CSRC Summer Research Grants

 
Aerial view of the Basilica of Guadalupe in Mexico City and 7.5 million Pilgrims (Photo: labombilla.com.mx) featured in  The Yucatan Times

Aerial view of the Basilica of Guadalupe in Mexico City and 7.5 million Pilgrims (Photo: labombilla.com.mx) featured in The Yucatan Times

 

The center will help promote scholarly engagements with religion and the city through support for individual and small group research that is either Baltimore or broad based. The center will award 2 grants of $3,000 each for projects focused on religion in Baltimore; and 2 grants of $3,000 each on proejcts focused on any particular city or multiple cities, on broad phenomena regarding cities, or on 'religion' and 'the city' as theoretical concepts.

Recipients of these grants will produce reports or other tangible mediums for disseminating the findings or results of their sponsored activities through the center’s website and may be asked to present their findings at the annual CSRC conference.

Small grant recipients will be chosen by a selection committee. Contact us for more information.

Application Deadline: February 1, 2020

Congratulations to the 2019 CSRC Summer Research Grants Recipients:

Maria Cecilia Ulrickson, Assistant Professor at Morgan State University
The Afro-Catholics Who Built the Modern Church and Nation, Nineteenth-Century Baltimore and Haiti

Abel R. Gomez, Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Religion at Syracuse University
Sacred Sites, Ceremony, and Belonging in Ohlone Territory: A Case Study of Indigenous Survival

Andrew Gardner, Ph.D. candidate at Florida State University
The Peculiar Advantages of a Seminary in a City

 

Daisy Vargas, assistant professor at the University of Arizona
Healing Histories: Mapping the histories of botanicas and urban re-development in Los Angeles