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.
Theology and Arts classes this fall will concentrate on literature and the image.
African Great Lakes Initiative leaders voiced a commitment to local leadership and shared lessons with leaders in other regions.
The Divinity School will hold its 88th Opening Convocation service on Aug. 26 in Duke Chapel with Dean Richard B. Hays preaching. Classes begin on Aug. 25.
Learn how the Hispanic House of Studies serves as a resource for students who seek to serve Hispanic and Latino communities at a Aug. 27 meeting.
The poet and musician will start in Sept. as the school's first artist-in-residence.
A new book reflects on Professor Douglas Campbell's scholarship on the Apostle Paul.
Alban at Duke Divinity School will offer resources to help congregations flourish.
Scott Schomburg, M.Div ‘13, explores what makes the institute important to the life of Duke Divinity School.
Gill was selected by the senior class to preach during new student orientation on Aug. 20.
New book reflects on Professor Douglas Campbell's scholarship on the Apostle Paul.
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