Dates:

May 21-27

Location:

San Diego, CA

Stipend & Funding:

All participants will receive a $4,000 stipend. Additional funding opportunities of up to $15,000 are available.

Meals & Lodging:

Meals and lodging, at La Jolla Shores Hotel, will be provided for all in-person participants for the duration of the seminar.

Lecture Access:

Participants will receive access to the lectures online, prior to the in-person portion of the seminar.

Requirements

Applicants will be required to fill out the application form below and attach the following documents:

  • CV
  • Project Proposal describing a paper or larger project in theology or philosophy of religion that intersects with scientific explanation (max 1000 words). For further details on the project proposal see here.
  • Writing Sample (example of Academic Work, published or unpublished)
  • References (References do not need to provide letters but should be in a position to speak on the applicant’s behalf and understand the merits of the project. 3 references required.)

Selection

Participants will be chosen on the basis of:

  • The quality of their project (significance, relevance, originality, likelihood for completion) 
  • Overall Academic Strength
  • Experience in and propensity for interdisciplinary work
  • Potential for long-term contributions to the project’s aims

Application

Application Deadline:
January 12th, 2022

Notification by:
Mid-February

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