2022-2023 Collaborative International Research Grants Awarded

Congratulations to This Year's Winners!

Collaborative International Research Grants support generative research collaborations between and among scholars located in different geographical regions who wish to pursue focused, joint projects in any area of the study of religion.

Congratulations to the 2022-2023 Collaborative International Research Grant winners:

Susannah Crockford, University of Exeter
Stephen Christopher Johnson, University of Copenhagen
Ioannis Gaitanidis, Chiba University

Business Spirits: Contested Terrains of Trade Models and Religious Value

Jeremy Farrel, New York University Abu Dhabi
Nizar Habash, New York University Abu Dhabi
Antonio Musto, New York University
Giovanni DiRusso, Harvard University

One Language, Many Paths: Modeling Epistemological Claims about God in a Corpus of Arabic Texts from the 9th–10th centuries CE using Natural Language Processing

Robert Geraci, Manhattan College
Yong Sup Song, Youngnam Theological University & Seminary

Cross-cultural Religious Values and the Development of Ethical AI

Sonia Hazard, Florida State University
Elizabeth Cecil, Florida State University
Birgit Meyer, Utrecht University
Daniela De Simone, Ghent University

Material Ecologies: Indigeneity, Objects, and Environments in the Study of Religion