Religion & Society Scholarship
The Religion & Society Program produces and contributes to original scholarship on religious pluralism and its component parts through contributions from staff, collaboration with research partners, and by hosting experts in the field as Religion & Society Program Fellows.
Dr. Brad Fulton is the Religion & Society Fellow for Faith-Based Philanthropy. Brad is furthering our research into the role of faith-based philanthropy in religious pluralism, collaborating closely with Allison K. Ralph and presenting at conferences such as ARNOVA.
Dr. Kate Soules is the Religion & Society Fellow for Religious Literacy Evaluation. Kate is an education researcher and curriculum developer who will inform the Program’s approach to religious literacy through her research on and evaluation of the field.
Asma T. Uddin is the Religion & Society Fellow for Religious Freedom. Asma is leading “The Politics of Vulnerability Project.” This initiative brings Evangelical Christians and Muslims together to find common ground through the legal framework of religious freedom. This project culminates with the book, The Politics of Vulnerability, published with Pegasus Books on March 23rd, 2021. Click here to order a copy today.