Emerging Scholars in Religious Ethics
Rising scholars working in Christian, Jewish, and Muslim faith traditions are invited to apply to the Emerging Scholars in Religious Ethics Colloquy. The Colloquy is hosted by the Center for Catholic Faith and Culture at Duquesne University and supported through a generous grant from the Henry Luce Foundation.
A total of six scholars will be invited to participate. Selected participants will form a peer cohort to encourage inter-religious collaboration, shared inquiry, and professional development. The cohort will meet at the 2019 and 2020 joint annual meetings of the Society of Christian Ethics, the Society of Jewish Ethics, and the Society for the Study of Muslim Ethics. Participants will develop original manuscripts on the future of religious ethics.
This initiative is designed for pre-tenure faculty. Eligible applicants will have completed their doctoral degree, and will be actively teaching in a theological school, college, or university setting.
All applications must be submitted online and include the following information:
- Applicant information
- Supplemental items
• Narrative statement: concisely describe key issues for the future of Christian/Jewish/Muslim religious ethics (500 word limit, 12 point, double spaced)
• Research agenda: summarize your research interests (500 word limit, 12 point, double spaced)
• One page bibliography
• Curriculum Vitae
- Letter of Recommendation
One letter of recommendation is required and should be emailed to email@example.com. The letter should address the quality of your scholarship, including the originality of your work; the quality of your writing; and your ability to work collaboratively and adhere to deadlines.
The application period is March 1 -- July 1, 2018. Awards will be announced on September 1, 2018.
REVIEW AND SELECTION PROCESS
The Center for Catholic Faith and Culture will appoint a selection committee to review all applications and select the winners. Applicants whose projects are not selected will be notified by email.
AWARD DISTRIBUTION AND CONDITIONS
A stipend of $500 will be provided to awardees upon receipt of a complete manuscript in October of 2019. Selected scholars are expected to attend both the 2019 and 2020 annual meetings of the Society of Christian Ethics, the Society of Jewish Ethics, and the Society for the Study of Muslim Ethics and to publish their manuscripts in peer reviewed journals.
Please direct any questions about the competition or application process to Dr. Darlene Fozard Weaver, Director of the Center for Catholic Faith and Culture, at firstname.lastname@example.org.