News

Join us on 5/24 for a lecture by Oludamini Ogunnaike on Philosophical Sufism in West Africa.
Join us for next week's Wednesday Lunch (open to all) to hear from Kristel Clayville  (PhD'18) on "Marketing Altruism: Charity and Neighbor Love in Organ Donor Appeals."
Join us for a lecture by R. Marie Griffith, the John C. Danforth Distinguished Professor in the Humanities at Washington University in St. Louis, on "Sex and American Christianity: The Religious Divides that Fractured a Nation."
Join us in Spring for three series of workshops on Theravada Buddhist teachings and meditation.  Attend one workshop, a whole series, or pick and choose among the three.  
Join us in June for an interdisciplinary conference of women’s voices for women’s voices in public discourse, centered on the ancient text of The Song of Songs in historical and contemporary perspectives.
Open Space, our weekly community gathering for conversation, reflection, and fellowship, meets on Tuesdays at 12:30pm in Bond Chapel.  
The Divinity School is pleased to announce a significant increase in funding for both incoming and current students in the Divinity School’s Master of Arts (MA) and Master of Divinity (MDiv) programs.    
Join us  for public lectures by on Sex in American Christianity and Philosophical Sufism in West Africa.
Join us March 29-30 for "The Use and Abuse of History for Theology and Ethics: Mining the Past for Present Norms," the 5th Annual  University of Notre Dame and University of Chicago Joint Graduate Student Conference.    
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. 

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