The Public Religion Project


The Public Religion Project
was a three-year venture (1996-1999) of the University of Chicago. Funded by the Pew Charitable Trusts, the project concentrated on the intersection of religion with media, politics, education, and business. In addition to sponsoring colloquies and providing connections among scholars and media, the project also published a number of books.


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(For the PRP statement of purpose, see “Public Religion in America Today”
on the PRP/Marty Center link above.)