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Amy IeremciucFollow

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History

Anticipated Graduation Year

2022

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Open Access

Abstract

Amy Ieremciuc’s contribution to Dr. Brecht’s book narrowed in on growing an understanding for the research and developmental process that is the foundation of an academic book. Thus, this project resulted in a collection of foundational works like reading, analyzing, editing, and drafting Dr. Brecht’s drafted chapters. Additionally, this project encouraged the development of footnotes and the research that underlies them (which samples are included), as well as research on demographics of religious universities in the United States. Lastly, this project also includes an in-depth analysis on future religious global demographics.

Faculty Mentors & Instructors

Dr. Mara Brecht, Undergraduate and Graduate Professor, Theology Department

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Unraveling White Privileges: Race and Salvation in a Religiously Diverse World

Amy Ieremciuc’s contribution to Dr. Brecht’s book narrowed in on growing an understanding for the research and developmental process that is the foundation of an academic book. Thus, this project resulted in a collection of foundational works like reading, analyzing, editing, and drafting Dr. Brecht’s drafted chapters. Additionally, this project encouraged the development of footnotes and the research that underlies them (which samples are included), as well as research on demographics of religious universities in the United States. Lastly, this project also includes an in-depth analysis on future religious global demographics.