Chapter proposals are invited for an edited volume Religious Literacy in the Public Sphere. This book project will explore:
what religious literacy means and looks like in different contexts;
why religious literacy matters in today’s social and political landscapes;
how to endorse the development of religious literacy in the public sphere.
Religion and Public Life is partnering with Harvard’s Global Studies Outreach Committee to provide a four-day, on-campus workshop focused on religion and nationalism, from July 31 – August 3, 2023.
The 49th Annual Association for Moral Education Conference promises to be an exciting event bringing together individuals engaged in the scholarship and practice of positive youth development with those engaged in the study and practice of moral education.
The Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) has two job openings available. See full descriptions and other information at https://www.prri.org/about/careers-and-fellowships/
Join us for an incredible program of discovery. Whether you are coming for professional, personal or educational reasons, what you learn will stay with you, influencing your connections with others and your understanding of the world around you.
Join the Religion & Society Program at our inaugural Powering Pluralism Summit from June 22 to 23, 2023 in Washington, D.C.
Joint convening of the Mid-Atlantic and New England and Canadian Maritimes Regions of the American Academy of Religion
The 34th Teachers’ Institute is from July 9 to 22, 2023. The Dar al Islam Teachers’ Institutes have been held at our famous facilities in Abiquiu, New Mexico since 1994. Our goal is to enable educators to teach about Islam with greater confidence. Participants gain a deeper understanding of the basic tenets of Islam, and see firsthand […]
The Teacher Institute “Engaging Lived Religion: Jain, Buddhist, and Muslim Communities” will introduce grade 6-12 educators to Jainism, Buddhism, and Islam through the lens of “Lived Religion” and equip them with knowledge, resources, and pedagogies for classroom engagements.
This 3-week experience is designed for K-12 teachers, educators who wish to integrate practical nonviolence into their lives, classrooms and schools.