Duke Initiatives in Theology in the Arts hosted an evening of music and conversation reflecting on the legacies of martyrs, focusing on the a Chinese dissident during the Mao era and the sole survivor of the El Mozote massacre in El Salvador.
North Carolina Correctional Institution for Women awarded the honor for the school’s Project TURN courses where incarcerated women learn alongside Divinity students.
Divinity School faculty were awarded distinguished professorships by Duke University on May 2.
The African Great Lakes program saw greater leadership from African partners this year.
A discussion on April 8 will address issues relating to women in ministry.
Michelle Wolfe will join the 2-week Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics program.
Jelks will give a talk on Benjamin Mays and Martin Luther King, Jr. on April 1, and will preach in Goodson Chapel.
Esther Acolatse’s new book examines Christian pastoral practices in African churches.
The U.S. premiere of a St. Luke Passion by acclaimed composer James MacMillan caps a four-year international theology and arts collaboration.
Nicklas will give the annual Clark Lectures on April 8 and 9.
A March 1 conference provided current and future pastors with resources and information.
Verhey was the Robert Earl Cushman Professor of Christian Theology.
Student Adam Baker, M.Div. '14, organized a conference that focuses on pastoral care of abuse survivors. Read more in The Herald Sun.
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