Professor Rosemarie Garland-Thomson selected as Emory's participant in the HERS Wellesley Institute
Dr. Garland-Thomson, Professor of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and English and leading scholar in the field of disabilities studies, was selected by the Office of Community and Diversity and the Emory Center for Women. Read more about her selection and the HERS Wellesley Institute.
"Star Trek into Darkness" and the Ethics of Space Exploration
Professor Paul Root Wolpe, Director of the Emory Center for Ethics, discusses the ethics of space exploration as part of the Emory Looks at Hollywood series. Listen here.
Art History student appointed as first Curator of African Art at the Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College
Ugochukwu-Smooth Nzewi is a specialist in modern and contemporary African and African Diaspora art. He will be responsible for the documentation, preservation, research, and development of the museum’s African art collection. Read more.
Religion students awarded prestigious Louisville Institute fellowships
Congratulations to Meredith Coleman-Tobias (American Religious Cultures), Sarah MacDonald (Ethics and Society) and Christopher Holmes (New Testament) for receiving coveted Louisville Institute Doctoral Fellowships for students considering theological education as their vocation. Read their student bios here.