Alums Return to Drew to Talk about Their Teaching

On June 1 and 2, 2012, nine Drew graduates returned to campus for a Wabash Center-sponsored gathering—not a conference, not a workshop, but a chance to talk.  The primary aim of the gathering was to discover what challenges graduates who hold teaching positions face, how well we are preparing them, and what we could do […]

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Second International Congress on Ecstatic Naturalism Held at Drew

Ecstasy, aesthetics, ecology—these are just some of the topics and issues addressed by the presenters at the Second International Congress on Ecstatic Naturalism held on April 13-14 2012. The congress drew together scholars from Brazil, New Zealand, Korea, and the US, as well as current and former students from Drew’s Graduate Division of Religion, Theological […]

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Dr. Bettye Collier-Thomas Delivers Nelle K. Morton Lecture

This year’s Nelle K. Morton Lecture was given by renowned historian Dr. Bettye Collier-Thomas of Temple University. Her address, “Protestant Women, Ecumenism, and Interracial Organizing in the United States, 1920-1965,” captured the essence of the annual lecture and also served as a testament to Morton, who was a pioneer in organizing across racial lines to […]

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Report from the Center for Christianities in Global Contexts

The Center for Christianities in Global Contexts supports research, reflection, and engagement of Christianity in its vastly diverse expressions around the globe.  Shaping our mission is the conviction that there is an urgent need to better understand the forces of both globalization and pluralism that shape Christianity today.  Having just completed a wonderfully productive year–the […]

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Greetings from the Chair

Dear GDR Graduates, Students, Faculty, and Friends, I am pleased to greet you with this second issue of our e-Newsletter!  As I indicated last time, we hope that this publication will provide a vehicle for sharing news several times a year about the exciting things that are happening in the broader community of Drew’s Graduate […]

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Report from the Center for Christianities in Global Contexts

The Center for Christianities in Global Contexts supports research, reflection, and engagement of Christianity in its vastly diverse expressions around the globe.  Shaping our mission is the conviction that there is an urgent need to better understand the forces of both globalization and pluralism that shape Christianity today.  Now in its fifth year, the Center […]

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Alumni News and Notes

Elaine Padilla (Ph.D. 2011) is Assistant Professor of Constructive Theology at New York Theological Seminary. Her upcoming publications include A Passionate God (Fordham University Press) and a three-volume work on Theology and Migration co-edited with Peter Phan (Palgrave McMillan). Padilla currently serves on the boards of the Hispanic Summer Program and the International Foundation for […]

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Our own Otto Maduro 2012 President of the American Academy of Religion!

Otto Maduro, a Latino philosopher and sociologist of religion (b. Venezuela 14/4/45) has lived in the U.S. since 1987. Since 1992, he has been on the faculty of Drew’s Theological School and Graduate Division of Religion, where he is Professor of World Christianity and Latin American Christianity. Married in 1984 to Dr. Nancy Noguera, a […]

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