Spotlight

 

In 2019, the Pluralism Project received a comprehensive grant from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations to update its website, develop a case study volume, and explore new collaborations with leaders in the field.

 

In early 2019, the Pluralism Project hosted a conference for an elite group of educators at the first Convening on the Case Method, the Project’s signature pedagogy, generously funded by the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations and the Wabash Center for Teaching & Learning in Theology and Religion.  Read More >>

 

Pluralism Project Research Director Elinor Pierce’s chapter, “Using the Case Method in Interfaith Studies Classrooms,” was published in the anthology Interreligious-Interfaith Studies: Defining a New Field.  Read More >>


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