HDS ministry innovators address ‘soul sickness’ afflicting the U.S.
Marcus Briggs-Cloud, MTS ’10, is among a number of indigenous language activists helping to shape learning at Harvard and beyond. He has dedicated his life to revitalizing his ancestral tongue and the cultural identity it sustains.
View images from our annual Seasons of Light service, honoring the interplay of holy darkness and light in the world’s religious traditions and featuring sacred readings and music from students, staff, and faculty.
The fall 2020 graduate admissions application for the MDiv, MTS, ThM, and Special Student programs is now available.
Author, activist, and farmer Leah Penniman discusses the movement for food sovereignty and building a food system based on justice, dignity, and abundance. Her talk, "Farming While Black: African Diasporic Wisdom for Farming and Food Justice," took place at HDS's Center for the Study of World Religions on September 17, 2019.
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“It was beautiful to see my connection with Emerson, someone who intellectually influenced and inspired me to listen to my own light and make way for my own creative impulses. Then to end up in the institution that he attended, it comes full circle.”