The Center is pleased to announce the selection of 19 Graduate Student Fellows for 2015-2016. Graduate Student Fellows participate in one of the Center’s two weekly seminars. Graduate students engaged in research dealing with the relationships between religion and public policy or between religion and contemporary social participate in the Religion and Public Life Seminar. Post-generals students working on historical, ethnographic, and/or normative aspects of religion make up the Religion and Culture Seminar.
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