HDS in the News

Youth Talk Peace For Middle East

February 26, 2009

An Israeli and a Palestinian came together yesterday afternoon to discuss compromise and joint action in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict at an event held at HDS.

Making Music and Keeping the Faith

Making Music and Keeping the Faith

August 19, 2009

A blossoming musical career and a career dedicated to exploring religion go hand in hand for one talented Harvard Divinity School professor.

HDS Grad Hopes to Alter Military Culture

HDS Grad Hopes to Alter Military Culture

June 4, 2009

Lukas Filler likes a challenge. One of the 6-foot-5-inch former competitive swimmer's favorite pastimes is surfing … in the New England winter … before dawn.

Where the Intellectual and Spiritual Intersect

Where the Intellectual and Spiritual Intersect

March 13, 2008

Kevin Madigan wishes he could have saved Anne Frank. Today, he repeatedly saves her memory. Madigan teaches the College freshman seminar "The Holocaust, History and Reaction."

Sing a Song of Praise

April 23, 2009

Every Monday a small group of students gathers in Andover Hall for a sacred musical journey. It's not a typical academic class experience.

Islamic Treasures a Click Away

Islamic Treasures a Click Away

February 18, 2010

The Islamic Heritage Project, a unique and extensive collection of Harvard’s vast Islamic material is now easily accessible through the Internet.

HDS Sees 11 Percent Spike in Applicants

March 3, 2009

HDS saw an 11 percent increase in total applicants this year, prompted in large part by the weak economy and HDS's increased efforts to reach prospective students.

Intersection of Climate Change and Christianity

Intersection of Climate Change and Christianity

November 12, 2009

An author and a scholar, Sallie McFague is a leader in the fields of ecofeminism and Christian theology. She gave the 2009 Dudleian Lecture as part of a yearlong series sponsored by the CSWR.

‘My Ministry Is in the Birthing Rooms’

‘My Ministry Is in the Birthing Rooms’

June 4, 2009

To Cemelli de Aztlan, the U.S.-Mexico border region is not just a line on a map dividing two nations and two cultures, it’s a place of its own, different from the countries whose edges define it.

HDS Talks Green, Spirituality

HDS Talks Green, Spirituality

April 27, 2009

Students and religious leaders explored the intersection of religion and environmentalism at a conference held Friday at HDS.

When Boston Was the Hub of the Literary World

When Boston Was the Hub of the Literary World

March 5, 2009

Matthew Pearl wove an engaging tale of Boston’s literary legacy at a talk sponsored by the Woodberry Poetry Room and The Wick, a Harvard Divinity School publication.

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