This Autumn Quarter, join us for events on religions in the Americas, Theravada Buddhism, gender and race in the study of religion – and more.  
Autumn Quarter classes are now available. Our upcoming offerings include "Hindu Goddesses and the Deification of Women," "Major Trends in Islamic Mysticism" and "Murder, Adultery, and Thy Neighbors’ Ass: The Ten Commandments in the Hebrew Bible and Contemporary America" – and many more!  
We are delighted to announce that the Divinity School is embarking on several faculty searches this academic year. In addition, we are seeking a Dean of Students to lead the school’s many efforts to support the success of its graduate students.   
Hinduism for Theoretical Midwestern Teens. Gender and Sexuality. Good and Evil. College students: find out more about these and other Religious Studies classes.
PhD Candidate Alexander Wolfson has received the Wayne C. Booth Prize for Excellence in Teaching, awarded annually to graduate students for outstanding instruction of undergraduates.
The Divinity School is pleased to announce three additions to our faculty: Sarah Pierce Taylor, Anand Venkatkrishnan, and Erin Galgay Walsh. 
We are pleased to announce the 2019 recipients of several student awards and prizes.
Information on the 532nd Convocation, and the Divinity School's diploma ceremony.       
 "Let Me Hear Your Voice!" 
Next in our Craft of Teaching lineup: microteaching workshops.