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Special Inning: Student Stories

Special Inning: Student Stories

April 13, 2015

As part of the Innings & Outings series sponsored by the HDS Office of Religious and Spiritual Life, Naohito Miura (MDiv), Ram Singh (MTS), and Martha Meilleur (MDiv) shared their respective experiences as members of the Johrei, Sikh, and Spiritualist communities. While the HDS student groups represent a wide range of religious and spiritual traditions, these individuals demonstrate how our student body is even more diverse than the current list of registered student organizations.

When the Book Is a Coyote: Some Challenges and Possibilities for Comparative Theology from the Study of Native American Traditions

When the Book Is a Coyote: Some Challenges and Possibilities for Comparative Theology from the Study of Native American Traditions

April 7, 2015

On April 7 in the evening, Professor Laurel C. Schneider (Religious Studies, Religion and Culture, Vanderbilt University) lectured on the theme, “When the Book Is a Coyote: Some Challenges and Possibilities for Comparative Theology from the Study of Native American Traditions.”