Now Accepting: Student Research Proposals on Religion, Race, and Democracy

September 20, 2019

 

The Religion, Race & Democracy Lab invites undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Arts & Sciences at the University of Virginia to join with faculty, staff, and fellow students to investigate the complex interrelationships between religion, race and democracy.

Select students will receive a stipend—$3,000 for undergraduate students and $5,000 for graduate students—to produce non-fiction narratives on any topic that explores religion, race, and democracy. We seek topics from around the globe and throughout history that will result in a short audio or video documentary. Final projects should engage the broadest possible audience. Deadline: October 11.

For more information and to apply, visit religionlab.virginia.edu