Graduate Student Jake Watson and Sarah Hosman have each received funding from...
Social Science and Religion Network- Research and Funding
AVAILABLE FUNDING IN SOCIAL SCIENCE AND RELIGION
Jack Shand Research Award: May 1 (really soon). This is the grant for holders of the PhD, typically not more than $5000.
SSSR Student Research Award: Also May 1 (also really soon). This grant is for graduate students, typically not more than $3000.
SSSR Distinguished Article Award: May 15. Articles must have citations from calendar 2015.
SSSR Student Paper Award: August 1. You have a little time on this one. ***The rules have changed slightly, so please consult the website.
Princeton University’s Faith and Work Initiative within the Center for the Study of Religion
Deadline: For full consideration, submit by January 4, 2016.
Applications will continue to be reviewed until position is filled.
Initial appointment is for one year, with possibility of renewal pending satisfactory performance. Position is open to recent PhD graduates interested in studying the area of Faith and Work/Workplace Spirituality. Possible research focus might include, but not be limited to, critical reflection on: organizational impact of workplace spirituality; historical or current issues in the faith and work movement; issues involving religion and business or the wider marketplace; and methods, models, or scales regarding the integration of faith in the workplace; and other areas of research pertaining to the intersection of faith and work.
UPCOMING CALLS FOR PAPERS
FAITH COMMUNITIES TODAY GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH PAPER COMPETITION
Deadline: May 31, 2016
Eligibility: The competition is open to any graduate student (master’s or doctoral level) enrolled in a U.S. educational institution that uses Faith Communities Today data in a thesis, dissertation, or potential journal article. Students will be encouraged to submit their papers to an academic journal. For more information, see http://www.faithcommunitiestoday.org/student-research-paper-competition
PRACTICAL MATTERS: A JOURNAL OF RELIGIOUS PRACTICES AND PRACTICAL THEOLOGY
For consideration in Issue 10: Wealth, Poverty, and Practice, submissions must be received by October 1, 2016
Practical Matters is now accepting submissions on religious practices and practical theology for 2016-2017. The journal will feature articles and multimedia projects on the theme of money, class, and religion. For more information, see the CfP at:
ADDITIONAL UPCOMING OPPORTUNITIES OF INTEREST
2016 UCSIA SUMMER SCHOOL ON “RELIGION, CULTURE, AND SOCIETY: ENTANGLEMENT AND CONFRONTATION”
Applications due May 15, 2016
Participation and stay for young scholars and researchers are FREE OF CHARGE! Participants should pay for their own travel expenses to Antwerp.
This summer school is a one-week course taking place from Sunday 28 of August until Sunday 3 of September 2016 (dates of arrival and departure). This year the programme will focus on the topic of Public Religion, Spirituality and Lifestyle.
In this year’s programme, the summer school will discuss issues and questions arising from new emerging forms of religion and the way these emerge, contrast and complement existing religious histories and structures.
‘Spiritual but not religious’ youth, Green Muslims, westerners converting to Buddhism and New Age movements, the re-emergence of Confucianism in Communist China, but also sects, the anti-vaccination movement and (g)local jihadists, these examples show how different forms of religion and religiosity meander through social realities today. On the one hand these (new) spiritual movements may want to move away from fixed dogmatic religious formulations and embedded power structures to give form to a deep desire to live a meaningful life, at the other hand they may also look for ways to contest expressions of modern day life. At the same time also organized religions look at ways to give an answer to contemporary issues by renewing their religious traditions, dogmas and structures.
For more information, see http://www.ucsia.org/main.aspx?c=.SUMMERSCHOOL&n=49075
Visiting Assistant Professor of Women, Gender and Sexuality and International and Area Programs
For more information, see https://reason.kzoo.edu/provost/facultyjobs/WGS/
For more information, contact Prof. Nancy Ammerman.