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The Pluralism Project at Harvard University
1990, Dr.Diana Eck taught a Harvard course on World Religions in New England. Out of it came the book World Religions in Boston A Guide to Communities and Resources. 1991 PP was formed to do similar research across the country. December 1996 the Pluralism website was launched. 2005 four research initiatives were launched; the interfaith initiative, (looking at the growing interfaith movement), the civic Initiative, (investigating the practical challenges of religious pluralism), the Womens Initiative, (examining womens religious leadership) and the International Initiative, (expanding Pluralism research to other democracies).
academic, social engagement
To help bring about positive American pluralism.
Our mission is to help Americans engage with the realities of religious diversity through research, outreach, and the active dissemination of resources.
PP works to (1) document and better understand the changing contours of religion in America, (2) study the diverse religious communities themselves, (3) explore the implications of America’s new plurality through case studies of particular cities and towns, and (4) discern the emerging meanings, challenges, and opportunities of America’s new religious contours for developing a public commitment to pluralism.
Providing high value resources facilitating connecting and understanding for all faiths in the United States.
Advisory board, staff, senior staff leadership on projects, major donors.
Research on civic and public issues. Research on interfaith. Developing a listing of international resources for religious pluralism and the womens networks initiative. Boston workshop helps Christian ministers develop tools for work in a multireligious American city. Case Study Initiative looks at how the case-study method can be applied to class discussions of religious encounters. Interfaith Infrastructure studies the emerging interfaith landscape in light of citizenship and leadership.
pluralism engage civic research interfaith
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