from Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts
Feb. 16-18 event features artists engaged in exploration of the arts, discipleship, and Christian imagination.
In the spring 2014 semester, DITA will present three new courses in theology, literature, and the arts.
A new book by Professor Begbie explores theological issues of the modern age through music.
Lecture by art historian Anna Kim addressed Michelangelo's last Pietà.
Spring 2014 will welcome a host of artists and scholars for concerts, lectures, readings, and more.
A recording from essayist and poet Scott Cairns's Sept. 26 reading is now online.
On Nov. 6, DITA will bring the art history scholar to the school for an evening lecture.
Wilcox, a folk singer-songwriter, peformed on Sept. 18 as part of the Dean's Songerwriter Series.
Cairns will give an evening reading and book signing on Sept. 26.
Informal study to focus on cinema, time, and resurrection begins this fall.