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Former Fellow Savage named Visiting Professor at Oxford

Penn’s Barbara D. Savage has been chosen as the Harmsworth Visiting Professor of American History at the University of Oxford for 2018-2019.  Read more. 

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Grad Fellow Shapiro named Jacobus Fellow

The Porter Ogden Jacobus Fellowship is Princeton University’s top honor for graduate students.  Religion and Culture Graduate Student Henry Shapiro is among this year’s four winners. Read more and watch a video featuring Shapiro.

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CSR Advisory Council Member and former Dean of the Chapel Frederick Borsch dies at 81

Frederick Borsch ’57 served on the CSR Advisory Council from 2000 to the present. He was the Dean of the Chapel from 1981 to 1987, returning in 2007 for a year as Interim Dean. Among other books, he was the author […]

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Parnagian awarded Fellowship

Undergraduate Fellow Melissa Parnagian has been awarded a Sheila C. Johnson Fellowship from Harvard Kennedy School, a full tuition scholarship for graduate students with a demonstrated interest in developing leadership skills focused on reducing disparities in underserved communities in the United […]

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Undergrad Fellow Gold wins Pyne Prize

Undergraduate Research Fellow Solveig Gold is a co-winner of this year’s Moses Taylor Pyne Prize for undergraduate achievement. She received CSR funding for research over winter break for her Thesis, “Deus ex Machina: Christ and Theatricality in the Philosophy […]

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CSR Fellow, Alums Win Louisville Grants

Wendy Cadge, Candi Cann, and Gillian Frank are among the winners of 2017 Project Grants from the Louisville Institute.  More…

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2015-2016 Annual Report Online

Read the Center’s 2015-2016 Annual Report online.

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Undergrad Fellow Leotsakos ’16 featured in PAW

CSR Undergraduate Research Fellow Stephanie Leotsakos ’16 wrote and produced an opera for her Senior Thesis. Read more here in the Princeton Alumni Weekly.

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Sheehan and Kavka debate the role of theology in the public university

A fascinating exchange on Religion Dispatches between two Center for the Study of Religion alumni: Jonathan Sheehan argues that it’s time to open up theology as a field of inquiry in the public university. Martin Kavka doubts that theology can, […]

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Dubler wins Carnegie Fellowship

CSR alum Joshua Dubler wins two-year fellowship to explore prison abolition.

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