The following current and former CSR fellows are on the job market this fall.
Andrew Johnson, Sociology (Ph.D., University of Minnesota): “If I Give My Soul: Pentecostalism inside of Prison in Rio de Janeiro.”
Daniel Vaca, Religion (Ph.D., Columbia University): “Book People: Evangelical Books and the Making of contemporary Evangelicalism”
Recent and Current Graduate Fellows
April C. Armstrong, Religion: "“That’s What Makes Me a Jew and Him a Baptist”: Jews, Southern Baptists, and the American Public Square from the Reagan Revolution to the Dawn of the New Millennium"
Thomas Carlson, History: “Christians in Fifteenth-Century Iraq: The Church of the East as a Conceptual Community.”
Rachel Lindsey, Religion (Ph.D., Princeton University): “In a Communion of Shadows: Vernacular Photography and the Material Archives of Nineteenth-Century American Religion”
LiErin Probasco, Sociology: “More good than harm: Moral action and evaluation in international religious volunteer tourism.”
Jayanti Owens, Sociology: “Getting Ahead While Falling Behind: Behavioral Skills and Gender Inequality in the Labor Market Pipeline”
Daniel Stolz, Near Eastern Studies:
Lev Weitz, Near Eastern Studies: “The Medieval Islamic World and Syriac Christians: Family, Law, and Society”
If you are a recent CSR fellow searching for employment and would like to be added to this page, email us.