Die illustrierten Homilien des Johannes Chrysostomos in Byzanz
Karin Krause
The Heavenly Trumpet: John Chrysostom and the Art of Pauline Interpretation
Margaret M. Mitchell
Conflict and Coexistence: Archbishop Rodrigo and the Muslims and Jews of Medieval Spain
Lucy K. Pick
Ancient Letters and the New Testament: A Guide to Context and Exegesis
Hans-Josef Klauck
Oracular Law and Priestly Historiography in the Torah
Simeon Chavel
The Burden of Black Religion
Curtis J. Evans
A Prophet Like Moses: Prophecy, Law, and Israelite Religion
Jeffrey Stackert
Paul, the Corinthians and the Birth of Christian Hermeneutics
Margaret M. Mitchell
Hot Property: The Stakes and Claims of Literary Originality
Françoise Meltzer
Rewriting the Torah: Literary Revision in Deuteronomy & the Holiness Legislation
Jeffrey Stackert
The Tibetans
Matthew Kapstein
The Theological Project of Modernism: Faith and the Conditions of Mineness
Kevin Hector
Friends and Other Strangers: Studies in Religion, Ethics, and Culture
Richard B. Miller
Biblical text and texture: a literary reading of selected texts
Michael Fishbane
Where Shall Wisdom be Found? Calvin’s exegesis of Job from medieval and Modern Perspectives
Susan Schreiner
Vulnerability and Glory: A Theological Account
Kristine A. Culp
Francis the Leper: Faith, Medicine, Theology, and Science
Daniel P. Sulmasy
Early Islamic Mysticism: Sufi, Qurʼan, Miraj, Poetic and Theological Writings
Michael Sells

The Faculty

Divinity School faculty are world-renowned scholars and educators, representing an extraordinary breadth and depth of knowledge across the world's religious traditions, past and present, as well as a range of disciplinary and methodological approaches to the study of religion. Divinity School faculty hold appointments in other departments or schools of the University, and we have a large cohort of associated faculty whose primary appointments range from the Medical and Law Schools to History, Classics, Anthropology and other departments. 

 

 2015-2016 Teaching Faculty Book (PDF).