CSWR

Video: Christians in South Indian Villages, 1959–2009

Video: Christians in South Indian Villages, 1959–2009

November 5, 2015

John B. Carman, Parkman Professor of Divinity and Professor of Comparative Religion Emeritus at HDS, discusses Christians in South Indian Villages, 1959–2009: Decline and Revival in Telangana, a book he co-authored.

Corita Kent feelin' groovy

Seeing Corita Kent at Harvard

October 26, 2015

HDS professor and CSWR director Francis X. Clooney S.J. writes about the Corita Kent exhibition and how the former nun helped a generation see the world anew.

Steven Kepnes delivers "Jewish Liturgy as Jewish Theology" lecture

Video: Jewish Liturgy as Jewish Theology

October 1, 2015

Although many have said that Judaism does not have a theology, it is clear that the Siddur, or Prayer Book, has a clear sense of the nature of God and God's relation to humans.

Kim Davis

The Curious Case of Kim Davis

September 17, 2015

Kim Davis, clerk of Kentucky's Rowan County, inspired passionate responses from all quarters recently when she refused to grant marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

Students at CSWR

Weaving Interfaith Community at Harvard

September 3, 2015

Monday, August 31, was an auspicious day at Harvard Divinity School. It was not only our Convocation, the formal opening of the new academic year, but also, at the start of 2015-16, a step closer to the actual bicentennial of the School.

HDS professor Kevin Madigan discusses his recent book, Medieval Christianity: A New History

Video: Medieval Christianity: A New History

April 14, 2015

Professor Kevin Madigan discusses his recent book, Medieval Christianity: A New History, with two colleagues, Professors Luis M. Girón Negrón and Amy Hollywood.

Frank Clooney discusses his book, His Hiding Place Is Darkness: A Hindu-Catholic Theopoetics of Divine Absence

Video: His Hiding Place Is Darkness

April 20, 2015

Francis X. Clooney, S.J., discusses his book, His Hiding Place Is Darkness: A Hindu-Catholic Theopoetics of Divine Absence, with two respondents

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