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Marilyn McCord Adams, 2002–03, Professor, Yale University Divinity School, “The Coherence of Christology”

Gary A. Anderson, 1997–98, Professor, Harvard University Divinity School, “Adam and Eve in Early Christian Exegesis”

Lewis O. Ayres, 2007–08, Associate Professor, Candler School of Theology of Emory University, “The Giver of Life: The Spirit and the Christian Life in Nicene Theology”

Jerome P. Baggett, 2006–07, Associate Professor, Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley, “Sense of the Faithful: An End and Beginning of American Catholicism”

Judith A. Berling, 2001–02, Professor, Graduate Theological Union, “Entering Other Worlds: Theological Learning and Non-Christian Religions”

Hans Boersma, 2007–08, Professor, Regent College, “Ressourcement: The Quest for a Sacramental Ontology”

François Bovon, 2002–03, Professor, Harvard University Divinity School, “The New Testament and Early Christian Apocrypha”

Mary C. Boys, 2004–05, Professor, Union Theological Seminary, “The Death of Jesus Christ: Redeeming a Sacred Story from its Sacrilegious Uses”

Catherine A. Brekus, 1999–00, Assistant Professor, University of Chicago Divinity School, “The World of Sarah Osborn (1714–1796): Popular Christianity in Eighteenth-Century New England”

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William Patrick Brown, 2007–08, Professor, Columbia Theological Seminary, “The Seven Ways of Creation: A Field Guide to the Ancient Cosmologies of Scripture for a Scientific Age”

Walter Brueggemann, 1994–95, Professor, Columbia Theological Seminary, “A Fresh Proposal in Old Testament Theology”

Frank Burch Brown, 1996–97, Professor, Christian Theological Seminary, “Good Taste, Bad Taste, and Christian Taste”

James Patout Burns, 2004–05, Professor, Vanderbilt University Divinity School, “Augustine’s Preached Theology”

Mark S. Burrows, 2007–08, Professor, Andover Newton Theological School, “Untamed Wisdom: Poetics of Desire and the Renewal of Theology as an Art”

Douglas E. Burton-Christie, 2008–09, Professor, Loyola Marymount University Department of Theological Studies, The Gift of Tears: Contemplative Ecology and the Renewal of the Earth

Gay L. Byron, 2005–06, Associate Professor, Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School, “Utilizing the Legacy of Ancient Ethiopians and Ethiopia for the Study of the New Testament and Christian Origins”

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Francine J. Cardman, 2002–03, Associate Professor, Weston Jesuit School of Theology, “Early Christian Ethics: Foundations and Frameworks”

Ellen T. Charry, 1995–96, Assistant Professor, Perkins School of Theology of Southern Methodist University, “The Christian Self”

Sarah A. Coakley, 1994–95, Professor, Harvard University Divinity School, “Three Personned God: A Feminist Exploration in Théologie Totale”

John J. Collins, 2000–01, Professor, Yale University Divinity School, “The Hebrew Bible/Old Testament: An Ecumenical Introduction”

Brian E. Daley, 2004–05, Professor, University of Notre Dame, “God Visible: Patristic Christology Reconsidered”

Mary Rose D’Angelo, 1999–00, Associate Professor, University of Notre Dame, Department of Theology, “Early Christian Sexual Politics and Roman Imperial Family Values: Rereading Christ and Culture”

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Patricia H. Davis, 1997–98, Assistant Professor, Perkins School of Theology of Southern Methodist University, “Spiritualities of Adolescent Girls”

Dawn A. DeVries, 1997–98, Associate Professor, Union Theological Seminary in Virginia, “The Word of God in the Theology of Friedrich Schleiermacher”

Ana María Díaz-Stevens, 2003–04, Professor, Union Theological Seminary, “Routes and Roles in Hispanic/Latina Leadership in Faith Communities”

Diana I. Eck, 1994–95, Professor, Harvard University Divinity School, “Multireligious America: New Questions for American Pluralism”

Margaret A. Farley, 1996–97, Professor, Yale University Divinity School, “The Act of Freedom: Key to the Relational Self”

Margot E. Fassler, 2008–09, Robert Tangeman Professor of Music History and Liturgy, Yale University Divinity School, Church and Cosmos: Hildegard’s Scivias and Related Chants, Drama, and Illuminations

Francis Schüssler Fiorenza, 2005–06, Professor, Harvard University Divinity School, “La Nouvelle Théologie: Its Legacy and Challenge to Theology”

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Carole R. Fontaine, 2008–09, Taylor Professor of Biblical Theology and History, Andover Newton Theological School, The Gazelle, the Tree and the Goddess: Visual Theology in the Song of Songs, Biblical Israel and Today

Susan R. Garrett, 1998–99, Professor, Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, “Angels at the Dawn of an Age: Reflections on Biblical Angels and Recent Messengers of the Divine”

Jacquelyn Grant, 1995–96, Professor, Interdenominational Theological Center, “Servanthood: Womanist Explorations into Ramifications and Impact of the Religious Concept of Servanthood”

Kathleen J. Greider, 1998–99, Associate Professor, Claremont School of Theology, “Meaning and Ministry in Narratives of Mental Illness: Persons with Emotional Disabilities Discuss Soul-Sickness, the Sacred, and Healing”

Stanley J. Grenz*, 1999–00, Professor, Regent College, “The Social Imago: Trinitarian Anthropology and the Postmodern (Loss of) Self”

Ruben L. F. Habito, 1995–96, Professor, Perkins School of Theology of Southern Methodist University, “Religion and Historical Engagement: Theology in Dialogue with Nichiren”

Amy Laura Hall, 2004–05, Assistant Professor, Duke University Divinity School, “Conceiving Parenthood: The Protestant Spirit of Biotechnological Reproduction”

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Paul D. Hanson, 2003–04, Professor, Harvard University Divinity School, “The Bible and Politics: The Anatomy of an Unsettled Relationship”

James H. Harris, 1994–95, Professor, Virginia Union University School of Theology, “The Ways of Church Folks: Theology and the Social Implications of Ministry in the Black Church”

Stanley M. Hauerwas, 2000–01, Professor, Duke University Divinity School, “With the Grain of the Universe”

Peter S. Hawkins, 1995–96, Professor, Yale University Divinity School, “Scripts for the Pageant: Dante and the Bible”

Richard B. Hays, 2001–02, Professor, Duke University Divinity School, “Opening Our Minds to Understand the Scriptures: Reading the Old Testament with the Synoptic Evangelists”

Richard P. Heitzenrater, 2002–03, Professor, Duke University Divinity School, “Tradition and History: Principles and Practice in the Wesleyan Heritage”

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Scott H. Hendrix, 2000–01, Professor, Princeton Theological Seminary, “Rerooting the Faith: The Reformation in a Christian Culture”

D. Bruce Hindmarsh, 2006–07, Associate Professor, Regent College, “The Roots of Evangelical Spirituality: A Historical Conversation”

E. Brooks Holifield, 2005–06, Professor, Candler School of Theology of Emory University, “The Clergy in America: A History”

Carl R. Holladay, 1999–00, Professor, Candler School of Theology of Emory University, “Reading the New Testament as Scripture: A Theological Introduction”

Amy M. Hollywood, 2007–08, Professor, Harvard University Divinity School, “Acute Melancholia: On Loss, Mourning, and Mysticism”

Dwight H. Hopkins, 2001–02, Associate Professor, University of Chicago Divinity School, “Conjurers, Tricksters, Outlaws, and Christian Heroes: Theological Anthropology Informed by Folk Culture”

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Reinhard Hütter, 1999–00, Associate Professor, Duke University Divinity School, “Freeing Freedom—Remembering the (Natural) Law: Christian Liberty, Its Modern Transformation, and Its Theological Recovery Under Postmodern Conditions”

Robin M. Jensen, 2001–02, Associate Professor, Andover Newton Theological School, “The Emergence of the Orthodox Jesus in Early Christian Art”

Cheryl Bridges Johns, 1996–97, Associate Professor, Church of God School of Theology, “Meeting God in the Margins: Ministry Among Modernity’s Refugees”

Luke T. Johnson, 2000–01, Professor, Candler School of Theology of Emory University, “The Future of Catholic Biblical Scholarship: Lessons from a Pre-Modern Tradition for a Post-Modern Church”

Arun Wayne Jones, 2008–09, John W. and Helen Lancaster associate Professor of Evangelism and Missions, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Brown and White: The Emergence of Protestantism in North India, 1800-1980

Demetrios S. Katos, 2008–09, Assistant Professor, Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, Advocating the Theological Alternative: Palladius of Helenopolis and the Origenist Tradition

Jennifer Wright Knust, 2007–08, Assistant Professor, Boston University School of Theology, “Loose Texts, Loose Women: A History of Jesus, an Adulteress, and the Gospel of John”

Robert A. Krieg, 2001–02, Professor, University of Notre Dame Department of Theology, “Catholic Theologians in Hitler’s Germany”

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Lizette Larson-Miller, 2002–03, Associate Professor, Church Divinity School of the Pacific, “Holy Ground: Discerning Sacred Space in Public Places”

Andrew D. Lester, 2000–01, Professor, Brite Divinity School of Texas Christian University, “A Pastoral Theology of Anger: A Context for Pastoral Care and Counseling”

Jon D. Levenson, 1999–00, Professor, Harvard University Divinity School, “The Tree of Life: The Loss, Recovery, and Redefinition of Immortality in Judaism and Christianity”

Blake Leyerle, 2003–04, Associate Professor, University of Notre Dame Department of Theology, “Traveling Space: Theorizing Early Christian Pilgrimage”

Thomas C. Long, 1995–96, Professor, Princeton Theological Seminary, “The Christian Funeral in the American Context”

Walter J. Lowe, 2003–04, Professor, Candler School of Theology of Emory University, “Christianity and Anti-Judaism”

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J. Rebecca Lyman, 1996–97, Professor, Church Divinity School of the Pacific, “From Error to Disease: Shifting Images of Theological Dissent and Authority in Ancient Christian Communities”

Kevin J. Madigan, 2006–07, Professor, Harvard University Divinity School, “Apostle of Doubt, Apostle of Faith: Thomas in the History of Western Christianity, 200-1500”

Otto A. Maduro, 2006–07, Professor, Drew University Theological School, “The Role of Pentecostal Congregations in the Creative Adaptation of Hispanic Immigrants to the United States”

Christl M. Maier, 2005–06, Associate Professor, Yale University Divinity School, “Space and Gender in Biblical Concepts of Jerusalem”

W. Eugene March, 2002–03, Professor, Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, “The Widening Circle of Divine Love: God’s Gift of Religious Pluralism”

Timothy M. Matovina, 2001–02, Associate Professor, University of Notre Dame Department of Theology, “Guadalupan Devotion in a Borderlands Community: Collective Ritual as Theological Discourse”

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John Anthony McGuckin, 2005–06, Professor, Union Theological Seminary, “The Theology of the Orthodox Church”

Daniel P. McKanan, 2004–05, Assistant Professor, Saint John’s University School of Theology, “Touching the World: Practices of Radical Inclusion in Camphill, Catholic Worker, and Transcendentalist Communities”

Margaret R. Miles, 1994–95, Professor, Harvard University Divinity School, “Religion and Values in Contemporary North American Popular Film”

Rebekah L. Miles, 2003–04, Associate Professor, Perkins School of Theology of Southern Methodist University, “Good Kids, Good Society, Good God: Theological and Ethical Reflections on Raising Good Children”

Bonnie Miller-McLemore, 1999–00, Associate Professor, Vanderbilt University Divinity School, “Toward a Theology of Children: Care of Children as a Religious Discipline and Communal Practice”

Margaret M. Mitchell, 1998–99, Associate Professor, University of Chicago Divinity School, “‘The Heavenly Trumpet’: John Chrysostom’s Interpretation of Paul and His Letters”

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Elizabeth Newman, 2008–09, Professor of Theology and Ethics, Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond, Attending to the Wounds on Christ’s Body: The Politics of Teresa’s Ecclesial Vision

Kathleen O’Connor, 2004–05, Professor, Columbia Theological Seminary, “Moral Formation of the Community after Disaster in the Book of Jeremiah”

Gene H. Outka, 2006–07, Professor, Yale University Divinity School, “The Ethics of Love and the Problem of Abortion”

Jean Porter, 1997–98, Professor, University of Notre Dame Department of Theology, “The Natural Law and the Christian Conscience: Medieval Moral Thought and Its Significance Today”

Larry L. Rasmussen, 1998–99, Professor, Union Theological Seminary, “Ecumenical Earth Ethics: Moral Frameworks and Deep Traditions”

Gabriel Said Reynolds, 2006–07, Assistant Professor, University of Notre Dame Department of Theology, “Reading the Qur’ān in Light of a Jewish-Christian-Islamic Tradition”

Maura A. Ryan, 2007–08, Associate Professor, University of Notre Dame Department of Theology “Health, Development, and Human Rights: New Directions for Christian Bioethics”

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Don E. Saliers, 1998–99, Professor, Candler School of Theology of Emory University, “Beauty and Holiness Revisited: Liturgical Travail in Contemporary American Culture”

Cheryl J. Sanders, 2000–01, Professor, Howard University School of Divinity, “Healing and Health Practices in the African American Churches and Community: An Ethical Perspective”

Susan E. Schreiner, 1998–99, Associate Professor, University of Chicago Divinity School, “Are You Alone Wise?: The Quest for Certainty in the Era of the Reformation and Its Challenge to the End of Modernity”

Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza, 2006–07, Professor, Harvard University Divinity School, “The Rhetoric of Empire and Ekklesia in the Pauline Tradition”

Katarina M. Schuth, 2004–05, Professor, Saint Paul Seminary School of Divinity of the University of St. Thomas, “Effective Ministry of Individual Pastors Serving Multiple Congregations”

Christopher R. Seitz, 1996–97, Professor, Yale University Divinity School, “Unity in Prophetic Literature: Isaiah 40–60 within the Book of Isaiah”

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Choon-Leong Seow, 1997–98, Professor, Princeton Theological Seminary, “Rehabilitating the Preacher: Understanding Ecclesiastes in Its Sociohistorical Context”

Jane I. Smith, 1997–98, Professor, Hartford Seminary, “Protestant Christianity and the Conundrum of Islam”

Jeanne Stevenson-Moessner, 2000–01, Assistant Professor, University of Dubuque Theological Seminary, “Womb-love: The Practice and Theology of Adoption”

Lawrence E. Sullivan, 1996–97, Professor, Harvard University Divinity School, “Hidden Histories: Sensing Religion in American Experience”

Marianne Meye Thompson, 1995–96, Associate Professor, Fuller Theological Seminary, “Tracing ‘The Outskirts of His Ways’: An Exegetical, Historical, and Theological Exploration of God in the Gospel of John”

Steven M. Tipton, 1996–97, Professor, Candler School of Theology of Emory University, “Public Pulpits: Religion in the Moral Argument of Public Life”

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Mark G. Toulouse, 1997–98, Professor, Brite Divinity School of Texas Christian University, “A Search for Wholeness: Christian Faith and Public Life in America, 1955–1995”

Emilie M. Townes, 2005–06, Professor, Yale University Divinity School, “Sites of Memory: Dismantling the Cultural Production of Evil”

Allen D. Verhey, 2008–09, Professor of Theological Ethics, Duke University Divinity School, "Ars Moriendi": Jesus' Death and a Christian's Dying

Janet R. Walton, 1997–98, Professor, Union Theological Seminary, “Imagination and Improvisation: Relating Artistic Process to Theological Education”

Sze-kar Wan, 2001–02, Associate Professor, Andover Newton Theological School, “‘Has God Rejected His People?’ Reclaiming Paul’s Vision of New Peoplehood, Retrieving Paul’s Ethnicity: Intragroup Ethnic Tension in Paul’s Letter to the Romans”

Karen Westerfield Tucker, 2002–03, Associate Professor, Duke University Divinity School, “Worthy Anthems Raise: Hymnals in Protestant Faith and Practice”

Todd David Whitmore, 1994–95, Assistant Professor, University of Notre Dame Department of Theology, “The Common Good and the Care of Children: Catholicism, American Public Life, and the Challenge of Abortion”

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Philip L. Wickeri, 2005–06, Professor, San Francisco Theological Seminary, “Reconstructing Christianity in China: K. H. Ting and the Chinese Church”

Vincent L. Wimbush, 1995–96, Professor, Union Theological Seminary, “Contemptus Mundi: Toward the Construction of a Taxonomy of Ascetic Worldviews in Early Christianity”

Nicholas P. Wolterstorff, 1998–99, Professor, Yale University Divinity School, “A Different God”

Khiok-khng Yeo, 2003–04, Associate Professor, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, “Nationalism, Ethnicity, and Freedom: A Confucianist-Pauline Hermeneutic of Pistis (in Galatians) and Chung-shu (in Analects)”

Randall C. Zachman, 2003–04, Associate Professor, University of Notre Dame Department of Theology, “The Living Icons of God: Manifestation and Proclamation in the Theology of John Calvin

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