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"I don't know where to start"
This guide is meant to be a convenient starting place for using a number of resources that relate to IDS 255, Comparative Religious Traditions. It's also geared to help you complete your research assignment.
- Though Berry Library is closed due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, I'm available virtually to help
The Pluralism Project
Since 1991, the Pluralism Project (Harvard University) has sought to "document the contours of our multi-religious society, explore new forms of interfaith engagement, study the impact of religious diversity in civic life, and contextualize these findings within a global framework."
Explore an interactive map at World Religions in Greater Boston, or search for a site in the wider world at the project's Directory of Religious Centers.