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Professor David Michelson co-organizing Hugoye Symposium IV: Syriac and the Digital Humanities

February 26, 2015— is pleased to be a co-sponsor of Hugoye Symposium IV: Syriac and the Digital Humanities which will be held on 3/6/15 at Rutgers University. READ MORE »

Freedom Rider: ‘It was like my guts jumped’ VDS RACC's Dave Perkins quoted

February 24, 2015—Ivor “Jerry” Moore was just 19 years old when he boarded a bus bound for Birmingham to fight segregation on public transit systems in the South. READ MORE »

Short Stories by Jesus by Amy-Jill Levine

February 18, 2015—featured in America: The National Catholic Review magazine. It's the Catholic Book Club selection for February. READ MORE »

VDS student leads vigil for sexual assault survivors held at Parthenon

January 27, 2015—Sarah O'Brien was sexually assaulted, but she doesn't identify herself as a "victim." The 23-year-old Master of Divinity student at Vanderbilt University said she is "a survivor." READ MORE »

Divinity School to host the Art, Advocacy & Action Symposium 'This Is My Body: Exploring Gender and Sexual Justice'

January 26, 2015—Beginning February 11 and spanning three days, Vanderbilt Divinity School will host its second annual Art, Advocacy and Action symposium. READ MORE »

VDS Alumna's 'residential program for women' featured in new PBS series

January 26, 2015—On Monday Thistle Farms, started by Becca Stevens, will be featured in PBS’ “A Path Appears,” which is a three-part documentary series that builds off the vision of New York Times best-seller “Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide.” READ MORE »

Former VDS professor, William Edward Farley, dies at 85

January 26, 2015—William Edward Farley taught philosophy and theology at DePauw University and Pittsburgh Theological Seminary before joining the faculty of the Vanderbilt Divinity School in 1969, working there for three decades. READ MORE »

Listen: Renowned scholar of #HebrewBible and ancient Near East, Jack Sasson, retires from teaching

January 13, 2015—Students and colleagues of Jack M. Sasson recently feted the Mary Jane Werthan Professor of Jewish Studies and Hebrew Bible at Vanderbilt University on the occasion of his “last tango” (final class lecture). READ MORE »

Edward Farley: exponent of constructive theological wisdom

January 12, 2015—Academics and church leaders are among those mourning the loss of Edward Farley, a scholar and writer of "constructive theology", who died at the end of last year (2014) at the age of 85. READ MORE »

Campbellsville University to host American Baptist College president and VDS Professor, Dr. Forrest Harris, Jan. 21 at Martin Luther King service

January 7, 2015—Dr. Forrest E. Harris, president of American Baptist College in Nashville, Tenn., is the guest speaker for Campbellsville University's annual Dr. Martin Luther King Memorial Worship Service at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 21 in Ransdell Chapel at 401 N. Hoskins Ave., Campbellsville. READ MORE »

Seeing the Gospels through a Jewish lens: An interview with Amy-Jill Levine - See more at:

January 6, 2015—Jesus was a Jew who practiced a Jewish religion and preached mostly to Jewish people about Jewish themes. I explored this idea earlier in the week through an interview with National Book Award winner James Carroll about how Christians often overlook Jesus’ Jewishness. Today, I extend this line of thinking a bit with a conversation with Amy-Jill Levine, professor of New Testament and Jewish Studies at Vanderbilt Divinity School. READ MORE »

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