The Pluralism Project

In the past fifty years, immigration and pluralisation have dramatically changed the religious landscape of the United States. Today the encounter between people of different religious traditions takes place in cities and neighbourhoods all over the country. The Pluralism Project at Harvard University began a pioneering study of the changing religious landscape in the U.S. in 1991. Through its network of affiliates, the project documents the contours of the multi-religious U.S.-society, studies new forms of interfaith engagement, and explores the impact of religious diversity in civic life. Its innovative research focus and methods have inspired many other research projects on the changing religious landscape worldwide.

RESOURCES ON RELIGIOUS DIVERSITY IN THE U.S.

Since the need for religious literature has grown greater than ever before, the Pluralism Project publishes different resources on religious diversity and pluralism in the U.S.: