiv Programs: August 1 (Final deadline for domestic students)
- Domestic AMRS Applications: October 15 (Winter admission); January 7 (Spring admission); August 1 (Autumn admission)
- International AMRS Applications: October 15 (Spring admissions); April 13 (Autumn admission)
Commenting on Religion in Public Life
“Loving Justice” and the Refugees at Our Border
Does religion offer an alternative to the economic notions of justice that dominate how we think....more info
What to the Immigrant is Veterans Day?
John Sianghio reflects on the complicated nature of American identity for immigrants todaymore info
Cultivating the Good in Our ‘Mass of Habits’
Martin Marty reflects on new (and old) advice for changing our habitsmore info
The Martin Marty Center
The Martin Marty Center for the Public Understanding of Religion offers scholarly perspectives on religious questions facing the wider public: through conferences and events, fellowship programs, and our twice-weekly electronic publication Sightings, we work on the intersection of religion and public life.