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On Jan. 28, DITA will unveil a thirteen-day art exhibition and multimedia exploration of T. S. Eliot’s spiritual and literary masterwork, Four Quartets.

Dean Hays today announced the appointment of Xi Lian as professor of world Christianity.

Turner, professor of the practice of homiletics and a member of one of the first classes to include African Americans, will speak on "Praise, Protest & Power: 50 Years in the Making," complementing the 50th anniversary of Duke's first black undergraduate students.

Leaders who develop palliative care best practices receive Hastings Center Cunniff-Dixon Physician Awards.

Interviews with James MacMillan, Ellen Davis, and Jeremy Begbie among others feature in this three-part documentary on "Duke in Cambridge"—Holy Week 2012.

“Christianity and Contemporary Politics,” named to a shortlist for Ramsey prize for theological writing.

Amber Noel, a recent M.Div. graduate of the Divinity School, has been appointed as assistant to the director of DITA.

Conversations at the barbershop reminded a Divinity School student to focus on words that really matter.

Publishers Weekly and Christianity Today name "Still" a best book of 2012.

A new collection of essays co-edited by DITA Director Jeremy Begbie has been published.

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