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ESR Celebrates 2012 Baccalaureate and Commencement

Post date: Tue, 2015-10-27 02:35

This past weekend ESR celebrated the graduation of 20 students from the class of 2012. A group of 14 students received their Master of Divinity, three received an M.A., and another three will be December 2012 graduates.

ESR Welcomes Poet Scott Cairns for 2011 Ministry of Writing Colloquium

Post date: Tue, 2015-10-27 02:28

Earlham School of Religion will be hosting the 20th Annual Ministry of Writing Colloquium November 4th and 5th on their Richmond campus.  Poet and author Scott Cairns will present the keynote topic: The Poem in Progress: a Way of Knowing, which will describe the poetic text as not being a means of expressing what is already known, but as a way of knowing, of seeing, of glimpsing what is not yet known.

ESR Upgrades Digital Quaker Collection Website

Post date: Tue, 2015-10-27 02:26

ESR recently upgraded the website which houses the Digital Quaker Collection (DQC). Built about 8 years ago, the DQC gives ESR Access students a connection to the same quality information as our residential students have on campus at Earlham's Lilly Library.

ESR Celebrates 2011 Commencement Events

Post date: Tue, 2015-10-27 02:24

The end of the year celebrations at Earlham School of Religion this past weekend provided the community with a variety of opportunities to share with our graduates the joy of marking the end of one time in their lives and the beginning of new opportunities for ministry and service.

Rieger Shares Views on Empire, Economics and Christianity for 2011 Willson Lectures

Post date: Tue, 2015-10-27 02:21

Joerg Rieger was the 2011 Willson Lecturer at the Earlham School of Religion on April 4-5. He presented three lectures on the Richmond, Indiana campus addressing the theme: Empire, Economics, and Christ: Does Christianity Still Make a Difference?

East Shares "Leaps and Bounds" with ESR Community

Post date: Tue, 2015-10-27 02:12

“I’m here today because I’ve realized that our economy not only fails to provide for the basic needs of humankind, it also refuses to regard the limits of the Earth -- our home and life support system. Progress has upped the anty, and now our bulging bubbling economy is leaving a heavy footprint,” shared Tevyn East, as she began her keynote performance for the 2011 ESR Spirituality Gathering.

ESR Launches Learning and Leading Blog

Post date: Tue, 2015-10-27 01:52

Earlham School of Religion is excited to announce the launch of our official blog, Learning and Leading. In recent years, ESR has been actively involved on various social networks, and some individual faculty members and students have maintained personal blogs.

ESR Receives Gift of the Lauramoore Friends Home

Post date: Tue, 2015-10-27 01:30

ESR was recently the recipient of the historic Lauramoore Friends Home, a beautifully preserved 14-room Victorian home, located on 1.3 acres, and less than a mile from the ESR campus. Formerly a private residence, and most recently incorporated as a non-profit organization, administered by Ohio Valley Yearly Meeting the home was gifted to ESR by their Board of Directors.

Carrie Newcomer Shares Songs and Stories at 2010 Ministry of Writing Colloquium

Post date: Mon, 2015-10-26 14:53

Carrie Newcomer delivered a keynote address filled with inspiration, humor and song at the Ministry of Writing Colloquium on October 15-16 at ESR. Over 100 attendees filled the ESR Center to hear Newcomer, who has been called a poet and folk singer, a warm spirit and prairie mystic. She spoke on "Spirituality and the Arts," which explored ways the artistic practice can be seen as a spiritual one as well. 

ESR Students Receive Honors at 2010 ICEA Conference

Post date: Mon, 2015-10-26 14:42

The 2010 Conference of the Indiana College English Association was held Friday, October 22, at Indiana State University.  ESR students Robin Anderson and Jason Jolley shared first place honors in the creative readings category. Robin read several poems covering a range of topics from Job to a response to Mary Oliver's "Gethsemane" and Jason read a short story about a homeless child living in a Mexican garbage dump.

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