New Indigenous Arts and Research Fellowship

The Centre for Studies in Religion and Society (CSRS) is creating new Indigenous Arts and Research Fellowships, thanks to a generous contribution from local Indigenous scholar, artist, and activist, Michelle Brown, together with matching funds provided by the CSRS.

Michelle is a long-time friend of the centre, former CSRS community sabbaticant, and co-facilitator of the Reconciliation and Relationship dialogue series hosted at the centre. Michelle currently serves on the CSRS advisory council.

Fellowships will create opportunities for artistic and intellectual engagement between Indigenous artists, graduate students, and faculty members and other students, fellows, and staff at the CSRS. They are available to Indigenous (First Nations, Inuit, Métis) scholars (graduate students and faculty members) and artists interested in pursuing an academic or artistic project in which reconciliation as well as spiritual, cultural, or religious themes are central concerns.

To learn more about the purpose of these fellowships and how to apply, visit the CSRS website.