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Ruth Braunstein to be guest speaker, March 26, 2018

Author: Rae Hoffman

Ruth Braunstein will be our guest speaker, March 26, 2018 at 12:30pm. Her talk is titled Prophets and Patriots: Faith in Democracy Across the Political Divide.

Ruth is an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Connecticut. A cultural sociologist interested in the role of religion in American political life, her research explores the practices, discourses, narratives and ideals of activists across the political spectrum. Her research has been published in the American Sociological Review

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Shanna Corner and Justin Van Ness are Co-Winners of the Jeanine A. Becker Memorial Award for Outstanding Graduate Student Paper 2017

Author: Rae Hoffman

Jeanine A. Becker Memorial Award for Outstanding Graduate Student Paper 2017 Co-Winners:

“Global Secular Elites? Religious Identities, Context-Based Knowledge,and Meaning-Making Processes within UN Spaces” by Shanna Corner

and

“Information Transmission in situ: Communication Pathways in Protest Situations” by Justin Van Ness…

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