Arab American Institute President James J. Zogby discussed the negative portrayal of Arab Americans in popular culture Tuesday night.
Washington Post religion journalist and current Nieman fellow Michelle Boorstein described the difficulties journalists who report on religion face.
Founded by professor Diana L. Eck, the organization marked its milestone with three days of panels and discussions last week.
Harry Potter may not be divinely inspired, but for a group of Harvard students and Cambridge residents, that has not stopped them from treating it like the bible.
Security was tight as people filed into the John F. Kennedy, Jr. Forum for former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak’s talk Wednesday night.
Memorial Church’s programming has continued largely unhindered as Church staff gets creative with where they host events.
Students, faculty, and staff of the Harvard Divinity School flood into Andover Hall to observe portions of “Faces of Divinity: Envisioning Inclusion for 200 Years.” The exhibit, which explores how the Divinity School became multireligious, opened Tuesday as a part of the school’s bicentennial celebrations.
Titled “The Queer Divine: Perspectives and Theologies from LGBTQ Lived Experiences,” the series of services examines the intersections between queer identity and religion.