The Grounded Knowledge Project is a Henry Luce Foundation funded initiative to create gathering spaces for scholars committed to community-based research and public humanities in religious studies and develop a series of digital resources for the ongoing development of this work. We’re creating spaces to highlight best practices and strategies, grow a network of practitioners, and creatively reimagining knowledge production
We also want to advocate for a more capacious understanding of scholarship and the many contexts in which scholarship takes place, especially outside the academy.
Over the next year, we’ll be hosting a webinar series and launching a resource website, a short documentary on community-based research, and a new online certificate program. Stay tuned for more information!