The guest speaker for the annual lecture is Yolanda Pierce, professor and dean of Vanderbilt University School of Divinity. She is a scholar of African American religious history, religion and literature, womanist theology, race, and religion.
Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts and Duke Divinity School partner with the Duke English Department to present a collaborative symposium on poetry and theology.
Join us for a webinar for prospective students with Duke Divinity School alumni.
Throughout February, the Office of Black Church Studies at Duke Divinity School will feature the 2024 Sankofa Black Alumni Preaching Series to celebrate the distinct contributions of the school's alumni of African descent.
The Divinity School will host a public lecture: "A Style of Life for the Survival of Life: American Christian Environmentalism in the Neoliberal Seventies." Dr. Kevin Stewart Rose, assistant dean and assistant professor at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville will be the speaker.
“Faith in Blackness” explores the spirituality of Afro-Latines across different religions and faith practices and the relationship between the racial identity of Black Latines and their spirituality.
Using readings from Mark’s gospel, this series invites reflection on what it means to be in community with one another, with the world, with creation, and with God.
In this workshop, we will consider how Sabbath practices are an essential part of the liturgical season of Lent and learn how to integrate Sabbath habits into our daily and weekly routines.
The Fons Vitae Catholic initiative is offering a six-part seminar-style course on John Henry Newman’s "The Idea of a University," led by Professor Reinhard Huetter, visiting professor of Catholic theology. This short course is free and open to all.
The Divinity School will host a lecture with Paul Lim, associate professor of the History of Christianity at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee as the speaker.
Join the Theology, Medicine, and Culture Initiative for a lunch discussion with medical ethicist Dr. Daniel Sulmasy.
The Asian House of Studies will host a "Lunch & Talk" event with Dr. Paul Lim, the associate professor of the history of Christianity at Vanderbilt University.
The Divinity School will host a public lecture, Creating Contemporary Christians: Media, Marketing, and the Business of American Revivalism. Dr. Leah Louise Payne, Assistant Professor of American Religious History at Portland Seminary, Portland, Oregon will be the speaker.
This virtual seminar is part of a semi-monthly series exploring themes at the intersections of theology, medicine, and culture.
How can we create classrooms and academic communities that honor disability as a vital aspect of human diversity?
The Divinity School will host a public lecture: "A 'Uniformed Parish': Christianity and Policing in Modern American History" with Dr. Aaron Griffith, assistant professor of history at Whitworth University, Spokane, Washington as the speaker.
Duke Divinity School will hold a Service of the Word with Dr. Janet Martin Soskice, William K. Warren distinguished research professor of Catholic theology, preaching.