Study of all religions and alignment with none
“HDS does not teach you what to think but, rather, how to think. You learn how to get to the heart of important issues and how to identify the difficult but necessary questions. Furthermore, in supporting interdisciplinary scholarship, HDS allows you to work creatively within and across traditional academic boundaries.”—Kate DeConinck, ThD ’15
HDS Launches Bicentennial
A panel of Harvard Divinity School faculty launches HDS's bicentennial year by discussing the outcome of the 200-year history of the School—a multireligious divinity school.
Hershey Professor of Buddhist Studies Janet Gyatso has been named the winner of the 2016 Toshihide Numata Book Award for her latest publication Being Human in a Buddhist World.
- Congratulations to recent alum and current doc student Rev. Michael Woolf, a new pastor at Green St. Baptist!… t.co/6ifJ0XiwMq
- Congrats to HDS prof Mark Jordan, who was named one of Harvard's top professors! t.co/LZoo5Siwqp via… t.co/YPaWyTOqr0
- Human of HDS and MDiv candidate Sana Saeed is passionate about community organizing and working with youth:… t.co/kTIimRElmL