I am part of the class of 2020 at Tufts University and a member of Tufts' first Laidlaw Scholars cohort. I am a double major in Religion and Environmental Studies and I am interested in studying how religion is used in practice to mediate interfaith conflicts. My research for my Laidlaw Project runs along these lines – I am researching how and why various religious theologies are used by environmental groups in Israel to promote environmentalism and tackle disputes over natural resources.
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