The Religion and Social Change Lab at Duke University is looking to hire a postdoc with expertise in qualitative methods and substantive interests in the sociology of religion and/or education. The postdoc will focus on data collection and analysis for several large, longitudinal research studies focused on Mainline Protestant clergy and congregations, including a mixed-methods study of seminary education. The ideal candidate will have experience with in-depth interviews and ethnographic fieldwork in religious contexts. Familiarity with Nvivo and team-based qualitative analysis is a plus. Knowledge of and interests in clergy, congregations, and/or seminary education is also a plus. This is a 2-year postdoc, with the possibility of a one-year extension. The selected candidate will be expected to relocate to the Durham area and to travel for fieldwork in the Southeastern US. Please feel free to contact Erin Johnston (Senior Research Associate with RaSCL) with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org Link to apply: https://careers.duke.edu/job/Durham-POSTDOCTORAL-ASSOCIATE-NC-27710/1027549000/
The 14th HudHud International webinar on "Islamic mysticism and Theory of being-centered Leadership"
The 14th HudHud International webinar on "Islamic mysticism and Theory of being-centered Leadership". We're looking forward to seeing you online on Monday, 8th May 2023, 10:30 am, EST time, 4:30 pm CET time Here is the link of Registration: https://vdars.com/en/knysh/
PRRI (Public Religion Research Institute) Public Fellows Program
PRRI is announcing an opportunity to join a diverse cohort of 16 non-residential Public Fellows who are engaged in public scholarship at the intersection of religion, culture, and politics. As a part of PRRI's Religion and Renewing Democracy Initiative, the organization is seeking applicants whose research agendas align with one of four principal vectors of PRRI's ongoing work: 1) religious, racial, and ethnic pluralism; 2) racial justice and white supremacy; 3) immigration and migration studies; and 4) LGBTQ rights. In each area of scholarship, PRRI will select four Public Fellows.