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Mayrl and Venny ’22 Coauthor Paper on Religious Freedom

Associate Professor of Sociology Damon Mayrl and Dahlia Venny ’22 have coauthored a new paper, “The dejudicialization of religious freedom?” published in Social Compass. The study “conceptualizes the dejudicialization of religious freedom (DRF) in institutionalist terms, examines the structural forces that have facilitated JRF [judicialization of religious freedom], and considers whether and how they may...

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June 23, 2021

Colby-Bigelow Partnership Awarded Research Grant to Study Volcanic Ash in Pacific Marine Ecosystem

A team of researchers at Colby College and the Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences has been awarded a $600,000 four-year grant from the North Pacific Research Board to investigate the role of volcanic ash in supporting the marine ecosystem of the northeastern Pacific Ocean. Led by Bess Koffman, assistant professor of geology at Colby, and...

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June 23, 2021