The Pluralism Project at Twenty Five: Challenge and Promise

On February 3, 2016, an exhibit entitled “The Pluralism Project at Twenty Five: Challenge and Promise” opened at the Andover Harvard Theological School Library. The exhibit was curated by Pluralism Project Research Associate and HDS student Maggie Krueger with assistance from Pluralism Project Assistant Director Whittney Barth and members of the Andover Harvard Theological Library staff. The exhibit features the history, resources, and networks of the Pluralism Project from its founding to the present and celebrates the contributions of students and affiliates from around the country.

The opening event featured remarks from Dr. Diana Eck, founder and director of the Pluralism Project, Douglas Gragg, librarian at the Andover Harvard Theological Library, as well as Maggie Krueger and Whittney Barth.

The exhibit is on display through the end of September and will coincide with “The Pluralism Project at Twenty Five: Diversity and Inclusion in the American Crucible” taking place at Harvard Divinity School September 22-23, 2016.