resources

Links

The Pew Charitable Trusts
The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life

Related Projects
The Revealer: NYU Department of Journalism and the Center for Religion and Media’s online publication, including articles, forum, and daily blog.
The MODIYA Project: Jews/Media/Religion A resource for researchers, teachers, and students produced by the Working Group on Jews, Media and Religion at the Center for Religion and Media.
Virtual Casebook: September 9-11 and after
Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics: Spectacles of Religiosity

Other Pew Centers of Excellence
Center for Religion & American Life (Yale University)
Center for Religion and Civic Culture (University of Southern California)
Center for Religion, the Professions and the Public (University of Missouri-Columbia)
Center for Research on Religion and Urban Civil Society (University of Pennsylvania)
Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Religion (Emory University)
Center for the Study of Religion (Princeton University)
Center on Religion and Democracy (University of Virginia)
Erasmus Institute (University of Notre Dame)
Institute on Religion and World Affairs (Boston University)

Religion and Media resources supported by The Pew Charitable Trusts
religionwriters.com: Website of the Religion Newswriters Association.
Religion & Ethics Newsweekly: A production of Channel 13/WNET New York, hosted by veteran journalist Bob Abernethy.
Speaking of Faith: Minnesota Public Radio produced program hosted by journalist and theologian Krista Tippett, distributed by Public Radio International
Foundation for American Communications: Committed to making resources available to journalists across a range of subjects.

At New York University
Center for Media, Culture and History
Religious Studies Program
Department of Anthropology
Department of Journalism
Department of Performance Studies
Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics
College of Arts and Science
Graduate School of Arts and Science

Other Resources
Killing the Buddha: Online journal on religion: “[For our purposes], killing the Buddha is a metaphor for moving past the complacency of belief, for struggling honestly with the idea of God.”
www.gpgrieve.org: Center for Religion and Media fellow Gregory Grieve’s site.
Center for Religion and Media fellow Jane Iwamura’s site.

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