HDS in the News

Good, but Never Simple

Good, but Never Simple

December 10, 2012

In visit to HDS, Toni Morrison illuminates concepts of virtue, and its opposite.

Lessons That Lead Toward Peace

Lessons That Lead Toward Peace

September 4, 2012

At the annual HDS Convocation, new Dean David N. Hempton drew on the memory of violence he witnessed in Northern Ireland to offer hopeful visions for the future.

Riding on the Past

Riding on the Past

November 15, 2012

HDS student and former U.S. surfing champion Mary Setterholm is helping women reclaim their lives from poverty and exploitation.

Speaking Volumes

Speaking Volumes

September 28, 2012

Over two days, Harvard hosted a cohort of scholars in medieval sermon studies, a pursuit that helps illuminate the social and intellectual currents of the Middle Ages.

Inside India’s Pop-up City

Inside India’s Pop-up City

January 21, 2013

HDS professor Diana Eck and a team from Harvard map the Kumbh Mela, the world’s largest gathering.

Religion and Politics, Now

Religion and Politics, Now

October 12, 2012

Sponsored by HDS, four religious scholars presented at the panel discussion, "Religion and the Election: Does it Matter?"

Vatican in Flux

Vatican in Flux

February 12, 2013

Francis Schüssler Fiorenza, professor of Roman Catholic theological studies at HDS, spoke to the Harvard Gazette about the pope's resignation and possible successors.

Alumna Elected UUA Trustee

Alumna Elected UUA Trustee

January 9, 2012

Sarah Stewart, MDiv '01, hopes to advance congregational life with her service to the Unitarian Universalist Association Board of Trustees, which she joined in 2011.

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