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by Charles HendersonSpend the month of July in New York working on a research or writing project related to the theme, “Reformations: Past Present and Future,” with access to libraries and research facilities at Columbia University, Union, Auburn, and Jewish Theological Seminaries. Among projects that are welcomed are those reflecting interest in or involvement with "engaged Buddhism."
Our topic is suggested by the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, but we invite projects that focus on the broader theme of reformation and transformation within political, social, cultural, artistic or personal spheres.
Participants will work on research or writing projects related to our theme and collaborate with others in the group to strengthen and support their work. Media training will be offered to assist participants who seek a wider audience.
We invite applications from scholars and writers, artists and activists, as well as those involved in the not-for-profit sector, interested in faith-rooted efforts to shape a more just and peaceful world.
Individual (or team) research projects are the focus of the fellowship, with late afternoon seminars, followed by shared dinners that allow ample time for conversation and collaboration.
The fellowship includes room and board during the duration of the program. Housing is at Union Theological Seminary; meetings are at Auburn Seminary and meals at Auburn and Jewish Theological Seminaries. Kosher and vegetarian options are available.
For more information about the colloquium:
Applications are due by February 15, 2017. They can be submitted at:
Or, for further information email:
Or, call: 917-439-2305