We offer many grants to support research involving philosophers of religion from underrepresented regions and religious traditions.

The details of these grants will be published here in October 2020 when the project officially starts.

Project Grants (2021, 2022)

We will offer 5–20 grants (totalling £400,000) to projects that address one or more of our themes from global perspectives. We expect to provide between £20,000 and £80,000 each to most projects.

Translation Grants (2021, 2022)

We will offer 5–20 grants (totalling £50,000) to scholars who will translate books or papers in the philosophy of religion from English to a non-English language or vice versa. We aim to allocate approximately £12,500 to each of the four regions on which we focus: Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East.

English Language Support Grants (2021, 2022)

We will offer approximately 20 grants totalling £20,000 to support non-native English speakers who wish to publish their philosophy of religion papers on the project themes in the English language.

Travel Bursaries (2021, 2022, 2023)

We will offer 10 travel bursaries (up to £500 each) to participants in each of our publication seminars. We will also offer 10–15 travel bursaries (up to £500 each to domestic speakers and up to £1000–2000 each to international speakers) to participants in each of our international conferences.

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