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Dr. Dave Perkins & Tracking Jesus in popular music topic of (Lunch) Box talk

December 3, 2014—Nashville musician Dave Perkins will discuss “Three Big Bangs and Bob (Dylan): Tracking Jesus in American Popular Music” Dec. 3 at the Nashville Public Library. READ MORE »


Vanderbilt Divinity community breakfast to focus on U.S.-Mexico border

December 3, 2014—Vanderbilt Divinity School and Graduate Department of Religion students who traveled to the United States-Mexico border last May will share their reflections on the personal, legal and economic realities associated with immigration at a Dec. 4 community breakfast. READ MORE »


Untamed Narratives

December 1, 2014—In Short Stories by Jesus, Amy-Jill Levine revisits the parables with an eye toward their first-century context READ MORE »


Rev. Becca Stevens, MDiv90, takes on tragedy, healing of tea in book

November 12, 2014—he Rev. Becca Stevens is an Episcopal priest, writer and activist at Vanderbilt University’s St. Augustine’s Chapel. Stevens is most well known for starting Magdalene, a healing residential program for women coming out of prostitution and addiction. Part of the program is the operation of Thistle Farms businesses, a café and a line of body care products. READ MORE »







New faculty: Phillis Sheppard examines womanist perspectives in psychoanalysis and religion

October 13, 2014—Phillis Sheppard traces her early interest in the role of religion and culture in self-understanding to growing up in a family with some powerful church women. READ MORE »



Vanderbilt marks African American milestones

October 13, 2014—It has been 50 years since eight African American students made history in 1964 when they enrolled in Vanderbilt University’s College of Arts and Science and School of Engineering. READ MORE »




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