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The Center for the Study of Religion at Princeton University is a major academic initiative that aims to encourage greater intellectual exchange and interdisciplinary scholarly studies about religion through diverse perspectives of the humanities and social sciences. Founded in 1999, the Center is committed to scholarly research and teaching that examines religion comparatively and empirically in its diverse historical and contemporary manifestations.

  • Center Director Robert Wuthnow to lecture on Red State Religion
    On Thursday, 9/18/14, at 4:30 pm in Betts Auditorium (Architecture N101) on the Princeton campus, the Center will host a lecture by Robert Wuthnow, Gerhard R. Andlinger ’52 Professor of Social Science, on “Red State Religion: Religion and Politics in Kansas and Texas.” Wuthnow will discuss insights from his two recent books, Red State Religion: Faith and Politics in America’s Heartland and Rough Country: How Texas Became America’s Most Powerful Bible Belt State.
  • 2013-2014 Annual Report
    The 2013-2014 Center for the Study of Religion Annual Report is now available to view online. Click below to read about all the research and events sponsored by CSR in the past year.