One of the blessings of the Center's long history—approaching 60 years now—is that we have many friends around the world, and can welcome former residents who stop by to say hello. Read more about Old Friends Visit the Center
Scholar of Philippine shamanism, ethnomusicologist and singer Dr. Grace Nono who currently serves as Research Associate of the Women's Studies in Religion Program and HDS Visiting Lecturer in Women and Shamanism, delivered a performance-lecture for the World Religions Café on Wednesday, March 23. Read more about Decolonizing Voice
On Tuesday, March 22, in the CSWR Common Room, Janet Gyatso, Hershey Professor of Buddhist Studies at HDS, discussed her latest book Being Human in a Buddhist World: An Intellectual History of Medicine in Early Modern Tibet.
An interview with Professor Gyatso about her new book can be found here.
Currently in the lobby of the CSWR, there is an Eagle Dance display in the exhibit case. Displays change every couple of weeks, so visitors are invited to come back frequently to see the newest exhibit! Read more about Eagle Dance Display
"I sent my soul to wander in my home, when my footsteps towards it have lost their way, to ask our home if it still remembers us, or has it forgotten us even since we left"—From the song "I sent my Soul to You," by Syrian poet M.D Sabouni.
On Wednesday, March 9, Farah Zahra, an MTS candidate at Harvard Divinity School and a resident at the Center for the Study of World Religions presented on "Audible War: Musics of Syrians at Home & in Exile."