from Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts
Duke Divinity School members are invited to celebrate Easter in Cambridge, England, with a full program of concerts and services during Holy Week, as part of the Duke-Cambridge Collaboration.
If you are tempted to enter DITA's Illuminating Messiaen photo competition but are unsure how or where to begin, look no further than DITA's Messiaen 101.
Photos are now being accepted for a Messiaen-inspired contest with a grand prize of a round trip to Cambridge, England.
Guide offers research assistance, subject guides, and online resources.
Duke Divinity School and the Department of Art, Art History and Visual Studies hosted visual artist Makoto Fujimura for a two-day residency at Duke University.
A new collection of essays co-edited by DITA’s Director Jeremy Begbie has been published by Eerdmans.
Soloist Elizabeth Byrum Linnartz, accompanied on piano by Professor Jeremy Begbie, and introductory lectures.
This lecture series gives the Divinity School an opportunity to invite leading scholars to explore issues crucial to the interaction of Christian faith and the arts today.
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