Dr. Cravens Selected as PRRI Public Fellow in New Religion and Renewing Democracy Initiative

Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI), a nonprofit, nonpartisan research organization announced the selection of 16 interdisciplinary scholars as PRRI Public Fellows.

The diverse cohort of fellows will work alongside PRRI   researchers and staff to generate public scholarship   focused on contemporary issues at the intersection of   religion, culture, and politics.

The 2021-2022 cohort of PRRI Public Fellows is part of    the organization’s Religion and Renewing Democracy Initiative, a program announced in April of this year that seeks to increase understanding of the role of religion in public life at time when America is facing immense challenges. Through the Initiative, the Public Fellows will be organized into peer groups of four whose work will be aligned with PRRI’s major research areas: religious, racial, and ethnic pluralism; racial justice and white supremacy; immigration and migration studies; and LGBTQ rights.

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