Faculty News and Research

Carrasco to Join Faculty of Divinity

Carrasco to Join Faculty of Divinity

August 1, 2001

Davíd Carrasco joined the Faculty of Divinity in September 2001 as the inaugural Neil L. Rudenstine Professor of the Study of Latin America. Carrasco, who has been professor of the history of religions at Princeton University since 1993, is a world-renowned scholar of Mesoamerican religions with a wide range of interests in the contemporary and historical study of religions, ranging from Aztec religion to contemporary issues in Latino/a studies.

HDS Panel IDs Crises in African American Community

HDS Panel IDs Crises in African American Community

April 13, 2006

One predicament per speaker seemed to be the rule at the Harvard Divinity School (HDS) as ministry and service leaders gathered to discuss African-American religious responses to crisis.

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