We invite applications from instructional faculty at any rank to support new and/or redesigned courses that address topics, themes, or subjects relevant to the study of lived religion in the digital age. We are especially interested in supporting efforts to bring students into interaction with religious diversity through site visits; urban, community, or neighborhood studies; and/or digital storytelling. Proposals that seek collaboration with community partners, across disciplines of study, and/or across teaching contexts are encouraged. Joint proposals also encouraged. No prior digital humanities experience is required. Deadline January 15, 2020. Learn more: www.religioninplace.org. For questions contact co-director Rachel Lindsey (email@example.com).
January 15, 2020
Missouri, United States
African American History / Studies, American History / Studies, Digital Humanities, Religious Studies and Theology, Urban History / Studies