Stephanie Paulsell

Professor Stephanie Paulsell

Paulsell Announces 'Pilgrimage' Theme for Memorial Church

October 11, 2019
“My job, in part, is to help people enter that liminal space of transition and think about not just what they want the next minister to be, but who they want to be as a community,” said HDS Professor Stephanie Paulsell, Interim Pusey Minister in the Memorial Church. “Because it’s such a transitional year, I thought pilgrimage would be a good theme.”
Stephanie Paulsell

Stephanie Paulsell On Pilgrimage

August 30, 2019
"My first job in ministry was in a university church, and I love the reach of these places, the connections they can create between their universities and the world around them, and the unique forms of learning they offer," writes HDS Professor Stephanie Paulsell, Interim Pusey Minister in the Memorial Church.
Stephanie Paulsell

Paulsell Named Interim Pusey Minister

August 20, 2019

HDS Professor Stephanie Paulsell, who has been an affiliated minister at Memorial Church for the past seven years, has been named interim Pusey Minister.

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Hilma Af Klint’s New Ways of Seeing

July 26, 2019
Professor Stephanie Paulsell on the Swedish woman who created magnificent abstract paintings years before Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky.
HDS Professor Stephanie Paulsell

Professor Stephanie Paulsell to Deliver Annual Harry Vaughan Smith Lectures

January 18, 2019

Stephanie Paulsell, Susan Shallcross Swartz Professor of the Practice of Christian Studies at HDS, will deliver Mercer University’s 28th annual Harry Vaughan Smith Distinguished Visiting Professor of Religion Lectures. She will present three lectures on the theme "Lost in the Mystery of God: Spiritual Practices."

HDS Professor Stephanie Paulsell

It’s Easy to Mistake Humility for Humiliation

December 7, 2018
"Humiliation isolates us in shame, but humility helps us to see our life in relation to other lives and to ask how our choices affect others. This is as true for communities and nations as it is for individuals," writes Professor Stephanie Paulsell.