The Graduate Theological Union is pleased to welcome the Center for Swedenborgian Studies (CSS) as its newest Center of Distinction. The Center for Swedenborgian Studies offers theological education to men and women seeking to minister within the Swedenborgian Church, serves as a hub for scholarship regarding the Swedenborgian tradition, and provides Swedenborgian theological resources for the wider church and community.
Submitted by communications on Thu, 10/01/2015 - 9:48am
The Graduate Theological Union has adopted a new doctoral curriculum beginning in fall 2016 that builds on the strengths of the existing program while enhancing opportunities for interdisciplinary scholarship and interreligious conversation among students and faculty.
Submitted by communications on Wed, 09/23/2015 - 10:56am
The Graduate Theological Union is seeking candidates for a Dean and Vice President for Academic Affairs to begin July 1, 2016. The Dean will work with faculty and administrative colleagues to further develop and implement a newly redesigned PhD program that will create an interactive learning environment among the world’s religious traditions. Applicants should hold the PhD (or equivalent) and be committed to the value of interreligious and interdisciplinary graduate education in theological and religious studies.
Submitted by communications on Wed, 08/19/2015 - 10:54am
This performance featuring acclaimed Kathak dance artist Rina Mehta was recorded on April 10, 2015, at the Doug Adams Gallery at the Graduate Theological Union. The performance was presented in conjunction with the 2015 Surjit Singh Lecture on Comparative Religious Thought, and was sponsored by the GTU's Hindu Studies Initiative and the Center for Arts, Religion, and Education (CARE).
Submitted by communications on Wed, 06/17/2015 - 1:53pm
The 2015 Surjit Singh Lecture on Comparative Religious Thought and Culture was held on April 10, 2015. Dr. Anantanand Rambachan, professor of religion at Saint Olaf College in Minnesota, spoke on "Interreligious Relations as Friendship: M.K. Gandhi and Charles Freer Andrews."
Submitted by communications on Wed, 06/17/2015 - 1:42pm