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The Ackland Art Museum

In fall 1997, the Ackland Art Museum of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH) began focusing resources on using its multicultural...

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Ackland Art Museum
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
101 S Columbia St, Chapel Hill, NC 27599

Michael Allen

In 2004, Michael Allen, a student at Harvard Divinity School, produced a web resource on Armenian, Coptic, Ethiopian, Eritrean, Syriac, and Indian Churches in America. The goal of this project was to bring about a greater awareness of the presence of these churches in the United States. His research consisted of two parts:  First, he provided an introduction to the six churches, including sections on history, language and culture, iconography, music, and the establishment and growth of the churches in America. The web-based version of this introduction was accompanied by photographs, icons, and links to samples of music. Second, Allen profiled five Oriental Orthodox churches from the greater Atlanta area, based on fieldwork conducted in summer 2004. The web version of this project is now archived as a .pdf (link below). Dr. Diana Eck served as the faculty sponsor for this research.

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University of Virginia
Charlottesville, VA

PJ Andrews

Research Associate, Academic Year 2009-2010

Rachel Antell

Rachel Antell received an MTS from Harvard Divinity School in 1992 and an MA in documentary film and video from Stanford University in 2001. Her production... Read more about Rachel Antell
Documentary Filmmaker
San Francisco, CA

Dr. Carlos Arboleda

The Project for Religious Pluralism in Colombia, directed by Dr. Carlos Arboleda Mora, studies the religious diversity in Colombia with a focus on...

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Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana
Medellín, Colombia

Kristen Arn

Research Associate, Academic Year 2010-2011