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Weisenfeld’s Book Wins Award

CSR Executive Committee member Judith Weisenfeld’s book New World A-Coming: Black Religion and Racial Identity During the Great Migration has won the 2017 Albert J. Raboteau Book Prize for the Best Book in Africana Religions.

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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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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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Dubler wins Carnegie Fellowship

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

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Decosimo wins Manfred Lautenschlaeger Award for Theological Promise

Congratulations to CSR alum David Decosimo, Assistant Professor at Boston University, on winning the 2016 Manfred Lautenschlaeger Award for Theological Promise.
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David Jorgensen wins 2015 SBL-De Gruyter Prize

Former Graduate Student Fellow David Jorgensen (Colby College) was announced as the winner of the 2015 SBL– De Gruyter Prize for Biblical Studies and Reception History. 

Bryan Lowe wins dissertation award

Yale’s Council on East Asian Studies awards the Stanley Weinstein Dissertation Prize to CSR alum Bryan Lowe for his study on the ancient Japanese practice of scripture-copying entitled “Rewriting Nara Buddhism: Sutra Transcription in Early Japan.”

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