In CSWR's Annual Comparative Theology Lecture, Robert C. Neville, Professor of Philosophy, Religion, and Theology at the Boston University School of Theology, discusses the nature of comparative theology and the different approaches one could take: being grounded in a home tradition versus using a comparative approach to inform one’s own ideas about religion.
Larycia Hawkins, Abd el-Kader Visiting Faculty Fellow at University of Virginia, discussed the meaning of solidarity in the context of political and theological spaces during the 2017 Greeley Lecture for Peace and Social Justice.
Harvard Divinity School professors have long taught ethics in the Yard. Beginning early in the 1880s, as HDS pioneered the analysis of "social problems" using the case method, Francis Peabody taught an undergraduate course on urban ills. Students called it "drainage, drunkenness, and divorce."Read more about Audio: Thinking Sex at Harvard
For over 20 years, January 16th has been recognized annually in the United States as Religious Freedom Day. Diane Moore and Dudley Rose discuss religious freedom as a principle based not on shared ancestry, culture, or faith but on a shared commitment to liberty. Read more about Video: The State of Religious Freedom