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Watchman Nee

In an effort to provide information about financial resources beyond those offered by FTE, we have developed a directory of financial aid available for undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and postdoctoral studies in theology and religion. The Fund Finder is a tool to help you search through a full listing of support offered by churches, denominations, individuals, academic institutions and organizations.

These resources have been verified with the organizations or individuals offering aid. However, details change continuously, and persons seeking financial aid should confirm availability, requirements and benefits when contacting any of these sources. FTE is not responsible for errors or changes in funding information and in procedures made by funding sources. Click here to update your listing or to add an opportunity from your organization to our list.


Bohnett Memorial Fund

The Foundation seeks to "fan into flame" the gifts (passions, abilities and talents) of students seeking scholarship aid. These individuals are generally pursuing degrees at the college or graduate level. Applicants who exhibit faithfulness to God, seek to aid families in need, have been involved in previous volunteer activities, and who live in western Washington or California, Colorado, and Hawaii are considered more heavily. Decisions are made in March, June, September and December, thus the application deadlines are ongoing.

Fund Details

Fund Range: $1,000-$1,500


Bridges Ministers’ Trust

Bridges scholarships are available to selected students intending to go into the Presbyterian ministry. Applicants must reside, and be members of a Presbyterian church, in one of the following presbyteries located in Tennessee, North Carolina, Maryland, District of Columbia, or Delaware: East Tennessee, Holston, Western North Carolina, Baltimore, National Capitol, or New Castle. The scholarships will provide assistance to meet the cost of tuition, books, living expenses, and other student needs to those attending the following colleges and/or theological seminaries: Davidson, Hampden-Sydney, Columbia Theological Seminary, Louisville Union Theological Seminary and Presbyterian School of Christian Education. Applicants will be reviewed and scholarship money will be granted based upon academic achievement, leadership ability, church involvement, and financial need. Applicants from Tennessee or North Carolina should request information from the address listed; applicants from Maryland, District of Columbia, or Delaware should contact us at the address as well.

Fund Details

Denomination: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
Deadline 1: 15-Mar


Calihan Academic Fellowship Programs

Applicants should be seminarians and graduate students in theology, philosophy, religion, economics, or related fields who demonstrate interest in the integration of religious and classical liberal ideas (such as recognition of human rights and dignity, the protection of rights through the rule of law, and freedom in economic and political life). Applicant may be of any religious affiliation.

Fund Details

Fund Range: Fellowships and grants do not exceed $3,000, but typically range from $500-$1,000.
Denomination: ---
Deadline 1: July 15 and Oct 15


Calihan Travel Grants

The Calihan Travel Grants provide travel grants to seminarians or graduate students who have been selected to present, at an academic conference, research relevant to themes promoted by the Acton Institute, such as the integration of theological ideas with principles of limited government, rule of law, religious freedom, and economic liberty. Students who need to travel to attend conferences involving these themes may also be eligiable for an award.

Fund Details

Fund Range: $3,000.00
Denomination: ---
Deadline 1: no deadline


Calvary Foundation Grant

Stipends are awarded to residents of Virginia,
Maryland, or the District of Columbia who possesses good moral character,academic promise and financial need.

Fund Details

Fund Range: $500-$875
Deadline 1: 31-May


Cancer Survivor’s Scholarship

Texas resident who is enrolled in or accepted for enrollment in an accredited graduate school. Must be a cancer survivor or currently diagnosed with cancer, and does not have to be receiving treatment to qualify.

Fund Details

Deadline 1: 30-Jul


Career Development Grants

Career Development grants support women who are re-entering the work force, making a career change, or advancing their current career. Applicants should be working toward a master's degree or specialized training in a technical or professional field--funds are not available for doctoral work--and should have received their most recent degree before June 30. Special consideration will be given to AAUW members, women of color, and women pursuing their first advanced degree or credentials in non-traditional fields.

Fund Details

Fund Range: $2,000 – 8,000 Number of awards: 60
Deadline 1: 15-Dec


Carmelitana Collection Grant

The Carmelitana Collection is happy to offer research grants to facilitate the use of the library. The grants are available through the generosity of the Louis Herman and Susan Hamilton Rogge Foundation. Applications may be obtained by writing the Director of the Carmelitana Collection. Grants cover cost of transportation and a living stipend while in Washington D.C.

Fund Details

Denomination: Roman Catholic


Carpenter Fund

Applicants must be members of an American Baptist Church in Nebraska and enrolled in an American Baptist seminary with intentions of entering congregational ministry.

Fund Details

Fund Range: Varies according to need.
Denomination: Baptist


Catherine Prelinger Award

This award is intended to enhance the work of a contemporary scholar, whose academic path has not followed the traditional path of uninterrupted study, moving from completed secondary, to undergraduate, then graduate degrees, followed by a tenure-track faculty position. It seeks to enhance the ability of the recipient to carry on CCWH traditions through contributions to women in history, either through scholarly or professional activity. Applicants must be members of CCWH and must hold either A.B.D. status or the Ph.D. at the time of application.

Fund Details

Fund Range: $20,000.00


Catholic Biblical Association

The Catholic Biblical Association awards two post-doctoral fellowships annually to provide recent graduates and mature scholars with the opportunity to continue their studies at another center of learning and/or do research for publication. A stipend of $20,000 plus travel to and from the city of the institution chosen will be awarded to each fellow. Applicants must be active or associate members of the CBA.

Fund Details

Denomination: Roman Catholic


Center for Philosophy of Religion

This fellowship is awarded to a graduate student in philosophy who is working on a dissertation in the philosophy of religion and who would profit from spending a year at the Center.

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Cephas Johnson Seminary Scholarship

This scholarship is available to residents of Dane County, Wisconsin who are members of an Evangelical Lutheran Church in America congregation in Dane County at the time they enroll in seminary. Applicants must be attending an ELCA seminary.

Fund Details

Fund Range: Award amounts vary.
Denomination: Lutheran
Deadline 1: 1-Apr


Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellowships

Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellowships are designed to support 12 months of full-time dissertation writing on original and significant studies of ethical or religious values in all fields of the humanities and social sciences. Applicants must be candidates for Ph.D or Th.D. degrees in doctoral programs in the United States, have completed pre-dissertation requirements by November 30 and be writing on a topic of ethical or religious values. Citizens of any country may apply.

Fund Details

Fund Range: $18,000 (non-renewable)
Deadline 1: 1-Nov


Chattanooga Christian Community Foundation Fund

Stipends are awarded to Christians who are theologically and biblically conservative who are seeking the M.Div. or MATS degree. Candidates for pulpit ministry or the mission field are preferred. The stipends provide scholarships of up to $5,000.

Fund Details

Denomination: Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
Deadline 1: 15-Feb


Chicana/Latina Foundation

The purpose of the Chicana/Latina Foundation Scholarship Fund is to assist Latina students in completing their undergraduate and graduate college education. These scholarships are available on a competitive basis to continuing undergraduate and graduate female college students of Latino background. An applicant is eligible if she is Chicana/Latina living in one of the listed Northern California Counties, enrolled in accredited colleges, universities and community colleges in one of the listed counties,
a resident for at least two years in one of the listed counties, enrolled as a full-time college student, has completed a minimum of 15 college semester units after high school graduation, and has at least a 2.5 GPA. All candidates must have demonstrated leadership and civic/community involvement.

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Children of Missionaries

For undergraduate and graduate students whose parents are serving as Presbyterian Church (USA) missionaries and attending a college or university in the United States.

Fund Details

Fund Range: $200-1,400
Denomination: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
Deadline 1: 1-Jul


Chilstrom Scholarship

The purpose of this scholarship is to provide assistance to Lutheran women during their final year at ELCA seminaries. They must be preparing for ordained ministry in the ELCA and have been endorsed by their Synodical Candidacy Committee. be a citizen of the United States of America, hold membership in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, have experienced an interruption in education of at least five years since college graduation, be endorsed by her Synodical Candidacy Committee. Women of the ELCA must be notified in writing of any change in education plans, Scholarship funds must be used within the year following the award, Scholarship funds must be returned if the educational program is canceled or if it is terminated by personal decision of the recipient, and If requested, recipient agrees to be interviewed for an article in a Women of the ELCA publication.

Fund Details

Denomination: Lutheran
Deadline 1: 15-Feb


Christian Ministry Full Tuition Scholarship

A major emphasis at Randall University is Christian Ministry preparation. Beginning in Fall 2017, Christian Ministry majors will be eligible for a full-tuition scholarship (does not include books, fees, room, and board—see below). The value of the scholarship is over $40,000.

Fund Details

Denomination: ---


Church Service Covenant Grant

Entering and current students are eligible to apply for the Church Service Convenant Grant. After the base amount has been paid, students who feel called to serve the church in some capacity are eligible for a 50% tuition scholarship. Examples of vocations that fulfill the Church Service Covenant Grant are listed here: http://www.bethanyseminary.edu/financial-aid. Entering students are required to write an essay and provide a letter of recommendation from an individual who is familiar with the student's vocational goals. DEADLINE: Entering students must submit all application materials for admission for the fall session by July 15, for the spring session and January intensives by December 1 and by March 15 if beginning with a May Intensive.

Current students must demonstrate appropriate academic progress, including a ministry formation placement consistent with their calling to church service, or the approval of their MA thesis project. They must also submit an updated essay and be in good academic and financial standing to receive aid. DEADLINE: To be eligible for this scholarship, current students must submit all materials by May 15 for the following academic year.

Contact: Brian Schleeper, Student Services Associate, schlebr@bethanyseminary.edu or 765- 983-1828.

Fund Details

Denomination: Church of the Brethren
Deadline 1: July 15 for Fall Session and August Intensive
Deadline 2: December 1 for Spring Session and January Intensive; March 15 for May Intensive.


Church Training and Deaconess House Grants

This grant is available to those training at the graduate level for religious and benevolent work pertaining to the Episcopal Church. Preference will be given to the Diocese of Pennsylvania.

http://www.diopa.org/deaconess

Fund Details

Fund Range: $2,000-3,000
Denomination: Episcopal
Deadline 1: March 21


Clairol Loving Care Scholarship Program

Scholarships are awarded to women who are 30 years of age or older and citizens of the United States, and who demonstrate financial need.

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Collaborative Research Grants

Applicants must be current AAR members who have been in good standing for the previous three years. Applicants will not be considered who have received an AAR Research Award in the previous five years. These grants are intended to stimulate cooperative research among scholars in different institutions, with a focus on a clearly identified research project. They may also be used for interdisciplinary work with scholars outside the field of religion, especially when such work shows promise of continuing beyond the year funded.

Fund Details

Fund Range: $500-$5,000


College Scholarship Program Application

Scholarship assistance between $1,000 and $3,000 is available to full-time graduate and undergraduate students of Hispanic heritage. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents who have a high academic record and attend a college of university in the United States or Puerto Rico. Applicants must send a self-addressed, stamped envelope when requesting program information and applications.

Fund Details

Deadline 1: 15-Oct


Columbia University Center for Comparative Literature and Society

One of the Center's primary goals is to provide institutional support for the best in cross-disciplinary and cross-regional comparative work, acknowledging the force of recent changes in the humanities, the social sciences, law, and architecture. We try to give substance and recognition to those directions in comparative literature that can benefit from the breadth of knowledge produced by a reshaped area studies. The Center will appoint a postdoctoral fellow for a semester in Spring 2008. The stipend for one semester in Spring 2008 will be $25,000. Full fringe benefits will be added, plus $1,000 for travel. An additional $2,000 will be given for innovative course planning.

Fund Details

Fund Range: $26,000-$28,000


Committee on Ethnic Minority Recruitment

This scholarship is for the Cal-Pac Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. The scholarship amount varies.

Fund Details

Fund Range: varies
Denomination: United Methodist
Deadline 1: 1-Sep


Competitive Scholarships

Applicants for competitive scholarships must be students enrolled full-time in an M.Div. degree program in a University Senate-approved seminary and be a Certified Candidate from the East Ohio Conference for the ordained ministry. Applicants must demonstrate financial need and academic excellence as shown by a certified transcript. The James S. and Ruth Thomas Scholarship provides $1,000 per year; the Thomas L. Cromwell Scholarship provides up to $500 per year; the Keifer Memorial Seminary Scholarship awards up to $1,000 per year; and the Theological Education Fund provides up to $500 per year. These funds are intended to be granted over and above any regular assistance. Applications should be requested by January 15 and the deadline for submission of applications is April 1.

Fund Details

Denomination: United Methodist
Deadline 1: 1-Apr


The Congregational Fellowship is for students entering a Master of Divinity program at an ATS accredited institution in the fall. Benefits of this program include awards ranging from $1,000 and $5,000 for tuition in an amount to be matched by their nominating congregation. Applicants must be U.S. or Canadian citizens and no older than 30 years of age on September 1. Students pursuing Master of Theology (TH.M.) or Master of Theological Students (M.T.S.) degrees are not eligible.

Fund Details

Denomination: ---
Deadline 1: 1-Apr


Congressional Fellowships on Women and Public Policy

This fellowship is designed to give students experience in public policymaking in Congress. Applicants must be women enrolled in a master’s or doctoral program (or completed within past 18 months), with preference given to applicants who have completed at least nine hours of graduate coursework and have a demonstrated interest in research or political activity related to women’s social and political status. Applicants may be of any age, race, religion, sexual orientation, experience, and academic field. Fellows receive a stipend of approximately $1,300 per month for eight months of the academic year, with an additional sum of $500 for the purchase of health insurance. WREI will also reimburse Fellows up to a maximum of $1,500 ($750 per semester) for the cost of 3 hours tuition at their home institutions.

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Contemplative Practice Fellowships

This fellowship seeks to restore and renew the critical contribution that contemplative practices can make to the life of teaching and scholarship. Approximately 20 fellowships are offered for the development of courses and teaching materials that explore contemplative practice from a variety of disciplinary and interdisciplinary perspectives. The fellowships are available to regular, full-time faculty members at academic institutions in the United States and are meant to provide support for developing curricula during a summer or non-teaching semester.

Fund Details

Fund Range: $10,000.00


Member of any local church in the East Ohio Conference seeking graduate preparation for certification and/or ordination as a Deacon will be eligible for this award. There will be a stipend of up to $2,000.

Fund Details

Fund Range: Stipend Up to $2,000.
Deadline 1: 15-Apr


Cox/Otterbein Fund

Member of any local church in the East Ohio Conference of the United Methodist Church seeking graduate preparation for certification and/or ordination as a Deacon. The maximum amount given to each student will be $2,000.

Fund Details

Fund Range: maximum of $2,000
Denomination: United Methodist
Deadline 1: 15-Apr


Crusade International Scholarship

The Crusade Scholarship Program is designed to enable the educational preparation of church and community leaders around the world so that they may serve in the mission of their churches and societies upon completion of their studies. This is done through providing financial support to students in their Masters, Doctoral and professional level studies at universities or seminaries. International Crusade candidates are required to have the written support of their conferences, and Crusade recipients should have the probability of offering 10 years of service to their churches and/or communities.

Fund Details

Fund Range: $250-$12,500


Crusade National Scholarship

To be eligible, you must be a member of a racial or ethnic minority, be admitted to or have applied to a graduate-level study program in an institution of higher education, and be able to demonstrate evidence of financial need. Priority is given to members of The United Methodist Church.

Fund Details

Denomination: United Methodist


Crusade Scholarships are offered to racial/ethnic minority students who are United States citizens, or to international students who are residing in their home countries. Applicants must be full-time graduate students who are members of the United Methodist Church. Awards will be made for study in various fields for periods of up to three years. The amount of the awards varies depending upon available funds.

Fund Details

Denomination: United Methodist
Deadline 1: 1-Feb


Daisy & Eugene Hale Memorial Scholarship

The Hale Memorial Scholarship is available to residents of Florida who are under care of a Florida Presbytery who intend to become a Minister in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Applicants must be enrolled in an accredited theological seminary and demonstrate financial need. Award amounts range from $500 to $2,000; awards are renewable in later years to recipients who reapply.

Fund Details

Denomination: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
Deadline 1: 1-Apr


Dante Prize

Grant is available to Undergraduates in any American or Canadian college or university, or anyone not enrolled as a graduate student who has received the degree of A.B. or its equivalent, within the past year.” The prize is $250 for the best essay.

Fund Details

Fund Range: Prize is $250 for the best essay.
Deadline 1: 30-Jun


Datatel Scholars Foundation Scholarship

For undergraduate and graduate students currently attending eligible Datatel client institutions. Scholarships are available for students enrolled in at least six credit hours at any Datatel Client institution (This includes the GTU and all member schools). A required personal statement essay should summarize educational goals and objectives, where the applicant has been as an individual, and where they hope their education will take them. They should also indicate the difference a Datatel scholarship would make in their life and to those around them. Based on the amount of the students tuition, $1,000-$2,400 are rewarded as the stipend.

Fund Details

Fund Range: Fund range from $1000 to $2500.
Deadline 1: 31-Jan


David B. Larson Fellowship

The Library of Congress invites qualified scholars to apply for a post-doctoral fellowship in the field of health and spirituality. Made possible by a generous endowment from the International Center for the Integration of Health and Spirituality (ICIHS), the fellowship is named in honor of the Center's late founder, David B. Larson, an epidemiologist and psychiatrist, who focused on potentially relevant but understudied factors which might help in prevention, coping, and recovering from illness. The fellowship is tenable for a period from six to twelve months, at a stipend of $4,000 per month, for residential research at the Library of Congress.

Fund Details

Fund Range: The fellowship is tenable for a period from six to twelve months, at a stipend of $4,000 per month, for residential research at the Library of Congress.
Deadline 1: 15-Apr


David Tamotsu Kagiwada Memorial Scholarship

The Kagiwada Memorial Scholarship was established to train persons to reconcile and heal antagonism among all peoples, to support and advocate racial/ethnic minorities and women, and to help the church recognize and appreciate the gifts of people of Asian heritage. Applicants must be Asian American and fulfill all the general requirements listed above.

Fund Details

Denomination: Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
Deadline 1: 15-Mar


Deborah Partridge Wolfe International Fellowship

This scholarship is available to graduate or undergraduate United States students studying abroad and/or graduate or undergraduate foreign students studying within. Awarded for full-time study for one academic year (fall-spring). Documented proof of academic study and plan of program must be sent to the Scholarship Chairperson with signature of school administrator or Program Director.

Fund Details

Fund Range: Fund range: $500-$1000.
Deadline 1: 1-Feb


Degenring Scholarship Fund

Scholarship assistance is available to American Baptist Women who have been members of an American Baptist Church in New Jersey for at least five years. Award amounts vary, based on need and on the recipient’s career goals in Christian work.

Fund Details

Denomination: Baptist
Deadline 1: 1-Mar


Delta Sigma Theta Scholarships

Delta Sigma Theta will provide scholarship assistance to women who are members. Applications must be requested before March 15 and submission of applications requires a non-refundable application fee of $20.00.

Fund Details

Deadline 1: 1-Apr


Dempster Graduate Fellowships

The fellowship supports United Methodist Ph.D. students who plan to teach in seminaries, or to teach one of the theological disciplines (Bible, church history, theology, ethics, and the arts of ministry) in universities or colleges. The applicant must have received the M.Div. degree or its equivalent from one of the United Methodist seminaries, or be in a Ph.D. program or its equivalent at a university affiliated with a United Methodist seminary at the time the award is granted. Candidacy for ordination as an elder in an annual conference of The United Methodist Church is preferred.
Fellowships are available each year up to $10,000 for a single person, $11,000 for a married person, depending upon the applicant’s budget and study plans. Additional scholars will be granted $1,000-$5,000 for their doctoral programs, some of whom may continue to receive Dempster Awards for up to five years, with a maximum of $30,000 granted during that period of time.

Fund Details

Denomination: United Methodist
Deadline 1: 15-Oct


Disciples Home Missions Scholarships

Scholarships are available to seminary students preparing for ordained ministry in the Christian Church. Applicants must be ministerial students who are members of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), with Regional Registration, who are enrolled in an accredited graduate school or seminary. Applicants must provide a transcript of academic work showing maintenance of at least a C+ average and must provide evidence of financial need. The scholarships are renewable by annual application so long as eligibility requirements continue to be met. Scholarships are made possible by gifts from individuals, families, congregations, and units of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Scholarship funds are generated from interest earned on permanent funds and cash gifts, and are used as investments in persons preparing for ministry. Ministry and Asian staff review the remaining scholarships.

Fund Details

Denomination: Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
Deadline 1: 15-Mar


Dissertation Award

The candidate must be a member of Phi Alpha Theta. The dissertation must have been written in a field of Western U.S. History, completed during the 2006 calendar year, and the dissertation advisor must submit a letter of endorsement. The Award is $1000. Phi Alpha Theta and the Westerners International Association invite graduate student members of Phi Alpha Theta who have completed a doctoral dissertation in Western History during the calendar year 2006 to submit their dissertation to the award competition. Westerners International will fund the award which will be presented at the Phi Alpha Theta Luncheon at the Western History Association Annual Meeting.

Fund Details

Deadline 1: 15-Jun


Dissertation Fellowship

The Academy of American Franciscan History will award four dissertation fellowships. As many as two of these fellowships will be awarded for projects dealing with some aspect of the history of the Franciscan Family in Latin America, including the United States Borderlands, Mexico, Central and South America. Up to another two fellowships will be awarded to support projects dealing with some aspect of the history of the Franciscan Family in the rest of the United States and Canada.

Projects may deal with any aspect of the history of the Franciscan Family, including any of the branches of the Family, male, female, tertiary, Capuchin, etc. The fellowships may be used for any valid purpose relating to the conducting of research and may be used in conjunction with other awards and grants. The recipient must be engaged in full-time research during the period of the fellowship. The applicant must be a doctoral candidate at a University in the Americas, and the bulk of the research should be conducted in the Americas. The Board reserves the right to refuse to award any fellowships should the proposals not be deemed suitable.

Fund Details

Fund Range: The range is $10,000.
Deadline 1: 1-Feb


The Dissertation Fellowship is for African American students entering a Ph.D. or Th.D. program in religion or theology at an accredited institution and who are at the writing stage of their dissertation. Students pursuing Doc of Ministry (D.Min) degrees are not eligible. Benefits of this program include attendance at the Doctoral Conference and a stipend of up to $18,000 for one year. Applicants must be U.S. citizens.

Fund Details

Deadline 1: 1-Feb


Dissertation Fellowship Program

Applicants must be candidates for the Ph.D. or Th.D. degree who have fulfilled all pre-dissertation requirements, including approval of the dissertation proposal, by January 15 of the award year and expect to complete the dissertation by the end of the following academic year. Up to ten Dissertation Fellowships will be awarded each academic year. The Louisville Institute's Dissertation Fellowship program is designed to support the final year of writing on promising Ph.D. and Th.D. dissertation projects dealing with aspects of American religious life that are related to the concerns of the Louisville Institute. Eligible proposals should promise a significant contribution to the study of American religion. Preference will be given to proposals that attempt: 1) to describe more fully how the Christian faith is actually lived by contemporary persons and to bring the resources of the Christian faith into closer relation to their daily lives and 2) to help us understand more adequately the institutional reconfiguration of American religion. Proposals on certain other issues of importance to the churches are also welcome. Proposed projects may employ a variety of methodological perspectives, including, but not limited to, history, ethics, the social sciences, biblical studies, and historical, systematic, and practical theology. They may also be interdisciplinary in nature. In the year of their award, all fellows are expected to participate in the Louisville Institute's two-day Winter Seminar. Travel and lodging expenses for the Seminar will be covered by the Louisville Institute.

Fund Details

Fund Range: Each fellowship will provide a stipend of $18,000 for twelve months beginning in September.
Deadline 1: 15-Jan


Dissertation Fellowships

Applicants must be candidates for the Ph.D. or Th.D. degree who have fulfilled all pre-dissertation requirements, including approval of the dissertation proposal, by January 31of the award year and expect to complete the dissertation by the end of the following academic year. The Fellowships are intended to support the final year of dissertation writing. Eligible proposals should promise a significant contribution to the study of American religion. Preference will be given to proposals that attempt: 1) to describe more fully how the Christian faith is actually lived by contemporary persons and to bring the resources of the Christian faith into closer relation to their daily lives and 2) to help us understand more adequately the institutional reconfiguration of American religion. Proposals on certain other issues of importance to the churches are also welcome. Proposed projects may employ a variety of methodological perspectives, including, but not limited to, history, ethics, the social sciences, and historical, systematic, and practical theology. They may also be interdisciplinary in nature. In all its grantmaking, including the Dissertation Fellowship program, the Louisville Institute is interested in funding projects which can contribute in significant ways to our understanding of contemporary religious communities. Consequently, very few dissertation projects funded in recent years have dealt with American religion prior to the mid-nineteenth century.

Fund Details

Fund Range: $22,000
Denomination: ---
Deadline 1: 31-Jan


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