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In 2013, Professors Arthur Kleinman and Davíd Carrasco co-created “Quests for Wisdom: Religious, Moral, and Aesthetic Experiences in the Art of Living.” “Maybe the human predicament is not about survival or how do we survive, but it’s that we always survive — we endure anything and everything,” said Kleinman (pictured) in Harvard Hall.

Pain, joy, and wisdom

Interdisciplinary course goes deep to look for answers to difficult, fundamental questions



Michael D. Jackson, an ethnographer who has done extensive fieldwork in West Africa and with aboriginal Australians, joined other panelists at Harvard Divinity School in reflecting on the diversity of scholarship in religious studies at the University.

Beyond belief

Panelists find sharper understanding of world events through religious studies