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Funding Opportunities from the Cushwa Center AND Five Questions with Katherine Dugan

Benjamin J. Wetzel

The Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism is pleased to announce the annual deadline to apply for travel grants from the Cushwa Center.  The center offers four types of grants for projects related to the study of American and transnational Catholicism. Specifically:

The Theodore M. Hesburgh Research Travel Grant (to use the Hesburgh Papers at Notre Dame)The Research Travel Grant (to use Notre Dame archival resources)The Hibernian Research Award (for projects related to Irish experiences in Ireland and the United States)The Peter R. D'Agostino Research Travel Grant (to use Roman archives for an American Catholic-focused project)
The deadline for applying for each of these grants is December 31, 2017.  More information can be found at  Please direct any questions to
Last year, Katherine Dugan, assistant professor of religion at Springfield College, received one of these grants for a project on …

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