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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 $590,000 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

Sarah Azaransky, University of San Diego
Benjamin Mays and Black Religious Internationalism, 1936–1948

Evan Berry, American University
Religious Organizations in Global Environmental Politics

Jonathan Ebel, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
G.I. Messiahs: Soldiering, War, and American Civil Religion

Vincent Lloyd, Syracuse University
Black Natural Law

Eric Mortensen, Guilford College
Tales of the Unseen: Nags myi rgod Stories of the Tibetans of Geza

John Nemec, University of Virginia
The Kingdom of Knowledge: Politics, Culture, and Religion in The Vale of Kashmir, 699–1149

Jeffrey Samuels, Western Kentucky University
Being Buddhists: Multiple Minorities in Malay–Muslim Malaysia

Hugh Urban, Ohio State University, Columbus
"Zorba the Buddha": Globalization, Late Capitalism, and Postmodern Spirituality in the Osho Movement

Albert Wuaku, Florida International University
Mambos, Houngas, and Health in the Diaspora: A Study of Vodou's Role in the Dispensation of Health in South Florida


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