“The Problem of Evil beyond Theism” – Franklin Perkins

“The Problem of Evil beyond Theism” – Franklin Perkins

Please join us on April 25, 2024, for a public lecture by Prof. Franklin Perkins: “The Problem of Evil beyond Theism.” Perkins is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa and currently Visiting Professor of the Philosophy of Religions in the...
Brook Ziporyn: Inaugural Mircea Eliade Lecture

Brook Ziporyn: Inaugural Mircea Eliade Lecture

Monday, April 3, 4:30-6:00pm, Swift Lecture Hall (3rd floor) — A reception will follow The Divinity School is pleased to announce a public lecture by Brook A. Ziporyn entitled The Mind and the Mindlessness of Heaven and Earth: Teleology and Consciousness in Zhu...
Meiji Modern: Fifty Years of New Japan

Meiji Modern: Fifty Years of New Japan

A landmark exhibition at the Smart Museum of Art takes a fresh look at the art of Japan’s Meiji era (1868–1912), four remarkable decades that propelled the country into the modern era. See more information and visit us for Meiji Modern: 50 Years of New Japan. Learn...
Pauline Lee on Tales of a Late Ming Iconoclast

Pauline Lee on Tales of a Late Ming Iconoclast

The lecture will be November 7 at 5pm in Swift Lecture Hall (3rd floor). A reception will follow. The Divinity School is pleased to announce that Professor Pauline Lee, Visiting Associate Professor of the Philosophy of Religions at The Divinity School, will give a...
Stephan Licha

Stephan Licha

The Divinity School is pleased to announce that Stephan Licha will be joining the faculty as an Assistant Professor. His appointment will begin September 1, 2023. Stephan Kigensan Licha comes to us from the Department of Japanese Studies at the University of...

Winter Quarter Lectures in Swift Hall

Jesse LeFebvre - January 11, 4:30pm, Common Room Jesse LeFebvrePh.D. candidate, East Asian Languages and Civilizations, Harvard UniversityThe Antifragile Hasedera Kannon: Disaster, Revitalization, and Karma in Medieval JapanWednesday, January 11, 4:30pm, Common Room...