James L. Kugel, Harry Starr Professor of Classical and Modern Jewish and Hebrew Literature at Harvard University and member of the Faculty of Divinity, won the 2001 Grawemeyer Award in Religion for his book, The Bible as It Was. Read more about James Kugel Wins Grawemeyer Award
Robert Orsi, who has taught in the department of religious studies at Indiana University for the last 12 years, has accepted Harvard Divinity School’s invitation to become the Charles Warren Professor of American Religious History, pending approval by the University's Governing Boards. He will join the Faculty of Divinity in September 2001.
After a year of coping with temporary digs in various corners of Andover Hall—and a year of maintaining super-human patience, good humor, and ingenuity—the staff of Andover-Harvard Theological Library has moved into its renovated and greatly expanded home. Read more about Library Ready for a New Era
Sometimes declared as a warning and other times said in jest, this expression came up repeatedly during the 2000 Summer Leadership Institute (SLI), which brought 45 clergy, lay leaders, and community developers to Harvard from across the country to equip them to better serve their inner-city communities. Read more about Summer Leadership Institute, 2000