2023 Annual Meeting

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Postdoctoral Fellow, Rice Academy of Fellows

Rice University’s Boniuk Institute for the Study and Advancement of Religious Tolerance is pleased to invite applications for sponsorship to the Rice Academy Postdoctoral Fellows Program. The two-year Rice Academy Postdoctoral Fellowships are open to exceptional scholars who have recently earned a doctoral degree in any area and who want to pursue research with faculty at Rice University. Rice Academy Fellows application requires sponsorship by a Rice University faculty member in a dual sponsorship structure. This call is for consideration for sponsorship by the Boniuk Institute in the Institute’s area of interest and in specific disciplines for the Rice Academy of Fellows. If selected as a Fellow, Boniuk institute will fund 50% of the Fellow’s salary (the other 50% to be funded by the Rice Academy).

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Heterodox Academy's Center for Academic Pluralism Faculty Research Fellowships

Heterodox Academy's Center for Academic Pluralism (CAP) invites applications for academic year 2024-2025 residential Faculty Research Fellowships in New York City, for scholars interested in exploring the theoretical and empirical foundations of pluralism in higher institutions of research and education, and sharing their findings with scholars, opinion leaders, and lay public around the world.

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Louisville Institute is now accepting application for the 2024 First Book Grant for Scholars of Color. The First Book Grant for Scholars of Color (FBG) provides grants up to $40,000 to assist early career, pre-tenured religion scholars of color to complete a major research project about Christian faith and life, the practice of ministry, religious trends and movements, Christian and other faith-based institutions, and religion and social issues. Projects may be rooted in fields such as history, systematic and practical theology, social science, ethics, biblical studies, etc., or may be interdisciplinary in nature. Of particular interest to the Louisville Institute are projects that bridge academic scholarship and the life of the church in North America.

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