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How Do We Think About Religion?

Holi celebration / Photo: Sam Breach, Flickr, Creative CommonsThe HDS Religious Literacy Project provides educational opportunities and resources for how to recognize, understand, and analyze religious influences in contemporary life.


On May 26, 130 degrees were awarded to HDS students during the Diploma Awarding Ceremony. Erez Golan, MTS '16, was chosen as the student speaker by his peers and members of the HDS community.

Faculty Insight

Dudley RoseAssociate Dean Dudley Rose discusses why some Christian communities are viewing their religious liberty as being under attack. Watch here>

The Campaign for HDS

Women's Rights eventEducating humane, informed, ethical leaders who illuminate, engage, and serve>

Student Voices

Casper ter Kuile and Angela ThurstonRecent graduates Casper ter Kuile and Angela Thurston write about how their research revealed a host of growing organizations that build community and transform lives—in unexpected ways. Read more>

Ways of Knowing

2016 Ways of KnowingThe Science, Religion, and Culture Program at HDS is now accepting proposals for papers for its annual "Ways of Knowing: Graduate Conference on Religion."

Humans of HDS

Cori Tucker-Price"Looking back, if I could give myself advice at the start of my program, I probably would have told myself to trust more of my instincts and to make more time for myself."Cori Tucker-Price, 4th-year PhD student

The HDS Difference

Exploring all ReligionsExploring all religions, while aligned with none. Learn more>

Harvard UniversityCreate your own program of study using all the rich resources of Harvard.

Career ServicesCareer Services supports students and grads in achieving their professional objectives.