Funding & Opportunities

Please send notice of any funding opportunities (including scholarships or grants) or opportunities for collaborating (e.g. workshops, post-doctoral research programs) to Samiksa Love, CSSR/SCÉR Website Administrator, for posting here.

Incoming post-doc fellowships in Law and Religion — University of Louvain, December 2015

University of Louvain (UCL-Belgium) - Incoming post-doc fellowships -
Law and Religion

Seeking submissions for CCMET Article Prize - history of migration and ethnicity in Canada - Deadline January 10, 2016

Seeking submissions for 2015 Canadian Committee on Migration, Ethnicity and Transnationalism article prize.

3 year AHRC / ESRC funded project on narratives of Islam on UK university campuses

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

Please follow the link below for details of an early career research post, which is part of a 3 year AHRC / ESRC funded project that will examine narratives of Islam on UK university campuses.

The successful applicant will work as part of a cross-university team including Prof Alison Scott-Baumann (SOAS), Dr Shuruq Naguib (University of Lancaster), Dr Sariya Cheruvallil-Contractor (University of Derby) and Dr Mathew Guest (Durham University).

Funded PhD Studentship in Social Futures at Lancaster University


Lancaster University is seeking exceptional people to help set up and develop a major new Institute for Social Futures, co-directed by Professors John Urry and Linda Woodhead. This interdisciplinary Institute is concerned with examining the nature of multiple, complex and interdependent social futures.

“Local Regulation of Religion” — Postdoctoral Fellowship at Religion and Diversity Project, 2015-2016

Postdoctoral Fellowship
“Local Regulation of Religion” 2015-2016
Religion and Diversity Project

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This is a call for applications for a postdoctoral fellowship financed by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) funded Major Collaborative Research Initiatives (MCRI), Religion and Diversity Project (Dir. Professor Lori Beaman, University of Ottawa), to be held at the University of Ottawa, supervised by Prof. Lori Beaman.

Grad Conference & Dissertation Workshop, University of Toronto, October 2015

Please see the attached call for papers (click here to download) for a graduate conference and dissertation workshop at the University of Toronto (October 8-10, 2015) on the study of South Asian Religions. The dissertation workshop will be led by keynote speakers Joyce Flueckiger and Jamal Elias. Funding to defray the cost of dissertation workshop attendees will be provided by the Andrew Mellon Foundation’s Sawyer Seminar grant. There is the possibility of additional funding for conference attendees.

"...But What Do You Study?": A NAASR Workshop on Theory & Method in the Job Market, November 2015

"...But What Do You Study?":

A NAASR Workshop on Theory & Method in the Job Market

Call For Participation — Workshop: Transforming your dissertation into a book at South Asia Conference

Workshop: Transforming your dissertation into a book
Sponsored by AIIS and other SA regional organizations

Two Post-doc positions: New Media and Religious Politics — Max Planck Institute, Goettingen

The Max-Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Department of Religious Diversity in Göttingen is offering Two Postdoc Positions

AAR Religion and Migration elections for co-program chair and steering committee members

The Religion and Migration Group of the American Academy of Religion is searching for one program co-chair and one steering committee member to replace outgoing members. We invite nominations (including self-nominations) of interested individuals by email. Please send a 300 word bio to Alison Marshall ( by May 1. Elections will be held shortly after this time.



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