The Center of Theological Inquiry invites applications for research workshops in religion and economic inequality from researchers in theology, economics, the humanities, and sciences. Resident members will discuss their work in progress, before presenting it in a concluding symposium with Princeton University’s Center for the Study of Religion. The center encourages proposals that connect the fundamental human concerns of the humanities with the economic reality of inequalities of income and wealth. Does extreme economic inequality impair a basic sense of human dignity, equality, and belonging in society? Does it raise new questions for theology, philosophy, history, literary studies, or the arts? For example, should the world’s religions consider economic inequality a moral issue, as they have poverty and wealth?
Fall Workshop – Full-time in residence from August 18 to December 13, 2019. Spring Workshop – Full-time in residence from January 20 to May 15, 2020
Resident members are provided with furnished short-term residences in Princeton, NJ to enable them to work at Luce Hall daily, Monday to Thursday. The deadline for applications is December 1, 2018.
Please visit the following link for more information concerning applications: https://www.ctinquiry.org/