Examine Religions in America
During his 2016 Fulbright Specialist Lectureship in the Institute of Sociology, Pazmany Peter University in Budapest, the American Religious Experience Director asked his students to write brief papers on the topic of the Sociology and History of American Religions. Students from Hungary, France, Germany, and Mexico contributed to this unique project: International Students Examine Religions in the United States.
The project was made possible with generous support from the US Fulbright Scholar Program, the Council for the International Exchange of Scholars, the Hungarian Fulbright Commission, the Faculty of the Institute of Sociology at Pazmany Peter Catholic University and the Department of History at West Virginia University.
These articles are works in progress. Students had limited access to religion in America sources. Views expressed reflect the opinions of each student author. Articles will begin appearing in April and May 2016.
Click here to view the student articles.