The Pluralism Project, in collaboration with the Andover Harvard Theological Library, hosts a public exhibit showcasing the Project’s 25 years of religious diversity and interfaith resources.
From 3:00pm until 4:00pm
At Andover Harvard Theological Library
45 Francis Avenue, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
The Pluralism Project / (617) 496-2481On Wednesday, February 3rd from 3-4 PM, staff from both the Pluralism Project and Andover Harvard Theological Library introduced to the public a 3-floor exhibition: “The Pluralism Project at 25: Challenge and Promise.” The exhibit explores the history, networks and impact of the Pluralism Project. The opening event was planned to coincide with World Interfaith Harmony Week and included remarks from Harvard Divinity School Librarian Douglas Gragg and Dr. Diana Eck, founder and director of the Pluralism Project. The event also included a Q&A session with exhibit curators and Pluralism Project staffers, Margaret Krueger and Whittney Barth. A prototype of the Pluralism Project’s forthcoming newly redesigned website was also shared with visitors. Based at Harvard University, the Pluralism Project has studied religious diversity and interfaith efforts in the United States since 1991 and, from that research, creates educational resources that are used in classroom and community settings around the world. “The Pluralism Project at 25: Challenge and Promise” will be on display at Andover Harvard Theological Library” until the end of September 2016. It is the first in a series of events marking the Project’s 25th anniversary.