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Did you know that you could receive up to $5,000 in research assistance from the AAR? Since 1992, the Academy has awarded over $580,000 to members for individual and collaborative research projects. The application deadline is August 1st of each year. For application information and eligibility requirements, see www.aarweb.org/programs/grants.

Research Grant Winners

G. William Barnard, Southern Methodist University
The Sacred Drink of the Forest: An Exploration of the Santo Daime Tradition in Brazil

Shin-yi Chao, Rutgers University
The Revival of Communal Religion in Present Northern Rural China: The Worship of Lady Wei (251–334 AD) as a Case Study

Connie Lasher, Santa Clara University
"Ignatian Humanism" and Ecological Identity: Extending the Legacy of Jesuit Higher Education

Cuong Mai, University of Vermont
The Cult of the Goddess Quan Am in Medieval Vietnam

Martin Nguyen, Fairfield University
The Social and Textual Landscape of a Medieval Muslim Scholarly Community

Michael Penn, Mount Holyoke College
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