Through convenings of our Religious Pluralism Funders Circle and the work of our Powering Pluralism Network, the Religion & Society Program has illuminated the field of religious literacy, showing the diversity of approaches and gaps in the field.
At the request of the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, Religion & Society Fellow for Religious Literacy and Competency Brie Loskota built on the learnings from our convenings and conducted a review of content providers and creators of religious literacy materials in the categories of new media, education, and journalism. The report, Understanding Religious Literacy Content Creators and Providers in Education, Journalism, and New Media, seeks to help practitioners, content creators, academics, and funders understand the landscape of content that is “advancing public knowledge about religions.”
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Funders have a unique opportunity to expand, connect, and improve the field of #ReligiousLiteracy. Learn more about what the landscape of content currently looks like and where opportunity lies in this @AspenReligion report. #PoweringPluralism https://bit.ly/2XCVcrX
What does the landscape of content that is advancing public knowledge of religion look like? @AspenReligion fellow for Religious Literacy @brieloskota, took on the task of answering that question. Learn about the landscape of #ReligiousLiteracy content in the Program’s report: https://bit.ly/2XCVcrX
With the support of the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, @AspenReligion has published a landscape of #ReligiousLiteracy content in new media, education, and journalism. Read the report authored by @brieloskota here:https://bit.ly/2XCVcrX