Tue, Apr 04|
Paul Djupe: Religious Resilience in the Face of Political Challenges
Dr. Djupe is a political scientist at Denison University directing the Data for Political Research program and specializing in religion and politics, social networks, gender and politics, and political behavior. He will join us in-person for this event, which will also be live-streamed.
Time & Location
Apr 04, 2023, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Moorhead (hybrid), 1201-1399 11th St S, Moorhead, MN 56560, USA
About the Event
Dr. Djupe's in person keynote will address how new political challenges often take American religion in new directions. His research primarily investigates exposure and adoption processes – how religious communities provide political information and how members make sense of and use that information. He examines social networks in churches, clergy political speech and engagement, small group interactions, and as well as experimental results regarding how individuals react to religious cues used by political actors and political cues used by religious actors.
Dr. Djupe is a political scientist at Denison University directing the Data for Political Research program and specializing in religion and politics, social networks, gender and politics, and political behavior. He is an affiliated scholar with Public Religion Research Institute and the editor of the Religious Engagement in Democratic Politics series with Temple University Press. He was coeditor of Politics & Religion(2011-2016). Djupe currently blogs for religioninpublic.blog, and has also contributed to 538, the Monkey Cage, and others.