2019 FINAL PROGRAM


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Thursday, November 10, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday, November 10, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Thursday, November 10, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Friday, November 11, 8:00 AM - 8:50 AM
Friday, November 11, 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday, November 11, 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Paper Session A- Author Meets Critics - Situating Spirituality: Context, Practice, and Power
Room: Maryland E
Organizer/Convener: Evan Stewart, University of Massachusetts Boston (evan.stewart@umb.edu)
Author: Brian Steensland, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) (bsteens@iupui.edu)
Co-Author 1: Jaime Kucinskas, Hamilton College
Co-Author 2: Anna Sun, Duke University
Participants
Nicolette Manglos-Weber, Boston University (nmw1@bu.edu)
Jacqui Frost, Purdue University (jacquifrost@gmail.com)
Erin Johnston, Duke University (erin.johnston035@duke.edu)
Evan Stewart, University of Massachusetts Boston (evan.stewart@umb.edu)
Paper Session A- Click and See! Digital Technology and Religious Life
Room: Baltimore B
Organizer/Convener: Paul McClure, University of Lynchburg (mcclure_pk@lynchburg.edu)
Undergraduate Digital Media Use and Religiosity at a Christian University
Daniel Allen, Olivet Nazarene University (daniel_allen1@baylor.edu)
Anti-vax Sentiment, Media, and a New Theory of Trust
Jason Burtt, Baylor University (jason_burtt1@baylor.edu)
Religion and Religiosity: Lessons from Facebook Ads
Pierre Hegy, Adelphi University (pierre.hegy@gmail.com)
Screen Time, Social Media, and Religious Commitment among Adolescents
Paul McClure, University of Lynchburg (mcclure_pk@lynchburg.edu)
Co-Author 1: Jeremy Uecker, Baylor University
Co-Author 2: Paul McClure, University of Lynchburg
Paper Session A- Religion, Gender, and Power in Contemporary Context
Room: James
Organizer/Convener: Meredith Whitnah, Westmont College (mwhitnah@westmont.edu)
A Retrospective on ‘Trailblazing’ Female ‘Pastors’: Gender, Power, and Erasure in the US Catholic Church
Tricia Bruce, University of Notre Dame (tbruce@nd.edu)
Co-Author: Jennifer Sherman, Georgetown University
Gendered constructions of religious and national belonging among Latinx Evangelical Protestant Immigrants: “Pero ante todo, Cristiana”
Karen Michalka, University of Mary (kmichalka@umary.edu)
Strong Men and Starfish Stories: Gender in American Antitrafficking Discourse
Lisa Weaver-Swartz, Asbury University (lswartz1@alumni.nd.edu)
Evangelical Organizations’ Responses to the #ChurchToo Movement
Meredith Whitnah, Westmont College (mwhitnah@westmont.edu)
Paper Session A- Environmental Politics and Climate Change
Room: Homeland
Convener: Jason Pudlo, East Carolina University (pudloj22@ecu.edu)
Climate-Based Initiatives at the Local Church Level: A qualitative approach with clergy and lay leaders in Philadelphia and Denver
Marquisha Scott, University of Denver (marquisha.scott@du.edu)
Co-Author: Marquisha Scott, University of Denver
Eco-sisters: Gender, Power, and Climate Change Politics within the American Catholic Church
Sabrina Danielsen, Creighton University (sabrinadanielsen@creighton.edu)
Co-Author: Ellie Simmons, Creighton University
The role of faith in beliefs about climate change
Joshua Alvarado, Pew Research Center (jalvarado@pewresearch.org)
Co-Author: Becka Alper, Pew Research Center
Clergy, Climate, and Crisis
Jason Pudlo, East Carolina University (poliscipudlo@oru.edu)
Paper Session A- Continuities and discontinuities in religious transmission across generations - part I
Room: Maryland A
Organizer: Roberta Ricucci, University of Turin (roberta.ricucci@unito.it)
Convener: Merril Silverstein, Syracuse University (merrils@syr.edu)
Faith as a source of strength, but even more as responsibility - Continuities and Discontinuities across three generations in German families
Christel Gärtner, University of Münster (cgaertner@uni-muenster.de)
Complexities in religious transmission – the case of Finland
Kati Tervo-Niemelä, University of Eastern Finland (kati.tervo-niemela@uef.fi)
Co-Author 1: Jenni Spännäri, University of Eastern Finland
Co-Author 2: Laura Kallatsa, University of Eastern Finland
The hidden transmission of religion across generations: Evidence from the U.S.
Merril Silverstein, Syracuse University (merrils@syr.edu)
Co-Author 1: Joseph Blankholm, University of California at Santa Barbara
Co-Author 2: Dusty Hoesly, University of California at Santa Barbara
Co-Author 3: Maria Brown, Syracuse University
Co-Author 4: Woosang Hwang, Syracuse University
Paper Session A- Flourishing Congregations in Canada: Case Study Findings I
Room: Guilford
Organizer/Convener: Joel Thiessen, Ambrose University (jathiessen@ambrose.edu)
Flourishing Atlantic Canadian Churches: Preliminary Findings
Catherine Holtmann, University of New Brunswick (cathy.holtmann@unb.ca)
Co-Author 1: Stephen McMullin, Acadia University
Co-Author 2: Sam Reimer, Crandall University
Looking for the Relevant Church of Tomorrow: The Experience of Two Quebec Urban Churches
Frédéric Dejean, Université du Québec à Montréal (dejean.frederic@uqam.ca)
Flourishing Interculturally: Congregant Differences as Contributors to Congregational Health
Mark Chapman, Tyndale Seminary (mchapman@tyndale.ca)
Co-Author: James Watson, Tyndale Seminary
Paper Session A- RRA: Faults of the Faithful? Religious Do-Gooders Doing Otherwise
Room: Federal Hill
The Noisy in the Land: Community Planning for the Amish + the Generators, Residential Industies, Truck Traffic, and Farm Animals They Bring
Cory Anderson, Pennsylvania State University (dr@coryanderson.org)
Tattoos and Religion
Kevin Dougherty, Baylor University (kevin_dougherty@baylor.edu)
Co-Author: Jerome Koch, Texas Tech University
Communal Survival in “The Last Days” of Pandemics and Economic Decline: Kibbutzniks, Hutterites, and Native Americans
Warner Woodworth, Brigham Young University, Professor Emeritus (warnerwoodworth@gmail.com)
Getting it out there and making a difference! Sharing religious research findings in accessible ways to a broad variety of audiences.
Lisa Oakley, University of Chester (l.oakley@chester.ac.uk)
Co-Author: Justin Humphreys, Thirtyone:eight
Paper Session A- Religion and Public Health Compliance During the Pandemic 1
Room: Gibson
Convener: Taylor New, Lenoir-Rhyne University (taylor.newton@lr.edu)
Examining COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in Ghana: The role of religion and misinformation
Hannah Taylor-Abdulai, University of Cape Coast (hbta30@gmail.com)
Do Religious People Adhere More or Less to COVID-19 Measures? Evidence on the Link between Religion and Adherence to Hygiene Rules/Vaccination among Immigrant and Native Youth in Germany
Lena Arnold, PhD Student at the University of Mannheim; Researcher at the Mannheim Centre for European Social Research (MZES) (lena.arnold@mzes.uni-mannheim.de)
Co-Author: Jörg Dollmann, Mannheim Centre for European Social Research (MZES), University of Mannheim; German Center for Integration and Migration Research (DeZIM)
Religious affiliation, trust in faith community leaders and conspiracy suspicions as predictors of coronavirus vaccine hesitancy among UK residents during the COVID-19 pandemic, 2020-21
Siobhan McAndrew, Sheffield Methods Institute, University of Sheffield (s.mcandrew@sheffield.ac.uk)
Co-Author 1: Daniel Allington, Kings College London
Co-Author 2: Vivienne Moxham-Hall, Kings Policy Institute
“Jesus is my vaccine”: Attitudes toward the relationship between religion and science during the pandemic
Taylor Newton, Lenoir-Rhyne University (taylor.newton@lr.edu)
Paper Session A- Applied Phenomenology: Qualitative Approaches to the Study of Lived Experience
Room: Fells Point
Organizer: Nathan Scarbeck, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (zvz318@mocs.utc.edu)
Convener: Ralph Hood, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (ralph-hood@utc.edu)
S.I.X. Approaches to Interpersonal Tolerance
Nathan Scarbeck, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (zvz318@mocs.utc.edu)
Co-Author 1: Matthew Durham, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Co-Author 2: Zachary Swanson, Claremont Graduate University
The Structure of Philosophical Worldviews: New Developments in the Qualitative Study of Worldview Beliefs
Zachary Swanson, Claremont Graduate University (zachary.swanson.16@cnu.edu)
Co-Author: Ralph Hood, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Spirituality as a function of Religion? Perspectives on the role of religion across the religious and spiritual dichotomy.
Christian Ishak, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (gqc355@mocs.utc.edu)
Co-Author 1: Zachary Swanson, Claremont Graduate University
Co-Author 2: Nathan Scarbeck, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Harmony with the Universe: A Qualitative Analysis of the Phenomenology of Harmonious Experiences
Spencer Baker, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (ygp877@mocs.utc.edu)
Co-Author 1: Jonathan Dinsmore, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Co-Author 2: Ralph Hood, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Paper Session A- Faith Communities Mobilizing for Immigrants and Refugees: Grassroots Perspectives
Room: Pride of Baltimore
Organizer/Convener: Kraig Beyerlein, University of Notre Dame (kbeyerl1@nd.edu)
N/A
Fabian Arias, Pastor, St. Peter's Church, NYC (neuquenedu@aol.com)
N/A
Leo Guardado, Fordham University (lguardado@fordham.edu)
N/A
Rabbi Elissa Sachs-Kohen, Baltimore Hebrew Congregation (eskohen@baltimorehebrew.org)
Paper Session A- Pandemic Insights from the Faith Communities Today Partnership Team 1
Room: Maryland C
Organizer/Convener: Scott Thumma, Hartford Institute for Religion Research (sthumma@hartfordinternational.edu)
Trends in the Pandemic Impact on the United Church of Christ
Erica Dollhopf, Center for Analytics, Research & Development, and Data (CARDD) United Church of Christ (dollhopfe@ucc.org)
Vital or Simply Viable?: Differences that Make Congregations Thrive and Grow
Petr Cincala, Institute of Church Ministry Andrews University (cincala@andrews.edu)
Co-Author: Rene Drumm, University of Southern Mississippi
Hope and Possibility: Insights for The Episcopal Church from FACT and EPIC Survey Data
Molly James, DEPUTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER OF GENERAL CONVENTION, The Episcopal Church (mjames@episcopalchurch.org)
From Readiness to Recovery: The Role of Congregational Size in Response to the Pandemic.
Scott Thumma, Hartford Institute for Religion Research (sthumma@hartfordinternational.edu)
Paper Session A- Black Americans and Faith Trajectories
Room: Baltimore A
Convener: Meredith Hope, College of Wooster (mhope@wooster.edu)
Religious choices and racial centrality among Black emerging adults
Meredith Hope, College of Wooster (mhope@wooster.edu)
Co-Author 1: Meredith Hope, College of Wooster
Co-Author 2: Ryon Cobb, University of Georgia
Networks of Black Faith: Early Findings for a Study of Digital Black Religion
Erika Gault, University of Arizona (egault@email.arizona.edu)
From Incarceration to Imancipation: Blackamerican Muslim Conversion and Reentry
Laila Noureldin, The University of Chicago (lhnoureldin@uchicago.edu)
Holistic Support for Black Youth through Mental Health and Faith-Based Partnerships
Janise Parker, William & Mary (jparker@wm.edu)
Co-Author: Natoya Haskins, William & Mary
Paper Session A- Religion and COVID-19: Street-level Bureaucrats, Vaccine Uptake, and Misinformation
Room: St. George
Organizer: Katie Corcoran, West Virginia University (kecorcoran@mail.wvu.edu)
Pathways to immunity: Comparing patterns of excess death across the U.S. and within a closed religious community
Rachel Stein, West Virginia University (rachel.stein@mail.wvu.edu)
Co-Author 1: Corey Colyer, West Virginia University
Co-Author 2: Annette Mackay, West Virginia University
Funeral Directors as Street-Level Bureaucrats of COVID-19 Mandates in Plain Communities: A Case Study of Amish Obituaries and Funeral Practices
Katie Corcoran, West Virginia University (kecorcoran@mail.wvu.edu)
Co-Author 1: Rachel Stein, West Virginia University
Co-Author 2: Annette Mackay, West Virginia University
‘God will protect us’: Belief in God/Higher Power’s Ability to Intervene and COVID-19 Vaccine Uptake
Bernard DiGregorio, West Virginia University (bdigrego@mix.wvu.edu)
Co-Author 1: Katie Corcoran, West Virginia University
Co-Author 2: Christopher Scheitle, West Virginia University
‘Get All the Sunshine You Can’: COVID-19 Misinformation among US Amish and Mennonite Communities
Rachel Stein, West Virginia University (rachel.stein@mail.wvu.edu)
Co-Author 1: Corey Colyer, West Virginia University
Co-Author 2: Sara Guthrie, West Virginia University
Friday, November 11, 9:30 AM - 5:45 PM
Friday, November 11, 10:40 AM - 12:10 PM
Paper Session B- Continuities and discontinuities in religious transmission across generations - part II
Room: Maryland A
Organizer: Merril Silverstein, Syracuse University (merrils@syr.edu)
Convener: Kati Tervo-Niemelä, University of Eastern Finland (kati.tervo-niemela@uef.fi)
Bucking the Trend: Factors in the Successful Transmission of Religion across Generations in a Secular Canadian Society
Peter Beyer, University of Ottawa (pbeyer@uottawa.ca)
Debating religious socialization in Italy between changes and continuities
Roberta Ricucci, University of Turin (roberta.ricucci@unito.it)
Co-Author 1: Ferruccio Biolcati-Rinaldi, University of Milan
Co-Author 2: Renzo Carriero, University of Turin
Co-Author 3: Marcello Cabria, University of Turn
Co-Author 4: Giulia Marroccoli, University of Turn
Co-Author 5: Franceso Molteni, University of Turin
Co-Author 6: Luca Bossi, University of Turn
The role of grandparents in the transmission of religiosity in Hungary
Gergely Rosta, Pázmány Péter Catholic University - Budapest Department (rosta.gergely.laszlo@gmail.com)
Co-Author: Zsuzsanna Szvetelszky, Pázmány Péter Catholic University - Budapest Department
Paper Session B- Flourishing Congregations in Canada: Case Study Findings II
Room: Guilford
Organizer: Joel Thiessen, Ambrose University (jathiessen@ambrose.edu)
Convener: Catherine Holtmann, University of New Brunswick (cathy.holtmann@unb.ca)
Repertoires of Resilience: An Additional Domain of Flourishing?
Katie Steeves, Trinity Western University (katie.steeves@twu.ca)
Co-Author 1: Jason Burtt, Trinity Western University
Co-Author 2: Michael Wilkinson, Trinity Western University
Volunteering in Congregations: Organizational Strain and Resilience in a Pandemic
Joel Thiessen, Ambrose University (jathiessen@ambrose.edu)
Spiritual Formation of Congregants: What Does Spiritual Growth Look Like in a Pandemic Time?
Arch Wong, Ambrose University (awong@ambrose.edu)
Paper Session B- Clergy Health and Well-Being: Insights from the Clergy Health Initiative
Room: Maryland B
Organizer: Erin Johnston, Duke University (erin.johnston1@duke.edu)
Convener: David Eagle, Duke University (david.eagle@duke.edu)
Evaluating the Levels and Predictors of Clergy Obesity in the United States
David Eagle, Duke University (david.eagle@duke.edu)
Co-Author: Anna Holleman, Duke University
Changes in United Methodist clergy well-being pre- and post-pandemic: Individual and aggregate level changes from a panel study of North Carolina clergy
Rae Jean Proeschold-Bell, Duke Unviersity (rae.jean@duke.edu)
Co-Author: Logan Tice, Duke University
The Wellbeing of Seminarians: An Examination of the Causal Pathways of Declining Clergy Health from the Seminary-to-Early Ministry Study
Josh Gaghan, Duke University (joshua.gaghan@duke.edu)
Pastoring in a Pandemic: Supports Used and Desired by United Methodist Clergy in the Early Period of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Erin Johnston, Duke University (erin.johnston1@duke.edu)
Co-Author: Jennifer Headley, Duke University
Paper Session B- Changing Values and Orthodox Christianity in Eastern Europe
Room: Watertable B
Convener: Laura Olson, Clemson University (laurao@clemson.edu)
The Narratives of the Holy and Sovereignty: A Political-theology Reading of the Russian Orthodox Church in the Ukraine War
Yan Liu, Dr. (75liu@cua.edu)
Transnational Patriarchal Norms in Russia and the United States
Andy Bunnell, University of Washington (abunnell@uw.edu)
The Serbian Orthodox Church as a Transnational Political Actor: A Case Study of Regime Change in Montenegro
Dunja Arandjelovic, Clemson University (arandjelovicd96@gmail.com)
Co-Author: Luara Olson, Clemson University
Patriarchal Loyalties and Western Values among Orthodox Christians in Eastern Europe: A Comparative Analysis
Laura Olson, Clemson University (laurao@clemson.edu)
Co-Author 1: Dunja Arandjelovic, Clemson University
Co-Author 2: Marko Vekovic, University of Belgrade
Paper Session B- Muslim Families and Identity: Perspectives from North America
Room: Watertable C
Convener: Aamir Jamal, University of Calgary (aamir.jamal@ucalgary.ca)
Canadian Muslim Youth Identity: A Scoping Review of Literature
Aamir Jamal, University of Calgary (aamir.jamal@ucalgary.ca)
Co-Author: Swati Dhingra, University of Calgary
Comparison of Canadian Muslim and non-Muslim parents’ voices on violent extremism
Helal Hossain Dhali, McGill University (helal.dhali@mail.mcgill.ca)
Co-Author 1: Maihemuti Dilimulati, McGill University
Co-Author 2: Ratna Ghosh, McGill University
Needle in a Haystack - (Not) Finding Muslim Partnership
Eman Abdelhadi, University of Chicago (abdelhadi@uchicago.edu)
Stigmatized? American Muslim Advocates Crafting Public Images of Muslim-ness in the U.S.
Valentina Cantori, University Of Southern California (cantori@usc.edu)
Paper Session B- Politics of Race, Gender, and Religion in Emerging Adulthood
Room: Homeland
Organizer/Convener: Hannah Evans, Hartford Institute for Religion Research (hevans@hartfordinternational.edu)
Black Christian Millennials at the Nexus of “Unapologetic” & “Unashamed”
Shaonta Allen, Dartmouth College (shaonta.allen@dartmouth.edu)
Understanding Secularization among White Millennials
Hannah Evans, Hartford Institute for Religion Research (hevans@hartfordinternational.edu)
An Intersectional Analysis of Faith & Feminism
Amanda Hernandez, Baylor University (amanda_hernandez4@baylor.edu)
Paper Session B- Constructing and Deconstructing Evangelicalism
Room: Pride of Baltimore
Convener: John Hawthorne, Emeritus, Spring Arbor University (jw.hawthorne@gmail.com)
Scriptural Authority in Interaction: The Case of an Evangelical Call-In Radio Show
Andrew Chalfoun, UCLA (achalfoun@g.ucla.edu)
Deconstructing Evangelicalism: In Their Own Words
John Hawthorne, Retired (jw.hawthorne@gmail.com)
Faith Maturity and Personal Devotion: A Longitudinal Study of Protestant Evangelical Youth
Chang-ho Ji, La Sierra University (cji@lasierra.edu)
Co-Author 1: Shirley-Ann Thomas, La Sierra University
Co-Author 2: Enze Zhang, La Sierra University
On the Relationship between Evangelicalism and Rural Identity
James Kirk, University of Notre Dame (jameskirk.14.14@gmail.com)
Co-Author: Levi Allen, University of Notre Dame
Paper Session B- Parish Research
Room: St. George
Organizer: Pierre HEGY, Adelphi University (pierre.hegy@gmail.com)
The Informal economy, incompetent leadership, and sexual scandal: A case study of a Catholic monastery in Latin America
Paul Cassun, Universidad del Rosario, COLOMBIA (frpaul@utexas.edu)
How do mixed institutions affect the transmission of clericalism? Continuing Developments
Anthony Pogorelc, St. Mary's University, San Antonio (apogorelc@stmarytx.edu)
Between God and the State: How Catholics Make Moral Judgments in Authoritarian China
Chit Wai John Mok, University of California, Irvine (cwmok@uci.edu)
The Mainline Online: Tracking Worship Participation – A Preliminary Analysis
Christopher Suehr, Catholic University of America (07suehr@cua.edu)
Paper Session B- Author Meets Critics - God, Grades, and Graduation: Religion's Surprising Impact on Academic Success
Room: Maryland E
Organizer/Convener: Rhys Williams, Sociology, Loyola University Chicago (rwilliams7@luc.edu)
Author: Ilana Horwitz, Jewish Studies and Sociology, Tulane Univ. (ihorwitz@tulane.edu)
Participants
Richard Pitt, Sociology-University of California, San Diego (rpitt@ucsd.edu)
Tim Clydesdale, Sociology, The College of New Jersey (clydesda@tcnj.edu)
Carol Ann MacGregor, St. Jerome's - University of Waterloo (carolann.macgregor@uwaterloo.ca)
Rhys Williams, Loyola University Chicago (rwilliams7@luc.edu)
Paper Session B- Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion: Plans and Prospects
Room: Watertable A
Organizer/Convener: Korie Little Edwards, The Ohio State University (edwards.623@osu.edu)
Vision for JSSR Growth and Impact
Korie Little Edwards, The Ohio State University (edwards.623@osu.edu)
Tricks of the Trade: Improving Publication Success
Andrea Henderson-Platt, University of South Carolina (akhender@mailbox.sc.edu)
Co-Author: Aida Ramos, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
A Smooth Ride: Navigating Scholar One and other tips
Luther Young, Jr., The Ohio State University (young.2734@buckeyemail.osu.edu)
Paper Session B- RRA/SSSR: Effective Research Techniques for Reconceptualizing Social and Religious Trends
Room: Federal Hill
Development and Psychometric Evaluation of the Bowen Family Systems Scale for Congregations
Joseph Stewart-Sicking, Loyola University Maryland (jastewartsicking@loyola.edu)
Co-Author: Barbara Laymon, The Bowen Center
Nones, Dones, and Umms: Who Are They?
Marjorie Royle, Clay Pots Research (tayloroyle@comcast.net)
Understanding and Evaluating Service as Modeled by Sisters: Implications for Sisters, Lay Partners and their Ministries
Christine Baker, Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland (cbaker@socfcleveland.org)
Co-Author: Kathryn Racine, MLC Group
Open Science using Registered Report format
Kevin Ladd, Indiana University South Bend (kladd@iu.edu)
Co-Author 1: Kevin Ladd, Indiana University South Bend
Co-Author 2: Ward Davis, Wheaton College
Paper Session B- Pandemic Insights from the Faith Communities Today Partnership Team 2
Room: Maryland C
Organizer/Convener: Scott Thumma, Hartford Institute for Religion Research (sthumma@hartfordinternational.edu)
The “New Traditional” in a Most Traditional Church: How the Pandemic Has Reshaped American Orthodox Christian Churches
Alexei Krindatch, National Census of Orthodox Christian Churches (akrindatch@aol.com)
How Do Trends in Multisite, Church Planting, and Mergers Compare in the FACT 2020 Data?
Warren Bird, SVP of Research and Equipping Evangelical Council Financial Accountability (warren@ecfa.org)
Supplementing Budgets and Clergy Employment: A Comparison between Fact and Non-FACT PCUSA congregations 2000 to 2020.
Susan Barnett, Research Services Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) (susan.barnett@pcusa.org)
Paper Session B- Settler Colonialism and the Book of Mormon
Room: Fells Point
Organizer/Convener: Thomas Murphy, Edmonds College (thomaswmurphy90@gmail.com)
Who Decides if The Book of Mormon Can be Decolonial?
Jared Hickman, John Hopkins University (jhickman@jhu.edu)
An Insufficient Canon: The Popol Wuj, the Book of Mormon, and Other Scriptures
Thomas Murphy, Edmonds College (thomaswmurphy90@gmail.com)
Paper Session B- What it Means to be "None of the Above"
Room: Baltimore B
Convener: Janelle Wong, University of Maryland (janellew@umd.edu)
Religious Residue? The Impact of Childhood Affiliation on Religiosity among Nones
Nadia Beider, Hebrew University (nadia.beider@mail.huji.ac.il)
The role of 'choice' in non-believing older adults' narratives of parenting.
Joanna Malone, University of York (joanna.malone@york.ac.uk)
Experiences of Discrimination Against Atheists and Joining Organized Secularism
Nic Frame, Purdue University (nframe@purdue.edu)
The Role of Race in Political Attitudes Among the Religiously Unidentified
Janelle Wong, University of Maryland (janellew@umd.edu)
Co-Author 1: Je St. Sume, University of Maryland
Co-Author 2: Janelle Wong, University of Maryland
Paper Session B- Whither the "Black Church"?
Room: Baltimore A
Convener: Stephanie Boddie, Baylor University (stephanie_boddie@baylor.edu)
Do THE WORK: Toward a Catholic Anti-Racism
Tia Noelle Pratt, Villanova University (tia.pratt@villanova.edu)
W.E.B. DuBois and Contesting “the Black Church”
Roger Baumann, Hope College (baumann@hope.edu)
Food Charity, Food Justice , and Food Apartheid and the Black Church Food Security Network
stephanie Boddie, Baylor University (stephanie_boddie@baylor.edu)
Co-Author: Stephanie Boddie, Baylor University
The Role of Faith, Religion, and Spirituality in the BLM movement.
Andre E. Johnson, University of Memphis (ajohnsn6@memphis.edu)
Paper Session B- Religion and Public Health Compliance During the Pandemic 2
Room: Gibson
Convener: Yaakov Ariel, UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA (yariel@email.unc.edu)
Orthodox Jews and COVID-19 Vaccination: Lessons for the Future
Ephraim Shapiro, Ariel University (eas97@caa.columbia.edu)
Co-Author 1: Lee Caplan, Morehouse School of Medicine
Co-Author 2: Mendel Singer, Case Western Reserve University
The Role of Sociopolitical, Religious, and Personality Factors in Vaccine Uptake and Hesitancy: Implications for Public Health Approaches
Tess Starman, Howard University (t.e.starman@icloud.com)
Co-Author 1: Ronald Hopson, Howard University
Co-Author 2: Tess Starman, Howard University
Pietry, Pandemic, and Struggles: the Reaction of Jewish Orthodox Groups to the Pandemic
Yaakov Ariel, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (yariel@email.unc.edu)
Did Religious Freedom Exacerbate Covid? A Global Analysis
Nilay Saiya, Nanyang Technological University (nilay.saiya@ntu.edu.sg)
Friday, November 11, 1:10 PM - 2:40 PM
Paper Session C- The 2020 U.S. Religion Census: Expanding Traditional Understandings of U.S. Religiosity
Room: Maryland C
Organizer: Clifford Grammich, U. S. Religion Census (usreligioncensus@gmail.com)
The U.S. Religion Census: Efforts to Expand
Rich Houseal, Church of the Nazarene Research Center (rhouseal@nazarene.org)
Co-Author: Clifford Grammich, U.S. Religion Census
My Religious Tradition’s Buffet of Gelatinous Fare: The Art of Bounding and Enumerating 100+ Conservative and Plain Anabaptist “Groups”
Cory Anderson, Amish and Plain Anabaptist Studies Association (editor@amishstudies.org)
Orthodox Christian Churches in the USA: What Happened between 2010 and 2020?
Alexei Krindatch, National Census of Orthodox Christian Churches (akrindatch@aol.com)
Paper Session C- Health and Spirituality: Reciprocal and Moderating Relationships
Room: Maryland B
Convener: Blake Kent, Westmont College (bkent@westmont.edu)
Do Religious/Spiritual Factors Moderate the Effect of Suffering on Religious/Spiritual Struggles? A Prospective Longitudinal Study
Blake Kent, Westmont College (bkent@westmont.edu)
Co-Author 1: Richard Cowden, Harvard University
Co-Author 2: Victor Counted, Western Sydney University
Moderating Effect of Religious Problem Solving in the Relationship between Religious Orientation and the Mental Health of Marriage Immigrant Christian Women in Korea
Changhoon Seog, Sunmoon University, Republis Of Korea (chseog@sunmoon.ac.kr)
Religious Service Attendance and Depressive Symptoms: Exploring the Reciprocal and Gendered Relationship from Adolescence to Early Adulthood
Johannah Palomo, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (johannah@email.unc.edu)
The stress-moderating effect of religious/spiritual beliefs in retirement: A pro-health effect that is not readily ‘modelled away’
Gerard Rainville, AARP (chuck.rainville@gmail.com)
Co-Author: Mehegan Laura, AARP
Paper Session C- RRA: Challenges at All Levels: Religious Institutions Respond and Adapt
Room: Guilford
Chameleon church: Challenges faced and solutions created in response to COVID-19 in the UK
Lisa Oakley, University of Chester (l.oakley@chester.ac.uk)
Co-Author: Moira Lafferty, University of Chester
Alternative Models to Finance Catholic School Education in the U.S.: An Empirical Analysis
Stephen Porth, Saint Joseph's University, Villanova Center for Church Management (sporth@sju.edu)
How Did Church Planting Change During the Pandemic (Based on More than 2100 Churches Studied)?
Warren Bird, ECFA (Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability) (warren@ecfa.org)
Leading Innovation for Adaptive Challenges in the Church
Joshua Orndorff, James Madison University (orndorjr@dukes.jmu.edu)
Paper Session C- Mixed-Methods Study of Change in Religiosity, Spirituality and Worldview
Room: Maryland A
Organizer/Convener: Zhuo Job Chen, University of North Carolina, Charlotte (job.chen@uncc.edu)
A Common Core? Ideographic and Nomothetic Evidence for Mystical Experience in Relationship to Religious Styles & Type
Ralph W. Hood, Jr., University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (ralph-hood@utc.edu)
Mystical Experiences and Self-identified Spirituality—Longitudinal Perspective on Mutual Effects
Heinz Streib, Bielefeld University (hstreib@online.de)
Co-Author: Zhuo Job Chen, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Autobiographical Reasoning as a Means to Capture (Religious) Narrative Identity over the Lifespan
Ramona Bullik, Bielefeld University (ramona.bullik@uni-bielefeld.de)
Co-Author 1: Anika Steppacher, Bielefeld University
Co-Author 2: Matthew Durham, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Framing subjective religiosities and worldviews in Faith Development Interviews in Germany and the US: Master- and alternative narratives and what does Oprah say?
Barbara Keller, Bielefeld University (barbara.keller@uni-bielefeld.de)
Co-Author 1: Anika Steppacher, Bielefeld University
Co-Author 2: William Andrews, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Paper Session C- Race, Religion, and Elections
Room: Baltimore A
Convener: Prema Kurien, Syracuse University (pkurien@syr.edu)
Latino Protestants in America and Their Politics: Statistical Evidence from the 2016 and 2020 Presidential Elections
Gerardo Martí, Davidson College (gemarti@davidson.edu)
Co-Author 1: Gerardo Martí, Davidson College
Co-Author 2: Brandon C. Martinez, Providence College
Social Location and Religious, Racial, and Political Group Threats
Jerry Park, Baylor University (jerry_park@baylor.edu)
Co-Author: Timothy Lauve-Moon, Baylor University
Evangelicalism and Racial Politics among US Latina/os
Kenneth Vaughan, University of Central Oklahoma (kenneth.r.vaughan@uconn.edu)
Co-Author: Christopher Pieper, Baylor University
Race, Religion and South Asian American Voters in the 2020 U.S. Elections
Prema Kurien, Syracuse University (pkurien@syr.edu)
Paper Session C- How Religious Leaders Are Responding to COVID-19 and Increased Calls for Racial Justice
Room: Federal Hill
Organizer: Elaine Ecklund, Rice University (ehe@rice.edu)
Religious Neutrality: How Churches (fail to) Address COVID-19 and Racism
Oneya Okuwobi, Rice University (ofo@rice.edu)
Co-Author 1: Brenton Kalinowski, Rice University
Co-Author 2: Denise Daniels, Wheaton College
The Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Religious Meanings of Work
Brenton Kalinowski, Rice University (bkalinowski@rice.edu)
Co-Author 1: Elaine Ecklund, Rice University
Co-Author 2: Denise Daniels, Wheaton College
Pastor Burnout, Wellbeing, and Authority during COVID-19
Brenton Kalinowski, Rice University (bkalinowski@rice.edu)
Co-Author: Elaine Ecklund, Rice University
Paper Session C- Losing Religion
Room: Baltimore B
Convener: David Campbell, University of Notre Dame (dave_campbell@nd.edu)
Broadened Horizons, Disillusionment, and the Skeptic’s Triad: A Fluid Model of Transitions to Atheism Based on Confirmatory Coding
Joseph Langston, Ohio University (langston1029@gmail.com)
Becoming Non-believers: Understanding Atheism in Childhood
Anna Strhan, University of York (anna.strhan@york.ac.uk)
Co-Author 1: Rachael Shillitoe, University of Birmingham
Co-Author 2: Lois Lee, University of Kent
Lost Lutherans: Updates on the Apostates after Covid
Christopher (Chris) Suehr, Catholic University/ELCA (cjsuehr@gmail.com)
The Secular Surge Continues: How COVID Has Amplified The Growth of Secularism in America
David Campbell, University of Notre Dame (dave_campbell@nd.edu)
Co-Author 1: Geoffrey Layman, University of Notre Dame
Co-Author 2: John Green, University of Akron
Paper Session C- Resources and intervention programs for Christian clergy during times of pandemic and racial strife
Room: St. George
Organizer: Dr. Rae Jean Proescholdbell, Duke University (rae.jean@duke.edu)
Convener: Logan Tice, Duke University (logan.tice@duke.edu)
The Selah study: 3 stress-management interventions for clergy
Dr. Rae Jean Proescholdbell, Duke University (rae.jean@duke.edu)
Co-Author 1: Dr. David Eagle, Duke University
Co-Author 2: Jia Yao, Duke University
Thriving in Ministry
Rev. Dr. Jacqueline Madison-McCreary, Lott Carey Foreign Mission Society (jemm2@comcast.net)
Co-Author: Rev. Dr. David Emmanuel Goatley, Duke Divinity School
Funding Care for Clergy: Sources of Funding and Distribution of Resources in the Field of Clergy Caregiving
Rev. Dr. Thad Austin, Duke Divinity School (taustin@duke.edu)
Co-Author: Dr. Katherine Comeau, Duke Divinity School
Paper Session C- Author Meets Critics - Taking America Back for God: Christian Nationalism in the United States
Room: Kent
Organizer/Convener: Kelsy Burke, University of Nebraska - Lincoln (kburke@unl.edu)
Author: Andrew Whitehead, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (aw122@iu.edu)
Co-Author: Samuel Perry, University of Oklahoma
Participants
Damon Mayrl, Colby College (dwmayrl@colby.edu)
Jack Delehanty, Clark University (jdelehanty@clarku.edu)
Evan Stewart, University of Massachusetts Boston (evan.stewart@umb.edu)
Ruth Braunstein, University of Connecticut (ruth.braunstein@uconn.edu)
Paper Session C- The Changing Catholic Church
Room: Watertable C
Convener: Pierre Hegy, Adelphi University (pierre.hegy@gmail.com)
A LOCAL REVIVAL OF CATHOLIC DEVOTIONALISM
Pierre HEGY, Adelphi University, Garden City, NY (pierre.hegy@gmail.com)
Understanding and Addressing the Intersection of Spiritual Struggles and Clergy Sexual Abuse in the Roman Catholic Church in Baltimore
Joseph Stewart-Sicking, Loyola University Maryland (jastewartsicking@loyola.edu)
Co-Author 1: Gina Magyar-Russell, Loyola University Maryland
Co-Author 2: Jill Snodgrass, Loyola University Maryland
Analysis of worries: changes and challenges for Catholic Urban Parishes in Latin America
Jesús Antonio Serrano, Universidad Católica Lumen Gentium (México) (info@pastoralurbana.info)
Paper Session C- It’s the End of the World as We Know It: Religious Beliefs and Practices of Adventist Church Members
Room: Mount Washington
Organizer: Karl Bailey, Andrews University (kgbailey@andrews.edu)
Convener: Duane McBride, Andrews University (mcbride@andrews.edu)
Here and Hereafter: An Overview of the Beliefs and Religious Practices in a Global Sample of Adventist Church Members
Karl Bailey, Andrews University (kgbailey@andrews.edu)
Co-Author 1: Duane McBride, Andrews University
Co-Author 2: Shannon Trecartin, Andrews University
Co-Author 3: David Trim, General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists--Archives, Statistics, and Research
Are We Justified by the Means? Seventh-day Adventist Eschatology and Health Beliefs
René Drumm, University of Southern Mississippi (rene.drumm@usm.edu)
Co-Author: Petr Cincala, Andrews University
Correlates of Legalism in a Global Sample of Seventh-day Adventists
Duane McBride, Andrews University (mcbride@andrews.edu)
Co-Author 1: Alina Baltazar, Andrews University
Co-Author 2: David Trim, General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists--Archives, Statistics, and Research
Co-Author 3: Shannon Trecartin, Andrews University
Co-Author 4: Karl Bailey, Andrews University
Not a Needy Person Among Them: A Network Analysis of Prosocial and Religious Behaviors
Karl Bailey, Andrews University (kgbailey@andrews.edu)
Co-Author 1: Duane McBride, Andrews University
Co-Author 2: Zoe Shiu, Andrews University
Co-Author 3: Shannon Trecartin, Andrews University
Paper Session C- Mormons Confronting Modernity: Understanding Members and Former Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Room: Maryland E
Organizer: Jana Riess, Religion News Service (riess.jana@gmail.com)
What Can Big Data Tell Us About Latter-day Saints?
John Hoffmann, BYU (john_hoffmann@byu.edu)
The Role of Ex-Mormon Online Communities in the Disaffiliation Process
Jana Riess, Religion News Service (riess.jana@gmail.com)
Co-Author: Benjamin Knoll, Senior Survey Strategist, APQC
Canceling Taco Tuesday?: Reactionary Mormons' Struggle with the Scope of Religious Authority
Spencer Greenhalgh, School of Information Science, University of Kentucky (spencer.greenhalgh@uky.edu)
Co-Author: Amy L. Chapman, Teachers College, Columbia University
Paper Session C- Churches and the COVID-19 Pandemic
Room: Gibson
Convener: Amanda Wilson Harper, Baylor University (amandawilsonharper@gmail.com)
How and why can religious institutions work towards building equality and justice now? A case study from the Church of England’s public policy response to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Alex Fry, Durham University (alex.d.fry@durham.ac.uk)
Changes in Coping Among US Congregations and Houses of Worship During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Amanda Wilson Harper, Tarleton State University (amandawilsonharper@gmail.com)
Co-Author: Aynsley Sheffert, Baylor University
Christian Identity Construction amid Covid-19: A Case Study of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jerusalem
Felicity Apaah, University of Ghana (feliabraham@yahoo.com)
Co-Author 1: Felicity Apaah, University of Ghana
Co-Author 2: E. Okelloh Ogera, St. Paul’s University, Kenya
US Megachurch Response to COVID-19 Pandemic
George Soroka, Harvard University (soroka@fas.harvard.edu)
Co-Author: George Soroka,
Paper Session C- Religious Experience and Spirituality
Room: James
Convener: James Spickard, University of Redlands (jim_spickard@redlands.edu)
Three Phenomenologies of Ritual Experience: Time, Play, Embodiment
James Spickard, University of Redlands (jim_spickard@redlands.edu)
“Tech Us How to Pray”: The Power of Christian Prayer Apps
Rory Jones, Baylor (rory_jones@baylor.edu)
Associations of beliefs about meditation with response to mindfulness-based cognitive therapy
Roman Palitsky, Brown University (roman_palitsky@brown.edu)
Co-Author 1: Holly Levin-Aspenson, Brown University
Co-Author 2: Willoughby Britton, Brown University
On Religious Experience: Bridging Death and Awe
Kendra Holt Moore, Bethany College (holtmoorekm@bethanylb.edu)
Paper Session C- Catholics and Politics
Room: Homeland
Convener: James Guth, Furman University (jim.guth@furman.edu)
The Catholic Archdiocese of San Antonio and Desegregation, 1941-1969
Mark Newman, University of Edinburgh (m.newman@ed.ac.uk)
Co-Author: Mark Newman, University of Edinburgh
The Economic and Cultural Basis of Catholic Partisanship
James Guth, Furman University (jim.guth@furman.edu)
Pro-immigrant or anti-immigrant: Political party holds more influence than religious teaching for Catholics
Diane Beckman, University of Massachusetts Boston (diane.beckman001@umb.edu)
Co-Author: N/A,
Catholic Church Elites and Political Cues in American Politics
James Kirk, University of Notre Dame (jameskirk.14.14@gmail.com)
Paper Session C- Churches in Society
Room: Pride of Baltimore
Convener: Janel Kragt Bakker, Memphis Seminary (jbakker@memphisseminary.edu)
The Church in the Market Society
Samuel Schmitt, UNC-Chapel Hill, Department of Political Science (sschmit4@gmail.com)
Moral foundations in congregation-community partnerships
Katherine R. Cooper, DePaul University (kcooperm@depaul.edu)
Co-Author 1: Katherine R. Cooper, DePaul University
Co-Author 2: Lynn O. Cooper, Wheaton College
Repairing Harm: Cross-Case Analysis of Efforts Among Dutch and American Christians to Reckon with Sullied Legacies
Janel Kragt Bakker, Memphis Theological Seminary (jbakker@memphisseminary.edu)
Paper Session C- Professional Development Panel: Publishing Articles
Room: Watertable A
Organizer/Convener: Esther Chan, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (chane@uwm.edu)
Dr.
Korie Edwards, Ohio State University (edwards.623@osu.edu)
Dr.
Joseph Baker, East Tennessee State University (bakerjo@mail.etsu.edu)
Dr.
Timothy O'Brien, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (obrien34@uwm.edu)
Dr.
Jacqui Frost, Purdue University (jlf8@rice.edu)
Paper Session C- The Work Life of Religion 1
Room: Watertable B
Convener: Thad Austin, Duke University (taustin@div.duke.edu)
Clergy as Frontline Mental Health Care Workers: Variations in their Experiences and Views
Anna Holleman, Duke University (alh93@duke.edu)
Co-Author: Mark Chaves, Duke University
Gender and Workplace Harassment of Mennonite and Episcopal Clergy
Elizabeth Johnson, Duke University (eaj12@duke.edu)
Co-Author: Amy Zimbelman, Mennonite Church USA
From “Civilian Clergy to Officer”: Hiring and Training Chaplains for Federal Government Positions
Grace Tien, Brandeis University (gracetien@brandeis.edu)
Co-Author 1: Grace Tien, Brandeis University
Co-Author 2: Wendy Cadge, wcadge@brandeis.edu
The Formation of Clergy Caregivers: An Exploratory Analsysis
Thad Austin, Duke University (taustin@div.duke.edu)
Co-Author: Katie Comeau, Duke University
Friday, November 11, 2:50 PM - 4:20 PM
Paper Session D- The 2020 U.S. Religion Census: Broad Implications for Clergy
Room: Maryland C
Organizer/Convener: Clifford Grammich, U.S. Religion Census (usreligioncensus@gmail.com)
Evangelical and Mainline Protestants in the U.S. Religion Census
Rich Houseal, Church of the Nazarene Research Center (rhouseal@nazarene.org)
Catholics in the U.S. Religion Census
Clifford Grammich, USReligionCensus@gmail.com (usreligioncensus@gmail.com)
Interpreting USRC Data on Adherents
Erica Dollhopf, United Church of Christ Center for Analytics, Research & Development, and Data (dollhopfe@ucc.org)
What Do My Neighbors Believe? Using the U.S. Religion Census to Better Understand My Community
Dale Jones, U.S. Religion Census (megalodaleia@gmail.com)
Paper Session D- Novel datasets and methods for studying secularization and religious change
Room: Maryland A
Organizer: Rachel Bacon, Center for Mind and Culture (rbacon@mindandculture.org)
The harmonization method in the study of religiosity and secularization. Presentation of Dataset of Integrated Measures of Religion (DIM-R). Possible applications and analyses.
Łukasz Kiszkiel, Society & Cognition Unit, University of Bialystok (lukaszkiszkiel@gmail.com)
Co-Author 1: Piotr Laskowski, Society & Cognition Unit, University of Bialystok
Co-Author 2: David Voas, University College London
Modelling fuzzy fidelity: using agent-based modelling to identify the causal factors underlying secularisation
Konrad Talmont-Kaminski, Society & Cognition Unit, University of Bialystok (k.talmontkaminski@gmail.com)
Building a Multiple-Dimension Database of Religiosity Measures for the Modeling Religious Change Project
Rachel Bacon, Center for Mind and Culture (rbacon@mindandculture.org)
Co-Author 1: Wesley Wildman, Boston University
Co-Author 2: Gina Zurlo, Gordon Conwell
Dynamics of Sects and Secularization: An agent-based approach
Annetta Burger, Agent-Based Modeling Lab, New York University (agb9206@nyu.edu)
Co-Author 1: Erez Hatna, Agent-Based Modeling Lab, New York University
Co-Author 2: Joshua Epstein, Agent-Based Modeling Lab, New York University
Paper Session D- Viral Politics: African Megachurches in the Year 2020
Room: St. George
Organizer: Abimbola Adelakun, University of Texas, Austin (adelakun@austin.utexas.edu)
Convener: Afe Adogame, Princeton Seminary (afe.adogame@ptsem.edu)
The Politics of Faith in Ghanaian Megachurches: Pandemic Response and Social Action in the Public Sphere
Felicity Apaah, University of Ghana, Legon (feliabraham44@yahoo.com)
Co-Author: Allison Norton, & Hartford Institute for Religion Research at Hartford International University
Powered by Conviction: Women of Faith and Public Theologians Navigating Ministry and the Quest for Social Justice During the Covid 19 Pandemic in Kenya
Damaris Parsitau, Egerton University (dparsitau@yahoo.com)
Co-Author: Okello Okera, Egerton University
Transnational Politics of Power: Nigerian Megachurches and the Quest for Sacred-Secular Politics
Abimbola Adelakun, University of Texas at Austin (adelakun@austin.utexas.edu)
Co-Author 1: Dodeye Williams, University of Calabar, Nigeria
Co-Author 2: Olannike Ogunnowo, University of Ibadan
Paper Session D- Religious Leaders and Politics
Room: Homeland
Convener: Mark Chaves, Duke University (mac58@soc.duke.edu)
Preaching Hot Topics During the Pandemic: Abortion, Gun Violence, Environment
Leah Schade, Lexington Theological Seminary (lschade@lextheo.edu)
Co-Author 1: Amanda Wilson Harper, Tarleton State University
Co-Author 2: Wayne Thompson, Carthage College
Theological Differences and Clergy Activism
Joseph Roso, Duke University (joseph.roso@duke.edu)
Co-Author: Mark Chaves, Duke University
Strategic Talk in Religious Contexts: Evidence from Protestant Pastors in North Carolina
Stephanie Shady, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (stephns@live.unc.edu)
“Women’s Ordination, LGBTQ+ Inclusion, and White Supremacy: How Oppositional Shifts Shaped the Southern Baptist Convention and the Alliance of Baptists in the United States”
Andrew Gardner, Hartford Institute for Religion Research (andrew.b.gardner@alumni.wfu.edu)
Co-Author 1: Andrew Gardner, Hartford Institute for Religion Research
Co-Author 2: Gerardo Marti, Davidson College
Paper Session D- Sexuality, Relationships, and Religiosity
Room: Watertable B
Convener: Sam Perry, University of Oklahoma (samperry@ou.edu)
"Desperate Times Call for Desperate Measures": The Role of Pornography in the Negotiation of Christians' Sexual and Religious Identities
Cindy Mays, University of Nebraska - Lincoln (cmays5@huskers.unl.edu)
Differential links between relational attachment, religiosity & spirituality, and psychological well-being by race and gender
Meredith Hope, College of Wooster (mhope@wooster.edu)
Co-Author 1: Meredith Hope, College of Wooster
Co-Author 2: Logan Kochendorfer, Rockhurst University
Sacred Submissives? Complementarianism in Sexual Behaviors and Outcomes
Elizabeth McElroy, University of Oklahoma (elizabeth.mcelroy@ou.edu)
Co-Author: Samuel Perry, University of Oklahoma
“I can go off and then pray later about that:” The relationship between spirituality and racism in Black same-gender-loving men’s lives
Jonathan Mathias Lassiter, Rowan University (lassiter@rowan.edu)
Co-Author 1: Kainaat Anwar, Rowan University
Co-Author 2: Ashley Foye, Rowan University
Paper Session D- RRA: Ready or Not, Religius Devotees Confront Big Picture Problems
Room: Federal Hill
Putins's War and the Vatican's Dilemma: Another Chapter in the Comtours of Christianity and Secularization
Albert Herzog, Retired (herzoga3@gmail.com)
Sunday Morning Social Constructions of Racial Problems and Solutions
Lisa Pearce, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (ldpearce@unc.edu)
Co-Author: Korie Edwards, Ohio State University
Domestic and Family Violence: Responses and Approaches across the Australian Churches
Ruth Powell, NCLS Research/Charles Sturt University (rpowell@ncls.org.au)
Co-Author: Miriam Pepper, NCLS Research/Charles Sturt University
Ready or Not: White Mainline Congregations Confess Wide Spectrum of Readiness to Discuss and Challenge Race and Racism
Anthony Scott, Rocky Mountain Conference of the United Church of Christ (anthony@rmcucc.org)
Paper Session D- RRA: Into the Minds of Religious Masters: What Are Our Leaders Thinking?
Room: Guilford
The Value of Organisational Culture to Understanding Church Life
Sam Sterland, NCLS Research, Australia (ssterland@ncls.org.au)
PC(USA) Minister Study
Susan Barnett, PCUSA (susan.barnett@pcusa.org)
Co-Author: Jashalund Royston, PC(USA) Research Services
A New Context for Congregational Change due to the COVID-19 Pandemic
Tim Snyder, Wesley Seminary (tsnyder@wesleyseminary.edu)
Co-Author: Deborah Coe, Wesley Theological Seminary
COVID-19 and Clergy Work Wellbeing under Pressure: A Longitudinal Study of Work Wellbeing Among the Clergy in Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland
Kati Tervo-Niemelä, University of Eastern Finland (kati.tervo-niemela@uef.fi)
Co-Author: Kati Tervo-Niemelä, University of Eastern Finland
Paper Session D- Social Context, Social Relationships, and the Sociology of Religion and Science
Room: Baltimore B
Organizer: Elaine Ecklund, Rice University (ehe@rice.edu)
Discussions about Science and Religion on Social Media
Eszter Hargittai, University of Zurich (eszter.hargittai@uzh.ch)
Co-Author: Will Marler, University of Zurich
Religious Identities, Perceptions of Scientists’ Moral Values, and Appreciation of Science in the United States
Timothy O'Brien, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee (obrien34@uwm.edu)
Co-Author: Shiri Noy, Denison University
Questions of Truth, Questions of Trust: Specifying Connections between Religiosity, Christian Nationalism, Political Ideology, and Views on Science and Scientists
Christopher Scheitle, West Virginia University (cpscheitle@mail.wvu.edu)
Co-Author 1: Katie Corcoran, West Virginia University
Co-Author 2: Bernard DiGregorio, West Virginia University
Remaking Networks, Re-establishing Authority: Negotiating Islam and Science within a Western Muslim-Minority Context
Stephen Jones, University of Birmingham (s.h.jones@bham.ac.uk)
Co-Author 1: Saleema Burney, University of Birmingham
Co-Author 2: Riyaz Timol, Cardiff University
The Roots of Mental Health: Interrogating the Intersections Between Perceptions of Religion and Science, Race-ethnicity, and Gender in Explaining Mental Illness
Bianca Mabute-Louie, Rice University (bml@rice.edu)
Co-Author 1: Daniel Bolger, Rice University
Co-Author 2: Andrea Henderson, University of South Carolina
Co-Author 3: Elaine Ecklund, Rice University
Paper Session D- Discrimination against Religious Minorities
Room: James
Convener: Dane Mataic, North Dakota State University (dane.mataic@ndsu.edu)
Beyond labour market status: How do religious minorities fare in the British labour market once job quality is taken into account?
Samir Sweida-Metwally, University of Bristol (samir.sweida-metwally@bristol.ac.uk)
Threat and Global Religious Violence: Cultural Threat and the Rise of Societal Discrimination Targeting Religious Minorities
Dane Mataic, North Dakota State University (dane.mataic@ndsu.edu)
Co-Author: Roger Finke, The Pennsylvania State University
The partial secularisms of Singapore's Muslim minorities: Arbitraging model citizenship and (in)complete selves at the margins
Orlando Woods, Singapore Management University (orlandowoods@smu.edu.sg)
Co-Author: Lily Kong, Singapore Management University
Paper Session D- Jim Davidson's Life and Legacy at RRA/SSSR
Room: Pride of Baltimore
Organizer/Convener: Mary Gautier, Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate (gautierm@georgetown.edu)
Jim's Work on Catholic generational categories
Pat Wittenberg, Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate (pwittber@iupui.edu)
Jim Davidson as a Mentor
Tony Pogorelc, U. S. Province of Sulpician Fathers (ajppss04@gmail.com)
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Roger Finke, Penn State University (rfinke@psu.edu)
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Rachel Kraus, Ball State University (rmkraus@bsu.edu)
Jim's emphasis of the micro, meso, and macro theoretical approach
Deborah Coe, Compass Consulting and Research (debcoe619@gmail.com)
Jim's care for his subject and his students
Kevin Dougherty, Baylor University (kevin_dougherty@baylor.edu)
Paper Session D- Spirituality, Religion, and the COVID-19 Pandemic
Room: Gibson
Convener: Madeline Duntley, Bowling Green State University (dmadeli@bgsu.edu)
How did COVID-19 change peoples’ spirituality and religiosity among Japanese American, Japanese, and Japanese Religious Leaders?
Tatsushi Hirono, Austin Peay State University (hironot@apsu.edu)
Co-Author 1: Yukan Ogawa, Taisho University
Co-Author 2: Akinori Takase, Taisho University
Coping with the Pandemic: A Comparative Analysis of Different Faith Groups in Bangladesh
Shantanu Majumder, Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh (shantanu.m@du.ac.bd)
Religious affiliation and support for inclusive COVID-19 policies: The importance of broader social context
Christopher Seto, The Pennsylvania State University (chs37@psu.edu)
Co-Author: Selena Ortiz, The Pennsylvania State University
Paradigm Shift Spirituality & the COVID Pandemic
Madeline Duntley, Bowling Green State University (dmadeli@bgsu.edu)
Paper Session D- The Work Life of Religion 2
Room: Watertable C
Convener: Thad Austin, Duke University (taustin@div.duke.edu)
The Cathedral as Working Capital
J. Howard Kucher, University of Maryland, Baltimore (jkucher@umaryland.edu)
A Longitudinal Sociological View of American Catholic Priests (1972-2022)
Christopher Jacobi, University of Oxford (jacobi@cua.edu)
Money Funding Ministry: The Distribution of Resources in the Field of Clergy Caregiving
Thad Austin, Duke University (taustin@div.duke.edu)
Co-Author: Katie Comeau, Duke University
Paper Session D- Pandemic, Power, and Race
Room: Baltimore A
Convener: Andrew Franklin, Norfolk State University (asfranklin@nsu.edu)
Trusted Partnerships: Religious Leaders and Public Health Experts Together Address Racial Inequities in Covid-19 Vaccine Trials and Distribution
Lawrence Whitney, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution; Center for Mind & Culture (lawrence.whitney.lc@gmail.com)
How We Got Over: Black Churches and Resiliency during the Covid-19 Pandemic
Monika Gosin, College of William & Mary (mngosin@wm.edu)
Ways to Give: Black Church Giving During the Pandemic
Stephanie Boddie, Baylor University (stephanie_boddie@baylor.edu)
Co-Author: Stephanie Boddie, Baylor University
Assessing Religious Differences During A Pandemic
Andrew Franklin, Norfolk State University (asfranklin@nsu.edu)
Co-Author: Andrew Franklin, Norfolk State University
Friday, November 11, 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Friday, November 11, 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Friday, November 11, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Friday, November 11, 8:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Saturday, November 12, 8:00 AM - 8:50 AM
Saturday, November 12, 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday, November 12, 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Paper Session E- SSSR Professional Development Committee Session: Grants
Room: Watertable A
Organizer/Convener: Michael Nielsen, Georgia Southern University (mnielsen@georgiasouthern.edu)
N/A
Penny Edgell, University of Minnesota (edgell@umn.edu)
N/A
Elaine Howard-Ecklund, Rice University (ehe@rice.edu)
N/A
Tricia Bruce, University of Notre Dame (tbruce@nd.edu)
N/A
Mark Chaves, Duke University (mac58@duke.edu)
Paper Session E- Author Meets Critics - Civil Religion Today: Religion and the American Nation in the Twenty-First Century
Room: Maryland E
Organizer/Convener: Ruth Braunstein, University of Connecticut (ruth.braunstein@uconn.edu)
Author: Rhys H. Williams, Loyola University Chicago (rwilliams7@luc.edu)
Co-Author 1: Raymond J. Haberski, Jr., Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
Co-Author 2: Philip Goff, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
Participants
Andrew Whitehead, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (aw122@iu.edu)
Gerardo Marti, Davidson College (gemarti@davidson.edu)
Paul Djupe, Denison University (djupe@denison.edu)
Cheryl Townsend Gilkes, Colby College ()
Paper Session E- How can we accurately measure religiosity in an authoritarian country, such as Iran?
Room: Fells Point
Organizer: Pooyan Tamimi Arab, Utrecht University (p.tamimiarab@uu.nl)
Convener: Ladan Boroumand, Abdorrahman Boroumand Center for the Promotion of Human Rights and Democracy in Iran (ladan@abfiran.org)
Why GAMAAN's non-probability surveys in Iran provide the most trustworthy measures of sensitive topics
Ammar Maleki, Tilburg University (a.maleki@uvt.nl)
Secularization and Religious Diversity in Iran
Pooyan Tamimi Arab, Utrecht University (p.tamimiarab@uu.nl)
Reflections on GAMAAN's surveys
Neha Sahgal, Pew Research Center (nsahgal@pewresearch.org)
Paper Session E- Religion and Political Participation
Room: Homeland
Convener: Beyerlein Kraig, University of Notre Dame (kbeyerl1@nd.edu)
Thinking again about Community: Contemporary Pagans, Spirituality, and Political Action.
Helen A. Berger, WSRC, Brandeis University (haberger@brandeis.edu)
Civil resistance, obedience/disobedience, and religion
TOMAS LINDGREN, UMEA UNIVERSITY (tomas.lindgren@umu.se)
Co-Author: HANNES SONNENSCHEIN, UMEA UNIVERSITY
Faithful Dissent?: How Protestors’ Religion Affects Public Support for Social Activism
Kraig Beyerlein, University of Notre Dame (kbeyerl1@nd.edu)
Co-Author: Jason Klocek, University of Nottingham
Faithful and (A)political: Religion, Ideology, and Political Participation
Enrique Quezada, Rice University (enrique.quezada@rice.edu)
Co-Author: Enrique Quezada-Llanes, Rice University
Paper Session E- Reflecting on the Sociology of Religion
Room: James
Convener: Gary Adler, Penn State (gary.adler@psu.edu)
Lived and Practiced: Two Paradigms for the Future of the Sociology of Religion
Patrick Gilger, SJ, Loyola University Chicago (pgilger@luc.edu)
City in Nature: The Possibilities of Postsecular Governance in Singapore
Justin Tse, Singapore Management University (justintse@smu.edu.sg)
Fantasies about “Science” and “Religion”
Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi, University of Haifa (zmirahe@yahoo.com)
Religious Capacities in Words, Deeds, and Institutions: Adapting French Pragmatism for the Sociology of Religion
Gary Adler, Penn State University (gary.adler@psu.edu)
Co-Author 1: Shai Dromi, Harvard University
Co-Author 2: Samuel Stabler, Hunter College
Paper Session E- Engaged Spirituality: The Role of Religion in the Lives of 100 Global Humanitarians
Room: Mount Washington
Organizer/Convener: Donald Miller, University of Southern California (demiller@usc.edu)
Who are Spiritual Exemplars? A cross-sectional exploration of 100 spiritually engaged humanitarians
Hebah Farrag, University of Southern California (farrag@usc.edu)
A journalist and an ethnographer walk into the same research project...
Ken Chitwood, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany (ken.chitwood@hotmail.com)
The Paradoxes of Spiritual Exemplars: The Coexistence of Radical Resistance and Radical Acceptance
Arpi Miller, Center for Religion and Civic Culture, USC (arpimiller@gmail.com)
The Role of Spiritual Practices for Exemplary Humanitarians
Donald Miller, University of Southern California (demiller@usc.edu)
Paper Session E- Religion in Africa
Room: Pride of Baltimore
Convener: Nicolette Manglos-Weber, Boston University (nmw1@bu.edu)
Engaging the Nexus between Religious activism and Spirituality in nation’s development: A critical Analysis of Religious activism in Nigeria
DANOYE OGUNTOLA LAGUDA, Lagos State University (danoye.oguntola-laguda@lasu.edu.ng)
The speaking objects and bodies: A preliminary account of semiotics of inculturation in Nigerian churches
Ngozi U. Emeka-Nwobia, Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki - Nigeria (ngozinwobia@gmail.com)
Co-Author: Grace Umezurike, Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki - Nigeria
Contesting the Digital Space: Televangelism and the Changing Habits of worship among Nigerian churches
Grace Umezurike, Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki - Nigeria (graceumez@yahoo.com)
The Pastoral-neur: Material Explanations for Religious Transformation in Uganda
Nicolette Manglos-Weber, Boston University (nmw1@bu.edu)
Paper Session E- Eastern Orthodoxy and the Challenges of the Russia-Ukraine War
Room: Watertable C
Organizer/Convener: Jerry Pankhurst, Wittenberg University (jpankhurst@wittenberg.edu)
The patriarch, the general, and the icon: Russia’s official Orthodoxy at war
Vyacheslav Karpov, Western Michigan University (v.karpov@wmich.edu)
The dynamics of the relations between the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate and the Ukrainian government in 2014-2022: Legal perspective
Dmytro Vovk, Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University, Kharkiv, Ukraine (dmtr.vovk@gmail.com)
30 Days Before and 30 Days After: The Moscow Patriarchate as an Agent of Soft Power Becoming “Hard Power” in the 2022 Invasion of Ukraine by Russia
Jerry Pankhurst, Wittenberg University (emeritus) (jpankhurst@wittenberg.edu)
Co-Author: Alar Kilp, University of Tartu, Estonia
Paper Session E- Theological Education: Student Formation from Matriculation to Graduation
Room: St. George
Organizer: Erin Johnston, Duke University (erin.johnston1@duke.edu)
Spiritual practices and character formation among seminary students: Longitudinal implications on mental health and human flourishing during the COVID-19 pandemic
David Wang, Biola University (david.wang@biola.edu)
Intellectual Formation or Obfuscation? The Impact of Theological Education on Views of Sexuality (Insights from the Seminary-to-Early Ministry Study)
Erin Johnston, Duke University (erin.johnston1@duke.edu)
Co-Author 1: Laura Krull, St. Norbert College
Co-Author 2: Anna Holleman, Duke University
Vocational Formation in Theological Field Education
Kristina Lizardy-Hajbi, Iliff School of Theology (klizardy@iliff.edu)
COVID Effects on ATS Graduates: Lessons from the Graduating Student Questionnaire
Christopher M. The, The Association of Theological Schools In the United States and Canada (the@ats.edu)
Co-Author: Deborah Gin, The Association of Theological Schools In the United States and Canada
Paper Session E- Applied Research in the Spotlight: Constant H. Jacquet Research Award Winners
Room: Maryland F
Organizer: Gina Zurlo, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (gzurlo@gordonconwell.edu)
Structural Problems, Interpersonal Solutions: How Clergy Respond to Racial Protests
Claire Chipman Gilliland, Furman University (claire.gilliland@furman.edu)
Gendered Logics in Field Emergence: The American Woman’s Missionary Movement of the 19thCentury
Kerby Goff, Penn State University (kerby.goff@psu.edu)
Polarization and the Production and Reception of Liturgical Change in the U.S. Catholic Church after the Second Vatican Council
Audra Dugandzic, University of Notre Dame (anakas@nd.edu)
“The Bad Girls” of Evangelical Twitter: Two Historians Deconstruct Patriarchy and Construct Religious Authority
Kelsey Woodruff, Harvard University (khwoodruff@g.harvard.edu)
Paper Session E- Integrating the Social Scientific Study of Religion and Critical Race Theory
Room: Baltimore A
Organizer: Aida Isela Ramos, John Brown University (aida.ramos@gmail.com)
Convener: Jonathan Calvillo, Boston University (calvillo@bu.edu)
Evangelical Christian Discourse Around Critical Race Theory (CRT)
Andrea Henderson, University of South Carolina (akhender@mailbox.sc.edu)
Co-Author 1: Mia Brantley, The Ohio State University
Co-Author 2: Aida Isela Ramos, John Brown University
Faith on the Frontera: Religion, Racialization, and Identity in Texas-Mexico Borderlands
Aida Isela Ramos, John Brown University (airamos@job.edu)
Can Christian Churches Save Latinidad?: Latinx Churches and Racialized Panethnicity
Jonathan Calvillo, Boston University (calvillo@bu.edu)
Paper Session E- Religious Responses to COVID-19 in Nigeria
Room: Gibson
Convener: Edlyne Anugwom, University of Nigeria Nsukka (akommiri@gmail.com)
FROM THE PULPIT TO THE STREET: ASSESSING THE CHURCH’S RESPONSE IN THE FIGHT AGAINST COVID-19 IN NIGERIA
Ojo Joseph Rapheal, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Nigeria. But a Doctoral Student at the Department for the Study of Religions, University of Ghana, Accra, Ghana (ojrapheal@st.ug.edu.gh)
Co-Author 1: Ojo Joseph Rapheal, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Nigeria. But a Doctoral Student at the Department for the Study of Religions, University of Ghana, Accra, Ghana
Co-Author 2: Bùsáyò Ọláníyì ÒGÚNÀJỌ, Department of Religions, Osun State University Ikire Campus, Nigeria
God in all things: Small congregations and surviving the COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria
Edlyne Anugwom, University of Nigeria (akommiri@gmail.com)
Co-Author: Kenechukwu Anugwom, University of Nigeria
The Bane of COVID19 Dystopia: Responses of Nigerian Christian and Moslem Communities.
BOLAJI BATEYE, Department of Religious Studies, Obafemi Awolowo University,Ile-Ife (bolaji66@yahoo.com)
Co-Author 1: Olukemi Bateye, Department of Medical Rehabilitation, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.
Co-Author 2: Temidayo Olayinka, Adult Education and Community Development, University of Ibadan.
THE ROLE OF THE CHURCH IN HEALTH PROMOTION DURING THE COVID -19 PANDEMIC: A CASE STUDY OF RCCG REGION 20, LAGOS, NIGERIA.
Comfort JInadu, The Redeemed Christian Church of God (jinaducomfort@gmail.com)
Paper Session E- Global Christianity
Room: Baltimore B
Convener: Carsten Vala, Loyola University (cvala@loyola.edu)
“Modernizing” small town Christianity: exploring majority Protestant Christianity in China today
Carsten Vala, Loyola University Maryland (cvala@loyola.edu)
Co-Author 1: Jianbo Huang, East China Normal University
Co-Author 2: Yunze Xiao, Zhejiang University of Technology
Belonging Among Church Members with Disabilities: The Seventh-day Adventist Global Church Case Study
Shannon Trecartin, Andrews University (trecarts@andrews.edu)
Co-Author 1: Shannon Trecartin, Andrews University
Co-Author 2: Petr Cincala, Andrews University
Step into God’s Global Timeline: Missionary Timescapes and the Making of "World Christians"
Daniel Winchester, Purdue University (dwinches@purdue.edu)
Korean Christian Missionaries in High-risk Countries: Interaction with International Religious Networks and Domestic Response
Jihye Jung, Arizona State University (jjung60@asu.edu)
Paper Session E- Religion Counts: Challenges of measuring religious change faced by Pew Research Center and the Center for the Study of Global Christianity
Room: Federal Hill
Organizer: Conrad Hackett, Pew Research Center (conradhackett@gmail.com)
Challenges facing Pew Research Center as we measure religious change between 2010 and 2020
Conrad Hackett, Pew Research Center (conradhackett@gmail.com)
Challenges of measuring change in the World Christian Encyclopedia/Database and World Religion Database
Gina Zurlo, Center for the Study of Global Christianity (gzurlo@bu.edu)
Response to presentations by Conrad and Gina
David Voas, University College London (d.voas@ucl.ac.uk)
Paper Session E- Exploring Trends in Religious Affiliation
Room: Maryland A
Organizer: David Eagle, Duke University (david.eagle@duke.edu)
Age, Period, or Cohort? Re-Examining Trends in Religious Affiliation in the United States
Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme, University of Waterloo (sarah.wilkins-laflamme@uwaterloo.ca)
Co-Author 1: David Eagle, Duke University
Co-Author 2: Josh Gaghan, Duke University
Reconsidering the Classification of Nondenominational Christians
Josh Gaghan, Duke University (joshua.gaghan@duke.edu)
Co-Author: David Eagle, Duke University
A Counterexample to Secularization Theory? State Weakness as an Explanation for the Georgian Religious Revival
Jörg Stolz, ISSR, University of Lausanne (joerg.stolz@unil.ch)
Co-Author 1: Alexi Gugushvili, Department of Sociology and Human Geography, University of Oslo
Co-Author 2: Francesco Molteni, Department of Social and Political Sciences , University of Milano
Paper Session E- Health, Spirituality, and Coping with Stress
Room: Maryland B
Convener: Brandon Vaidyanathan, Catholic University (brandonv@cua.edu)
Religion, Spirituality, and Mental Health Among Scientists During the Pandemic: A Four-Country Study
Brandon Vaidyanathan, The Catholic University of America (brandonv@cua.edu)
Co-Author 1: Caitlin Fitzgerald, The Catholic University of America
Co-Author 2: Stephen Cranney, The Catholic University of America
Making the ordinary extraordinary: Religious and Spiritual Practice in the everyday lives of women with metastatic breast cancer
Rachel Kraus, Ball State University (rmkraus@bsu.edu)
The role of spiritual intelligence in times of existential crisis
Katarzyna Skrzypińska, University of Gdańsk (katarzyna.skrzypinska@ug.edu.pl)
Financial Strain and Physical Health: Exploring the Moderating Role of Religion
Metin Guven, Florida State University (mguven@fsu.edu)
Paper Session E- Inclusion and Exclusion: LGBTQ Issues and the Church
Room: Watertable B
Convener: Luther Young, The Ohio State University (young.2734@osu.edu)
Queer Blindness in Welcoming & Affirming Congregations: An Investigation of Heterosexism in Inclusive Organizations
Tim Lauve-Moon, Baylor University (tim_moon@baylor.edu)
Co-Author: Katie Lauve-Moon, Texas Christian University
Information Ecologies that Promote Radical Belonging for Christians with Diverse Gender, Sexual, and Relationship Identities and Practices
Wes King, University of Washington (mxwe@uw.edu)
Co-Author 1: Carrie E. Neal, The New School
Co-Author 2: Luther Young, The Ohio State University
“Who Said So?”: Perceived Rationales for Non-Affirming Black Churches
Luther Young, The Ohio State University (young.2734@osu.edu)
Faithfully Queer: Pathways to Religious Leadership among LGBTQ People of Faith
Jonathan Coley, Department of Sociology, Oklahoma State University (jonathan.s.coley@okstate.edu)
Co-Author: Joseph Anthony, Department of Political Science, SUNY Cortland
Paper Session E- RRA: Believers' Sense of Their Religious Home
Room: Guilford
Is Together Better? Investigating the Relationship between Network Dynamics and Congregations’ Vitality and Sustainability
Jennifer McClure, Samford University (jmcclure@samford.edu)
A Research on the Impact of the 500 Years of Christianity in the Philippines
Emmanuel Sogah, Center for Ministry and Leadership Development (esogah@center4ministry.us)
It’s Where I Feel at Home’: An Investigation of Young Adult Catholic Members of an Australian Traditional Latin Mass Community
richard rymarz, BBI-TAITE (rrymarz@bbi.catholic.edu.au)
Virtual Pilgrimage to Lough Derg: A Response to Covid
Stephen Glazier, Yale University (stephen.glazier@yale.edu)
Saturday, November 12, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Saturday, November 12, 10:40 AM - 12:10 PM
Paper Session F- Talking about Race: Faith and Justice in the US
Room: Baltimore A
Convener: Esther Chan, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (chane@uwm.edu)
White Mainline Protestant Preachers Addressing Racial Issues: 2017 v. 2021
Leah Schader, Lexington Theological Seminary (lschade@lextheo.edu)
Co-Author 1: Amanda Wilson Harper, Tarleton State University
Co-Author 2: Wayne Thompson, Carthage College
Racial Differences and the Campus Racial Climate: Reasons for Avoiding Discussions of Race on Christian Colleges
Esther Chan, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (chane@uwm.edu)
Co-Author 1: Victoria Isaac, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Co-Author 2: Elijah Jeong, Baylor University
Religious Approaches to DEI
Amy Reynolds, Wheaton College (amy.reynolds@wheaton.edu)
Black or Blue: Examining Racial Differences in the Evaluation of Black Lives Matter and Blue Lives Matter among Conservative Christians
Robert Thomson, University of Alabama in Huntsville (robert.thomson@uah.edu)
Co-Author 1: Rachel Schneider, Rice University
Co-Author 2: Cleve Tinsley, Virginia Union University
Paper Session F- Spirituality in Asia
Room: Baltimore B
Convener: Becky Hsu, Georgetown University (becky.hsu@georgetown.edu)
Encompassing marvel of form and spirit: Social network analysis of mystical experiences among Chinese Daoist monks and nuns
Zhuo Job Chen, University of North Carolina, Charlotte (job.chen@uncc.edu)
Gratitude, Religious Beliefs, and Spiritual Practices: The Case of Indigenous Asian Religion
Chang-ho Ji, La Sierra University (cji@lasierra.edu)
Co-Author: Vy Cao, La Sierra University
Ritual and Bereavement: Dual Process Model and Grave Sweeping in China
Becky Hsu, Georgetown University (becky.hsu@georgetown.edu)
Co-Author: Roman Palitsky, Emory University
Religiosity in India
Samuel Stroope, Louisiana State University (sstroope@lsu.edu)
Co-Author 1: Nathaniel Porter, Virginia Tech
Co-Author 2: Ajay Verghese, Middlebury College
Paper Session F- Changes and Continuities in Islam
Room: Watertable C
Convener: Sabri Ciftci, Kansas State University (ciftci@ksu.edu)
Clerical Authority, Technicity and the Everyday Life
Babak Rahimi, UC San Diego (brahimi@ucsd.edu)
Religious Outlooks, Islamic Organizations, and Distributive Preferences
Sabri Ciftci, Kansas State University (ciftci@ksu.edu)
Co-Author 1: Ammar Shamaileh, Doha Institute for Graduate Studies
Co-Author 2: Michael Wuthrich, University of Kansas
THE MIDDLE EAST IN THE AGE OF DIVINE DECADENCE: FROM THE 1979 IRANIAN REVOLUTION TO THE 2017 DESTRUCTION OF ISIS
MANSOOR MOADDEL, University of Maryland (mmoaddel@gmail.com)
Co-Author: MANSOOR MOADDEL, University of Maryland
Islam in a Natural Light: its evolution and stability over time.
Andrew Atkinson, University of Bialystok, University of Agder (logistikon@protonmail.com)
Co-Author: Kenan Sevinc, Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University
Paper Session F- Exploring the Pandemic Impact on Congregations: Worship Modalities, Mental Health, and Race Across Three US Cities
Room: St. George
Organizer/Convener: Allison Norton, Hartford Institute for Religion Research @ Hartford International University (anorton@hartfordinternational.edu)
Solidarity at Six Feet Away? Congregant Experiences in Different Worship Modalities and Gatherings in Hartford, Connecticut
Allison Norton, Hartford Institute for Religion Research (anorton@hartfordinternational.edu)
Co-Author 1: Patricia Tevington, Pew Research Center
Co-Author 2: Hannah Evans, Hartford Institute for Religion Research
The mental health toll of the pandemic on congregations in Washington DC
Brandon Vaidyanathan, The Catholic University of America (brandonv@cua.edu)
Co-Author 1: Kathryn Middleton, The Catholic University of America
Co-Author 2: Mackenzie Cox, The Catholic University of America
Adaption and transition: The Church of God (Cleveland, Tennessee) and the COVID-19 Pandemic
Arlie Tagayuna, Lee University (atagayuna@leeuniversity.edu)
Co-Author: Ruthie Wienk, Lee University
Paper Session F- RRA: Religious Institutions as Roundhouses for People and Ideas
Room: Federal Hill
Barriers and Bridges between Congregations with Different Racial Compositions
Jennifer McClure, Samford University (jmcclure@samford.edu)
The "Scared Nave" for Politically Liberal Evangelical Protestants
Jesse DeDeyne, Baylor University (jesse_dedeyne2@baylor.edu)
Internally Constrained: The Importance of Theology for the Political Mission of the Catholic Church
Dawid Tatarczyk, Albion College (dtatarczyk@albion.edu)
Generational and Cross-National Differences Among Newer Entrants to Catholic Religious Orders
Patricia Wittberg, Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate Georgetown University (pwittber@iupui.edu)
Paper Session F- The Influence of COVID-19 on Home-centered Practices and Relational Well-being
Room: Maryland F
Organizer: Heather Kelley, Utah State University (heather.kelley@usu.edu)
Changes in Home-centered Religious Practices and Relational Well-being during the COVID-19 Pandemic
David Dollahite, Brigham Young University (david_dollahite@byu.edu)
Co-Author 1: Spencer James, Brigham Young University
Co-Author 2: Loren Marks, Brigham Young University
Changes in Spiritual Practices and Relational Well-Being During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Heather Kelley, Utah State University (heather.kelley@usu.edu)
Co-Author 1: David Dollahite, Brigham Young University
Co-Author 2: Spencer James, Brigham Young University
Family Dinner During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Does the Family that Eats Together Stay Together?
Loren Marks, Brigham Young University (loren_marks@byu.edu)
Co-Author 1: David Dollahite, Brigham Young University
Co-Author 2: Spencer James, Brigham Young University
Paper Session F- Spiritual and Mental Health
Room: Maryland B
Convener: Laura Upenieks, Baylor University (laura.upenieks@gmail.com)
Matters of the Heart: Childhood Abuse, Religious Transitions, and Cardiovascular Risk over the Life Course
Laura Upenieks, Baylor University (laura.upenieks@gmail.com)
Co-Author: Patricia Thomas, Purdue University
Effect of being religious on wellbeing in a predominantly atheist country: Explorative study on wellbeing, fitness, physical and mental health
Robin Kopecky, Institue of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences (robin.kopecky@icloud.com)
Co-Author 1: Lenka Příplatová, Institue of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences
Co-Author 2: Silvia Boschetti, Institue of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences
Causal attributions and mental illness treatment recommendations in religious populations
Christopher Jacobi, University of Oxford (jacobi@cua.edu)
Co-Author: Bailey Haraburda, The Catholic University of America
Development of the Spiritual Harm & Abuse Scale
Daniel Koch, Northwest University (daniel.koch19@northwestu.edu)
Co-Author 1: Daniel Koch, Northwest University
Co-Author 2: Leihua Edstrom, Northwest University
Paper Session F- Religion & Politics in Europe
Room: Homeland
Convener: Marko Vekovic, University of Belgrade (marko.vekovic@fpn.bg.ac.rs)
Belonging without Attending? National identity and Contemporary Religious Pattern in Serbia
Marko Vekovic, University of Belgrade (marko.vekovic@fpn.bg.ac.rs)
The revival of the sacred? Religion and values among young people - in Poland, Italy and Ukraine - under conditions of threat
Ewa Stachowska, The University of Warsaw (ewa.stachowska@uw.edu.pl)
Governance of religious diversity in Germany
Anna Körs, University of Hamburg (anna.koers@uni-hamburg.de)
Can We Identify a Distinctive British Christian Democracy?
Siobhan McAndrew, Sheffield Methods Institute, University of Sheffield (s.mcandrew@sheffield.ac.uk)
Paper Session F- What Accounts for Religious Change in the United States? Unanswered Questions and a Promising Directions
Room: Maryland A
Organizer/Convener: David Eagle, Duke University (david.eagle@duke.edu)
Are Younger Americans Less Religious? Unearthing Old Ground with Novel Methods
Simon Brauer, University of Michigan (sgbrauer@umich.edu)
The importance of cross-national comparative data in documenting religious change in the United States.
David Voas, University College London (d.voas@ucl.ac.uk)
Paper Session F- Author Meets Critics - Religion in Rebellions, Revolutions, and Social Movements
Room: Maryland E
Organizer/Convener: Warren Goldstein, Center for Critical Research on Religion (goldstein@criticaltheoryofreligion.org)
Author: Warren Goldstein, Center for Critical Research on Religion (goldstein@criticaltheoryofreligion.org)
Co-Author 1: Rhys Williams, Loyola University Chicago
Co-Author 2: Anna Peterson, University of Florida
Co-Author 3: Barak Rahimi, University of California, San Diego
Co-Author 4: Jean-Pierre Reed, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Participants
Richard Wood, University of New Mexico (rlwood@unm.edu)
Ryan Cragun, University of Tampa (ryantcragun@gmail.com)
Tricia Bruce, Notre Dame University (tbruce@nd.edu)
Paper Session F- RRA: What's the Trend? From Judaism to Episcopalianism, from the U.S. to Australia
Room: Guilford
Jewish Denominations—What we know and what we need to know
bruce phillips, Hebrew Union College (bphillips@huc.edu)
New Insights on Episcopal Clergy: Race, Gender Identity, Sexual Orientation and Compensation
Matthew Price, Church Pension Group - Episcopal Church (mprice@cpg.org)
Congregational Vitality in a Pandemic
Angie Andriot, Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) (angie.andriot@pcusa.org)
Local church leaders and attenders evaluate the impact of COVID on wellbeing, faith and local church life.
Ruth Powell, NCLS Research/Charles Sturt University (rpowell@ncls.org.au)
Paper Session F- What Does Spirituality Mean to Us? - The Funding, Findings, and Future of Spirituality Research
Room: Mount Washington
Organizer/Convener: Gillian Gonda, Fetzer Institute (ggonda@fetzer.org)
Panelist
Mohammed Mohammed, Fetzer Institute (mmohammed@fetzer.org)
Panelist
Brian Steensland, Indiana University School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI (bsttens@iupui.edu)
Panelist
Adam Russell Taylor, Sojourners (ataylor@sojo.net)
Paper Session F- Thinking about God, Tolerance, and Morality
Room: Pride of Baltimore
Convener: Youssef Chouhoud, Christopher Newport University (youssef.chouhoud@cnu.edu)
What Do People Think about God? Investigating a Mental Representation of God as Effective Priming Stimuli
Michael B. Kitchens, Lebanon Valley College (kitchens@lvc.edu)
Co-Author 1: Isabella M. Lang, Lebanon Valley College
Co-Author 2: Sydney E. Petrasic, Lebanon Valley College
Religious judgment predicts religious tolerance: a re-imagining of the dimensions of religious judgment
Katheryn Kelley, University of Notre Dame (kkelley5@nd.edu)
Co-Author 1: William Ostergard, University of Notre Dame
Co-Author 2: Katherine Machado, University of Notre Dame
On the Relationships Between Prejudice and Value Orientations of Turkish University Students
Mustafa ULU, Erciyes University (mustafaulu@erciyes.edu.tr)
Co-Author: Michael Nielsen, Georgia Southern University
To Hell with Tolerance: Salvific Exclusivity and Political Attitudes
Youssef Chouhoud, Christopher Newport University (youssef.chouhoud@cnu.edu)
Paper Session F- Religious and Civic Engagement
Room: James
Convener: Joshua Orndorff, James Madison University (orndorjr@dukes.jmu.edu)
Interfaith Engagement for Civil Religion
Song Chong Lee, Seoul National University (songchonglee@snu.ac.kr)
Religion as a Factor in Social Origins Theory
Joshua Orndorff, James Madison University (orndorjr@dukes.jmu.edu)
Machiavellism and Religious Involvement: An Empirical Study on Demographics
Ibrahim Furkan Guven, Ordu University (ibrahimfurkanguven@hotmail.com)
Paper Session F- Women in the Profession: Strategies for Living in a Post-Pandemic World
Room: Watertable A
Organizer: Andrea Henderson, University of South Carolina (ahenderson@sc.edu)
Convener: Lisa Pearce, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (ldpearce@unc.edu)
NA
Amy Erica Smith, Iowa State University (aesmith2@iastate.edu)
N/A
Penny Edgell, University of Minnesota (edgell@umn.edu)
N/A
Jacqui Frost, Purdue Univeristy (jacquifrost@gmail.com)
Saturday, November 12, 12:15 PM - 1:10 PM
Saturday, November 12, 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM
SSSR Presidential Panel- Presidential Panel: Discussion of the Obligation of Religion Scholars to the Communities They Study
Room: Maryland C
Organizer: R. Khari Brown, Wayne State University (kharib@wayne.edu)
Convener: Jason Shelton, University of Texas at Arlington (jeshelton@uta.edu)
N/A
Sharon Nepstad, University of New Mexico (nepstad@unm.edu)
N/A
Besheer Mohamed, Pew Research Center (bmohamed@pewresearch.org)
N/A
Rev. Charles Williams, Historic King Solomon Baptist Church, National Action Network, University of Michigan (cewii@umich.edu)
N/A
Richard Wood, University of New Mexico (rlwood@unm.edu)
Saturday, November 12, 2:20 PM - 3:50 PM
Paper Session G- Whiteness and Religion in the US
Room: Baltimore A
Convener: Gerardo Marti, Davidson College (gemarti@davidson.edu)
Antiracism, Congregational Ministry, and Progressive Christianity: An Analysis of the Challenge of Addressing Whiteness in American Christianity
Gerardo Marti, Davidson College (gemarti@davidson.edu)
Co-Author 1: Mark T. Mulder, Calvin University
Co-Author 2: Kevin D. Dougherty, Baylor University
Christian Nationalism as A Racial Reaction Within the White Evangelical Church
Marina Rivera Ramos, University of Central Florida (riveramarina9928@knights.ucf.edu)
Making Sense of Diversity: How Congregants of Color’s Use of Diversity Ideology Reproduces White Hegemony in the Multiracial Church
Joshua Underwood, The Ohio State University (underwood.274@osu.edu)
Co-Author 1: Joshua Underwood, The Ohio State University
Co-Author 2: Korie Little Edwards, The Ohio State University
The White Moral Standard: How Race, Religion, and Morality Shape The Value Hierarchy in Deep White Religious Spaces
Tryce Prince, University of Illinois at Chicago (tprinc2@uic.edu)
Paper Session G- Religious Experiences in the Middle East
Room: Watertable C
Convener: Syed Eisar Haider, University of Notre Dame (shaider1@nd.edu)
The Making of Christian Persecution: Quantifying and Amplifying Religious Persecution in International Religious Freedom Advocacy
Miray Philips, University Of Minnesota (phili191@umn.edu)
Co-Author: Miray Philips, University Of Minnesota
“The Garden of Faith is Under Threat”: International Religious Freedom Advocacy on Middle East Christians
Miray Philips, University Of Minnesota (phili191@umn.edu)
Co-Author: Miray Philips, University Of Minnesota
Local Expressions, Global Arenas: Ritual and Culture in Shia Muslim pilgrimages to Iraq
Syed Eisar Haider, University of Notre Dame (shaider1@nd.edu)
Paper Session G- Experiences of Faith in the US
Room: Fells Point
Convener: Cory Colyer, West Virginia University (corey.colyer@mail.wvu.edu)
New Movements in the Old Order: A Case Study of an Amish Separatist Movement
Corey Colyer, West Virginia University (corey.colyer@mail.wvu.edu)
Co-Author 1: Rachel Stein, West Virginia University
Co-Author 2: Katie Corcoran, West Virginia University
Faith in a Nationally-Representative Sample of Farmworkers with Young Children
Sandra Barrueco, The Catholic University of America (barrueco@cua.edu)
Co-Author: Michael Lopez, NORC at the University of Chicago
Understanding Parent-Child Relationship in Chinese Immigrant Families in the U.S.
Joyce Chang, Baylor University (joyce_chang1@baylor.edu)
Co-Author 1: Joyce Chang, Baylor University
Co-Author 2: Xi Zhu, Baylor University
U.S. Adult Interactions with Chaplains
Jessica Hamar Martinez, University of Arizona (jhamar@arizona.edu)
Co-Author 1: Wendy Cadge, Brandeis University
Co-Author 2: Amy Lawton, Brandeis University
Paper Session G- Author Meets Critics - The Pornography Wars: The Past, Present, and Future of America's Obscene Obsession
Room: Maryland E
Organizer/Convener: Amy McDowell, University of Mississippi (mcdowell@olemiss.edu)
Author: Kelsy Burke, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (kburke@unl.edu)
Participants
Samuel Perry, University of Oklahoma (samperry@ou.edu)
Kathryn Lofton, Yale University (kathryn.lofton@yale.edu)
Whitney Strub, Rutgers University (wstrub@rutgers.edu)
Bernadette Barton, Morehead State University (b.barton@moreheadstate.edu)
Paper Session G- Results from the 2022 National Survey of Catholic Priests (and Bishops)
Room: Maryland C
Organizer: Tricia Bruce, University of Notre Dame (tbruce@nd.edu)
Convener: Brandon Vaidyanathan, Catholic University of America (brandonv@cua.edu)
Crisis, Zero-tolerance, and Mutual Trust: Comparing Responses from Catholic Bishops and Priests
Christopher Jacobi, Catholic University of America (jacobi@cua.edu)
From Burnout to Flourishing: Well-Being Among Priests Amidst Crisis in the Church crisis.
Brandon Vaidyanathan, Catholic University of America (brandonv@cua.edu)
Co-Author: Cella Masso-Rivetti, New York University
“These Kids Have Never Experienced That”: Narrating the Crisis through Different Generations of Priests
Tricia Bruce, University of Notre Dame (tbruce@nd.edu)
Paper Session G- Open discussion with journal editors about standards in social science research
Room: Watertable A
Organizer: Conrad Hackett, Pew Research Center (chackett@pewresearch.org)
Convener: Andrew Whitehead, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (aw122@iu.edu)
Editor-in-Chief for the Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion
Korie Edwards, The Ohio State University (edwards.623@osu.edu)
Editor-in-Chief, Review of Religious Research
Kevin J. Flannelly, Center for Psychosocial Research (kjflannelly@gmail.com)
Editor-in-Chief, Sociology of Religion
Joseph O. Baker, East Tennessee State University (bakerjo@mail.etsu.edu)
Paper Session G- RRA: Living Religious Life: It's Complicated
Room: Federal Hill
"Which rite, is right?": Sociological Dimensions of Catholic Ritual Contesting
William Dinges, The Catholic University of America (dinges@cua.edu)
Local Church Leader Wellbeing and Resilience in Australia During the Pandemic
Sam Sterland, NCLS Research, Australia (ssterland@ncls.org.au)
Levels and Correlates of Religiousness and Changes in Religiousness Among College Students
Craig Rivera, Niagara University (cjr@niagara.edu)
Cross-National Comparisons of Institutes of Women Religious and Their Newer Members: Quantitative Data from Four Countries
Mary Gautier, CARA at Georgetown University (gautierm@georgetown.edu)
Paper Session G- Post-denominationalism in a Denominational World: Reorganizing American Religion
Room: Maryland B
Organizer/Convener: John Melton, Baylor University (jgordon_melton@baylor.edu)
Defining the “Denomination” in a Post-denominational World
John Melton, Baylor University (jgordon_melton@baylor.edu)
Nondenominational, Multidenominational, and Network Affiliations: the muddy reality of contemporary denominational identity
Scott Thumma, Hartford Institute for Religion Research (sthumma@hartfordinternational.edu)
The Denomination: A Chameleon
Russell Richey, Candler School of Theology (rrichey@div.duke.edu)
The Denominational Ideal in Non-Christian Religions
Holly Folk, Western Washington University (folkh@wwu.edu)
Paper Session G- Dechristianization and the Sociology of American Religion
Room: Maryland A
Organizer/Convener: Dusty Hoesly, University of California, Santa Barbara (hoesly@ucsb.edu)
Dechristianization, Decolonization, and Deconstruction: Challenges and Opportunities
Joseph Blankholm, University of California, Santa Barbara (blankholm@ucsb.edu)
Dechristianizing the Sociology of American (Ir)religion: Evidence from the Secular Communities Survey
Dusty Hoesly, University of California, Santa Barbara (hoesly@ucsb.edu)
Atheist Utopias: Cultivating Visions of the “Good Society” in Secular Congregations
Jacqui Frost, Purdue University (jlf8@rice.edu)
Queer, Spiritual, But Not Religious: Spiritual Practice & Religious Switching Among LGB Respondents
Evan Stewart, University of Massachusetts Boston (evan.stewart@umb.edu)
Paper Session G- Religious Institutions and Local State Security: Cooperation and Contestation
Room: Homeland
Organizer: David Buckley, University of Louisville (david.buckley@louisville.edu)
Policing the Wall: How Religious Leaders and Local Law Enforcement Officials Interact in Eight American Communities
Damon Mayrl, Colby College (dwmayrl@colby.edu)
Co-Author 1: Jonathan Coley, Oklahoma State University
Co-Author 2: Rebecca Sager, Loyola Marymount University
Parish-Based Responses to the Philippine Drug War
David Buckley, University of Louisville (david.buckley@louisville.edu)
Co-Author: Steven Brooke, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Evangelicals, Police & Gangs in El Salvador
Steven Offutt, Asbury Seminary (stephen.offutt@asburyseminary.edu)
The Germ of Violence: Grant’s Quaker Peace Policy and Legalized Securitization of Indian Country
Bonny Cherry, University of California - Berkeley (bonniecherry@berkeley.edu)
Paper Session G- Sex, Gender, and the Family
Room: Watertable B
Convener: Carrie Miles, Baylor University, Empower International (carriem@fastmail.com)
Abstract: A Thematic Analysis of Gender Attitudes in a Conservative Religion
Camilla Pracz, Georgia Southern University (cp17859@georgiasouthern.edu)
Co-Author: Michael Nielsen, Georgia Southern University
The Plight of Men, Culturally-Prescribed Narcissism, and Religious Extremism
Carrie Miles, Baylor University, Empower International (carriem@fastmail.com)
“I Refuse Immoral Work”: The Influence of Religion on Sexual Practices of Brothel-based Sex Workers in India
Popy Begum, Rutgers University-Newark (popy.begum@rutgers.edu)
Paper Session G- Secularization and Belonging
Room: Baltimore B
Convener: David Voas, University College London (d.voas@ucl.ac.uk)
Moving away from religion: age or cohort effect? Evidence from a longitudinal survey in Switzerland.
Christophe Monnot, University of Strasbourg & University of Lausanne (cmonnot@unistra.fr)
Co-Author: Boris Wernli, FORS, UNiversity of Lausanne
Longing to Belong? Nonreligious Belonging and Politics in the United States
Hilary Zedlitz, University of Michigan (zedlitz@umich.edu)
Co-Author: Hilary Zedlitz, University of Michigan
Culture Wars and Secularization in the USA and the World
Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi, University of Haifa (zmirahe@yahoo.com)
The God we don’t believe in: A proximate cause of secularization
David Voas, University College London (d.voas@ucl.ac.uk)
Saturday, November 12, 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Paper Session H- Religion Among and Support for Refugees
Room: Watertable C
Convener: Jaeeun Kim, University of Michigan (jaeeunk@umich.edu)
Precarity, permits and prayers: ‘Working practices’ of Congolese asylum-seeking women in Cape Town
Henrietta Nyamnjoh, University of Cape Town (hmambo@gmail.com)
Making Converts out of Asylum-Seekers: Korean Evangelicalism and Asylum Claims-Making on Religious Grounds
Jaeeun Kim, University of Michigan (jaeeunk@umich.edu)
Faith Actors’ strategies on behalf of LGBTIQ+ Central American Refugees in the US: The case of the New Sanctuary Movement
Ernesto Fiocchetto, Florida International University (efioc001@fiu.edu)
A Narrative Study of Chaldean Refugees and the Myth of Return
Joseph Byle, Oakland University (jbyle@oakland.edu)
Paper Session H- Teaching the Sociology of Religion
Room: Mount Washington
Organizer/Convener: Buster Smith, Catawba College (bgsmith@catawba.edu)
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Nicolette Manglos-Weber, Boston University (nmw1@bu.edu)
N/A See Above
Andrea Henderson, University of South Carolina (akhender@mailbox.sc.edu)
N/A See Above
Patricia Tevington, Hartford Seminary (ptevington@gmail.com)
Paper Session H- Youth Religious Socialization
Room: Baltimore B
Convener: Aida Isela Ramos, John Brown University (aida.ramos@gmail.com)
Organized Religion and the Religiously Unorganized: Correlations between Student Religiosity and Chapel Experience at a Christian University
Daniel Allen, Baylor University (daniel_allen1@baylor.edu)
The Impact of Classroom Worship and Religious Programs in Developing a Relationship With God Among Students Attending Church Schools.
Josue Anguiano-Vega, La Sierra University (janguian@lasierra.edu)
Rooted and Grounded in Faith: Latino Youth, Parents and Faith Leader Responses to Perceived Conflicts in Science Education
Esmeralda Sánchez Salazar, Rice University (esmeralda.salazar@rice.edu)
Co-Author: Esmeralda Sánchez Salazar, Rice University
Who Stays and Who Leaves?: First-Generation Student Retention in Religious Higher Education
Aida Isela Ramos, John Brown University (aida.ramos@gmail.com)
Co-Author: Joshua Tom, Seattle Pacific University
Paper Session H- Religion and Democracy: Backsliding and Resilience
Room: Gibson
Organizer: David Buckley, University of Louisville (david.buckley@louisville.edu)
Convener: Ruth Braunstein, University of Connecticut (ruth.braunstein@uconn.edu)
Regulating Public Morality: State and Censorship in Authoritarian Regimes
Sultan Tepe, University of Illinois Chicago (sultant@uic.edu)
Local Religious Leaders and Responding to Democratic Backsliding: Survey Evidence from the Philippine Drug War
David Buckley, University of Louisville (david.buckley@louisville.edu)
Co-Author: Steven Brooke, University of Wisconsin-Madison
From Pastoral to Political Engagement: (Re-)Evaluating the Role of African Catholic Churches in Democracy Promotion, 1990-present
Elizabeth Sperber, University of Denver (elizabeth.sperber@du.edu)
Curbing Christian Nationalism? A Series of Experiments
Amy Erica Smith, Iowa State University (aesmith2@iastate.edu)
Co-Author 1: Paul Djupe, Denison University
Co-Author 2: Alex Tuckness, Iowa State University
Paper Session H- Mormonism, Science, and Authority
Room: St. George
Organizer: Jana Riess, Religion News Service (riess.jana@gmail.com)
Convener: Ryan Cragun, University of Tampa (ryantcragun@gmail.com)
God Is the Ultimate Scientist: LDS Conceptualizations of Science
Ryan Cragun, University of Tampa (ryantcragun@gmail.com)
Co-Author: Bethany Gull, University of Utah
The Brain, Spirituality, and Mormon Claims to Authority
Carrie Miles, Baylor University, Empower International Ministries (carriem@fastmail.com)
US Mormons and Covid
Jana Riess, Religion News Service (riess.jana@gmail.com)
Co-Author: Benjamin Knoll, Senior Survey Strategist, APQC
Paper Session H- CARA Recent Research on Catholic Church
Room: Maryland C
Organizer: Thomas Gaunt, CARA @ Georgetown University (tpg9@georgetown.edu)
Convener: Jonathon Wiggins, CARA @ Georgetown University (jlw8@georgetown.edu)
Do Catholics Know What Their Church Teaches? A Challenge for Interpreting National Polls
Thomas Gaunt, CARA @ Georgetown University (tpg9@georgetown.edu)
Co-Author: Benedict Reilly, CARA @ Georgetown University
Covid-19 Pandemic Impacts in Jesuit Schools Across the United States
Maria Andronicou, CARA @ Georgetown University (ma2111@georgetown.edu)
Critical Issues to Elderly Care among Catholic Sisters Across the Globe
Thu Do, CARA @ Georgetown University (ttd9@georgetown.edu)
Impacts of Vietnamese Eucharistic Youth Movement on the Faith Life of U.S. Catholic Youth
Thu Do, CARA @ Georgetown University (ttd9@georgetown.edu)
Co-Author: Jon Wiggins, CARA @ Georgetown University
Paper Session H- Religion, Race, and Human Flourishing
Room: Baltimore A
Convener: Richard Pitt, UC San Diego (rpitt@ucsd.edu)
Religion Deserts: Congregational Resource Scarcity Experienced By Black Students At Predominately Undergraduate Institutions (PUI)
Richard Pitt, University of California San Diego (rpitt@ucsd.edu)
Asian Hate, Minority Stress, and Religious Coping: A Study of Asian and Asian American Adults in the United States During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Fanhao Nie, Valdosta State University (fnie@valdosta.edu)
Religion, Race, and Self-rated Mental Health Among Retired NFL Athletes
Evelyn Bush, Fordham University (ebush@fordham.edu)
Co-Author 1: Tim Cupery, California State, Fresno
Co-Author 2: Robert W. Turner, George Washington University
Ethnic identity and religiosity: Contributions to flourishing among Black emerging adults
Meredith Hope, College of Wooster (mhope@wooster.edu)
Co-Author 1: Meredith Hope, College of Wooster
Co-Author 2: Janelle Goodwill, University of Chicago
Paper Session H- Jews, Judaism, and Israel
Room: James
Convener: Justin Nortey, Pew (jnortey@pewresearch.org)
The Radicalization of the Youths on the Hills: From Freire’s Pedagogy of the Oppressed to Rabbi Ginzburgh’s Messianic Soteriology
Hannes Sonnenschein, Umeå University, Sweden (hannes.sonnenschein@umu.se)
Co-Author: Tomas Lindgren, Umeå University, Sweden
U.S. Jews and Israel: Connections, caring, and critiques
Justin Nortey, Pew Research Center (jnortey@pewresearch.org)
Co-Author: Becka Alper, Pew Research Center
Intermarriage, American Jewish, and Public Opinion: An Expert on the Impact of Experts and the Press
Alicia Chandler, Wayne State University (chandler@wayne.edu)
Paper Session H- Measuring Congregational Diversity
Room: Pride of Baltimore
Convener: Jeremy Senn, Université de Lausanne (jeremy.senn@unil.ch)
Protestant Megachurch Growth: The Role of Congregant-Focused and Public-Focused Social Services
Michael Belt, Pennsylvania State University (mzb6133@psu.edu)
Finding Faith in Urban Areas: The Chicago Congregations Project
Kraig Beyerlein, University of Notre Dame (kbeyerl1@nd.edu)
Co-Author 1: Ricardo Martínez-Schuldt, University of Notre Dame
Co-Author 2: Matthew Sisk, University of Notre Dame
Digitizing and Transcribing the 1926 Census of Religious Bodies
Lincoln Mullen, Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, George Mason University (lincoln@lincolnmullen.com)
Co-Author 1: John Turner, George Mason University
Co-Author 2: Caroline Greer, George Mason University
Newcomers, stayers, and disappearances. The evolution of religious diversity in the light of two National Congregations Censuses (2008 - 2021)
Jeremy Senn, Université de Lausanne (jeremy.senn@unil.ch)
Co-Author 1: Jeremy Senn, Université de Lausanne
Co-Author 2: Christophe Monnot, Université de Strasbourg
Paper Session H- SSSR/RRA: When and How Religious Culture Impacts Society
Room: Federal Hill
Convener: Paul Djupe, Denison University (djupe@denison.edu)
“I took a huge risk to talk to them that thankfully was the best thing I could have done”: Responding to disclosures of domestic violence in the Christian faith community
Lisa Oakley, University of Chester (l.oakley@chester.ac.uk)
Co-Author: Clea Wright, University of Chester
Pulpits, Protests, and Prayer: Religious Responses to the George Floyd Murder in Minneapolis
Jeffrey Brand, University of Northern Iowa (jeffrey.brand@uni.edu)
DON’T STOP BELIEVIN’: THE POLITICAL EFFECTS OF PROSPERITY GOSPEL PERSPECTIVES
Brian Calfano, University of Cincinnati (brian.calfano@uc.edu)
Co-Author 1: Paul Djupe, Denison University
Co-Author 2: Tony Carey, University of North Texas
Religious Crimping and Quipping: How Tour Guides Represent Faith and Spirituality at Sacred Destinations
John Bartkowski, University of Texas at San Antonio (john.bartkowski@utsa.edu)
Paper Session H- Author Meets Critics - None of the Above: Nonreligious Identity in the U.S. and Canada
Room: Maryland E
Organizer/Convener: Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme, University of Waterloo (sarah.wilkins-laflamme@uwaterloo.ca)
Author: Joel Thiessen, Ambrose University (jathiessen@ambrose.edu)
Co-Author: Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme, University of Waterloo
Participants
Nancy Ammerman, Boston University (nta@bu.edu)
Christel Manning, Sacred Heart University (manningc@sacredheart.edu)
David Voas, University College London (d.voas@ucl.ac.uk)
Saturday, November 12, 5:45 PM - 7:00 PM
SSSR Awards and Presidential Address- SSSR Presidential Address: What's the Role of Social Science of Religion Scholars?
Room: Maryland C
Organizer: R. Khari Brown, Wayne State University (kharib@wayne.edu)
Convener: N/A N/A, N/A (n/a)
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Saturday, November 12, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Sunday, November 13, 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Sunday, November 13, 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Paper Session I- Religiosity and the Lives of Youth
Room: Baltimore B
Convener: Patricia Herzog, IUPUI (psherzog@iupui.edu)
The Development of Religiosity & Generosity: Studying Youth & Emerging Adults Across Cultures
Patricia Snell Herzog, Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy (psherzog@iupui.edu)
Co-Author 1: Phuong Anh Nguyen, Sustainable Vietnam
Co-Author 2: Jin Ai, Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
“Revolutionary Love Has Freed Me More Times Than One”: Liberation Praxis Imagined by Sikh Youth
Harleen Kaur, UCLA Sociology (harleenkaur@ucla.edu)
It’s all Relative: Adolescent Religiosity, Moral Beliefs, and Marijuana Use
Scott Desmond, Indiana University Purdue University Columbus (sadesmon@iupuc.edu)
Religious Reformers: How Varied Beliefs in Eugenics Influenced Views of Juvenile Delinquency in the Post-Progressive Era
Rachel Ellis, University of Maryland (ellisr@umd.edu)
Co-Author: Melissa Wilde, University of Pennsylvania
Paper Session I- Exploring the Pandemic Impact on Congregations: Race, Resources, and Restructuring in Three US Cities
Room: St. George
Organizer/Convener: Allison Norton, Hartford Institute for Religion Research @ Hartford International University (anorton@hartfordinternational.edu)
: Religious Congregations’ Adaptation to Change in Indianapolis, IN
Arthur E. Farnsley, The Center for the Study of Religion & American Culture, IUPUI (afarnsle@iupui.edu)
Race, Resources, and Restructuring in Denver Area Congregations
Kristina Lizardy-Hajbi, ILIFF School of Theology (klizardy@iliff.edu)
WITHDRAWAL, INTROSPECTION, AND MOBILIZATION: HOW TWIN CITIES CHURCHES RESPOND TO CRISIS
Penny Edgell, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities (edgell@umn.edu)
Co-Author 1: Laura Gilbertson, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Co-Author 2: Daniel Cueto-Villalobos, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Paper Session I- Religious Populism & Christian Nationalism in the US
Room: Homeland
Convener: Levi Allen, University of Notre Dame (lallen5@nd.edu)
Abortion or Race?: Experimental Evidence Towards Evangelicals' Preferences
Levi Allen, University of Notre Dame (lallen5@nd.edu)
Co-Author: Shayla Olson, University of Michigan
"It's Time for Some Splitting": Seeking the Conceptual Boundaries of Christian Nationalism
Jesse Smith, Penn State University (jus769@psu.edu)
Mama Warriors: Examining the Cultural Battle Mindset Within White Evangelical Motherhood
Laura Gilbertson, University of Minnesota (mand0049@umn.edu)
Theosophical Influences in the Formation of North American Populism: Evidence from Discussion Forums
Richard Rogers, Youngstown State University (rlrogers02@ysu.edu)
Paper Session I- Race, Religion, and the American South
Room: Baltimore A
Convener: Amy McDowell, University of Mississippi (mcdowell@olemiss.edu)
Theodicy, Social Dislocation, and a Confederate Statue in Small-Town Kentucky
David Swartz, Asbury University (david.swartz@asbury.edu)
America is Divided, But the Church Cannot Be
Amy McDowell, Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Mississippi (mcdowell@olemiss.edu)
Co-Author: Amy McDowell, University of Mississippi
Racially Motivated Bombings of Black Churches and Homes in Birmingham, AL during the Civil Rights Era
Jason Wollschleger, Whitworth University (jwollschleger@whitworth.edu)
Foundations of Mississippi: Slavery, Christianity, and Crisis
Andrew (Drew) Gardner, Mississippi Department of Archives and History (dgardner@mdah.ms.gov)
Paper Session I- Religious change among youth and young adults: a longitudinal perspective
Room: Maryland A
Organizer: Ariela Keysar, Trinity College (akeysar@aol.com)
Convener: Heinz Streib, Bielefeld University, Germany (hstreib@online.de)
The evolution of attitudes toward the authorship of the Torah: from adolescence to adulthood
Ariela Keysar, Trinity College (akeysar@aol.com)
Psychological perspectives on developing identity and religiosity
Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi, University of Haifa, Israel (benny@psy.haifa.ac.il)
Losing Faith in Religion
Ilana Horwitz, Tulane University (ihorwitz@tulane.edu)
Paper Session I- Religion and Spirituality in Latin America 1
Room: Federal Hill
Organizer: Henri Gooren, Oakland University (gooren@oakland.edu)
Convener: Christopher Chiappari, St. Olaf College (chiappar@stolaf.edu)
LONGUE DURÉE AFRICAN DIASPORA & CUBA’S MT. SINAI CONGREGATION
JUALYNNE DODSON, Michigan State University (dodsonj2@msu.edu)
The Holistic Mission Narrative and Covid-19 in Argentina
Geir Aasmundsen, University of Stavanger (hans.g.aasmundsen@uis.no)
Images, idols and other media in Maya spirituality and Christianity in Guatemala
Christopher Chiappari, St. Olaf College (chiappar@stolaf.edu)
Lived Catholicisms and the “Tiempos Mixtos” of Latin America: First Attempt at a Model
Jakob Egeris Thorsen, Aarhus University (teojet@cas.au.dk)
Sunday, November 13, 10:40 AM - 12:10 PM
Paper Session J- The Logic of Religious Organizations
Room: Baltimore B
Convener: Jared Bok, University of Nevada, Reno (jbok@unr.edu)
AN ECONOMIC MODEL WITH OTHER WORLDLY GOODS, PUNISHING GODS, THE DIVINE FACTOR AND RELIGIOUS RULES WITH REGARD TO THE ECONOMY
RESIT ERGENER, Bosphorus Unıversity (resit.ergener@gmail.com)
Controversy and Image Management in 3HO/Sikh Dharma
Simranjit Khalsa, The University of Memphis (skhalsa@memphis.edu)
Jehovah’s Witnesses in Armenia: Maintaining Commitment and Facilitating Growth During the Pandemic
Anatolii Tokmantcev, University of California Los Angeles (atokmantcev@ucla.edu)
The Costs of Exist Costs: A Theoretical Framework in Conversation with Strictness Theory
Jared Bok, University of Nevada, Reno (jbok@unr.edu)
Paper Session J- Religion & COVID in Central Europe
Room: St. George
Organizer/Convener: Konrad Talmont-Kaminski, Society & Cognition Unit, University of Bialystok, Poland (k.talmontkaminski@gmail.com)
Do religious and superstitious beliefs predict conspiracy coronavirus beliefs? Findings from semi-secularized Czech society
Alicja Zawistowska, Society & Cognition Unit, University of Bialystok, Poland (zawistowska.alicja@gmail.com)
Co-Author 1: Radosław Poniat, Faculty of History & International Relations, University of Bialystok, Poland
Co-Author 2: Silvia Boschetti, Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Science, Czech Republic
Religiosity during the pandemic: Relief or burden? Multivariate analysis of the impact of religiosity on individual well-being in Poland
Piotr Laskowski, Society & Cognition Unit, University of Bialystok, Poland (pio.laskowski@gmail.com)
Co-Author: Łukasz Kiszkiel, Society & Cognition Unit, University of Bialystok, Poland
Atheism and the plague: social behavior and well-being of Polish non-believers during the COVID-19 pandemic
Paweł Łowicki, Department of Psychology, University of Warsaw, Poland (pawel.lowicki@psych.uw.edu.pl)
Paper Session J- Ready or Not, Religius Devotees Confront Big Picture Problems
Room: Maryland C
Paper Session J- Religion and Views on Race and Ethnicity in the US
Room: Baltimore A
Convener: Anna Klie, TU Dortmund University, Germany (anna.klie@tu-dortmund.de)
Differentiated Threat: Islamophobia and Xenophobia in the United States
Anthony Albanese, Pennsylvania State University (aka5972@psu.edu)
Co-Author 1: Anthony Albanese, Pennsylvania State University
Co-Author 2: Allison Kurpiel, Pennsylvania State University
Christian Nationalism and Resistance to Humanitarian Appeals: The Case of Refugee Resettlement
Stephanie Shady, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (stephns@live.unc.edu)
Volunteering for Refugees and Migrants in Religious Associations – Testing Basic Assumptions of Religious Social Capital Theory
Anna Wiebke Klie, TU Dortmund University, Germany (anna.klie@tu-dortmund.de)
Co-Author 1: Jonas Bonke, TU Dortmund University, Germany
Co-Author 2: Alexander Unser, TU Dortmund University, Germany
Entanglements of Religion, Politics, and Forced Migration: The ambivalent role of Christianity in the migratory crises in Central America
Ernesto Fiocchetto, Florida International University (efioc001@fiu.edu)
Paper Session J- Religion, Voting, and Ideology
Room: Homeland
Convener: Gerard Rainville, AARP (chuck.rainville@gmail.com)
Religiousness Measures and the Latent Demand for Strongarm Leaders in Brazil
Gerard Rainville, AARP (chuck.rainville@gmail.com)
Co-Author: Cheryl Lampkin, AARP
Political Heretics?: Why Voters Act in Defiance of their Social Identities
Levi Allen, University of Notre Dame (lallen5@nd.edu)
Ideology Revisited: Capitalism, Social Structure, and Evangelical Congregations
Dawson Vosburg, The Ohio State University (vosburg.4@osu.edu)
What Kind of Victims are Trump supporters?
Ruiqian (Richie) Li, Baylor University (richie_li1@baylor.edu)
Paper Session J- Religion and Spirituality in Latin America 2
Room: Federal Hill
Organizer: Henri Gooren, Oakland University (gooren@oakland.edu)
Convener: Christopher Chiappari, St. Olaf College (chiappar@stolaf.edu)
Religion and the Pueblo in the Wake of Crisis
Julianne Bryant, Biola University (julianne.bryant@biola.edu)
Co-Author: Melanie Nyhof, Carthage College
Pentecostalism, Calvinism, and Politics in Latin America
Henri Gooren, Oakland University (gooren@oakland.edu)
Bread Babies: Play among Religion, Culture, and Society in Cusco, Peru during All Saints and All Souls
David Knowlton, Utah Valley University (davidknowlton@yahoo.com)
Index
Aasmundsen, Geir: Paper Session I-
Abdelhadi, Eman: Paper Session B-
Adelakun, Abimbola: Paper Session D-
Adler, Gary: Paper Session E-
Adogame, Afe: Paper Session D-
Ai, Jin: Paper Session I-
Albanese, Anthony: Paper Session J-
Allen, Daniel: Paper Session A-, Paper Session H-
Allen, Levi: Paper Session B-, Paper Session I-, Paper Session J-
Allen, Shaonta: Paper Session B-
Allington, Daniel: Paper Session A-
Alper, Becka: Paper Session A-, Paper Session H-
Alvarado, Joshua: Paper Session A-
Ammerman, Nancy: Paper Session H-
Anderson, Cory: Paper Session A-, Paper Session C-
Andrews, William: Paper Session C-
Andriot, Angie: Paper Session F-
Andronicou, Maria: Paper Session H-
Anguiano-Vega, Josue: Paper Session H-
Anthony, Joseph: Paper Session E-
Anugwom, Edlyne: Paper Session E-
Anugwom, Kenechukwu: Paper Session E-
Anwar, Kainaat: Paper Session D-
Apaah, Felicity: Paper Session C-, Paper Session D-
Arandjelovic, Dunja: Paper Session B-
Arias, Fabian: Paper Session A-
Ariel, Yaakov: Paper Session B-
Arnold, Lena: Paper Session A-
Atkinson, Andrew: Paper Session F-
Austin, Rev. Dr. Thad: Paper Session C-
Austin, Thad: Paper Session C-, Paper Session D-
Bacon, Rachel: Paper Session D-
Bailey, Karl: Paper Session C-
Baker, Christine: Paper Session B-
Baker, Joseph: Paper Session C-
Baker, Joseph O.: Paper Session G-
Baker, Spencer: Paper Session A-
Bakker, Janel Kragt: Paper Session C-
Baltazar, Alina: Paper Session C-
Barnett, Susan: Paper Session B-, Paper Session D-
Barrueco, Sandra: Paper Session G-
Bartkowski, John: Paper Session H-
Barton, Bernadette: Paper Session G-
BATEYE, BOLAJI: Paper Session E-
Bateye, Olukemi: Paper Session E-
Baumann, Roger: Paper Session B-
Beckman, Diane: Paper Session C-
Begum, Popy: Paper Session G-
Beider, Nadia: Paper Session B-
Beit-Hallahmi, Benjamin: Paper Session E-, Paper Session G-, Paper Session I-
Belt, Michael: Paper Session H-
Berger, Helen A.: Paper Session E-
Beyer, Peter: Paper Session B-
Beyerlein, Kraig: Paper Session A-, Paper Session E-, Paper Session H-
Biolcati-Rinaldi, Ferruccio: Paper Session B-
Bird, Warren: Paper Session B-, Paper Session C-
Blankholm, Joseph: Paper Session A-, Paper Session G-
Boddie, Stephanie: Paper Session B-, Paper Session D-
Boddie, stephanie: Paper Session B-
Bok, Jared: Paper Session J-
Bolger, Daniel: Paper Session D-
Bonke, Jonas: Paper Session J-
Boroumand, Ladan: Paper Session E-
Boschetti, Silvia: Paper Session F-, Paper Session J-
Bossi, Luca: Paper Session B-
Brand, Jeffrey: Paper Session H-
Brantley, Mia: Paper Session E-
Brauer, Simon: Paper Session F-
Braunstein, Ruth: Paper Session C-, Paper Session E-, Paper Session H-
Britton, Willoughby: Paper Session C-
Brooke, Steven: Paper Session G-, Paper Session H-
Brown, Maria: Paper Session A-
Brown, R. Khari: SSSR Awards and Presidential Address-, SSSR Presidential Panel-
Bruce, Tricia: Paper Session A-, Paper Session E-, Paper Session F-, Paper Session G-
Bryant, Julianne: Paper Session J-
Buckley, David: Paper Session G-, Paper Session H-
Bullik, Ramona: Paper Session C-
Bunnell, Andy: Paper Session B-
Burger, Annetta: Paper Session D-
Burke, Kelsy: Paper Session C-, Paper Session G-
Burney, Saleema: Paper Session D-
Burtt, Jason: Paper Session A-, Paper Session B-
Bush, Evelyn: Paper Session H-
Byle, Joseph: Paper Session H-
Cabria, Marcello: Paper Session B-
Cadge, Wendy: Paper Session C-, Paper Session G-
Calfano, Brian: Paper Session H-
Calvillo, Jonathan: Paper Session E-
Campbell, David: Paper Session C-
Cantori, Valentina: Paper Session B-
Cao, Vy: Paper Session F-
Caplan, Lee: Paper Session B-
Carey, Tony: Paper Session H-
Carriero, Renzo: Paper Session B-
Cassun, Paul: Paper Session B-
Chalfoun, Andrew: Paper Session B-
Chan, Esther: Paper Session C-, Paper Session F-
Chandler, Alicia: Paper Session H-
Chang, Joyce: Paper Session G-
Chapman, Amy L.: Paper Session C-
Chapman, Mark: Paper Session A-
Chaves, Mark: Paper Session C-, Paper Session D-, Paper Session E-
Chen, Zhuo Job: Paper Session C-, Paper Session F-
Cherry, Bonny: Paper Session G-
Chiappari, Christopher: Paper Session I-, Paper Session J-
Chipman Gilliland, Claire: Paper Session E-
Chitwood, Ken: Paper Session E-
Chouhoud, Youssef: Paper Session F-
Ciftci, Sabri: Paper Session F-
Cincala, Petr: Paper Session A-, Paper Session C-, Paper Session E-
Clydesdale, Tim: Paper Session B-
Cobb, Ryon: Paper Session A-
Coe, Deborah: Paper Session D-
Coley, Jonathan: Paper Session E-, Paper Session G-
Colyer, Corey: Paper Session A-, Paper Session G-
Colyer, Cory: Paper Session G-
Comeau, Dr. Katherine: Paper Session C-
Comeau, Katie: Paper Session C-, Paper Session D-
Cooper, Katherine R.: Paper Session C-
Cooper, Lynn O.: Paper Session C-
Corcoran, Katie: Paper Session A-, Paper Session D-, Paper Session G-
Counted, Victor: Paper Session C-
Cowden, Richard: Paper Session C-
Cox, Mackenzie: Paper Session F-
Cragun, Ryan: Paper Session F-, Paper Session H-
Cranney, Stephen: Paper Session E-
Cueto-Villalobos, Daniel: Paper Session I-
Cupery, Tim: Paper Session H-
Daniels, Denise: Paper Session C-
Danielsen, Sabrina: Paper Session A-
Davis, Ward: Paper Session B-
DeDeyne, Jesse: Paper Session F-
Dejean, Frédéric: Paper Session A-
Delehanty, Jack: Paper Session C-
Desmond, Scott: Paper Session I-
Dhali, Helal Hossain: Paper Session B-
Dhingra, Swati: Paper Session B-
DiGregorio, Bernard: Paper Session A-, Paper Session D-
Dilimulati, Maihemuti: Paper Session B-
Dinges, William: Paper Session G-
Dinsmore, Jonathan: Paper Session A-
Djupe, Paul: Paper Session E-, Paper Session H-
Do, Thu: Paper Session H-
DODSON, JUALYNNE: Paper Session I-
Dollahite, David: Paper Session F-
Dollhopf, Erica: Paper Session A-, Paper Session D-
Dollmann, Jörg: Paper Session A-
Dougherty, Kevin: Paper Session A-, Paper Session D-
Dougherty, Kevin D.: Paper Session G-
Dromi, Shai: Paper Session E-
Drumm, Rene: Paper Session A-
Drumm, René: Paper Session C-
Dugandzic, Audra: Paper Session E-
Duntley, Madeline: Paper Session D-
Durham, Matthew: Paper Session A-, Paper Session C-
Eagle, David: Paper Session B-, Paper Session E-, Paper Session F-
Eagle, Dr. David: Paper Session C-
Ecklund, Elaine: Paper Session C-, Paper Session D-
Edgell, Penny: Paper Session E-, Paper Session F-, Paper Session I-
Edstrom, Leihua: Paper Session F-
Edwards, Korie: Paper Session C-, Paper Session D-, Paper Session G-
Ellis, Rachel: Paper Session I-
Emeka-Nwobia, Ngozi U.: Paper Session E-
Epstein, Joshua: Paper Session D-
ERGENER, RESIT: Paper Session J-
Evans, Hannah: Paper Session B-, Paper Session F-
Farnsley, Arthur E.: Paper Session I-
Farrag, Hebah: Paper Session E-
Finke, Roger: Paper Session D-
Fiocchetto, Ernesto: Paper Session H-, Paper Session J-
Fitzgerald, Caitlin: Paper Session E-
Flannelly, Kevin J.: Paper Session G-
Folk, Holly: Paper Session G-
Foye, Ashley: Paper Session D-
Frame, Nic: Paper Session B-
Franklin, Andrew: Paper Session D-
Frost, Jacqui: Paper Session A-, Paper Session C-, Paper Session F-, Paper Session G-
Fry, Alex: Paper Session C-
Gaghan, Josh: Paper Session B-, Paper Session E-
Gardner, Andrew: Paper Session D-
Gardner, Andrew (Drew): Paper Session I-
Gärtner, Christel: Paper Session A-
Gault, Erika: Paper Session A-
Gaunt, Thomas: Paper Session H-
Gautier, Mary: Paper Session D-, Paper Session G-
Ghosh, Ratna: Paper Session B-
Gilbertson, Laura: Paper Session I-
Gilger, SJ, Patrick: Paper Session E-
Gilkes, Cheryl Townsend: Paper Session E-
Gin, Deborah: Paper Session E-
Glazier, Stephen: Paper Session E-
Goatley, Rev. Dr. David Emmanuel: Paper Session C-
Goff, Kerby: Paper Session E-
Goff, Philip: Paper Session E-
Goldstein, Warren: Paper Session F-
Gonda, Gillian: Paper Session F-
Goodwill, Janelle: Paper Session H-
Gooren, Henri: Paper Session I-, Paper Session J-
Gosin, Monika: Paper Session D-
Grammich, Clifford: Paper Session C-, Paper Session D-
Green, John: Paper Session C-
Greenhalgh, Spencer: Paper Session C-
Greer, Caroline: Paper Session H-
Guardado, Leo: Paper Session A-
Gugushvili, Alexi: Paper Session E-
Gull, Bethany: Paper Session H-
Guth, James: Paper Session C-
Guthrie, Sara: Paper Session A-
Guven, Ibrahim Furkan: Paper Session F-
Guven, Metin: Paper Session E-
Haberski, Jr., Raymond J.: Paper Session E-
Hackett, Conrad: Paper Session E-, Paper Session G-
Haider, Syed Eisar: Paper Session G-
Hamar Martinez, Jessica: Paper Session G-
Haraburda, Bailey: Paper Session F-
Hargittai, Eszter: Paper Session D-
Haskins, Natoya: Paper Session A-
Hatna, Erez: Paper Session D-
Hawthorne, John: Paper Session B-
Headley, Jennifer: Paper Session B-
Hegy, Pierre: Paper Session A-, Paper Session C-
HEGY, Pierre: Paper Session B-, Paper Session C-
Henderson, Andrea: Paper Session D-, Paper Session E-, Paper Session F-, Paper Session H-
Henderson-Platt, Andrea: Paper Session B-
Hernandez, Amanda: Paper Session B-
Herzog, Albert: Paper Session D-
Herzog, Patricia: Paper Session I-
Herzog, Patricia Snell: Paper Session I-
Hickman, Jared: Paper Session B-
Hirono, Tatsushi: Paper Session D-
Hoesly, Dusty: Paper Session A-, Paper Session G-
Hoffmann, John: Paper Session C-
Holleman, Anna: Paper Session B-, Paper Session C-, Paper Session E-
Holt Moore, Kendra: Paper Session C-
Holtmann, Catherine: Paper Session A-, Paper Session B-
Hood, Jr., Ralph W.: Paper Session C-
Hood, Ralph: Paper Session A-
Hope, Meredith: Paper Session A-, Paper Session D-, Paper Session H-
Hopson, Ronald: Paper Session B-
Horwitz, Ilana: Paper Session B-, Paper Session I-
Houseal, Rich: Paper Session C-, Paper Session D-
Howard-Ecklund, Elaine: Paper Session E-
Hsu, Becky: Paper Session F-
Huang, Jianbo: Paper Session E-
Humphreys, Justin: Paper Session A-
Hwang, Woosang: Paper Session A-
Isaac, Victoria: Paper Session F-
Ishak, Christian: Paper Session A-
Jacobi, Christopher: Paper Session D-, Paper Session F-, Paper Session G-
Jamal, Aamir: Paper Session B-
James, Molly: Paper Session A-
James, Spencer: Paper Session F-
Jeong, Elijah: Paper Session F-
Ji, Chang-ho: Paper Session B-, Paper Session F-
JInadu, Comfort: Paper Session E-
Johnson, Andre E.: Paper Session B-
Johnson, Elizabeth: Paper Session C-
Johnston, Erin: Paper Session A-, Paper Session B-, Paper Session E-
Jones, Dale: Paper Session D-
Jones, Rory: Paper Session C-
Jones, Stephen: Paper Session D-
Jung, Jihye: Paper Session E-
Kalinowski, Brenton: Paper Session C-
Kallatsa, Laura: Paper Session A-
Karpov, Vyacheslav: Paper Session E-
Kaur, Harleen: Paper Session I-
Keller, Barbara: Paper Session C-
Kelley, Heather: Paper Session F-
Kelley, Katheryn: Paper Session F-
Kent, Blake: Paper Session C-
Keysar, Ariela: Paper Session I-
Khalsa, Simranjit: Paper Session J-
Kilp, Alar: Paper Session E-
Kim, Jaeeun: Paper Session H-
King, Wes: Paper Session E-
Kirk, James: Paper Session B-, Paper Session C-
Kiszkiel, Łukasz: Paper Session D-, Paper Session J-
Kitchens, Michael B.: Paper Session F-
Klie, Anna: Paper Session J-
Klie, Anna Wiebke: Paper Session J-
Klocek, Jason: Paper Session E-
Knoll, Benjamin: Paper Session C-, Paper Session H-
Knowlton, David: Paper Session J-
Koch, Daniel: Paper Session F-
Koch, Jerome: Paper Session A-
Kochendorfer, Logan: Paper Session D-
Kong, Lily: Paper Session D-
Kopecky, Robin: Paper Session F-
Körs, Anna: Paper Session F-
Kraig, Beyerlein: Paper Session E-
Kraus, Rachel: Paper Session D-, Paper Session E-
Krindatch, Alexei: Paper Session B-, Paper Session C-
Krull, Laura: Paper Session E-
Kucher, J. Howard: Paper Session D-
Kucinskas, Jaime: Paper Session A-
Kurien, Prema: Paper Session C-
Kurpiel, Allison: Paper Session J-
Ladd, Kevin: Paper Session B-
Lafferty, Moira: Paper Session C-
Lampkin, Cheryl: Paper Session J-
Lang, Isabella M.: Paper Session F-
Langston, Joseph: Paper Session C-
Laskowski, Piotr: Paper Session D-, Paper Session J-
Lassiter, Jonathan Mathias: Paper Session D-
Laura, Mehegan: Paper Session C-
Lauve-Moon, Katie: Paper Session E-
Lauve-Moon, Tim: Paper Session E-
Lauve-Moon, Timothy: Paper Session C-
Lawton, Amy: Paper Session G-
Layman, Geoffrey: Paper Session C-
Laymon, Barbara: Paper Session B-
Lee, Lois: Paper Session C-
Lee, Song Chong: Paper Session F-
Levin-Aspenson, Holly: Paper Session C-
Li, Ruiqian (Richie): Paper Session J-
LINDGREN, TOMAS: Paper Session E-
Lindgren, Tomas: Paper Session H-
Little Edwards, Korie: Paper Session B-, Paper Session G-
Liu, Yan: Paper Session B-
Lizardy-Hajbi, Kristina: Paper Session E-, Paper Session I-
Lofton, Kathryn: Paper Session G-
Lopez, Michael: Paper Session G-
Łowicki, Paweł: Paper Session J-
Mabute-Louie, Bianca: Paper Session D-
MacGregor, Carol Ann: Paper Session B-
Machado, Katherine: Paper Session F-
Mackay, Annette: Paper Session A-
Madison-McCreary, Rev. Dr. Jacqueline: Paper Session C-
Magyar-Russell, Gina: Paper Session C-
Majumder, Shantanu: Paper Session D-
Maleki, Ammar: Paper Session E-
Malone, Joanna: Paper Session B-
Manglos-Weber, Nicolette: Paper Session A-, Paper Session E-, Paper Session H-
Manning, Christel: Paper Session H-
Marks, Loren: Paper Session F-
Marler, Will: Paper Session D-
Marroccoli, Giulia: Paper Session B-
Marti, Gerardo: Paper Session D-, Paper Session E-, Paper Session G-
Martí, Gerardo: Paper Session C-
Martinez, Brandon C.: Paper Session C-
Martínez-Schuldt, Ricardo: Paper Session H-
Masso-Rivetti, Cella: Paper Session G-
Mataic, Dane: Paper Session D-
Mayrl, Damon: Paper Session C-, Paper Session G-
Mays, Cindy: Paper Session D-
McAndrew, Siobhan: Paper Session A-, Paper Session F-
McBride, Duane: Paper Session C-
McClure, Jennifer: Paper Session E-, Paper Session F-
McClure, Paul: Paper Session A-
McDowell, Amy: Paper Session G-, Paper Session I-
McElroy, Elizabeth: Paper Session D-
McMullin, Stephen: Paper Session A-
Melton, John: Paper Session G-
Michalka, Karen: Paper Session A-
Middleton, Kathryn: Paper Session F-
Miles, Carrie: Paper Session G-, Paper Session H-
Miller, Arpi: Paper Session E-
Miller, Donald: Paper Session E-
MOADDEL, MANSOOR: Paper Session F-
Mohamed, Besheer: SSSR Presidential Panel-
Mohammed, Mohammed: Paper Session F-
Mok, Chit Wai John: Paper Session B-
Molteni, Francesco: Paper Session E-
Molteni, Franceso: Paper Session B-
Monnot, Christophe: Paper Session G-, Paper Session H-
Moxham-Hall, Vivienne: Paper Session A-
Mulder, Mark T.: Paper Session G-
Mullen, Lincoln: Paper Session H-
Murphy, Thomas: Paper Session B-
N/A, N/A: SSSR Awards and Presidential Address-
Neal, Carrie E.: Paper Session E-
Nepstad, Sharon: SSSR Presidential Panel-
New, Taylor: Paper Session A-
Newman, Mark: Paper Session C-
Newton, Taylor: Paper Session A-
Nguyen, Phuong Anh: Paper Session I-
Nie, Fanhao: Paper Session H-
Nielsen, Michael: Paper Session E-, Paper Session F-, Paper Session G-
Nortey, Justin: Paper Session H-
Norton, Allison: Paper Session D-, Paper Session F-, Paper Session I-
Noureldin, Laila: Paper Session A-
Noy, Shiri: Paper Session D-
Nyamnjoh, Henrietta: Paper Session H-
Nyhof, Melanie: Paper Session J-
Oakley, Lisa: Paper Session A-, Paper Session C-, Paper Session H-
O'Brien, Timothy: Paper Session C-, Paper Session D-
Offutt, Steven: Paper Session G-
Ogawa, Yukan: Paper Session D-
Ogera, E. Okelloh: Paper Session C-
ÒGÚNÀJỌ, Bùsáyò Ọláníyì: Paper Session E-
Ogunnowo, Olannike: Paper Session D-
OGUNTOLA LAGUDA, DANOYE: Paper Session E-
Okera, Okello: Paper Session D-
Okuwobi, Oneya: Paper Session C-
Olayinka, Temidayo: Paper Session E-
Olson, Laura: Paper Session B-
Olson, Luara: Paper Session B-
Olson, Shayla: Paper Session I-
Orndorff, Joshua: Paper Session C-, Paper Session F-
Ortiz, Selena: Paper Session D-
Ostergard, William: Paper Session F-
Palitsky, Roman: Paper Session C-, Paper Session F-
Palomo, Johannah: Paper Session C-
Pankhurst, Jerry: Paper Session E-
Park, Jerry: Paper Session C-
Parker, Janise: Paper Session A-
Parsitau, Damaris: Paper Session D-
Pearce, Lisa: Paper Session D-, Paper Session F-
Pepper, Miriam: Paper Session D-
Perry, Sam: Paper Session D-
Perry, Samuel: Paper Session C-, Paper Session D-, Paper Session G-
Peterson, Anna: Paper Session F-
Petrasic, Sydney E.: Paper Session F-
Philips, Miray: Paper Session G-
phillips, bruce: Paper Session F-
Pieper, Christopher: Paper Session C-
Pitt, Richard: Paper Session B-, Paper Session H-
Pogorelc, Anthony: Paper Session B-
Pogorelc, Tony: Paper Session D-
Poniat, Radosław: Paper Session J-
Porter, Nathaniel: Paper Session F-
Porth, Stephen: Paper Session C-
Powell, Ruth: Paper Session D-, Paper Session F-
Pracz, Camilla: Paper Session G-
Pratt, Tia Noelle: Paper Session B-
Price, Matthew: Paper Session F-
Prince, Tryce: Paper Session G-
Příplatová, Lenka: Paper Session F-
Proescholdbell, Dr. Rae Jean: Paper Session C-
Proeschold-Bell, Rae Jean: Paper Session B-
Pudlo, Jason: Paper Session A-
Quezada, Enrique: Paper Session E-
Quezada-Llanes, Enrique: Paper Session E-
Racine, Kathryn: Paper Session B-
Rahimi, Babak: Paper Session F-
Rahimi, Barak: Paper Session F-
Rainville, Gerard: Paper Session C-, Paper Session J-
Ramos, Aida: Paper Session B-
Ramos, Aida Isela: Paper Session E-, Paper Session H-
Rapheal, Ojo Joseph: Paper Session E-
Reed, Jean-Pierre: Paper Session F-
Reilly, Benedict: Paper Session H-
Reimer, Sam: Paper Session A-
Reynolds, Amy: Paper Session F-
Richey, Russell: Paper Session G-
Ricucci, Roberta: Paper Session A-, Paper Session B-
Riess, Jana: Paper Session C-, Paper Session H-
Rivera Ramos, Marina: Paper Session G-
Rivera, Craig: Paper Session G-
Rogers, Richard: Paper Session I-
Roso, Joseph: Paper Session D-
Rosta, Gergely: Paper Session B-
Royle, Marjorie: Paper Session B-
Royston, Jashalund: Paper Session D-
Russell Taylor, Adam: Paper Session F-
rymarz, richard: Paper Session E-
Sachs-Kohen, Rabbi Elissa: Paper Session A-
Sager, Rebecca: Paper Session G-
Sahgal, Neha: Paper Session E-
Saiya, Nilay: Paper Session B-
Salazar, Esmeralda Sánchez: Paper Session H-
Scarbeck, Nathan: Paper Session A-
Schade, Leah: Paper Session D-
Schader, Leah: Paper Session F-
Scheitle, Christopher: Paper Session A-, Paper Session D-
Schmitt, Samuel: Paper Session C-
Schneider, Rachel: Paper Session F-
Scott, Anthony: Paper Session D-
Scott, Marquisha: Paper Session A-
Senn, Jeremy: Paper Session H-
Seog, Changhoon: Paper Session C-
Serrano, Jesús Antonio: Paper Session C-
Seto, Christopher: Paper Session D-
Sevinc, Kenan: Paper Session F-
Shady, Stephanie: Paper Session D-, Paper Session J-
Shamaileh, Ammar: Paper Session F-
Shapiro, Ephraim: Paper Session B-
Sheffert, Aynsley: Paper Session C-
Shelton, Jason: SSSR Presidential Panel-
Sherman, Jennifer: Paper Session A-
Shillitoe, Rachael: Paper Session C-
Shiu, Zoe: Paper Session C-
Silverstein, Merril: Paper Session A-, Paper Session B-
Simmons, Ellie: Paper Session A-
Singer, Mendel: Paper Session B-
Sisk, Matthew: Paper Session H-
Skrzypińska, Katarzyna: Paper Session E-
Smith, Amy Erica: Paper Session F-, Paper Session H-
Smith, Buster: Paper Session H-
Smith, Jesse: Paper Session I-
Snodgrass, Jill: Paper Session C-
Snyder, Tim: Paper Session D-
Sogah, Emmanuel: Paper Session E-
SONNENSCHEIN, HANNES: Paper Session E-
Sonnenschein, Hannes: Paper Session H-
Soroka, George: Paper Session C-
Spännäri, Jenni: Paper Session A-
Sperber, Elizabeth: Paper Session H-
Spickard, James: Paper Session C-
St. Sume, Je: Paper Session B-
Stabler, Samuel: Paper Session E-
Stachowska, Ewa: Paper Session F-
Starman, Tess: Paper Session B-
Steensland, Brian: Paper Session A-, Paper Session F-
Steeves, Katie: Paper Session B-
Stein, Rachel: Paper Session A-, Paper Session G-
Steppacher, Anika: Paper Session C-
Sterland, Sam: Paper Session D-, Paper Session G-
Stewart, Evan: Paper Session A-, Paper Session C-, Paper Session G-
Stewart-Sicking, Joseph: Paper Session B-, Paper Session C-
Stolz, Jörg: Paper Session E-
Streib, Heinz: Paper Session C-, Paper Session I-
Strhan, Anna: Paper Session C-
Stroope, Samuel: Paper Session F-
Strub, Whitney: Paper Session G-
Suehr, Christopher: Paper Session B-
Suehr, Christopher (Chris): Paper Session C-
Sun, Anna: Paper Session A-
Swanson, Zachary: Paper Session A-
Swartz, David: Paper Session I-
Sweida-Metwally, Samir: Paper Session D-
Szvetelszky, Zsuzsanna: Paper Session B-
Tagayuna, Arlie: Paper Session F-
Takase, Akinori: Paper Session D-
Talmont-Kaminski, Konrad: Paper Session D-, Paper Session J-
Tamimi Arab, Pooyan: Paper Session E-
Tatarczyk, Dawid: Paper Session F-
Taylor-Abdulai, Hannah: Paper Session A-
Tepe, Sultan: Paper Session H-
Tervo-Niemelä, Kati: Paper Session A-, Paper Session B-, Paper Session D-
Tevington, Patricia: Paper Session F-, Paper Session H-
The, Christopher M.: Paper Session E-
Thiessen, Joel: Paper Session A-, Paper Session B-, Paper Session H-
Thomas, Patricia: Paper Session F-
Thomas, Shirley-Ann: Paper Session B-
Thompson, Wayne: Paper Session D-, Paper Session F-
Thomson, Robert: Paper Session F-
Thorsen, Jakob Egeris: Paper Session I-
Thumma, Scott: Paper Session A-, Paper Session B-, Paper Session G-
Tice, Logan: Paper Session B-, Paper Session C-
Tien, Grace: Paper Session C-
Timol, Riyaz: Paper Session D-
Tinsley, Cleve: Paper Session F-
Tokmantcev, Anatolii: Paper Session J-
Tom, Joshua: Paper Session H-
Trecartin, Shannon: Paper Session C-, Paper Session E-
Trim, David: Paper Session C-
Tse, Justin: Paper Session E-
Tuckness, Alex: Paper Session H-
Turner, John: Paper Session H-
Turner, Robert W.: Paper Session H-
Uecker, Jeremy: Paper Session A-
ULU, Mustafa: Paper Session F-
Umezurike, Grace: Paper Session E-
Underwood, Joshua: Paper Session G-
Unser, Alexander: Paper Session J-
Upenieks, Laura: Paper Session F-
Vaidyanathan, Brandon: Paper Session E-, Paper Session F-, Paper Session G-
Vala, Carsten: Paper Session E-
Vaughan, Kenneth: Paper Session C-
Vekovic, Marko: Paper Session B-, Paper Session F-
Verghese, Ajay: Paper Session F-
Voas, David: Paper Session D-, Paper Session E-, Paper Session F-, Paper Session G-, Paper Session H-
Vosburg, Dawson: Paper Session J-
Vovk, Dmytro: Paper Session E-
Wang, David: Paper Session E-
Watson, James: Paper Session A-
Weaver-Swartz, Lisa: Paper Session A-
Wernli, Boris: Paper Session G-
Whitehead, Andrew: Paper Session C-, Paper Session E-, Paper Session G-
Whitnah, Meredith: Paper Session A-
Whitney, Lawrence: Paper Session D-
Wienk, Ruthie: Paper Session F-
Wiggins, Jon: Paper Session H-
Wiggins, Jonathon: Paper Session H-
Wilde, Melissa: Paper Session I-
Wildman, Wesley: Paper Session D-
Wilkins-Laflamme, Sarah: Paper Session E-, Paper Session H-
Wilkinson, Michael: Paper Session B-
Williams, Dodeye: Paper Session D-
Williams, Rev. Charles: SSSR Presidential Panel-
Williams, Rhys: Paper Session B-, Paper Session F-
Williams, Rhys H.: Paper Session E-
Wilson Harper, Amanda: Paper Session C-, Paper Session D-, Paper Session F-
Winchester, Daniel: Paper Session E-
Wittberg, Patricia: Paper Session F-
Wittenberg, Pat: Paper Session D-
Wollschleger, Jason: Paper Session I-
Wong, Arch: Paper Session B-
Wong, Janelle: Paper Session B-
Wood, Richard: Paper Session F-, SSSR Presidential Panel-
Woodruff, Kelsey: Paper Session E-
Woods, Orlando: Paper Session D-
Woodworth, Warner: Paper Session A-
Wright, Clea: Paper Session H-
Wuthrich, Michael: Paper Session F-
Xiao, Yunze: Paper Session E-
Yao, Jia: Paper Session C-
Young, Jr., Luther: Paper Session B-
Young, Luther: Paper Session E-
Yukich, Grace: Paper Session G-
Zawistowska, Alicja: Paper Session J-
Zedlitz, Hilary: Paper Session G-
Zhang, Enze: Paper Session B-
Zhu, Xi: Paper Session G-
Zimbelman, Amy: Paper Session C-
Zurlo, Gina: Paper Session D-, Paper Session E-