Shively Smith

BUSTH Announces Faculty Publications and Presentations for March 2024

The School of Theology is pleased to announce the following faculty publications and scholarly presentations for March 2024: Eunil David Cho (presentations) “Breaking the Silence for Such a Time as This: Psychological Analysis of Esther’s Intersectional Identity in Esther 4,” Old Testament Research Colloquium at Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, NJ “The Brief Comparative History of […]

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Prof. Shively T. J. Smith records the Book of Revelation for The People’s Book

Assistant Professor of New Testament Shively T. J. Smith has lent her voice to recording the book of Revelation for The People’s Book. The People’s Book is a collaboration between The Friendship Press and the National Council of Churches, and it is described as an “ever-expanding audio Bible narrated by Black, Brown, Asian, and Indigenous […]

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BUSTH’s Six Most-Read Stories of 2023

The Boston University School of Theology’s top-read stories from 2023 showcase the depth and breadth of our faculty expertise, our outstanding alumni and students, as well as the importance of our community and belonging. Look back on 2023 by reading these top posts one more time as we usher in 2024 together. Prof. Karen Westerfield […]

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BUSTH Announces Faculty Publications and Presentations for December 2023

The School of Theology is pleased to announce the following faculty publications and scholarly presentations for December 2023: Eunil David Cho “Counterstorytelling as an Analytical Framework for Qualitative Research and Anti-racist Pastoral Care and Theology,” Journal of Pastoral Theology 33, vol. 3 (2023): 1-17. Luis Menéndez-Antuña (interview) “Entrevista a Fernando Segovia” Reseña Biblica 120, 74-76. […]

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MDiv Student Dzidzor featured on WBUR.org

The following is an excerpt from the WBUR.org article “For Boston poet Dzidzor, performance is a lot like church” originally published on October 15, 2023 by Amelia Mason, featuring current Master of Divinity student Dzidzor Azaglo (‘24) and quoting Assistant Professor of New Testament Shively T. J. Smith.  It was nearing golden hour at Roxbury Heritage […]

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BUSTH Announces Faculty Publications for September 2023

The School of Theology is pleased to announce the following faculty publications for September 2023: Choi Hee An “Asian Immigrants’ Hinterland,” Rebekah Pryor and Stephen Burns eds. Feminist Theologies: Interstices and Fractures, Lexington: Fortress Press, 2023. Choi Hee An, et al  “Intellectual humility and religion/spirituality: a scoping review of research,” co-authored with Elise J. Y. […]

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Prof. Shively T. J. Smith appointed Inaugural Director of PhD Program

The Boston University School of Theology (BUSTH) is pleased to announce that Assistant Professor of New Testament Shively T. J. Smith will serve as the inaugural director of the School’s Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program, effective July 1, 2023. In this new role, Prof. Smith will work closely with Associate Dean Bryan Stone and the […]

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Prof. Shively T. J. Smith receives The HistoryMakers 2023-24 Fellowship Award for Innovation in Pedagogy and Teaching

The HistoryMakers: the Digital Repository for the Black Experience, announced in a recent email announcement and press release that Assistant Professor of New Testament Shively T. J. Smith has been awarded one of twelve 2023-24 fellowships awarded to faculty in the United States who are dedicated to diversifying higher education curricula and furthering student learning. […]

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BUSTH Announces Faculty Publications for March 2023

The School of Theology is pleased to announce the following faculty publications for March 2023: Eunil David Cho Book Review: Jessica Wai-Fong Wong, Disordered: The Holy Icons and Racial Myths (Waco, TX: Baylor University Press, 2021), Scottish Journal of Theology, 76(1), 86-88. Rebecca Copeland Copeland, R. L. (2023). The Perils of Premature Judgment: Reading Matthew […]

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