New Duke Divinity faculty highlight diverse voices and perspectives.
Edgardo Colón-Emeric was installed as the 16th dean of the Divinity School by Duke University Provost Sally Kornbluth on August 31 in Duke University Chapel.
The Rev. Luke Powery, who has served since 2012 as Dean of Duke Chapel, has been reappointed to a third five-year term following the completion of a university review, President Vincent E. Price said this week.
Polly Ha, associate professor of the history of Christianity, has been selected to deliver a prestigious Langford Lecture, awarded to new or newly promoted Duke faculty.
Wilson, professor of food, economics, and community, will begin his term in August.
Stephen B. Chapman has been named the William Barclay Distinguished Visiting Fellow in Biblical Studies for 2021-22 at the University of Glasgow.
Three new faculty members will build on the strengths of Duke Divinity School in the history of Christianity and add gifts and expertise in denominational and Latinx theology.
The “Listen, Organize, Act!” podcast interviews Christian leaders working in marginalized communities.
Efird was professor emeritus of the Divinity School and taught Greek and biblical studies to generations of students.
The volume demonstrates the presence of the living Christ in the sermon as exemplified through Mary’s conceiving, bearing, and naming of Jesus.