Tag: religious diversity

Call for Papers “Religious Diversity: Conflict, Cooperation, Creolization”

The Center for Global Christianity & Mission will be co-hosting a graduate student conference at Boston University on “Religious Diversity: Conflict, Cooperation, and Creolization” to be held November 14th, 2015. Harvard University’s Diana L. Eck will give the keynote address, and there will be several panels of student papers. Please see the Religious Diversity Call for Papers with […]

Travel grants for research on racial and ethnic diversity in American Evangelicalism

The Institute for the Study of American Evangelicals (ISAE) at Wheaton College (IL) is offering a limited number of research travel grants in connection with studies that highlight the historic and contemporary racial and ethnic diversity of American Evangelicalism.  Aimed at both doctoral students and currently-employed faculty, the grants are intended to defray travel, lodging, meal, and […]