On Common Ground: World Religions in America (Online, 2013; originally CD-ROM, 2002 and 1997) A multimedia website exploring America’s changing religious landscape.
America’s Interfaith Infrastructure: An Emerging Landscape (Online, 2012) A pilot study of interfaith initiatives across the U.S.
World Religions in Boston: A Guide to Communities and Resources (Online) A selective portrait of 81 religious communities in the greater Boston area representing 13 religious traditions.
“Pluralism: Problems and Promise,” Journal of Interreligious Studies (Issue 17, Summer 2015)
Pluralism Project E-Newsletter
Fremont, U.S.A. (DVD, 2008)
Acting on Faith: Women’s New Religious Activism in America (DVD or VHS, 2005)
Becoming the Buddha in L.A. (VHS, 1993)
Articles by Pluralism Project Staff and Affiliates
“Interfaith Infrastructure: The Indispensable Value of the Local” – Diana Eck and Pluralism Project Staff, Journal of Interreligious Studies, Issue 24, (December 2018)
“Using the Case Method in Interfaith Studies Classrooms” – Ellie Pierce in Interreligious-Interfaith Studies: Defining a New Field, Eboo Patel and et al., eds. (Boston, MA: Beacon Press) 2018.
“The Case Study Method as a Means of Teaching About Pluralism” – Brendan W. Randall and Whittney Barth in Teaching Interreligious Encounters, Mark Pugliese and Alexander Hwang, eds. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017).
“Diana Eck’s Concept of Pluralism as a Norm for Civic Education in a Religiously Diverse Democracy” – Brendan W. Randall, Journal of Interreligious Studies, Issue 17 (August 2015).
“Pluralism, Place and the Local” – Whittney Barth, Journal of Interreligious Studies, Issue 17 (August 2015).
“Pluralism: Problems and Promise” – Diana Eck, Journal of Interreligious Studies, Issue 17 (August 2015).
““What is at Stake?” Exploring the Problems of Pluralism through the Case Method” – Ellie Pierce, Journal of Interreligious Studies, Issue 17 (August 2015).
“Hinduism Here,” Spotlight on Teaching, Religious Studies News 21:4 (October, 2006), pp. iii, vii.
“God Needs No Passport: Trying to Define the New Boundaries of Belonging” –
Peggy Levitt, Harvard Divinity Bulletin, 34.3, Autumn 2006.
“Manifesto for a new ‘WE’” – Tariq Ramadan, 7 July 2006.
“Youth and the Pluralism Project” – Grove Harris, in Building the Interfaith Youth Movement, Eboo Patel and Patrice Brodeur, eds, (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc) 2006.
“Pagan Involvement in the Interfaith Movement” – Grove Harris, Crosscurrents, Spring 2005.
“New and Unfamiliar: Researching Religious Plurality in Scenic Lucerne” –
Martin Baumann, CSSR Bulletin 34.4(2005): 61-64.
“Why Exclude a Muslim Voice?” (Op-ed) – Diana L. Eck, The Boston Globe, September 4, 2004.
“Global Hinduism in Gotham,” in Asian American Religions: Borders and Boundaries, Tony Carnes and Fenggang Yang, eds., (New York: New York University Press), 2004, pp. 112-137.
“Religions of the Pacific Rim in the Pacific Northwest” – Lance Laird, in Religion and Public Life in the Pacific Northwest: the “None” Zone, Patricia O’Connell Killen and Mark Silk, eds., Religion by Region Series, vol. 1., (Walnut Creek, CA: Alta Mira Press), 2004.
“Religion and Respectful Pluralism in the Workplace: A Constructive Framework” – Douglas Hicks, The Journal of Religious Leadership (Spring, 2003).
“Understanding and Celebrating Religious Diversityin Britain: A Case Study of Leicester since 1970 making comparisons with Flushing, Queens County, New York City” – Richard Bonney in collaboration with R. Scott Hanson, Encounters 9.2 (2003), pp. 123–151.
“Faith of Whose Fathers?” – Linda Ocasio, Ford Foundation Report, Winter 2002
“Commentary on Religious Pluralism in America” – R. Scott Hanson, Raymond B. Williams, and Tony Carnes, Religion and Ethics Newsweekly (June 22, 2001)
“Chaplaincy Amidst Religious Diversity” – Rev. Mary Katherine Allman, The Network (March-April 1999), published by the National Association of Episcopal Schools.
“Dialogue and Spirituality: Can We Pray Together?” – S. Wesley Ariarajah in Not Without My Neighbor: Issues in Interfaith Relations, (Geneva: World Council of Churches), 1999, pp. 26-58.
“Shared Sacred Space: New Religious Communities versus the Planning and Zoning Commission of New London, CT” – Patrice C. Brodeur and Susan F. Morrison
“The Pattern of Hinduism and Hindu Temple Building in the U.S.” – Karen Pechilis Prentiss
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