The Henry Luce Foundation
religion and theology. The Program supports projects whose engagements extend into a variety of settings from religious communities and academic fields to activist networks and media venues. Emphasis is placed on projects that cross religious, disciplinary, and geographic borders, and on scholarship that is theoretically sophisticated, historically informed, critical reflexive, and practically invested. Priority is given to work that rethinks what theology is and reimagines its contemporary significance; research that creatively examines received assumptions about religion, secularity, and public culture; and projects located at the intersections of theological inquiry and the multidisciplinary study of religion. Grants are awarded to divinity schools, seminaries, and research universities. The Program currently supports projects in three grant categories: the Luce Fund for Theological Education, an RPF for research universities, and responsive grants. Additional information can be found on the Web site.
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