The American Religious Sounds Project

What does religion in the United States sound like? This question animates the American Religious Sounds Project (ARSP), a collaborative research initiative co-directed by Amy DeRogatis (Michigan State University) and Isaac Weiner (Ohio State University), which aims to offer new resources for documenting and interpreting the diversity of American religious life by attending to its varied sonic cultures. To date, the Project has centered on: (1) the construction of a unique sonic archive, documenting the diversity of everyday religious life through newly produced field recordings, interviews, oral histories, and related materials; and (2) the development of a digital platform and website, which draws on materials in our archive to engage users in telling new stories about religious diversity in the U.S.

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The Weeping Season

The Weeping Season Summer 2018 Seed Grant Funding Report Report submitted by Alexandra Hidalgo Project Synopsis When I was a child, my father embodied magic with every step and word.…

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Level 101: A Video Game About Video Games

Level 101: A Video Game About Video Games – Interdepartmental Collaboration, Tutorials, and Pre-Production Summer 2018 Seed Grant Funding Report Report submitted by Justin Wigard and Beth LaPensée   Project…

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Bhakti Virtual Archive

Bhakti Virtual Archive (BHAVA)   Summer 2018 Seed Grant Funding Report Report submitted by Jon Keune and Gil Ben-Herut   Summary of seed grant activity   The summer seed grant…

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Digital & Community Publishing Collective

Digital & Community Publishing Collective Summer 2018 Seed Grant Funding Report Report submitted by Kate Birdsall and Emily Jenkins The Digital & Community Publishing Collective (DCPC) at MSU is a…

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