Exhibit Guide

Faces of Divinity: Envisioning Inclusion for 200 Years tells the story of Harvard Divinity School since its founding in 1816. It includes 21 exhibits of photographs, poetry, paintings and audiovisual materials situated throughout three of the Divinity School’s buildings—Andover, Divinity, and Rockefeller halls. The first display, “Nonsectarian to Multireligious” gives an overview, tracing the theme of inclusion from 1816 to 2016. Other displays explore specific fields or areas, each charting the development of the approaches that distinguish HDS.

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Andover Hall

Building hours

Monday–Friday: 7:30 am–10 pm

  1. Nonsectarian to Multireligious
  2. Theology and Ethics
  3. Histories and Anthropologies
  4. Worship and Gathering
  5. Asian Religions
  6. Islamic Studies
  7. Hebrew Bible and Jewish Studies
  8. New Testament and Early Christianity
  9. African and African American Religious Studies
  10. Women, Gender, and Religion
  11. Andover Hall and Andover-Harvard Theological Library
  12. Across the Street/Across the World—CSWR, Jewett, Carriage House

Andover Hall, ground floor (basement)

Andover Hall, ground floor exhibit locations

Andover Hall, first floor

Andover Hall, first floor exhibit locations

Andover Hall, second floor

Andover Hall, second floor exhibit location

Divinity Hall

Building hours

Monday–Thursday: 7:30 am–8 pm; Friday: 7:30 am–6 pm

  • 13. Faces of Divinity
  • 14. Unitarians, Universalists, and HDS
  • 15. Preaching to the Conscience
  • 16. Learning the Ministry
  • 17. Divinity Hall
  • 18. Audiovisual Station

Divinity Hall, first floor

Divinity Hall, first floor exhibits

Divinity Hall, second floor

Divinity Hall, second floor exhibits

Divinity Hall, third floor

Divinity Hall, third floor exhibit

Divinity Hall, fourth floor

Divinity Hall, fourth floor exhibit

Rockefeller Hall

Building hours

Monday–Friday: 7:30 am–8 pm

  • 19. Religion and Social Justice
  • 20. Rockefeller Hall
  • 21. Expanding the Archive: a multimedia station where visitors may add their own recollections and contributions to the exhibit.

Rockefeller Hall, first floor

Rockefeller Hall, first floor exhibitions