Religion in Kansas Project

The Religion in Kansas Project is an ambitious and ongoing archival endeavor to document the historical and contemporary role of religion in the lives of Kansans. Started by Dr. Timothy Miller in 2009, the Religion in Kansas Project partners with libraries, archives, museums, religious communities, and individuals throughout the state and greater Kansas City area to facilitate the digitization and preservation of resources documenting the diversity of religious tradition and experience in Kansas. It is a varied and highly used collection, accessed digitally by persons in over ten countries and averaging around seven thousand item views and five thousand item downloads a year. Archived items are available via Omeka and KU ScholarWorks.

We welcome you to share your stories, photographs, videos, and other resources by uploading them through the KU ScholarWorks website, or to contact us directly with questions or information.

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