The story of the Unitarian mission to Japan started in the late 19th century, when representatives of the American Unitarian Association were invited by one of the leading intellectuals of the time, Fukuzawa Yukichi. This presence on Japanese soil led to an enthusiastic reception from the elite—to the point of becoming a fad—as large segments of the population were dreaming of making Japan the first cosmopolitan nation of Asia.
Please stop by the second floor of Andover-Harvard Theological Library to visit our exhibit, “ ‘Unitarian’ Identity from Servetus to the Transcendentalists,” now in its final week. The exhibit will end this Friday, May 25 at 4:00 pm.
Wednesday, 4/25/2018 (4:30 - 6:30 pm) in the Sperry Room
Please join Andover-Harvard Theological Library for a free screening of Come Sunday, based upon the ministry of Bishop Carlton Pearson. In 2016, AHTL was gifted Bishop Pearson’s personal archive of audio-visual materials and papers, which is currently being processed by Special Collections. The collection includes thousands of hours of footage of Bishop Pearson and the Azusa...
Join us Tuesday, October 25 at 4:00 p.m. in the Sperry Room for a screening and panel discussion of the new Ken Burns Documentary Defying the Nazis: The Sharps’ War, which prominently features materials from AHTL’s Special Collections. See more details here: https://goo.gl/qjzTx7