Religion Dispatches

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Religion Dispatches
Religion Dispatches logo.jpg
Director Diane Winston
Categories Religion, online magazine
Frequency Daily
Year founded 2007

Religion Dispatches is a daily non-profit online magazine covering religion, politics, and culture from a progressive or liberal interfaith perspective. It was founded in 2007.[1][2] The founders were Gary Laderman, a religion studies scholar from Emory University; Linell Cady, a religion studies scholar from Arizona State University; and Evan Derkacz, a journalist who formerly wrote for AlterNet.[3]

The website was nominated for Webby Awards in the Religion & Spirituality category for the 2011 Webby Awards and the 2012 Webby Awards.[4][5]

In October 2013, Religion Dispatches moved to the University of Southern California's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism's website. Diane Winston, chairman of Media and Religion at USC, heads the publication.[6]


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