Join us for these upcoming lectures:  "Paul and Hidden Particularity: One Size Fits All?" and "Emboldened Speech, Embodied Voices: New Testament Women in Syriac and Greek Poetry.”
The Divinity School is pleased to announce a significant increase in funding for both incoming and current students in the Divinity School’s doctoral studies program.     
Starts 2/22: From Joan of Arc's passion to time-tripping through Buddhism, explore religious ideas, themes, and conflicts at the second annual Religion in the Frame Film Festival. Presented by Facets and the Martin Marty Center for the Public Understanding of Religion.  
February 20: Wednesday Lunch with Professor Jenny Trinitapoli speaking on "Religion and AIDS in Africa." RSVP now.
Listen now as Alireza Doostdar, Assistant Professor of Islamic Studies and the Anthropology and Sociology of Religion, plunges into the world of Iranian occult sciences. Interview by PhD student Rachel Carbonara. 
 Jeffrey Stackert, Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible, will give a lecture 2/13 on “Identifying Compositional Strata in the Pentateuchal Deuteronomic Source: Theoretical and Methodological Considerations” to open the 3rd Annual Chicago-Yale Pentateuch Colloquium. More info on upcoming lectures. 
February 13:  Wednesday Lunch with Professor Susan Schreiner, interviewed by PhD student Mark Lambert. RSVP now for this special event.
February 28: Paul DeHart (AB'87, PhD’97), Professor of Theology at the Vanderbilt Divinity School, will give a lecture entitled "Being, Nature, Grace: Clashing Visions in Milbank and Aquinas."  
February 12: Join us to hear from Dr. Robert Orsi, Professor of Religious Studies and History and Grace Craddock Nagle Chair in Catholic Studies at Northwestern University, for a workshop that explores the teaching of lived religious practice in the United States.
Join us at the Seminary Co-op Bookstore on Monday 2/4 for a discussion with Profs. Martin E. Marty, Willemien Otten, Richard A. Rosengarten and Brett Colasacco, editor of Sightings: Reflections on Religion in Public Life.