A national leader in the study of homiletics, Powery has ensured that Duke Chapel continues to be a centerpiece of the community both at Duke and in Durham. Read more in Duke Today.
Dr. Norbert Wilson has been named a fellow in the 2024 Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Leaders Network. Learn more about the fellows in an article in Duke Today.
Promotion or appointment to full professor requires an extensive review and recommendation from faculty peers both inside and outside Duke and approval from academic leadership from the department or division, the school, and Duke University.
The work of Duke Divinity faculty and alumni in prison studies has grown to provide opportunities for other Duke faculty and students through the Prison Engagement Initiative at the Kenan Institute for Ethics. Read more on the Kenan website.
Two Duke Divinity School faculty members have been named to the prestigious program to promote leading research in the area of law and religion. Read more on the Emory University website.
The climate fellowship, developed as a partnership between Duke Divinity School and Faith for our Planet, is co-hosted by Duke Divinity Professors Norman Wirzba and Abdullah Antepli. Read more on Duke Today.
In an interview with "Image Journal," Emeritus Professor Richard Lischer talks about spiritual memoir as a possible literary antidote to the loneliness of our culture.
Norman Wirzba, Gilbert T. Rowe Distinguished Professor of Christian Theology, has been named the director of research for the office of climate and sustainability, effective Jan. 1, 2024. Read the article on Duke Today.
The Very Rev. Timothy Kimbrough, Jack and Barbara Bovender Professor of the Practice of Anglican Studies will direct the Anglican Episcopal House of Studies; and the Rev. Dr. Eric Lewis Williams, assistant professor of theology and Black Church studies will direct the Office of Black Church Studies.
Maddox, William Kellon Quick Professor Emeritus of Wesleyan and Methodist Studies, was selected as the 2023 recipient of the Distinguished Service Award by the General Commission on Archives and History.
The grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities will support the first robust critical edition of the first 50 chapters of the book of Psalms.
The former curator of religion at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture discusses his work there and his hopes for his new role as director of the Office of Black Church Studies at Duke Divinity School.
Professor Patrick Smith among Duke faculty members honing skills with ACC peers through a year-long experience.
In this role, Antepli, who is also on the Divinity faculty, will lead the new university-wide Center for Community Engagement.
The Duke Chronicle has named Professor Powery a Duke leader "for his guidance on matters of race and ethics and his constant spiritual support for the entire university."
Williams, who currently serves as curator of religion for the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, will assume the role on July 1.
A global leader in ecumenical dialogue and scholar of reconciliation theology, Colón-Emeric has been at the Divinity School since 2007.
He joins three other Duke faculty who are newly appointed to the prestigious 243-year-old institution.
The Very Rev. Timothy Kimbrough will also be appointed Jack and Barbara Bovender Professor of the Practice of Anglican Studies, effective July 1.
Professor Smith joins a group of more than 200 fellows whose work has informed scholarship and public understanding of complex ethical issues in health, health care, science, and technology.