Shortly after the release of the CD-ROM On Common Ground and the creation of www.pluralism.org, the Pluralism Project began engaging affiliate religion departments, theological schools, and researchers through mini-grants which enabled professors and departments to involve themselves and their students in research on the changing religious life of their own city or region. This work further expanded our geographic reach and extended the impact of the Pluralism Project.Although we no longer offer grants to affiliates, we still maintain robust relationships with affiliates from across the country and, in some cases, around the world.
The Pluralism Project accepts applications for affiliates on a rolling basis. Scholars, media professionals, teachers, or community members interested in applying for affiliation with the Pluralism Project should complete and submit the following form. Applications will be reviewed by Pluralism Project senior staff.
Note: We are not accepting affiliate applications at this time.
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