2022-2023 Individual Research Grants Awarded

Congratulations to This Year's Winners!

Every year, the AAR awards individual research grants, ranging from $500 to $5,000, to support important aspects of scholarly projects, such as field work and travel to archives and libraries. These projects are proposed by AAR members and selected by the AAR Research Grants Jury.

2022–2023 Individual Research Grant Winners

Emilia Bachrach, Oberlin College
Gender and Asceticism in Contemporary Gujarat

Rebecca Bartel, San Diego State University
Rites and Rituals of Protection: Cultural Production and (re)Weaving Social Fabric in Post-Peace Accord Colombia

Molly Bassett, Georgia State University
Unwrapping the Bundle: Theory & Method in the Study of Mexica-Aztec Religion

Hans A. Harmakaputra, Augustana University
Christian-Muslim Relations after Conservative Turn in Indonesian Islam

Mary Kate Holman, Fairfield University
At the Edge of the Church in a Changing World: The Life and Thought of Marie-Dominique Chenu

Levi McLaughlin, North Carolina State University
Religion and Politics in Japan after the Abe Assassination

Alexandra Prince, Skidmore College
Bedwardism: The History of an Afro-Jamaican Religious Tradition on Trial

Briana Wong,
Phillips Theological Seminary
Indigenous Midwives in the Formation of West African Catholicism

Gina A. Zurlo,
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Putting the Pacific Islands on the Map: Gender, Climate, and Christianity