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
Apply to DivEx
Diversity and Explorations is a three-day introduction to graduate programs at HDS that span religious and cultural divides to prepare ethical leaders to work in a complex world. The deadline to apply is September 15.
Harvard Divinity Turns 200
Two hundred years. Even in an institution as venerable as Harvard University, that's a long time. We hope you'll join us on campus or online for what promises to be an exciting and enriching year.
- Congrats to HDS alumna Usra Ghazi, who is piloting a new interfaith program for the U.S. State Department! t.co/QigI3exkr1
- Alum & PhD candidate Elizabeth Angowski putting in some quality study time w/ Walter. #nationaldogday @HarvardAlumni t.co/abU0cgruwt
- “Life is a dream.‘Tis waking that kills us."Virginia Woolf on how our illusions keep us sane t.co/Yc7ZXnRhjo t.co/RCvlXPfqEM