We are delighted to announce two new fellowship opportunities with Lived Religion in the Digital Age, a public understanding of religion initiative at Saint Louis University supported by the Henry Luce Foundation.
The application period for LRDA Teaching and Research Fellows is open through January 15, 2020. We encourage applications from instructional faculty and researchers at every rank and status. In order to promote these opportunities, we hope you could please share this email and the attached flyers with your colleagues and graduate students. We also have an annual graduate fellowship for doctoral students at Saint Louis University and would be happy to discuss that opportunity with any students considering applying to our graduate program.
The theme for the current call is “Performing Religion.” Next year’s theme will be “Religion, Migration, and Diaspora.” No prior digital humanities experience is required for either fellowship.
For more information about the project, including forthcoming information on public and academic events and updates on the development of the interactive database, please go to our website, www.religioninplace.org. For questions, please email Dr. Rachel McBride Lindsey, Assistant Professor of American Religion and co-director of Lived Religion in the Digital Age: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many thanks and best regards,
Rachel McBride Lindsey and Pauline Lee