Professor Jerusha Neal leads "#MyBodyMyVoice" project with Th.D. candidate Peace Lee to amplify the voices of women who have contributed to church history.
The committee will continue recent efforts to engage with and learn from Duke’s history.
Theologian Mary McClintock Fulkerson retires from Duke Divinity School. Her scholarship and teaching leave a lasting influence on feminist theology.
The guest lecturer for 2015 was James H. Cone.
Professor Kate Bowler has gotten a sabbatical grant from The Louisville Institute to write a book on the wife “co-pastor” as a modern American icon.
Student and staff applications are open for 2015.
More than 130 African leaders met in Kampala, Uganda, Jan. 11-17, 2015, for the ninth Great Lakes Initiative (GLI) gathering and fourth Leadership Institute.
Clergy Health Initiative's two-year holistic wellness program saw drop in clergy with metabolic syndrome.
Coonrod will speak on Flannery O'Connor for the DITA Distinguished Lecture Series.
Conference for pastors and students will address church outreach efforts.
The conference will bring pastors and students together to discuss new ways of forming churches.
Holladay will speak Feb. 17 and 18 as part of the annual Clark lectures.
Every Tuesday in February, the Divinity School celebrated the distinct contributions of the school’s alumni of African descent.
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