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From Mosques to Museums

Sarlo Award-winner Dr. Munir Jiwa reflects on art and Muslim identity, interreligious dialogue, and the growth of the GTU’s Center for Islamic Studies

by Doug Davidson

from Currents Fall 2015

A Boundary-Crossing Scholar: The GTU Honors Dr. Judith Berling

by Emily Wu


from Currents Fall 2015

It is an understatement to say that Dr. Judith Berling is a pillar of the Graduate Theological Union.  In her 28 years of service as faculty and administrator within the consortium, she has been instrumental in fostering GTU’s culture of inclusiveness and appreciation for diversity.

Beauty that Empowers

Lauren Guerra examines the public theology of the murals of San Diego's Chicano Park 

by Suzanne E. Miller

from Currents Fall 2015

From the President

 


from Currents Fall 2015

We are entering that time when planning and theories are transposing into concrete realities. 

CIS News: November 2015

Congratulations to Dr. Ahmed Zildzic who has just been named Associate Professor of Islamic Culture and Civilization in the Department for Oriental Philology (Arabic, Persian, Turkish) at the University of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. We are very grateful to Dr. Zildzic for his service to the CIS as Visiting Scholar and Lecturer, and for directing the Islamic Manuscripts Project at the GTU library (2014-2015).

CIS News: October 2015

The Center for Islamic Studies is delighted to share that CIS visiting scholar Dr. Nargis Virani; CIS lecturer, Dr. Som Pourfarzaneh; and CIS Director, Dr. Munir Jiwa, will be attending the Parliament of the Worlds Religions fostering collaborations on Muslim leadership. Oct 15-19, 2015, Salt Lake City.

Center for Swedenborgian Studies Becomes the GTU's Newest Center of Distinction

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.

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