HDS and Harvard had a role in several timeless holiday carols.
C.E. Morgan is among 10 emerging authors selected as winners of the $50,000 Whiting Writers' Awards for showing "exceptional talent and promise."
In Washington, D.C., Dean David Hempton and Harvard Kennedy School Dean David Ellwood probed the public roles of religion and politics.
Lauren Taylor, who studies public health and medical ethics at HDS, writes in The New Yorker about health care reform.
Dorie Clark, HDS alumna and business review strategist, on how to remake your professional life.
Inside the stately building is a diverse array of celebrants and supporters.
HDS alumnus and Morehouse College President John S. Wilson Jr. on how education and religion are tied to his identity.
New exhibit at Andover-Harvard Theological Library is a window into belief and loss during the Civil War.
Though rain forced the annual Harvest Celebration indoors this year, the HDS community still shared in a thankful blessing of the HDS Garden.
by Colleen Walsh, Harvard Gazette
Harvard Divinity School Dean David Hempton knows too well the cost of religious conflict. Read more about Universities as Peacemakers
The Harvard Gazette speaks with HDS professor Francis Clooney about the implications of Pope Francis's recent remarks on gay marriage, contraception, and abortion.
HDS professor Kimberley Patton says the modern West tends to dismiss significance of dreams, perhaps missing a lesson from the ancients.
HDS professor Janet Gyatso is helping to redefine Buddhist studies for a new generation, while deepening Buddhism's engagement with contemporary society.
HDS professors Kevin Madigan and Stephanie Paulsell in the Harvard Crimson on what Pope Francis's election could mean.
Francis's remarks about gay priests were more compassionate than those of his predecessors, even if they hold to the same doctrinal views on the subject, says HDS Professor Francis Fiorenza.