Learn about the past, present, and future of religion and democracy on the African continent from 20+ international scholars in Africana Studies, Religious Studies, Anthropology, History, Sociology, Law, and Politics.
In a forthcoming ten-episode-series on the podcast, Sacred & Profane, the Religion, Race & Democracy Lab will explore how religious groups and movements have understood human interaction with the natural world and addressed environmental issues.
The University of Virginia’s Religion, Race & Democracy Lab and the Memory Project invites emerging and mid-career scholars of religion, and those in related humanities fields, from across the United States to collaborate with local scholars, artists, and journalists, for a summer institute in Charlottesville, Virginia.
A novel collaboration between UVA Democracy Initiative’s Religion, Race & Democracy Lab and Memory Project, that will advance public knowledge on the topic of race, justice, and religion in America, and also shape the field of the study of American religion, has received $250,000 from the Henry Luce Foundation.
The Lab's documentary God $ Green: An Unholy Alliance was the featured topic on Extinction Rebellion Radio, a program dedicated to covering weekly news and stories on the climate crisis through conversation, interviews and expert perspectives.