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Prof. Filipe Maia receives Honorable Mention Award for “Trading Futures”

Assistant Professor of Theology Filipe Maia was awarded the 2023 Honorable Mention designation for the Marxist Sociology’s Paul Sweezy Outstanding Book Award for his publication Trading Futures. According to the Marxist Sociology Blog, this award is bestowed to the “best book published in the past two years in the area of Marxist theory and research.” […]

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Prof. Filipe Maia Awarded Louisville Institute Book Grant

The Boston University School of Theology is pleased to announce that Assistant Professor of Theology Filipe Maia is a recipient of the Louisville Institute’s 2022 First Book Grant for Scholars of Color. The First Book grant “supports early career, non-tenured scholars of color completing a major research project in North American Christianity with grants up […]

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Prof. Lawrence Wills Publication is Finalist for Prose Award by Association of American Publishers

Boston University School of Theology adjunct instructor Prof. Lawrence Wills has published a new book, Introduction to the Apocrypha: Jewish Books in Christian Bibles, that was named a finalist for the Association of American Publishers (AAP) Prose Award earlier this year. Published by Yale University Press, the publication was nominated in the Theology & Religious […]

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Prof. Jonathan Calvillo Named HTI 2021 Book Prize Winner

Hispanic Theological Initiative announced its 2021 Book Award Winners at the beginning of January. Assistant Professor of Sociology of Religion Jonathan Calvillo was one of three awardees for his publication The Saints of Santa Ana: Faith and Ethnicity in a Mexican Majority City. “I am grateful to the many people who moved this project forward,” […]

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