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Public Scholarship on Religion | funded by the Luce Foundation and hosted by Northeastern University
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Liz Bucar 8h
This is great news: promoting a kickass religion reporter to deputy international editor? Yes please!
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Arlene Sánchez-Walsh 16h
Thanks so much for the opportunity!
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Sacred Writes Dec 17
so delighted to have helped bring and for their new series on Hispanic Religions! and thank you to all of our brilliant applicants.
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Dr. Tricia C. Bruce Dec 16
Training in public scholarship for folks w/ PhD in religious studies or theology:
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Dr Darlene Fozard Weaver Dec 15
An exciting opportunity from for anyone with a PhD who works on religion (PhD in social sciences and humanistic disciplines beyond and are welcome!)
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Sacred Writes Dec 15
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yes, folks with training in theology, biblical studies, and other related fields (like history, literature, poli sci, etc), this means you, too. If you hold a PhD and work on religion broadly defined, you’re eligible to apply.
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Sacred Writes Dec 15
good morning, there’s just one month left to apply for our 2019 training! join us 16-23 June to build practical skills for public scholarship on religion.
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Constance Furey Dec 10
Thrilled and grateful to be part of this new project, BEING HUMAN, generously funded by and hosted by new center for Religion and the Human.
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Ilyse R. Morgenstein Fuerst Dec 10
Do it, fellow nerds
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J Africana Religions Dec 10
Thanks very much for sharing, ! We will be back in touch soon with information for religion scholars who want to work with a research partner across and/or around the Black Atlantic.
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ProfB Dec 10
Apropos of my conversations I'm having with folks about public scholarship and how to do it, apply for this great grant and spend a week in the summer learning how to write op-ed's etc...
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Sacred Writes Dec 10
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grad students: if your department is interested in hosting a public scholarship training, get in touch with . we’d love to help!
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Sacred Writes Dec 10
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Scholars who have completed their PhDs in religious studies, theology, or related fields (biblical studies, we’re looking at you) by May 2019 are welcome to apply.
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Sacred Writes Dec 10
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build practical skills for engaging different audiences: learn to write and pitch an op-ed; use social media effectively; collaborate with journalists, and more!
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Dr. Vanessa K.Valdés Dec 10
"America's Islamic Heritage Museum begins in the 1500s and explores the contributions of American Muslims through the 21st century."
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Sacred Writes Dec 10
need a break from end-of-semester stress? want to help shift the public conversation on religion toward nuance and evidence-based analysis? apply for our summer 2019 training!
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Sacred Writes Dec 8
if they’re going to push for public scholarship, universities need to learn to value this work AS scholarship. is at the forefront of the effort to shift the academy toward more accessible, still rigorous scholarly work. get into it.
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Sacred Writes Dec 8
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with all this pressure for journalists to contextualize and analyze, partnerships with scholars are more important than ever. can help!
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Sacred Writes Dec 8
“journalism is inevitably shifting. These days, it is less about producing new information than it is about gathering information already on the record, evaluating it, and explaining and contextualizing it for an audience, perhaps with some analysis and argumentation.”
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