will present the results of the American Human Development Project to
invited guests of the San Francisco Foundation. Scheduled for February
8, 2009, the presentation
will focus on the implications of the
Project's work for the State of California.
The Immanent Frame, SSRC's popular blog on secularism, religion and
the public sphere, has challenging new posts on Christianity and the
, Religion and the
, and An Untapped Constituency
of American non-religionists.
published volume, Want
to Start a Revolution? Radical Women in the Black Freedom Struggle
Press, 2009), features chapters from SSRC Mellon-Mays Fellows Joshua
, as well as Mellon-Mays Coordinator Premilla
Dissertation Proposal Development Fellowship (DPDF) provides
workshops and up to $5000 in summer research funding to PhD students to
help them strengthen their dissertation proposals. Application deadline: January 29,
The application deadline for the Islam
and Muslims in World Contexts grants program is January 18, 2010.