University of Oregon

Research Interest Groups

The Institute for Intercultural Dialogue and Conflict-Sensitive Reporting announces its request for proposals for Research Interest Groups (RIGs) that incorporate multidisciplinary approaches to research which focus on transcultural studies, interreligious dialogue and peace. RIGs provide opportunities for scholars to collaborate in their research, course development and public outreach. Membership is open to University of Oregon faculty, graduate students and community members.


Activities by RIGs can include, but are not limited to, the following:

• Collaborations with UNESCO Chairs from the UNITWIN network on Interreligious Dialogue for Intercultural Understanding (for details see: http://unesco.uoregon.edu/unitwin/intro.html)

• Hosting lectures, events or performances

• Collaborating on grant proposals for research, course development, or public programs

• Sharing and discussing projects, writings and works-in-progress

The Institute will provide RIGs with the following assistance:

• Introductions and access to the UNESCO Chairs from the UNITWIN network on interreligious Dialogue for Intercultural Understanding

• Logistical support (including publicity assistance, event planning, and copying privileges)

• Page on The Institute’s website : http://unesco.uoregon.edu EDIT LINK


Applications may be submitted at any time during the year.


Questions? Please contact Kate Connolly at katelync@uoregon.edu.


Please submit all materials to the The Institute for Intercultural Dialogue and Conflict-Sensitive Reporting. E-mail submissions are preferred.
The Institute for Intercultural Dialogue and Conflict-Sensitive Reporting
Attention: Kate Connolly
katelync@uoregon.edu
Campus Mail: 110 Gerlinger Hall
Mailing address: 6202 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403-6202

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