Through a competitive funding program, Graduate Research Grants, Religion and Diversity Project students were able to seek support for their research thus enabling them to conduct fieldwork, textual or archival research, with support by the Project. Learn more about the diverse and innovative graduate programs by reading through the Fact Sheets below.
Helge Årsheim, “Legal Forms of the Religious Life”
Catherine Holtmann, “Immigrant Women, Social Networks and Religion”
Adam Lyons, “Karma and Punishment: Prison Chaplaincy in Japan”
Alyshea Cummins, “Redefining Islam in Canada: An Ismaili Muslim Movement”
Cimminnee Holt, “A Tribe of Outsiders: A Study on the Church of Satan”
Rosaria Maria Tagliente,”La religion au quotidien. Ethnographie de la religion vécue dans le contexte urbain de Taranto (Italie)”
Jason M.W. Ellsworth, “Taiwan to PEI and Back Again: Global Buddhism and Soy Production”