About the Project

Kansas is religiously a microcosm of the world. All of America’s largest religious families—Catholics, Methodists, Baptists, Lutherans, and so on—are well represented, but so are a legion of less populous groups.  The Religion in Kansas Project seeks to serve as a comprehensive clearinghouse for resources and information that document this diversity of religious tradition and experience in Kansas, and the historical and contemporary role of religion in the lives of Kansans. Read more...

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Directory of Religious Centers: Kansas

A searchable database of religious centers in Kansas. The Directory does not, as a rule, include information on Christian and Jewish centers as this…see more

World Religions in Northeast Kansas

As part of Harvard University's Pluralism Project, since 2002 world religions students at Baker University have visited religious sites in Kansas and…see more

MYgration stories: the oral histories of Hispanic immigrants in Kansas City, Kansas.

Project report, sound cassettes, and transcripts of interviews of thirty-one Hispanic and Latino immigrants to the United States, residing in Kansas…see more

Making Do and Doing Without: Kansas in the Great Depression project records, 1982-1983

Making Do and Doing Without: Kansas in the Great Depression, a radio/newspaper series about Kansans' Depression-era experiences, was produced by the…see more