The Pluralism Project would like to acknowledge the following academic and community advisors who have supported our work over the years.

Dr. Leila Ahmed
Harvard Divinity School
Women and Gender in Islam; Islam in America; Women’s Studies in Religion

Dr. Ali Asani
Harvard University, Committee on the Study of Religion
Islam; Muslim Youth in North America

Dr. Dorothy A. Austin
Harvard Divinity School
Religion and Psychology; Psychology, Arts, and the Humanities; Psychoanalysis and Meditation

Dr. Diana L. Eck
Harvard University, Committee on the Study of Religion; Member of the Faculty of Divinity; The Pluralism Project
Religious Traditions of India; Interreligious Relations; Religious Pluralism in America

Dr. Charles Haynes
Newseum Institute/Religious Freedom Center Freedom Forum First Amendment Center
Religious Freedom; Religion and Public Education; Teaching About Religions in the Public School Curriculum

Dr. Gurinder Singh Mann
University of California at Santa Barbara
Sikhs in the U.S.

Dr. Aminah Beverly McCloud
DePaul University, Department of Religious Studies
Islam in America; Comparisons of Muslim Diaspora in North America and Europe

Dr. Vasudha Narayanan
University of Florida, Gainesville, Department of Religion
Hinduism in the U.S.; Hindu-Muslim Interactions in Ritual Spaces; Women in the Hindu Tradition

Dr. Paul D. Numrich
Methodist Theological School in Ohio; Theological Consortium of Greater Columbus
Study of Religion and Interreligious Relations

Dr. Anantanand Rambachan
St. Olaf College, Religion Department
Advaita Vedanta; Authority of Scripture; Hinduism in Diaspora; Interreligious Dialogue

Mr. Rohinton Rivetna
Federation of Zoroastrian Associations of North America (FEZANA)
Zoroastrianism in the U.S.; Interfaith Activities

Dr. Omid Safi
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of Religious Studies
Islamic Mysticism; Contemporary Islamic Thought; Medieval Islamic History

Dr. Richard Seager
Hamilton College, Religious Studies Department
Buddhism in the U.S.

Mr. Pravin K. Shah
Federation of Jain Associations of North America and Jain Study Center of North America
Teaching of Jainism to Youth in North Carolina; Development of Jain Literature Website and Home Study Course

Dr. Muzammil H. Siddiqi
Fiqh Council of North America
Islam in North America

Dr. Robert Stockman
DePaul University, Religious Studies Department; Institute for Bahá’í Studies
Bahá’í History; World Religions in America; Interfaith Activities; Bahá’í Curriculum Development

Dr. Donald K. Swearer
Harvard Divinity School
Theravada Buddhism; Buddhism and Christianity; Engaged Buddhism; American Buddhism; Immigrant Buddhism

Dr. Raymond Williams
Wabash College
Religions of South Asian Immigrants in the U.S.; Swaminarayan Hinduism; Srivaishnava Acharyas

Dr. Yifa
The Woodenfish Project
Monastic Regulation and Institutions; Chinese Buddhism; Humanistic Buddhism; Vinaya from Chinese Resources

In memoriam

Margot Adler
National Public Radio
Author, Drawing Down the Moon: Witches, Druids, Goddess-Worshippers, and Other Pagans in America Today

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