Ousmane Kane, Alwaleed Professor of Contemporary Islamic Religion and Society, will deliver the keynote lecture “History, Movement, and the Spread of Islamic Scholarship in Muslim Africa” at 7 pm, Thursday, February 16, as part of the three-day conference "Texts, Knowledge, Practice: The Meaning of Scholarship in Muslim Africa," held Feb. 16-18. Read more about HDS Live Stream
The son of a conservative Christian family, and a devout Christian himself, Sheehan Scarborough, MDiv '14, spent much of his early life struggling to reconcile his sexuality and “very conservative” religious upbringing.
Liz Walker was one of the most famous and successful TV news personalities in Boston. She spent more than two decades as a reporter, as well as being the first African American news anchor on WBZ-TV. Read more about A Second Career in Service
Let me start with my title, “Thinking Sex at Harvard.” It’s a pun on another title with a local reference. “Thinking Sex” is Gayle Rubin’s field-changing essay on how societies arrange their systems of sexual taboos. Read more about Audio: Thinking Sex at Harvard