2019 PRELIMINARY PROGRAM


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Thursday, October 24, 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
SSSR - SSSR Council Meeting
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Thursday, October 24, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
RRA- RRA Board Meeting
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Thursday, October 24, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
SSSR+RRA- Meeting Registration
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Friday, October 25, 8:00 AM - 8:50 AM
RRA- RRA Business Meeting
Room: Regency B
Friday, October 25, 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
A-1 RRA: Theological Education & Transformation
Room: Sterling 8
Convener: Joseph Baker, East Tennessee State University (bakerjo@etsu.edu)
Integrating Clients’ Religion and Spirituality in Practice: A National Survey of Graduate Social Work Faculty
Edward Polson, Baylor University (clay_polson@baylor.edu)
Co-Author 1: Edward Polson, Baylor University
Co-Author 2: Holly Oxhandler, Baylor University
Religious (Dis)Affiliation Trends in Theological Education
Kristina Lizardy-Hajbi, Iliff School of Theology (klizardy@iliff.edu)
Prepared to Respond? Seminary Students and Training about Domestic Violence
Steve McMullin, Acadia University (stephen.mcmullin@acadiau.ca)
Co-Author: Nancy Nason-Clark, University of New Brunswick
Pilgrimage, Spirituality, and Personal Transformation: Findings from an Online Survey Regarding El Camino de Santiago
Joseph Pickard, University of Missouri - St Louis (pickardj@umsl.edu)
Co-Author 1: Joseph Pickard, University of Missouri - St Louis
Co-Author 2: Gina Aitch, University of Missouri - St Louis
A-2 SSSR: That State of Christian Churches in Australia, Canada, and England
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Organizer/Convener: Sam Reimer, Crandall University (sam.reimer@crandallu.ca)
Australian Churches: Knocked Around yet Positioning for Future
Ruth Powell, National Church Life Survey Research (rpowell@ncls.org.au)
Canada’s Churches: Realities, Challenges, Opportunities, and Responses
Joel Thiessen, Ambrose University; Flourishing Congregations Instittute (jathiessen@ambrose.edu)
Churches in England: Toil and Trouble in a Secular Society
David Voas, University College, London (d.voas@ucl.ac.uk)
A-3 SSSR: Bringing Public Religion Back In
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Organizer: Andrew Whitehead, Clemson University (alw6@clemson.edu)
Convener: Jack Delehanty, Clark University (jdelehanty@clarku.edu)
Public Religion as Cultural Repertoire: A Newer Paradigm for the Sociological Study of Religion
Evan Stewart, University of Massachusetts, Boston (stewa777@umn.edu)
Co-Author: Penny Edgell, University of Minnesota
Ambassadors, Accommodators, Resisters, and Rejecters: Exploring Four Responses to Christian Nationalism in the United States
Andrew Whitehead, Clemson University (alw6@clemson.edu)
Co-Author: Sam Perry, University of Oklahoma
Power, Boundaries, and Order: Christian Nationalism as (Quasi-)Religious (Proto-)Fascism
Sam Perry, University of Oklahoma (samperry@ou.edu)
Co-Author: Andrew Whitehead, Clemson University
Where Do We Go From Here? Thoughts On the Future of Public Religion for the Social Scientific Study of Religion
Penny Edgell, University of Minnesota (edgell@umn.edu)
A-4 SSSR: Identity and Participation among Muslims Beyond the United States
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Convener: Ryan Calder, Johns Hopkins University (rcalder@jhu.edu)
(Un)Privileged Religion, Religious Freedom and Participation in the Muslim World
Hannah Ridge, Duke University (hr58@duke.edu)
Discussing New Ways of Being Muslims: Findings From Four European Countries
Roberta Ricucci, Univeristy of Turin (roberta.ricucci@unito.it)
Who Talks About Muslims? Twitter Discourse and Religious Minorities
Besheer Mohamed, Pew Research Center (bmoham773@gmail.com)
Defining, Refining, and Enacting Religious Reflexivities in Pakistani-Canadian Muslim Families
Sarah Shah, University of Toronto (ssarah.shah@mail.utoronto.ca)
A-5 SSSR: LDS Activity and Disaffiliation Concerns in the United States and Utah
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Organizer: Ryan Cragun, University of Tampa (ryantcragun@gmail.com)
“The Church Hath Need of Every Member”: LDS Statistics on Retention and Activity in the Early 1970s
Jana Riess, Religous News Service (riess.jana@gmail.com)
Co-Author: Matt Bowman, Claremont Graduate University
The Polarizing Effect of Geography on the Religious Lives of Former Mormons in the United States
Ben Knoll, Centre College (benjamin.knoll@centre.edu)
Mundane Apostasy: Examining Catalysts for Mormon Disaffiliation in Utah
Rick Phillips, University of North Florida (rick.phillips@unf.edu)
Mormon Girls Gone (Kind of) Wild: Ms. Behaving at LDS Young Women’s Camps
John Bartowski, UTSA (john.bartkowski@utsa.edu)
A-6 SSSR: Presidential Theme Session on Diversifying the Study of Race and Religion
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Organizer: Elaine Howard Ecklund, Rice University (ehe@rice.edu)
Black Pastoral Authority, Health, and Science
Rachel Schneider, Rice University (rsv2@rice.edu)
Co-Author: Dan Bolger, Rice University
Making Black Lives Matter in Defining "Black Protestant"
Cleve Tinsley, Rice University (cvt4@rice.edu)
Conceptions of Racial Discrimination that bring Religion to the Table
Elaine Howard Ecklund, Rice University (ehe@rice.edu)
Co-Author 1: Bob Thomson, University of Alabama, Huntsville
Co-Author 2: Denise Daniels, Seattle Pacific University
The Racialized Politics of Place in Religious Social Service Provision
Dan Bolger, Rice University (dan.bolger@rice.edu)
A-7 SSSR: Religion and Emotion: Principles, Contexts, and Applications
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Organizer: Roman Palitsky, University of Arizona (romanp@email.arizona.edu)
Feeling Is Believing: Emotion Science, Cognition, and Affect
Donovan Schaefer, University of Pennsylvania (doschaef@sas.upenn.edu)
Existential Emotions in Minority Religious Congregations
Daniel Sullivan, University of Arizona (swolf22@email.arizona.edu)
Religion and Health in Bereavement: The Role of Affect Regulation
Roman Palitsky, University of Arizona (romanp@email.arizona.edu)
Spiritual Bypass
Jesse Fox, Stetson University (jfox2@stetson.edu)
A-8 SSSR: Religion and Youth
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Convener: Vern Bengtson, (bengtson@usc.edu)
Meaning Making During Emerging Adulthood: Is Developing a Prosocial Orientation Part of Becoming an Adult?
Patricia Herzog, Lilly School of Philanthropy IUPUI (psherzog@iupui.edu)
Co-Author 1: Jamie Goodwin, Lilly School of Philanthropy IUPUI
Co-Author 2: Carolyn McNamara Barry, Loyola University Maryland
Parent-Child Conversations and the Socialization of Autonomous Morality in a Progressive Protestant Church Community
Allison DiBianca Fasoli, Middlebury College (adibiancafasoli@middlebury.edu)
Young Children's Construction of Race and Gender in Three Protestant Sunday Schools
Henry Zonio, University of Kentucky (henry.zonio@uky.edu)
Religion, Associational Life and Secular Leisure: A Multilevel Analysis of 1950s English Urban Youth
Siobhan McAndrew, University of Bristol, UK (siobhan.mcandrew@bristol.ac.uk)
Co-Author: Lindsay Richards, Nuffield College, Oxford
A-9 SSSR: Religious Development: Quantitative and Qualitative Results from the Bielefeld-Chattanooga Longitudinal Research
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Organizer: Ralph Hood, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (ralph-hood@utc.edu)
Convener: Christopher Silver, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (christopher-silver@utc.edu)
Gender, Culture and Religious Affiliation: Characterizing Religious Identity Styles
Veronika Eufinger, Bielefeld University (veronika.eufinger@uni-bielefeld.de)
Co-Author: Heinz Streib, Bielefeld University
A longitudinal perspective on how the church’s response to trials and tribulations impacts the pursuit of faith
Daimianna Shirck, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (fxf897@mocs.utc.edu)
Co-Author 1: Christopher Silver, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Co-Author 2: Matthew Durham, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Tragedy and moral imperatives: A case study of a humanist spanning eight years
Emily Manzano, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (pff633@mocs.utc.edu)
Co-Author: Daimianna Shirck, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
The accumulative heretic: Framing meaning through self-reflection and belief
Alexandra Theis, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (cjr134@mocs.utc.edu)
Co-Author: Christopher Silver, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
A-10 SSSR: Religious Diversity in Latin America
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Organizer: Henri Gooren, Oakland University (gooren@oakland.edu)
Convener: Christopher Chiappari, St. Olaf College (chiappar@stolaf.edu)
Theorizing the Secular and the Supernatural in the Prosperity Gospel
Christopher Chiappari, St. Olaf College (chiappar@stolaf.edu)
The Rise and Fall of the First Mexican Evangelical Political Party: Partido Encuentro Social, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, and the 2018 Mexican National Elections
Carlos Garma Navarro, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa (ganc@xanum.uam.mx)
Applying the New Country Church Growth Assessment Protocol to Paraguay and Chile
Henri Gooren, Oakland University (gooren@oakland.edu)
People, State, and Church: An Exploration of Fiesta in Cusco, Peru
David Knowlton, Utah Valley University (davidknowlton@yahoo.com)
A-11 SSSR: Resisting and Rationalizing State-Inspired Violence in the Philippines
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Organizer: Andrew Johnson, Metropolitan State University (andrew.johnson@metrostate.edu)
The Rise of Militant Christianity in the Philippines
Jayeel Cornelio, Ateneo de Manila University (jcornelio@ateneo.edu)
Christianity and Duterte’s War on Drugs
Erron Medina, Ateneo de Manila University (emedina@ateneo.edu)
Co-Author: Jayeel Cornelio, Ateneo de Manila University
Resisting and Rationalizing State-Inspired Violence in the Philippines
James Densley, Metropolitan State University (james.densley@metrostate.edu)
Co-Author: Andrew Johnson, Metropolitan State University
Politics of Presence: Models of Religious Resistance to the War on Drugs in Brazil and the Philippines
Andrew Johnson, Metropolitan State University (andrew.johnson@metrostate.edu)
A-12 SSSR: Social Dimensions of Spirituality
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Organizer: Jaime Kucinskas, Hamilton College (jkucinsk@hamilton.edu)
Convener: Brian Steensland, IUPUI (bsteens@iupui.edu)
Analyzing Spirituality as a Dimension of Lived Religious Practice
Nancy Ammerman, Boston University (nta@bu.edu)
Training Spiritual Caregivers? Spirituality in Chaplaincy Programs in Theological Education
Wendy Cadge, Brandeis University (wcadge@brandeis.edu)
Co-Author 1: Beth Stroud, Association of Clinical Pastoral Education
Co-Author 2: Trace Haythorne, Association of Clinical Pastoral Education
Fearful Asymmetry: Rethinking the Boundaries of Religion and Spirituality
Anna Sun, Kenyon College (suna@kenyon.edu)
Friday, October 25, 10:40 AM - 12:10 PM
B-1 RRA/SSSR: Religion in Unsettled Times
Room: Sterling 3
Convener: Orit Avishai, Fordham University (avishai@fordham.edu)
Be Not Afraid: Religion and Courage in Unsettled Times
Grace Yukich, Quinnipiac University (grace.yukich@quinnipiac.edu)
The Sexual Abuse Crisis in the U.S. Catholic Church over Time
Jonathon Wiggins, CARA at Georgetown University (jlw8@georgetown.edu)
Probing the Culture Wars in the Trump Era
Janel Kragt Bakker, Memphis Theological Seminary (jbakker@memphisseminary.edu)
Individual Values and Practices as Predictors of Denominational Growth
Connor Wood, Center for Mind and Culture (connorpw@bu.edu)
B-2 RRA: Religion and Gender
Room: Sterling 6
Effects of Religiosity through Equality and Relational Virtues on Couple's Satisfaction
Ilya Okhotnikov, McNeese State University (iokhotnikov@mcneese.edu)
Co-Author: Nathan Wood, University of Kentucky
Religiosity and Addiction among African American Women
Joseph Pickard, University of Missouri - St Louis (pickardj@umsl.edu)
Co-Author 1: Shi-Lai Williams, University of Missouri - St Louis
Co-Author 2: Sharon D. Johnson, University of Missouri - St Louis
The impact of re-affirming a "traditional" view on marriage on candidates for ordination in the United Methodist Church
David Eagle, Duke University (david.eagle@duke.edu)
Mainstream Mormonism and the Contemporary Exodus of Women of a Certain Age
Christine L. Cusack, University of Ottawa (christinelcusack@gmail.com)
B-3 RRA: The Flourishing in Ministry Project
Room: Sterling 1
Organizer/Convener: Manuela Casti Yeagley, Flourishing in Ministry Project, University of Notre Dame, IN (mcastiye@nd.edu)
Stories we live by: an exploration of the relationship between theological narratives and clergy wellbeing
Manuela Casti Yeagley, Flourishing in Ministry Project, University of Notre Dame (IN) (mcastiye@nd.edu)
Being your authentic self: the relationship about authenticity and clergy's wellbeing
Chris Adams, Flourishing in Ministry Project, Azusa Pacific University (CA) (chrisadams@apu.edu)
Translational approaches to clergy wellbeing research: the WorkWell phone app
Sarah Rompola, Flourishing in Ministry Project, University of Notre Dame (IN) (srompola@nd.edu)
B-4 SSSR Author Meets Critics: The Arc of Faith-Based Initiatives: Religion’s Changing Role in Welfare Service Provision
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Organizer/Convener: Aida I. Ramos, George Fox University (aramos@georgefox.edu)
Author: John P. Bartkowski, University of Texas - San Antonio (john.bartkowski@utsa.edu)
Co-Author: Susan E. Grettenberger, Central Michigan University
Participants
Aida I. Ramos, George Fox University (aramos@georgefox.edu)
Andrea Henderson-Platt, University of South Carolina (akhender@mailbox.sc.edu)
Mark Mulder, Calvin University (mmulder@calvin.edu)
B-5 SSSR: Discrimination and Islam
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Convener: Esmeralda Sanchez Salazar, Rice University (esmeralda.salazar@rice.edu)
Fundamentalism, Discrimination, and American Muslim Political Behavior
A.Kadir Yildirim, Rice University (ay18@rice.edu)
Islamophobic America: why Americans are anti-Muslims
Ruiqian (Richie) Li, Baylor University (richie_li1@baylor.edu)
“I just have to be positive and do my work”: Muslim American Religious Coping in Response to Islamophobia
Christine Sheikh, Metropolitan State University of Denver (christinesheikh@gmail.com)
Prejudice, Progressivism, and Power: Politics in the Making of "Islamic" and American Muslims on Campus
Abiya Ahmed, Stanford University (abiya@stanford.edu)
B-6 SSSR: Exploring Religious Diversity Within a ‘Strict’ Religion: A Global Survey of Seventh-day Adventists
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Organizer: Karl Bailey, Andrews University (kgbailey@andrews.edu)
Convener: David Trim, General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists--Archives, Statistics, and Research (trimd@gc.adventist.org)
Salvation by Faith or Works: How Sociological Factors Impinge on Personal Beliefs
Petr Cincala, Andrews University (cincala@andrews.edu)
Co-Author: René Drumm, University of Southern Mississippi
The Great Commission: How Evangelistic Beliefs Relate to Spiritual Thriving
René Drumm, University of Southern Mississippi (rene.drumm@usm.edu)
Co-Author 1: Shannon Trecartin, Andrews University
Co-Author 2: Petr Cincala, Andrews University
Health Beliefs, Behavior and Perception of Spiritual Growth and Salvation: A Descriptive Analysis from a Global Church Member Survey
Duane McBride, Andrews University (mcbride@andrews.edu)
Co-Author 1: Peter Landless, General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists--Health Ministries Department
Co-Author 2: Karl Bailey, Andrews University
Nurture and Church Member Well-Being in a Global Seventh-day Adventist Sample
Karl Bailey, Andrews University (kgbailey@andrews.edu)
Co-Author: Duane McBride, Andrews University
B-7 SSSR: From Sanctuary to Skatepark: The Adaptive Reuse of Sacred Buildings for Secular Purposes and Vice Versa
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Organizer/Convener: Roman Williams, Calvin University (rrw2@calvin.edu)
The Deconstruction and Reconstruction of Religion
Tricia Bruce, University of Notre Dame (tbruce@nd.edu)
Converted Structures: Understanding Material Expressions of the Sacred and Secular
Taylor Hartson, Calvin Center for Social Research (taylorhartson@gmail.com)
Space-bending for Religious Purposes: Repurposing Buildings for Religious Worship
Bob Brenneman, Saint Michael’s College (rbrenneman@smcvt.edu)
Co-Author: Brian Miller, Wheaton College
B-8 SSSR: Religion and Politics in the United States
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Convener: Kraig Beyerlein, University of Notre Dame (kbeyerl1@nd.edu)
Blessing America First: Blessing America First: Religion, Foreign Policy and the Trump Coalition
David Buckley, University of Louisville (david.buckley@louisville.edu)
Church for Me? Individualism in Non-Denominational Christianity
Paul Djupe, Denison University (djupe@denison.edu)
Co-Author: Ryan Burge, Eastern Illinois University
Sermons Discussions of Racism, Activism and Violence: A Case Study of Charlottesville
Claire Gilliland, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill (ccgill@unc.edu)
The Changing Nature of Political Cue-Giving among American Protestant Clergy
Corwin Smidt, Calvin University (smid@calvin.edu)
Co-Author: James Guth, Furman University
B-9 SSSR: Religious Identity and Prejudice: How Religion Draws Groups Together and Pushes Them Apart
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Organizer/Convener: Clara Wilkins, Washington University in St. Louis (clara.wilkins@wustl.edu)
The Role of Birth and Belief in Religious Identity
Negin Toosi, California State University East Bay (negin.toosi@gmail.com)
Parsing the Effects of Religious Attitude Certainty: Correctness, Clarity, and Prejudice
Zachary Roth, Ohio University (zr460015@ohio.edu)
Co-Author: Kimberly Rios, Ohio University
Perceptions of Atheist and Christian Doubters
Evan Johnson, Ohio University (evanjohnson397@gmail.com)
Co-Author: Kimberly Rios, Ohio University
Religious Values can Both Accentuate and Mitigate Zero Sum Beliefs
Clara Wilkins, Washington University in St. Louis (clara.wilkins@wustl.edu)
Co-Author 1: Joseph Wellman, University of Mississippi
Co-Author 2: Negin Toosi, California State University, East Bay
B-10 SSSR: Teaching the Sociology of Religion
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Organizer: Buster Smith, Catawba College (bgsmith@catawba.edu)
Patricia Herzog, Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis (psherzog@iupui.edu)
Jennifer McClure, Samford University (jmcclure@samford.edu)
Todd Ferguson, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor (tferguson@umhb.edu)
Matthew May, Oakland University (mmay2@oakland.edu)
B-11 SSSR: Theology and Sociology #RelationshipGoals
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Organizer/Convener: Audrey Seah, University of Notre Dame (aseah@nd.edu)
Religion as Practice, Ethnography as Theology, and Dialogue between Sociology of Religion and Liturgical Studies
Sarah Kathleen Johnson, University of Notre Dame (sarah.k.johnson.708@nd.edu)
Finding sociological nuance in theology: explaining inclusivity in the Deaf Catholic ecclesial community
Audrey Seah, University of Notre Dame (aseah@nd.edu)
What are We Counting Again? A Conversation about Theologically Informed Sociology
Jonathon Holland, University of Louisville (jonathon.holland@louisville.edu)
Respondent
Nancy Ammerman, Boston University (nta@bu.edu)
B-12 RRA Author Meets Critics: Catholic Bishops in the United States: Church Leadership in the Third Millennium
Room: Sterling 2
Organizer/Convener: Mary Gautier, CARA at Georgetown University (gautierm@georgetown.edu)
Author: Thomas Gaunt, CARA at Georgetown University (tpg9@georgetown.edu)
Co-Author 1: Paul Perl, CARA at Georgetown University
Co-Author 2: Stephen Fichter, CARA at Georgetown University
Co-Author 3: Catherine Hoegeman, CSJ, Missouri State University
Participants
Carol Ann McGregor, Loyola University New Orleans (camacgre@loyno.edu)
Erick Berrelleza, SJ, Boston University (ebsj@bu.edu)
Gary Adler, Pennsylvania State University (gja13@psu.edu)
Anthony Pogorelc, PSS, Assumption Seminary (ajppss04@gmail.com)
B-13 SSSR Author Meets Critics: Patriotism Black and White: The Color of American Exceptionalism
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Organizer: Ryon Cobb, UTA (ryoncobb@gmail.com)
Convener: Besheer Mohammed, Pew Research Center (bmohamed@pewresearch.org)
Author: Nichole Phillips, Emory University (nichole.r.phillips@emory.edu)
Participants
Cheryl Towsend Gilkes, Colby College (ctgilkes@colby.edu)
Michael Emerson, Northpark University (moe@northpark.edu)
Jerry Park, Baylor University (jerry_park@baylor.edu)
Friday, October 25, 1:20 PM - 2:50 PM
C-1 SSSR Author Meets Critics: Congregations in Europe
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Organizer/Convener: Christophe Monnot, University of Strasbourg & University of Lausanne (christophe.monnot@unil.ch)
Author: Christophe Monnot, University of Strasbourg & University of Lausanne (christophe.monnot@unil.ch)
Co-Author: Jörg Stolz, University of Lausanne
Participants
Ryan Cragun, University of Tampa (ryantcragun@gmail.com)
Daniel Olson, Purdue University (dolson@purdue.edu)
Conrad Hackett, Pew Research Center (conradhackett@gmail.com)
C-2 RRA: Clergy Abuse of Minors: Etiology, Responses, Approaches to Prevention
Room: Sterling 1
Organizer: Anthony Blasi, Independent Scholar (j6anthonyblasi@yahoo.com)
Convener: Pierre Hegy, Adelphi University (pierre.hegy@gmail.com)
From Structural Causes toward Solutions
Anthony J. Blasi, Independent Scholar (j6anthonyblasi@yahoo.com)
Risk Factors for Sex with Parishioners among Roman Catholic Priests
Jay R. Feierman, University of New Mexico (jay.feierman84@gmail.com)
The Role of Informal Networks in the Cover-up of Clerical Sex Abuse
Anthony J. Pogorelc, St. Mary's University (apogorelc@stmarytx.edu)
Biotheology of Sex, Gender, and Relationship: Questioning the use of a Binary as a Criterion for Ordination
Roberta Meehan, Independent Scholar (ravenmirlo@yahoo.com)
C-3 RRA: Congregational Studies
Room: Sterling 7
Convener: Khari Brown, Wayne State University (kharib@wayne.edu)
Does Size Really Matter? What Do We Know about Vital Congregations?
Angie Andriot, PC(USA) Research Services (angie.andriot@pcusa.org)
Craft Churches: Understanding the Relationship Between Religious Ecologies and Religious Entrepreneurs
Mark Killian, Whitworth University (mkillian@whitworth.edu)
Co-Author: Mark Killian, Whitworth University
Congregational Networks: Understanding the Extent to Which and How Congregations Connect with Each Other
Jennifer McClure, Samford University (jmcclure@samford.edu)
Bivocational Ministry: A Study of Time‎
Mark Chapman, Tyndale University College & Seminary (mchapman@tyndale.ca)
Co-Author: James Watson, The Salvation Army
C-4 SSSR Author Meets Critics: God's Internationalists: World Vision and the Age of Evangelical Humanitarianism
Room:
Organizer/Convener: Amy Reynolds, Wheaton College (amy.reynolds@wheaton.edu)
Author: David King, Lake Institute on Faith and Giving, IUPUI (kingdp@iupui.edu)
Participants
Jill DeTemple, Southern Methodist University (detemple@smu.edu)
Janel Kragt Bakker, Memphis Theological Seminary (jbakker@memphisseminary.edu)
David Swartz, Asbury University (david.swartz@asbury.edu)
Amy Reynolds, Wheaton College (amy.reynolds@wheaton.edu)
C-5 SSSR: Dress and Religion
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Organizer: Cory Anderson, Independent scholar (dranderson@amishstudies.org)
Convener: Nina Shultz, American Theological Library Association (ninashultz@comcast.net)
Traditional Religion, Social Identity, and Semiotics of Dress: The Case of Hmongs in Vietnam
Chang-Ho Ji, La Sierra University (cji@lasierra.edu)
Faithfully Fashionable: Clergy and Clothing at a National Denominational Gathering
Erica Dollhopf, Hartford Seminary / United Church of Christ (edollhopf@hartsem.edu)
Plain Fashion: The Sleek Get-Ups of Amish Go-Getters
Cory Anderson, Independent Scholar (dranderson@amishstudies.org)
Vajrayāna Buddhism, Clothing, and Religious Symbolism
Igor Kokhan, La Sierra University (ikokhan@lasierra.edu)
Co-Author: Chang-Ho Ji, La Sierra University
C-6 SSSR: Gender and Sexuality
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Convener: Carol Ann MacGregor, Loyola University New Orleans (camacgre@loyno.edu)
Obedience is a Sure Favor: How Prison Religion Leads to Material Inequality
Rachel Ellis, University of Missouri-St. Louis (rellis@umsl.edu)
Workplace modest fashion as a form of ‘lived religion’: Women working for faith-based organisations in the UK
Kristin Aune, Centre for Trust, Peace & Social Relations, Coventry University, UK (ab8574@coventry.ac.uk)
Interfaith Experiences and their Relationship with Collegians’ Attitudes Toward Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual People
Rebecca Crandall, The Ohio State University (crandall.77@osu.edu)
Co-Author 1: Alyssa Rockenbach, North Carolina State University
Co-Author 2: Matthew Mayhew, The Ohio State University
Religious Queers Beyond Identity Conflict: Agenda for Research
Orit Avishai, Fordham University (avishai@fordham.edu)
C-7 SSSR: Mormons
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Convener: Zhuo Job Chen, (zhuoc@clemson.edu)
Living Blue in a Red Church: Experiences of Liberal Mormons
Thomas Friend, University of Texas at Dallas (thomas.friend@utdallas.edu)
Gender and Political Diversity among Latter-day Saints
Rachel Clyburn, Clemson University (rclybur@clemson.edu)
Co-Author: Laura Olson, Clemson University
Selling the Book of Mormon for Profit: Reassessing Profit Motive in the Religious Economy
Christopher Smith, Independent Scholar (chriscarrollsmith@gmail.com)
Co-Author: H. Michael Marquardt, Independent Scholar
C-8 SSSR: Racialization and Religion in the United States
Room:
Organizer: Ryon Cobb, University of Texas at Arlington (ryoncobb@gmail.com)
Convener: Michael Emerson, North Park Universirty (moe@northpark.edu)
Evangelicalism, Race, and Racial Attitudes Among Religous Affiliates
Ryon Cobb, University of Texas at Arlington (ryoncobb@gmail.com)
Religion, Race and Equal Opportunity Beliefs
Jerry Park, Baylor University (jerry.park@baylor.edu)
Co-Author: Jim Davidson, Baylor University
Trickle down inequality: an multi-level analysis of the organizational factors that shape interracial friendships
Chris Munn, IUPUI (cwmunn@iu.edu)
Religious Change and Changing Religions Among African Americans
Darren Sherkat, Southern Illinois University (sherkat@siu.edu)
Co-Author: Kristie Perry, Southern University
C-9 SSSR: Religion and Adolescence
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Convener: Todd Ferguson, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor (tferguson@umhb.edu)
Religion among American adolescents: New data, new questions
Elizabeth Sciupac, Pew Research Center (esciupac@pewresearch.org)
Co-Author: Philip Schwadel, Pew Research Center; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Family Religiosity in Adolescence and Career Aspiration Trajectories in the Transition to Adulthood
Lisa Pearce, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (ldpearce@unc.edu)
Co-Author 1: Melinda Denton, University of Texas - San Antonio
Co-Author 2: Jeremy Uecker, Baylor University
Religion and Reflexivity: How Internal Dialogue Shapes Religious Practice Across Adolescence and Young Adulthood
Michael Rotolo, University of Notre Dame (mrotolo1@nd.edu)
Relationships between Adolescent Religiosity and Different Types of Delinquency: Multiple-Group Analyses by Gender and Race
Zhen Yang, Texas Tech University (2zhen.yang@ttu.edu)
Co-Author: Alan Reifman, Texas Tech University
C-11 SSSR: Religion and Education
Room:
Convener: David Lankshear, University of Warwick (david.lankshear@msn.com)
Science Skepticism in the United States: Is there a “War on Science”?
Jonathan Hill, Calvin University (jph27@calvin.edu)
Oriented and Open: Why do non-Orthodox American Jews have such high rates of educational attainment?
Ilana Horwitz, Stanford University (ihorwitz@stanford.edu)
Co-Author: Ilana Horwitz, Stanford University
The Role of Secure Student-Teacher Attachment in Promoting Denominational Loyalty in Parochial Schools
Josue Anguiano-Vega, La Sierra University (janguian@lasierra.edu)
Co-Author 1: Josue Anguiano-Vega, La Sierra University
Co-Author 2: Chang-ho Ji, La Sierra University
Providers or Facilitators? A Continuum of Organizational Models for Multifaith Campus Chaplaincy
Elena van Stee, University of Pennsylvania (evanstee@sas.upenn.edu)
Co-Author 1: Wendy Cadge, Brandeis University
Co-Author 2: Rebecca Barton, Brandeis University
C-12 SSSR: Religious Identity, Religious Involvement, and Social Interaction
Room:
Convener: Daniel Bolger, Rice University (dan.bolger@rice.edu)
Denominational Identity and Sports Success at Christian Colleges
Daniel Allen, Baylor University (daniel_allen1@baylor.edu)
Co-Author 1: Kevin Dougherty, Baylor University
Co-Author 2: Ryan Dougherty, George Fox University
An Exploration of US Medical Students’ Moral Foundations and Professional Socialization
Aaron Franzen, Hope College (franzen@hope.edu)
Between #MeToo and the Mike Pence Rule: The Effects of Men Avoiding Cross-Gender Interaction at an Evangelical University.
Brad Christerson, Biola University (bradley.christerson@biola.edu)
Co-Author: Eundria Hill-Joseph, Biola University
The Life Trajectories of Religious College Graduates
David Sikkink, Notre Dame (dsikkink@nd.edu)
C-13 SSSR: Religious Nones
Room:
Convener: Deanna Kaplan, University of Arizona (deannamkaplan@email.arizona.edu)
The Social Influences of Religious "Nones": Analyzing the Effects of Religious Contexts on Attitudes Toward Same-Sex Marriage and Abortion
Tyler Anderson, Purdue University (ander496@purdue.edu)
The power of nones: Why secularization matters
David Voas, University College London (d.voas@ucl.ac.uk)
The Internal Homogeneity of the Religiously Unaffiliated
Simon Brauer, Duke University (simon.brauer@duke.edu)
Invisible hands: categorising religious practice in twenty-first century workplace
Mark Read, Currently unaffiliated (markread@myphone.coop)
C-14 SSSR: Sexual Minorities and Religion in the US
Room:
Convener: Olga Breskaya, University of Padova (olga.breskaya@studenti.unipd.it)
Feminism and Hostile Sexism Among the Religiously Affiliated
Amanda Hernandez, Baylor University (amanda_hernandez4@baylor.edu)
Conflicting Commitments: Sikh Converts Balance Religious and Progressive Legitimacy
Simranjit Khalsa, Rice University (skhalsa@rice.edu)
Compatible Partners?: Exploring Dating Apps for LGBTQ Christians
W. E. King, University of Washington (mxwe@uw.edu)
The Politics of Non-Confrontation: LGBTQ+ Inclusion and Sermonizing in Mainline Protestantism
Benjamin Hollenbach, University of Michigan (bhollenb@umich.edu)
Friday, October 25, 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
D-1 RRA/SSSR: Changes in Catholicism
Room: Sterling 7
Convener: Janel Bakker, Memphis Theological Seminary (jbakker@memphisseminary.edu)
Generational Findings from the National Study of Asian and Pacific Island Catholics
Stephen Cherry, University of Houston Clear Lake (scherry@flash.net)
Co-Author 1: Tricia Bruce, University of Notre Dame
Co-Author 2: Jerry Park, Baylor University
Catholic Dioceses as "Kingmakers": Analysis of bishop appointments and promotions
Catherine Hoegeman, Missouri State University (choegeman@missouristate.edu)
Stories from Flourishing Churches in Australia
Ruth Powell, National Church Life Survey Research, Charles Sturt University (rpowell@ncls.org.au)
Co-Author 1: Kathy Jacka, National Church Life Survey Research
Co-Author 2: Miriam Pepper, National Church Life Survey Research
D-2 RRA: Amish Research I: Practice
Room: Sterling 6
Organizer: Cory Anderson, Independent scholar (dranderson@amishstudies.org)
Convener: Andy Borella, University of Turin - Italy (andreaborella9@gmail.com)
Healthcare, Hate Crimes, Horse Droppings, and More! Toward an Empirically-Grounded Amish Cultural Competency Manual for Service Providers
Cory Anderson, Independent Scholar (dranderson@amishstudies.org)
Evaluation and Revision of an Instrument to Measure Attitudes Toward the Amish
Lee Decker, Truman State University (leedeck97@gmail.com)
Plain Farmer Attitudes and Behavior toward Healthcare: Professional “Scientific” Views versus Farmer Experience
Caroline Brock, University of Missouri (brockcc@missouri.edu)
Co-Author: Rebecca Schewe, Syracuse University
A Systematic Review of Research about Amish Health Practices: What We Know and Where We should Go
Lindsey Potts, Truman State University (lindsbpotts@gmail.com)
Co-Author: Cory Anderson, Independent scholar
D-4 RRA: Religion & Well-Being
Room: Sterling 8
Convener: Hannah Evans, Baylor University (Hannah_Schaefer1@baylor.edu)
Binge drinking among Christian college students: The protective effect of religiosity
Duane McBride, Andrews Univeristy (mcbride@andrews.edu)
Co-Author 1: Alina Baltazar, Andrews University
Co-Author 2: Rene Drumm, University of Southern Mississippi
Religion and Religious Tattoos
Jerome Koch, Texas Tech University (jerome.koch@ttu.edu)
Co-Author: Kevin Dougherty, Baylor University
Do Religious People Have Tattoos? Religiosity and Tattoos in a National Sample of U.S. Adults
Kevin Dougherty, Baylor University (kevin_dougherty@baylor.edu)
Co-Author: Jerome Koch, Texas Tech University
Prayer Moderates the Salubrious Association between Belief in a Supportive God and Psychological Distress among Adults with Poor Health
Kevin J. Flannelly, Center for Psychosocial Research (kjflannelly@gmail.com)
Co-Author 1: Laura T. Flannelly, Center for Psychosocial Research
Co-Author 2: Christopher G. Ellison, Department of Sociology, University of Texas at San Antonio
D-5 RRA: The Lilly Endowment’s National Initiative to Address Economic Challenges Facing Pastoral Leaders II: Clergy Personal Finances
Room: Sterling 3
Organizer: Chuck Zech, Villanova University (charles.zech@villanova.edu)
Convener: Scott Thumma, Hartford Seminary (sthumma@hartsem.edu)
Clergy Attitudes Toward Credit and Debt
Kristina Terkun Castro, Our Lady of the Lake University (ktcastro@ollusa.edu)
A Comparison of Ministers who Choose Bi-vocationality with Those Forced into It
Philip Browning Helsel, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary (phelsel@austinseminary.edu)
Owning Your Faith: Black Millennial Clergywomen and Social Entrepreneurship
Melanie Jones, Seminary of the Southwest (melaniechantejones@gmail.com)
D-6 SSSR Author Meets Critics: Worship As Community Drama
Room:
Organizer/Convener: Patricia Wittberg, CARA, Georgetown University (pwittber@iupui.edu)
Author: Pierre Hegy, Adelphi University (pierre.hegy@gmail.com)
Participants
Anthony Blasi, Tennessee State University (j6anthonyblasi@yahoo.com)
Michael McCallion, Sacred Heart Seminary, Detroit (mccallion.michael@shms.edu)
Anton Jacobs, Independent Scholar (antonkjacobs@earthlink.net)
Anthony Pogorelc, St. Mary's University, San Antonio (apogorelc@stmarytexas.edu)
David von Schlichten, Seton Hill University (vonschlichten@setonhill.edu)
D-7 SSSR: Benefits and challenges of longitudinal research in the study of religion
Room:
Organizer: Ariela Keysar, Trinity College, Hartford Connecticut (akeysar@aol.com)
Convener: Benny Beit-Hallahmi, University of Haifa, Israel (benny@psy.haifa.ac.il)
How Religious Styles Develop: Typological and Longitudinal Perspectives
Heinz Streib, Universität Bielefeld, Germany (hstreib@online.de)
Co-Author 1: Zhuo Job Chen,
Co-Author 2: Ralph W. Hood, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Video Documentation of the Serpent Handling Tradition of Appalachia: Archival Data from 35 Years of Longitudinal Study
Ralph W. Hood, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (ralph-hood@utc.edu)
Co-Author: W. Paul Williamson, Henderson State University
Tracking Religious Change Among Jewish Millennials: From Adolescence to Parenthood
Ariela Keysar, Trinity College, Hartford Connecticut (akeysar@aol.com)
Do God concepts shift along the life course for Jewish Millennials?
Nurit Novis-Deutch, University of Haifa, Israel (nurit.novis@gmail.com)
Co-Author: Ariela Keysar, Trinity College, Hartford
D-8 SSSR: Orthodox Christian Theological and Sociological Perspectives on Diversity Across Social Contexts and Institutions, Session 1
Room:
Organizer/Convener: Frances Kostarelos, Governors State University (fkostarelos@govst.edu)
Metadata Analyst
Nina Shultz, ALTA (ninashultz@comcast.net)
Learning Technologist
Eleni Tseligka, Aston University, Birmingham, UK (etseligka@yahoo.com)
‘Diversity in the Greek-Orthodox Diaspora: The Cases of Germany and Great Britain’
Georgios Trantas, Aston University, Birmingham, UK (georgios.trantas@ymail.com)
Human uniqueness in the age of strong Artificial Intelligence: a solution from Eastern Orthodox theology
Marius Dorobantu, University of Strasbourg, France (marius.dorobantu@gmail.com)
D-9 SSSR: Professional Development: Grant Funding for the Social Scientific Study of Religion
Room:
Organizer/Convener: Gerardo Marti, Davidson College (gemarti@davidson.edu)
Panelist
Edwin Aponte, Louisville Institute (eaponte@louisville-institute.org)
Panelist
Tricia Bruce, University of Notre Dame (tbruce@nd.edu)
Panelist
Grace Yukich, Quinnipiac University (grace.yukich@quinnipiac.edu)
Panelist
Gerardo Marti, Davidson College (gemarti@davidson.edu)
D-10 SSSR: Researching Spirituality and Community Life to Sharpen Philanthropic Program Work
Room:
Organizer: Mohammed Mohammed, Fetzer Institute (mmohammed@fetzer.org)
Convener: Gillian Gonda, Fetzer Institute (ggonda@fetzer.org)
Philanthropic Theory of Change and Research
Mohammed Mohammed, Fetzer Institute (mmohammed@fetzer.org)
A Research-based Communication/Engagement Strategy
Veronica Selzler, Hattaway Communications (vselzler@hattaway.com)
The Role of a Multidisciplinary Group of Expert Advisers in a Collaborative Research
Tom Smith, NORC Center for the Study of Politics and Society (smith-tom@norc.org)
D-11 SSSR: Religion and the Supernatural
Room:
Organizer: Brandon Martinez, Providence College (bmartine@providence.edu)
Bad Omens and Bad Hombres: Belief in Supernatural Evil and Attitudes Towards Immigration
Brandon Martinez, Providence University (bmartine@providence.edu)
Co-Author: Joshua Tom, Seattle Pacific University
The Flesh and The Devil: Belief in Religious Evil and Views of Sexual Morality
Joseph Baker, East Tennessee State University (bakerjo@mail.etsu.edu)
Belief in God and the Afterlife, Religious Involvement, and Attitudes toward Aging
G. Rainville, AARP (ryoncobb@gmail.com)
D-12 SSSR: V Encuentro
Room:
Convener: Ken Johnson-Mondragón, V National Encuentro of Hispanic/Latino Ministry (kjohnson@vencuentro.org)
The Demographic, Social, and Religious Contours of U.S. Hispanic/Latino Ministry
Ken Johnson-Mondragón, USCCB - V National Encuentro of Hispanic/Latino Ministry (kjohnson@vencuentro.org)
The V National Encuentro of Hispanic/Latino Ministry: Listening, Discerning, and Deciding in the U.S. Catholic Church
Hosffman Ospino, Boston College (ospinoho@bc.edu)
The V National Encuentro of Hispanic/Latino Ministry: Consultation and Research Findings from the National Event
Lynette Sáenz, Secretariat of Parish Life and Development, Catholic Diocese of Cleveland (lsaenz@dioceseofcleveland.org)
Understanding and Strengthening Hispanic/Latino Ministry in the U.S. Catholic Church Through 28 Ministerial Areas
Alejandro Aguilera-Titus, Secretariat for Cultural Diversity in the Church - United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (aaguilera-titus@usccb.org)
D-13 SSSR: Generations
Room:
Convener: David Buckley, University of Louisville (david.buckley@louisville.edu)
Middle Generation Religious Values and Patterns of their (Non)Transmission in Contemporary Lithuania
Milda Alisauskiene, Vytautas Magnus University (milda.alisauskiene@vdu.lt)
People changing or changing people? Generational effects and religious evolution in Europe
Francesco Molteni, University of Milan - Department of Social and Political Sciences (francesco.molteni@unimi.it)
Co-Author: Ferruccio Biolcati, University of Milan - Department of Social and Political Sciences
One Size Does Not Fit All: How Islamophobic Discrimination Differs by Race and Immigrant Generational-Levels
Laila Noureldin, University of Chicago (lhnoureldin@uchicago.edu)
Income, religion market failure and family intergenerational transmission of religious preferences in urban areas in Cameroon
Mathieu Juliot Mpabe Bodjongo, Centre de recherche en economie et gestion de l'université de Yaounde II (mpabebodjongo@yahoo.fr)
Friday, October 25, 4:45 PM - 5:45 PM
Friday, October 25, 4:45 PM - 5:45 PM
New Book Reception- New Book Reception
Room: Regency C
New Book Reception- Affinity Group Meetings- Graduate Student
Room: Regency E
Friday, October 25, 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
RRA Douglas Lecture- RRA Presidential Address
Room: Regency D
Friday, October 25, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
RRA- RRA Reception
Room:
Friday, October 25, 8:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Affinity Group Meetings- Affinity Group Networking Meetings
Room:
Saturday, October 26, 8:00 AM - 8:50 AM
SSSR- SSSR Business Meeting
Room: Regency B
Saturday, October 26, 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
E-1 RRA: The Lilly Endowment’s National Initiative to Address Economic Challenges Facing Pastoral Leaders I: Congregational Finances
Room: Sterling 5
Organizer: Chuck Zech, Villanova University (charles.zech@villanova.edu)
Convener: Mary Gautier, Center for Applied Research in the Apostotolate (gautierm@georgetown.edu)
Low Latino Financial Giving
Maureen Day, Franciscan School of Theology (maureenday@fst.edu)
The Space Between Lydia and Paul: Exploring Thriving Relationships Between Ministry Leaders and Donors
Kyle Small, Western Theological Seminary (kyle@westernsem.edu)
Influences on Church of God (Anderson) Congregational 'Missional' Giving
Nathan Willowby, Anderson University (njwillowby@anderson.edu)
E-2 SSSR Author Meets Critics: Addicted to Lust: Pornography in the Lives of Conservative Protestants
Room:
Organizer/Convener: Andrew Whitehead, Clemson University (alw6@clemson.edu)
Author: Samuel Perry, University of Oklahoma (samperry@ou.edu)
Participants
Kelsy Burke, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (kburke@unl.edu)
Joshua Grubbs, Bowling Green State University (grubbsj@bgsu.edu)
Courtney Irby, Illinois Wesleyan University (cirby@iwu.edu)
Amy McDowell, University of Mississippi (mcdowell@olemiss.edu)
E-3 SSSR Author Meets Critics: Jesus Saved an Ex-Con: Political Activism and Redemption after Incarceration
Room:
Organizer/Convener: Edward Flores, University of California Merced (eflores52@ucmerced.edu)
Author: Edward Flores, University of California Merced (eflores52@ucmerced.edu)
Co-Author: Jennifer Cossyleon, Johns Hopkins University
Participants
Robert Brenneman, Saint Michael's College (rbrenneman@smcvt.edu)
Rachel Ellis, University of Missouri- St. Louis (rellis@umsl.edu)
Julie Setele, Webster University (juliesetele43@webster.edu)
E-4 SSSR Author Meets Critics: Mercenaries and Missionaries: Capitalism and Catholicism in the Global South
Room:
Organizer/Convener: Audra Dugandzic, University of Notre Dame (anakas@nd.edu)
Author: Brandon Vaidyanathan, The Catholic University of America (brandonv@cua.edu)
Participants
Gary Adler, Pennsylvannia State University (gja13@psu.edu)
Richard Flory, University of Southern California (rflory@usc.edu)
Fenggang Yang, Purdue University (fyang@purdue.edu)
E-6 SSSR: Catholicism Among Latinos
Room:
Convener: Edwin Aponte, The Louisville Institute (eaponte@louisville-institute.org)
Evidence of personalization and deterritorialization of catholic parishes in Mexico City
Jesus Antonio Serrano, Catholic University Lumen Gentium (Mexico CIty) (info@pastoralurbana.info)
The Continuance of Gender Culture amid Change in Mexican-American Immigrant Catholic Contexts
Karen Michalka, University of Mary (khmichalka@umary.edu)
Co-Author: Mary Ellen Konieczny, University of Notre Dame
E-7 SSSR: Orthodox Christian Theological and Sociological Perspectives on Diversity Across Social Contexts and Institutions, Session 2
Room:
Organizer/Convener: Frances Kostarelos, Governors State University (fkostarelos@govst.edu)
Human Perfection and Profound Intellectual Disability in Eastern Orthodoxy
Petre Maican, Aberdeen University, UK (petre.maican@gmail.com)
“History, Ecclesiology, Canonicity, and Power: Ukrainian and Russian Orthodoxy after Euromaidan”
Jerry Pankhurst, Wittenberg University (jpankhurst@wittenberg.edu)
Orthodox Theology and Environmental Stewardship and Neoliberalism
Frances Kostarelos, Governors State University (fkostarelos@govst.edu)
E-8 SSSR: Presidential Theme Session on Diversifying the Study of Religion and Science Through Global Perspective
Room:
Organizer: Elaine Howard Ecklund, Rice University (ehe@rice.edu)
Professor
Fern Elsdon-Baker, University of Birmingham (f.m.elsdon-baker@bham.ac.uk)
Associate Professor
Alper Yalcinkaya, Ohio Wesleyan University (mayalcin@owu.edu)
PhD candidate
Esther Chan, Yale University (esther.chan@yale.edu)
Assistant Professor
David Johnson, University of Nevada, Reno (drj@unr.edu)
Co-Author: Elaine Ecklund, Rice University
E-9 SSSR: Professional Development Session: Doing Research with a High Teaching Load
Room:
Organizer/Convener: Gerardo Marti, Davidson College (gemarti@davidson.edu)
Panelist
Brad Christerson, Biola University (bradley.christerson@biola.edu)
Panelist
Aida I. Ramos, George Fox Univeristy (aramos@georgefox.edu)
Panelist
Todd Ferguson, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor (tferguson@umhb.edu)
E-10 SSSR: Racialized Religion
Room:
Convener: Chelsea Belanger, University of Texas at San Antonio (chelsea.belanger@knights.ucf.edu)
Religiousness, support, distal stressors, and psychological distress among Black sexual minority college students
Abigail Smack, Rhodes College (smaac-19@rhodes.edu)
Co-Author 1: Abigail Smack, Rhodes College
Co-Author 2: Tyler Lefevor, Rhodes College
Racial and Gender Expectations in Volunteer Roles
Oneya Okuwobi, The Ohio State University (okuwobi.1@osu.edu)
How Religion Matters in the Pathways to Antiracism among White Mainline Christians
Lenore Knight Johnson, Trinity Christian College (lenore.knightjohnson@trnty.edu)
LGBT Affirmative Pastors in African-American Communities: Narratives of Acceptance, Inclusivity, and Empowerment.
Terrence Lewis, West Chester university of Pennsylvania (pjlewis1971@gmail.com)
E-11 SSSR: Religion and Stress
Room:
Convener: Gina Zurlo, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (gzurlo@gordonconwell.edu)
Psychological Distress and Traumatic Life Events: The Buffering Effect of Religion
Pablo Gonzales, University of Texas at San Antonio (ummpablo@live.com)
Co-Author 1: Brandon Vaidyanathan, The Catholic University of America
Co-Author 2: Christopher Ellison, University of Texas at San Antonio
Self-Reported Experiences of Existential Isolation Among Religious Groups on a College Campus
Peter Helm, University of Arizona (phelm@email.arizona.edu)
Co-Author 1: Jeff Greenberg, University of Arizona
Co-Author 2: Uri Lifshin, Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya, Israel
Religion, Financial Strain, and ‘Deviant’ Behavior: Do Religious Factors Buffer the Effects of Financial Strain on Substance Misuse?
Colton Daniels, University of Texas at San Antonio (colton.daniels@utsa.edu)
Co-Author 1: Christopher Ellison, University of Texas at San Antonio
Co-Author 2: Xiaohe Xu, University of Texas at San Antonio
E-12 SSSR: Religion, Spirituality, and Health
Room:
Convener: Kenneth Vaughan, Baylor University (kenneth_vaughan@baylor.edu)
Updating the biopsychosocial model for musculoskeletal practice by introducing religion and spirituality dimensions into the clinical scenario
Rafael Zegarra-Parodi, A.T. Still Research Institute (rzegarraparodi@comecollaboration.org)
Co-Author 1: Jerry Draper-Rodi, Research Centre, University College of Osteopathy, London (UK)
Co-Author 2: Francesco Cerritelli, COME Collaboration, Pescara, Italy
Afterlife Belief and Psychological Distress
Matt Henderson, Union University (mhenderson@uu.edu)
“My Faith in God has Strengthened”: Examining Religious and Spiritual Changes Among Metastatic Breast Cancer Patients
Rachel Kraus, Ball State University (rmkraus@bsu.edu)
Escaping the Stigma: Does Religious Disaffiliation Improve Mental Health for People with Diagnosed Depression?
Matthew May, Oakland University (mmay2@oakland.edu)
E-13 MMSA: Glenn M. Vernon Lecturue
Room:
Convener: David Knowlton, Utah Valley University (dknowlton@uvu.edu)
Glenn M. Vernon Lecture: Pulling toward Zion: Mormonism in its Global Dimensions
Laurie Maffly-Kipp, Washington University in Saint Louis (maffly-kipp@wustl.edu)
Saturday, October 26, 10:40 AM - 12:10 PM
F-1 RRA: 2018 Qualitative Study of Catholic Campus Ministry Study: Key Findings
Room: Sterling 1
Organizer: Maureen Day, Franciscan School of Theology (maureenday@fst.edu)
Two 'Bumps' in Catholic Campus Ministry: Best Practices for Blended-Model Campuses and Young Adult Attrition
Maureen K. Day, Franciscan School of Theology (maureenday@fst.edu)
Called on Campus: Vocational Identities among Catholic Campus Ministers
Linda M. Kawentel, University of Notre Dame (lkawente@nd.edu)
Exploring Campus Ministry from a Work and Occupation Standpoint
Brian Starks, Kennesaw State University (bstarks3@kennesaw.edu)
John Schmalzbauer, Missouri State University (jschmalzbauer@missouristate.edu)
F-2 RRA/SSSR: Beyond Data Files: New and Forthcoming Features by theARDA.com
Room: Sterling 4
Organizer: Jennifer McClure, Samford University (jmcclure@samford.edu)
ARDA’s New Teaching Tools: YouTube, Maps, Modules and More
Art Farnsley, IUPUI (afarnsle@iupui.edu)
Customized Home Pages: History, Family Trees, Membership Trends, Reports and Surveys for Each Denomination
Erica Dollhopf, United Church of Christ (dollhopfe@ucc.org)
Exploring the Global Community: More Online Data, Mapping and Report Features
Kerby Goff, Pennsylvania State University (kerby.goff@psu.edu)
Measuring Religion: Introducing a Forthcoming Measurement Wizard for Scales.
Peter Hill, Biola University (peter.hill@biola.edu)
F-3 SSSR: Religion and Giving
Room:
Convener: Benjamin Hollenbach, (bhollenb@umich.edu)
Financing Charisma: How Insatiable Church Growth Bankrupted Robert H. Schuller’s Crystal Cathedral
Gerardo Marti, Davidson College (gemarti@davidson.edu)
Co-Author: Mark T. Mulder, Calvin College
The State of Religious Giving: Findings from the National Study of Congregations' Economic Practices
Chris Munn, Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy (cwmunn@iu.edu)
Co-Author 1: David King, Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
Co-Author 2: Brad Fulton, Indiana University
Cultivating Generous Congregations: How Giving Cultures Shape Religious Charitable Donations
David King, Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy (dpking@iupui.edu)
Co-Author 1: Chris Munn, Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
Co-Author 2: Brad Fulton, Indiana University
F-4 SSSR Author Meets Critics: Religion’s Relationship to Happiness, Civic Engagement and Health Around the World
Room:
Organizer/Convener: David Voas, UCL (d.voas@ucl.ac.uk)
Author: Conrad Hackett, Pew Research Center (conradhackett@gmail.com)
Participants
Phil Zuckerman, Pitzer College (phil_zuckerman@pitzer.edu)
Korie Edwards, The Ohio State University (edwards.623@osu.edu)
Linda Woodhead, Lancaster University (l.woodhead@lancaster.ac.uk)
Penny Edgell, University of Minnesota (edgell@umn.edu)
F-5 SSSR Presidential Theme Session on Diversifying the Study of Religion in the U.S. and Beyond
Room:
Organizer: Elaine Howard Ecklund, Rice University (ehe@rice.edu)
Work, Luck, and Prayer: A Global Understanding of Religiosity and People’s Sense of Control over their Success
Di Di, Rice University (dd20@rice.edu)
Religion and Social Media: Moral Attitudes among US Muslims and Jews
Sharan Mehta, Rice University (skm8@rice.edu)
Co-Author: Jauhara Ferguson, Rice University
Racialized Consequences of Individual Religious (Un)affiliation among Emerging Adults: Findings from Three Waves of the National Study of Youth and Religion Study
Julian Culver, Rice University (jc119@rice.edu)
Co-Author 1: Bob Thomson, Rice University
Co-Author 2: Tony Brown, Rice University
Producing “Colorblind” Racial Frames in the Workplace: Bringing Religion to the Table
Elaine Howard Ecklund, Rice University (ehe@rice.edu)
Co-Author 1: Sharan Mehta, Rice University
Co-Author 2: Esmeralda Salazar, Rice University
F-6 RRA/SSSR: Denominationalism, Faith, and Politics
Room: Sterling 2
Convener: Laura R Olson, CLEMSON UNIVERSITY (LAURAO@CLEMSON.EDU)
(De)regulation of Religion in the U.S. Congress (1974-2018)
J. Tobin Grant, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale (grant@siu.edu)
Co-Author: Margaret Scarsdale, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale
When the Theology Does not Match The politics: Assessment of In-Group Saliency and Criticism of In-group.
George Yancey, University of North Texas (george.yancey@unt.edu)
Rust Belt Religion: Politics and Faith in Central Wisconsin
Mark Mulder, Calvin University (mmulder@calvin.edu)
Co-Author 1: Mark Mulddr, Calvin College
Co-Author 2: Gerardo Martí, Davidson College
Preaching about Controversial Justice Issues: Analyzing Clergy Responses
Leah Schade, Lexington Theological Seminary (lschade@lextheo.edu)
Co-Author: Wayne Thompson, Carthage College
F-7 SSSR: Evangelicalism
Room:
Convener: Nancy Ammerman, Boston University (nta@bu.edu)
Korean-American Transnational Religious Identities of Tampa Korean United Methodist Church
Jeyoul Choi, University of Florida (jeyoul@ufl.edu)
Qualified Belief: Western Evangelicals and the New (Un)Orthodoxy
Sam Reimer, Crandall University (sam.reimer@crandallu.ca)
Co-Author: Sam Reimer, Crandall University
God-Fearing and Fierce Sisters in Faith: A Discourse Analysis Exploring Evangelical Feminism
Chelsea Belanger, University of Texas at San Antonio (chelsea.belanger@knights.ucf.edu)
From “Jungles of Terror” to “God Will Begin a Healing in this City”: Billy Graham, Evangelical Religious Leaders, and Suburbanization
Brian Miller, Wheaton College (brian.miller@wheaton.edu)
F-8 SSSR: Measurement Issues in the Study of Religion
Room:
A new scale for measuring tolerance
Kelsey Starr, Pew Research Center (kstarr@pewresearch.org)
Co-Author 1: Kelsey Starr, Pew Research Center
Co-Author 2: Jonathan Evans, Pew Research Center
Measuring Secularism and Spirituality in Western Europe
Kelsey Starr, Pew Research Center (kstarr@pewresearch.org)
Co-Author 1: Kelsey Starr, Pew Research Center
Co-Author 2: Neha Sahgal, Pew Research Center
The religious typology: A new way to categorize Americans by religion
Becka Alper, Pew Research Center (balper@pewresearch.org)
The Scientific Study of Secularity: Some Metrics of Polysecularity
John Shook, University at Buffalo, SUNY (jrshook@buffalo.edu)
F-9 SSSR: Religion and Health
Room:
Convener: Simon Brauer, Duke University (sgb19@duke.edu)
Relationship Strain and Psychological Well-being: Exploring the Moderating Role of Religion
Christopher G. Ellison, University of Texas—San Antonio (christopher.ellison@utsa.edu)
Co-Author 1: Reed T. DeAngelis, University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill
Co-Author 2: Pablo E. Gonzalez, University of Texas—San Antonio
Co-Author 3: Laura Upenieks, University of Texas—San Antonio
Alcohol Involved Driving Deaths and the Religious Composition of US Counties
Leah Drakeford, Louisiana State University (pdrake1@lsu.edu)
Mental Health and Self-Rated Health among South Asians in the United States: The Role of Religious Involvement in the MASALA Study
Blake Victor Kent, Harvard Medical School/Mass General Hospital (bvkent@mgh.harvard.edu)
Co-Author 1: Samuel Stroope, Louisiana State University
Co-Author 2: Alexandra E. Shields, Harvard Medical School/Mass General Hospital
Religion, Stigma, and Well-Being
Haleigh Larkin, Texas Tech University (haleigh.m.larkin@ttu.edu)
F-10 SSSR: Religion and the Lifecourse
Room:
Convener: Valentina Cantori, University of Southern California (cantori@usc.edu)
Spiritual, Religious, and Non-religious: A Longitudinal Comparison of Values Among Millennials, Gen Xers, and Baby Boomers
Vern Bengtson, University of Southern California (bengtson@usc.edu)
Co-Author 1: Vern Bengtson, University of Southern California
Co-Author 2: Merril Silverstein, Syracuse University
A Multidimensional Model of Religiosity from Adolescence through Emerging Adulthood
George Hayward, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (georgemh@live.unc.edu)
Religion, Race, and Biological Risk Among Older Adults
Ryon Cobb, University of Texas at Arlington (ryoncobb@gmail.com)
F-11 SSSR: Religion and the Response to Reactionary Politics
Room:
Organizer: Sarah MacMillen, Duquesne University (macmillens@duq.edu)
Precariat Classes and Right Wing Authoritarianism
George Lundskow, Grand Valley State University (lundskog@gvsu.edu)
Exploring Public Perceptions of Religious Extremism in Civil Wars
Jason Klocek, University of Notre Dame (jklocek@nd.edu)
Sane or Insane Religion: Catholicism into the 21st century
Sarah MacMillen, Duquesne University (macmillens@duq.edu)
F-12 SSSR: Your Neighbors’ Religions Effect on Your Religiosity, Theology, and Social and Political Attitudes
Room:
Organizer/Convener: Daniel V. A. Olson, SSSR (dolson@purdue.edu)
Does Local Religious Context Affect Parent to Child Religious Transmission?
Charissa Mikoski, Purdue University (cmikoski@purdue.edu)
Co-Author: Daniel V. A. Olson, Purdue University
Does Local Religious Context Influence Young Adult Decisions to Leave Religion?
Nicole Frame, Purdue University (nframe93@gmail.com)
Co-Author: Daniel V. A. Olson, Purdue University
The Influence of Your Neighbors’ Religions on Your Theology
Daniel V. A. Olson, Purdue University (dolson@purdue.edu)
Co-Author: Joey Marshall, Purdue University
The Influence of Your Neighbors’ Religions on Your Attitudes toward Government Spending.
Daniel V. A. Olson, Purdue University (dolson@purdue.edu)
Co-Author 1: Brian McPhail, Purdue University
Co-Author 2: Joey Marshall, Purdue University
F-13 MMSA: Mormonism, Sexuality, and Non-Traditional Marriage
Room:
Organizer: Michael Nielsen, Southern Georgia University (mnielsen@georgiasouthern.edu)
Does religious involvement moderate sexual satisfaction? A comparison analysis between those married within versus outside the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints faith
Heather Francis, Indiana University-Bloomington & The Kinsey Institute (hmfranci@indiana.edu)
Co-Author 1: Amanda Gesselman, Indiana University-Bloomington & The Kinsey Institute
Co-Author 2: Justin Garcia, Indiana University-Bloomington & The Kinsey Institute
The Relationship between Religiousness and Well-being among Sexual Minorities
Tyler Lefevor, Rhodes College (lefevort@rhodes.edu)
The Wedding March: A Potential Route to Legalising Plural Marriage in the United States
Phillippa Juliet Meek, Exeter University (pm493@exeter.ac.uk)
Saturday, October 26, 12:15 PM - 1:10 PM
SSSR- SSSR Networking Lunch
Room:
Saturday, October 26, 1:10 PM - 2:10 PM
SSSR Presidential Panel- SSSR Presidential Panel
Room:
Saturday, October 26, 2:20 PM - 3:50 PM
G-1 RRA: Mormon Women and Changing Gender Policies in the Contemporary LDS Church
Room: Sterling 3
Organizer: Gary Shepherd, Oakland University (shepherd@oakland.edu)
Tactical Revelation and (Partially) Degendered Mormonism: Making Sociological Sense of Recent LDS Prophecy
John Bartkowski, University of Texas at San Antonio (john.bartkowski@utsa.edu)
What Comes After: Exploring the Multigenerational Social Worlds of Post-Mormon Women
Christine Cusack, University of Ottawa (christinelcusack@gmail.com)
Sister Wives at the Cross Fit Gym: Bridging Conceptual and Social Divides Between Mormon Fundamentalism and the LDS
Katryn Davis, University of Nevada, Reno (katryndavis@nevada.unr.edu)
G-2 RRA: Congregational Vitality: What Contributes to It and How to Increase It
Room: Sterling 5
Organizer/Convener: Marjorie Royle, Clay Pots Research (tayloroyle@comcast.net)
Pastor Training and Talents: How Clergy Characteristics Relate to Church Vitality and Growth
Petr Cincala, Institute of Church Ministry (Research), Andrews University (cincala@andrews.edu)
How “Vital” are American Orthodox Christian Parishes?
Alexei Krindatch, Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of the USA (akrindatch@aol.com)
The Younger the Better?: How the Presence of Young Adults in Congregations Predicts Vitality
Petr Cincala, Institute of Church Ministry (Research), Andrews University (cincala@andrews.edu)
Can a Leopard Change His Spots? Helping Congregations Reach Out to New People
Marjorie Royle, Clay Pots Research (tayloroyle@comcast.net)
G-3 RRA: Amish Research II: Culture
Room: Sterling 1
Organizer: Cory Anderson, Independent scholar (dranderson@amishstudies.org)
Convener: Caroline Brock, University of Missouri (brockcc@missouri.edu)
What was an “Amish Menu” in the 1930s?
Steven Reschly, Truman State University (sdr@truman.edu)
Role Tension and Role Conflict among Kenyan Converts to the Beachy Amish-Mennonites
Melissa Janney, Truman State University (janneymelissa@gmail.com)
From Amish Country to Amish ‘Paradise’: A Multi-Situated Ethnography in Lancaster County, PA, and Sarasota, FL, Amish Settlements
Andy Borella, University of Turin - Italy (andreaborella9@gmail.com)
Amish Reality TV: A Thematic Assessment
Caitlyn Lee, Truman State University (caitlynvlee@outlook.com)
Co-Author: Cory Anderson, Independent scholar
G-4 RRA: Religion & Social Factors
Room: Sterling 4
Convener: Jonathon Wiggins, CARA, Georgetown University (jlw8@georgetown.edu)
Birds of a Feather? Why Presbyterians Do or Do Not Prefer to Be Part of a Same-Race Worshiping Community
Perry Chang, Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Research Services (perrydchang@gmail.com)
Creating Comprehensive Muslim Identity Online: Applying the P5-MSLC formula to restore Mosques Image in America
Rasheed Rabbi, eDawah (rasheed_rabbi@hotmail.com)
A Strong Religious Identity Exacerbates the Pernicious Association between Believing One has been Abandoned or Punished by God and Psychological Distress
Kevin J. Flannelly, Center for Psychosocial Research (kjflannelly@gmail.com)
Co-Author 1: Laura T. Flannelly, Center for Psychosocial Research
Co-Author 2: Christopher G. Ellison, University of Texas at San Antonio
The Kingdom of God and the Kingdom of Trump
Chase Porter, California Baptist University (cporter@calbaptist.edu)
G-5 SSSR Author Meets Critics: Migration for Mission: International Catholic Sisters in the United States
Room:
Organizer/Convener: Tom Gaunt, CARA at Georgetown University (tpg9@georgetown.edu)
Author: Mary Gautier Johnson, Trinity Washington University (johnsonma@trinitydc.edu)
Co-Author 1: Mary Gautier, CARA at Georgetown University
Co-Author 2: Patricia Wittberg, CARA at Georgetown University
Co-Author 3: Thu Do, Georgetown University
Participants
Katherine Meyer, Ohio State University (meyer.23@osu.edu)
Michael Cieslak, Rockford Catholic Diocese (Retired) (mcieslak@comcast.net)
Jaime Herrmann, African Sisters Education Collaborative (jaime.herrmann@asec-sldi.org)
Catherine Hoegeman, Missouri State University (choegeman@missouristate.edu)
G-6 SSSR Author Meets Critics: Religious Interaction Ritual: The Microsociology of the Spirit
Room:
Organizer/Convener: Andrew Whitehead, Clemson University (alw6@clemson.edu)
Author: Scott Draper, College of Idaho (sdraper@collegeofidaho.edu)
Participants
Patricia Wittberg, CARA (paw56@georgetown.edu)
Linda Woodhead, Lancaster University (l.woodhead@lancaster.ac.uk)
James Wellman, University of Washington (jwellman@uw.edu)
G-7 SSSR: Islam Outside of the U.S.
Room:
Convener: Greg Wurm, (greg.joseph11@gmail.com)
Investigating Why Western Europeans Accept Muslims, but Support at Least Some Restrictions on Muslim Women’s Religious Clothing
Kelsey Starr, Pew Research Center (kstarr@pewresearch.org)
Co-Author 1: Ariana Salazar, Pew Research Center
Co-Author 2: Kelsey Starr, Pew Research Center
Religion, Religiosity and Family Dynamics in the Islamic Republic of Iran: Correlates and Consequences
Yaghoob Foroutan, Associate Professor, University of Mazandaran & Research Associate, Waikato University (y_foroutan@yahoo.com)
Transnational practices and Religious Transmission among Mixed Unions between Muslim-born and Convert Partners
Geraldine Mossiere, Université de Montréal (geraldine.mossiere@umontreal.ca)
Islam and Capitalism: A World-Historical Evolutionary Perspective
Noha Tarek, Southern Illinois University (noha.hassan@siu.edu)
G-8 SSSR: Presidential Theme Session on Finding and Getting a Job
Room:
Organizer: Elaine Howard Ecklund, Rice University (ehe@rice.edu)
Associate director of research and senior demographer
Conrad Hackett, Pew Research Center (conradhackett@gmail.com)
Assistant professor
Nichole Phillips, Emory University (nichole.r.phillips@emory.edu)
Professor emeritus
Corwin Smidt, Calvin College (corwin.e.smidt@gmail.com)
Assistant Professor
David Johnson, University of Nevada, Reno (drj@unr.edu)
G-9 SSSR: Religion, Controversy, and Politics
Room:
Convener: Paul A Djupe, Denison University (djupe@denison.edu)
Conflicted Religionists: Measuring political backlash
Sean Bock, Harvard University (seanbock@g.harvard.edu)
Assessing Congregant Attitudes About Addressing Controversial Issues in Church
Leah Schade, Lexington Theological Seminary (lschade@lextheo.edu)
Co-Author 1: Wayne Thompson, Carthage College
Co-Author 2: Amanda Wilson Harper, Baylor University
Religious tradition, church attendance and support for Brexit and Trump: a comparative study of the British Election Study 2015-2017 and the American National Election Study 2016-2017
Siobhan McAndrew, University of Bristol, UK (siobhan.mcandrew@bristol.ac.uk)
Person Centered Religion's Effects on Voting and Political Choice
Jesse DeDeyne, Baylor University (jesse_dedeyne2@baylor.edu)
G-10 SSSR: Religion, Global Poverty, & International Development
Room:
Organizer/Convener: Stephen Offutt, Asbury Theological Seminary (stephen.offutt@asburyseminary.edu)
Making Market Women:  Catholic Cheese, Gender, and Work in Central Ecuador
Jill DeTemple, Southern Methodist University (detemple@mail.smu.edu)
Economic Programs of Christian NGOs
Amy Reynolds, Wheaton College (amy.reynolds@wheaton.edu)
Teach a Man to Fish (for Men): The Religious Projects of New Aid Actors
Allison Youatt Schnable, Indiana University (allison.schnable@gmail.com)
Trafficking Talk: Evangelical Individualism and the Structural Realities of Human Trafficking
Lisa Weaver Swartz, Asbury University (lisa.weaver.swartz@asbury.edu)
G-11 SSSR: Using the Faith Q-sort: A qualiquantological method for exploring religious subjectivities
Room:
Organizer/Convener: Nurit Novis-Deutsch, University of Haifa (nurit.novis@gmail.com)
Sexuality, stigma and religion: using the Faith Q-Set to explore religious positions among sexual minorities in Accra, Ghana
Clara Marlijn Meijer, Åbo Akademi University (mmeijer@abo.fi)
Observations on validity and reliability of the Faith Q-set in light of a global study
Peter Nynäs, Åbo Akademi University, Turku, Finland (peter.nynas@abo.fi)
How are value rankings and faith prototypes related? Findings from a global FQS study
Nurit Novis-Deutsch, University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel (nurit.novis@gmail.com)
Emerging Prototypes Among Non-Religious Millennials
Ariela Keysar, Trinity College, Hartford Connecticut (akeysar@aol.com)
Co-Author: Janne Kontala, Åbo Akademi University, Turku, Finland
G-12 SSSR: What Does it Mean to Flourish? Findings from 3 National Studies on Clergy and Congregational Flourishing
Room:
Organizer/Convener: David Eagle, Duke University (david.eagle@duke.edu)
Factors predicting different trajectories of depressive symptoms in clergy
David Eagle, Duke University (david.eagle@duke.edu)
Factors related to changes in positive mental health in clergy
Rae Jean Proeschold-Bell, Duke University (rae.jean@duke.edu)
Co-Author 1: Jia Yao, Duke University
Co-Author 2: Corey Keyes, Emory University
Flourishing Congregations & Leadership: Canadian Perceptions and Experiences
Joel Thiessen, Ambrose University (jathiessen@ambrose.edu)
Chris Adams, Azusa Pacific Seminary (chrisadams@apu.edu)
G-13 The Fourth Wave of the National Congregations Study
Room:
Organizer: Mark Chaves, Duke University (mac58@soc.duke.edu)
Introduction and Overview
Mark Chaves, Duke University (mac58@soc.duke.edu)
Co-Author: Mary Hawkins, Duke University
Worship
Joseph Roso, Duke University (joseph.roso@duke.edu)
Co-Author: Anna Holleman, Duke University
Politics
Kraig Beyerlein, University of Notre Dame (kbeyerl1@nd.edu)
Race and Ethnicity
Kevin Dougherty, Baylor University (kevin_dougherty@baylor.edu)
Co-Author: Michael Emerson, North Park University
Saturday, October 26, 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
H-1 RRA: Catholic Church in International Perspective
Room: Sterling 1
Organizer/Convener: Mary Gautier, CARA at Georgetown University (gautierm@georgetown.edu)
New International Religious Institutes in the United States since 1965: Changing the Cultural Context
Thu Do, LHC, CARA at Georgetown University (ttd9@georgetown.edu)
Forming a New Generation of Leadership for Religious Institutes
Patricia Wittberg, CARA at Georgetown University (paw56@georgetown.edu)
Co-Author 1: Michal Kramarek, CARA at Georgetown University
Co-Author 2: Mary Gautier, CARA at Georgetown University
A Comparison of Entrants into Catholic Religious Life in Nigeria and the United States
Jonathon Wiggins, CARA at Georgetown University (jlw8@georgetown.edu)
Co-Author 1: Hellen Bandiho, STH, CARA at Georgetown University
Co-Author 2: Florence Emurayeveya, EHJ, CARA at Georgetown University
A Comparative Study of Sisters’ Education Levels in Two Congregations in Tanzania
Hellen Bandiho, Saint Augustine University of Tanzania (hbandiho@yahoo.com)
H-2 RRA: College and University Academics in Applied Religious Research
Room: Sterling 5
Organizer/Convener: Mark Killian, Whitworth University (mkillian@whitworth.edu)
Panelist
Kristina I. Lizardy-Hajbi, Iliff School of Theology (klizardy@iliff.edu)
Panelist
Jennifer McClure, Samford University (jmcclure@samford.edu)
Panelist
Joel Thiessen, Ambrose University, Flourishing Congregations Institute (jathiessen@ambrose.edu)
Panelist
Katie Day, United Lutheran Seminary (kday@uls.edu)
H-3 SSSR Author Meets Critics: Secularity and Science: What Scientists Around the World Really Think About Religion
Room:
Organizer/Convener: Elaine Howard Ecklund, Rice University (ehe@rice.edu)
Author: Elaine Howard Ecklund, Rice University (ehe@rice.edu)
Co-Author 1: David Johnson, University of Nevada Reno
Co-Author 2: Brandon Vaidyanathan, Catholic University of America
Participants
Paul Froese, Baylor University (paul_froese@baylor.edu)
Jonathan Hill, Calvin University (jph27@calvin.edu)
Timothy O'Brien, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee (obrien34@uwm.edu)
Lydia Reid, Durham University (lydia.j.reid@durham.ac.uk)
H-4 SSSR: Congregations
Room:
Minorities, Extrinsic Motivations, and the Support for Interfaith Collaboration
Ramazan Kilinc, University of Nebraska at Omaha (rkilinc@unomaha.edu)
Esteeming the Spirit, Denying the Body: Terror Management Indicators of Church Organizational Self-Esteem
Scott Drabenstot, Southern Nazarene University (sdrabens@snu.edu)
Co-Author: Shelby Massey, Southern Nazarene University
Motivated Appraisals of Group Difference: How Latter-Day Saints and Evangelicals See Each Other
Peter Ryan, University of Notre Dame (pryan15@nd.edu)
Love and Fear in the Mortal Body of Believers: Existential Tradeoffs of Religious Commitment and Theological Orientations for Practices of Compassionate Love
Anna Harper, Southern Nazarene University (anharper@snu.edu)
Co-Author: Madison Palmer, Southern Nazarene University
H-5 SSSR: Ethnicity and Religion
Room:
Convener: Esther Chan, Yale University (esther.chan@yale.edu)
“Ethnic Hui” or “Muslim Hui”? Mapping Religiosity of a Chinese Minority group
Zhen Wang, Purdue University (wang3682@purdue.edu)
The Integration of science and religion in traditional healing (ethno-medicine) and faith based healing
Bernard Boyo, Daystar University (bboyo@daystar.ac.ke)
LGBTIQ Refugees Challenge Religions
Ernesto Fiocchetto, Florida International University (efioc001@fiu.edu)
H-6 SSSR: Gender, Sexuality, and Sex Education
Room:
Convener: Thomas Kern, University of Bamberg (thomas.kern@uni-bamberg.de)
What's Religion Got to do With It?: Christian Right Rhetoric about Sex Education
Tori Neal, Southern Illinois University (true.neal@siu.edu)
Co-Author: Tori Neal, Southern Illinois University
Gender and Shamanism: A Computational Model
Connor Wood, Center for Mind and Culture (connorpw@bu.edu)
Subjectivity and Pleasure: The Influence of Social Identities on Sexuality
Brianna McCaslin, University of Notre Dame (bmccasl1@nd.edu)
Sexual History, Sex and Marriage Attitudes, and Marital Satisfaction
Jesse Smith, The Pennsylvania State University (jus769@psu.edu)
H-7 SSSR: Variable Patterns of International Growth in Twenty-first Century Mormonism
Room:
Organizer: Rick Phillips, North Florida University (rick.phillips@unf.edu)
International Saints Missiological Survey (ISMS) of over 6,500 Latter-day Saints, 2012-2018
Matthew Martinich, Independent Researcher (matt.martinich@gmail.com)
Comparing Latter-day Saints in Haiti, Nicaragua, and Paraguay: Growth, Decline, and the Secular Transition
Henri Gooren, Oakland University (gooren@oakland.edu)
Costs, Tradeoffs, and Unintended Consequences of International Mormon, Seventh-day Adventist, and Jehovah’s Witness Growth, 1918-2018
David Stewart, University of Nevada, Reno (dgstewart@yahoo.com)
The Shakafication of Mormonism: A Semiotic Analysis Latter-day Saints in Hawaii
John Bartkowski, University of Texas at San Antonio (john.bartkowski@utsa.edu)
H-8 SSSR: International Mormonism: Family, Kinship and Gender in Africa and Peru
Room:
Organizer: David Knowlton, Utah Valley University (dknowlton@uvu.edu)
African Women Embracing an American-born Church: Mormonism, Gender, and Cultural Tension in the LDS Church in Botswana
Caroline Kline, Claremont Graduate University (caroline.kline@cgu.edu)
Epistemic Humility: LDS Notions of Family in Africa
Amy Hoyt, University of the Pacific (ahoyt@pacific.edu)
You Love Too Much: Pathologizing Kinship Across Mormon Colonial Encounters
Jason Palmer, University of California, Irvine (palmerjc@uci.edu)
The Family: Thoughts on the Mormon Emphasis on the Family in an International Context
David Knowlton, Utah Valley University (dknowlton@uvu.edu)
H-9 SSSR: Latino Ministries
Room:
Convener: Larry Bates, University of North Alabama (lwbates@una.edu)
Hispanic Immigration & Church in the USA: Persecution and Protection in the Federal Triangle
Jesus Alberto Valero-Matas, The University of Valladolid (valeroma@soc.uva.es)
Co-Author: Irene Valero-Oteo, Madrid Council
Volunteering among Latino members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Colombia and the USA.
Ram Cnann, University of Pennsylvania (cnaan@sp2.upenn.edu)
Co-Author: Dan Heist, University of Pennsylvania
H-10 SSSR: Modernity
Room:
Convener: Milda Alisauskiene, Vytautas Magnus University (milda@religija.lt)
Secularization, Modernization and Science Literacy
Lorenzo D'Hooge, Tilburg University (l.dhooge@uvt.nl)
Co-Author: Peter Achterberg, Tilburg University
Missionaries of Modernity: Female Protestant Missionaries and the Expansion of Female Education to non-Western Countries, 1960-2010
Kerby Goff, Penn State University (kug230@psu.edu)
Reformist Muslim Intellectuals in the United States and Multiple Modernities Framework
Serhan Tanriverdi, Loyola University Chicago (stanriverdi@luc.edu)
The Meaning of Modernity in Everyday Life
Feyza Akova, University of Notre Dame (fakova@nd.edu)
H-11 SSSR: Religion in Africa
Room:
Convener: Jualynne E Dodson, Michigan State University (dodsonj2@msu.edu)
“Touch not mine anointed…” Understanding Biblical influence on Religion and gullibility in South Africa.
Phillip Musoni, University of South Africa (emusonp@unisa.ac.za)
Religion, Public Preferences, and State-Society Relations: The Middle East and North Africa in Comparative Perspective
Sabri Ciftci, Kansas State University (ciftci@ksu.edu)
Co-Author 1: Mike Wuthrich, Kansas State University
Co-Author 2: Ammar Shamaileh, Franklin & Marshall
Touch not mine anointed…” literal reading of the Bible using African cultural lenses among the African Prophetic Churches in Zimbabwe and South Africa.
Phillip Musoni, University of South Africa (emusonp@unisa.ac.za)
Religion, Ethnicity and Voting Behaviour in Nigeria
Dodeye Williams, University of Calabar (williamsdodeye@yahoo.com)
H-12 SSSR: Worship Analysis in Local Churches
Room:
Organizer: Pierre Hegy, Adelphi University (pierre.hegy@gmail.com)
Lord of Miracles, a local Peruvian devotion changed into a national, government-fostered cult in a non-confessional State
Véronique Lecaros, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP) (vgauthier@pucp.pe)
Sunday Worship Services at Benedictine Monasteries
Paul Kasun, Universidad del Rosario, Bogotá, Colombia (frpaul@utexas.edu)
The Vatican 1& ½ Liturgies at St. Joseph’s Church
Pierre Hegy, Adelphi University (pierre.hegy@gmail.com)
DISCUSSANT
Michael McCallion, Sacred Heart Seminary, Detroit (mccallion.michael@shms.edu)
H-13 SSSR: Religion, Gender, and Sexuality
Room:
Convener: Allison DiBianca Fasoli, Middlebury College (adibiancafasoli@middlebury.edu)
Homosexuality and Attitudes in Non-Affirming Churches: the Necessity for Family-Like Friendships
Elise Hu, Washington University in St. Louis (elisezhu@wustl.edu)
Co-Author: Elise Hu, Washington University in St. Louis
Beyond Abstinence Before Marriage: Theological and Secular Reimaginations of Christian Sexual Ethics Among Divinity Students
Christine Delp, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities (delpx011@umn.edu)
Trusting Women: Analyzing Progressive Religious Responses to Anti-Abortion Legislation
Monique Moultrie, Georgia State University (mmoultrie@gsu.edu)
Lived Religion and the Gendering of Care
Catherine Holtmann, University of New Brunswick (cathy.holtmann@unb.ca)
H-14 SSSR: Religion: International, and Global
Room:
Convener: Fern Elsdon-Baker, University of Birmingham (F.M.Elsdon-Baker@bham.ac.uk)
From science-religion dialogue to heresy? Case studies in Europe and the Americas on emerging phenomena in Christian thought observed as self-secularization
Cecilia Dockendorff, Universidad de Santiago de Chile (cdocken@soles.cl)
Moral Discourse, Symbolic Boundaries, and Christian Minorities: A Comparison of Egyptian Copts and Chinese Protestants
Megan Rogers, University of Notre Dame (mroger10@nd.edu)
Co-Author: Hyun Jeong Ha, University of Notre Dame
Spirituality and mystical core in interpersonal relationships: Qualitative study of the 'deep bond'
Janki Patel, Clemson University (jankip@g.clemson.edu)
Co-Author: Job Chen, Clemson University
Spirituality and mystical core among Shamanic practitioners
Kshitija Kelkar, Clemson University (kkelkar@clemson.edu)
Co-Author: Job Chen, Clemson University
H-15 SSSR: Religious Differences Among Followers of Islam
Room:
Convener: Angie Andriot, Presbyterian Church (USA) (Angie.Andriot@pcusa.org)
A content analysis of Friday prayers of the Turkish-Islamic Union for Religious Affairs in Germany
Sarah Carol, University College Dublin (carol@wiso.uni-koeln.de)
Co-Author: Lukas Hofheinz, University of Cologne
When Violence Profits: Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) and the Quest for Recognition
Edlyne Anugwom, University of Nigeria (akommiri@gmail.com)
Co-Author: Edlyne Anugwom, University of Nigeria
Dīn, dinars, and dollar hegemony: Islamic gold projects at the twilight of the long twentieth century
Ryan Calder, Johns Hopkins University (rcalder@jhu.edu)
Doing Something Different with Difference: Negotiating Religious Difference in Muslim Congregational Settings
Valentina Cantori, University of Southern California (cantori@usc.edu)
H-16 SSSR: Spirituality in the United States and Beyond
Room:
Convener: Roman Palitsky, University of Arizona (romanp@email.arizona.edu)
Intuiting God and Satan: Mentalizing and supernatural agents
Laird Edman, Northwestern College (ledman@nwciowa.edu)
Secular Meaning-making—Neither Religiosity nor Spirituality: Non-religious Existential Meaning Exploration
Daniel G. Delaney, University of Louisville (dan.delaney@louisville.edu)
Guns Blazing: A Qualitative Exploration of the Relationship between Belief in Supernatural Evil and Gun Policy
Abigail Vegter, University of Kansas (abigailvegter@ku.edu)
Co-Author: Margaret S. Kelley, University of Kansas
Saturday, October 26, 5:45 PM - 7:00 PM
SSSR Presidential Address- SSSR: Presidential Address
Room: Regency D
Saturday, October 26, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
SSSR Reception: Celebrating 70 Years- SSSR Reception
Room:
Sunday, October 27, 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
I-1 SSSR: Catholicism in the United States
Room:
Convener: Deborah Coe, Coordinator; Presbyterian Research Services (deborah.coe@elca.org)
Preventing Veteran Suicide By Clerical Counseling: In-depth Interviews of Veterans and Clergy
Tatsushi Hirono, Austin Peay State University (hironot@apsu.edu)
The “Politics” of Wedding Ceremonies: The Case of Catholic Interfaith Couples in Mumbai, India
Namita Manohar, Brooklyn College - City University of New York (nmanohar@brooklyn.cuny.edu)
Lord of Miracles, a local Peruvian devotion changed into a national, government-fostered cult in a non-confessional State.
veronique lecaros, PUCP Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru (vgauthier@pucp.pe)
Gender Bending in the Mainstream Catholic Church Today: Unsaluted Service
Georgie Ann Weatherby, Gonzaga University (weatherb@gonzaga.edu)
I-2 SSSR: Clergy
Room:
Convener: Catherine Hoegeman, Missouri State University (CHoegeman@missouristate.edu)
Post-feminist but not post-sexist: An examination of male Anglican clergy attitudes towards women
Alex Fry, Durham University; London School of Economics & Political Science (alex.d.fry@durham.ac.uk)
From Evangelism to Social Service: The Evolution of Port Chaplaincy Around the Globe
Wendy Cadge, Brandeis University (wcadge@brandeis.edu)
Co-Author 1: Graeme Smith, University of Chichester
Co-Author 2: Nelson Turgo, Cardiff University
Striving to Belong, with Nuance: American Rabbinical Students’ Experiences of Nationality and Jewish Peoplehood in Israel
Katie Light Soloway, Mandel Center at Brandeis University (klight19@gmail.com)
The Iron Cage of the Congregation: How Organizational Pressures Push Clergy Out of the Profession
Todd Ferguson, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor (tferguson@umhb.edu)
Co-Author: Josh Packard, University of Northern Colorado
I-3 SSSR: Demographics and Social Shifts Among Catholics
Room:
Convener: Anthony Pogorelc, Institute for Policy Research and Catholic Studies Catholic University of America (apogorelc@stmarytx.edu)
Growth and Leadership Among Catholic Lay Associates in the United States and Canada
Jonathon Holland, University of Louisville (jonathon.holland@louisville.edu)
Co-Author: Brianna Weidner, University of Kentucky
The Duty to Teach: U.S. Bishops, Climate Change, and Catholic Social Teaching
Sabrina Danielsen, Creighton University (sabrinadanielsen@creighton.edu)
Co-Author 1: Sabrina Danielsen, Creighton University
Co-Author 2: Daniel DiLeo, Creighton University
Co-Author 3: Emily Burke, Creighton University
Cultivating a Catholic Neighborhood: The Benedict Option and Subcultural Identity in a Gentrifying Suburb
Audra Dugandzic, University of Notre Dame (anakas@nd.edu)
Co-Author: Audra Dugandzic, University of Notre Dame
I-4 SSSR: Family and Religious Practices Among Non-Christians
Room:
Convener: Bolaji Bateye, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife (bolaji66@yahoo.com)
Childbearing Desires in the Islamic Republic of Iran: The Place of Religion
Yaghoob Foroutan, University of Mazandaran/Waikato University (y_foroutan@yahoo.com)
Delinquency among majority and minority youths in Cologne, Mannheim (Germany) and Brussels (Belgium): The role of religion
Sarah Carol, University of Cologne (Germany) (carol@wiso.uni-koeln.de)
Co-Author 1: Freya Peez, University of Cologne
Co-Author 2: Michael Wagner, University of Cologne
Psychological Healing and Religious Practices at the Sufi Shrines of Pakistan
Iftkhar Ahmed Charan, Anhui University (iftikhar_anthropologist@yahoo.com)
Co-Author 1: Shen Xin, Anhui University
Co-Author 2: Yao Dewei, Anhui University
Spiritual Healing and Religious Practices at the Sufi Shrines of Pakistan
Iftikhar Ahmed Charan, Anhui University (iftikhar_athropologist@yahoo.com)
Co-Author 1: Shen Xin, Anhui University
Co-Author 2: Yao Dewei, Anhui University
I-5 SSSR: Immigrant Religion
Room:
Convener: Thu Do, CARA, Georgetown University (ttd9@georgetown.edu)
Living into Religious Resistance: Immigrant Experiences in the New Sanctuary Movement
Erick Berrelleza, Boston University (ebsj@bu.edu)
Loving Not All Neighbors – An Investigation of Not Wanting a Certain Religion to Move in Next Door
Rebecca Bonhag, Baylor University (rebecca_bonhag1@baylor.edu)
Co-Author: James Davidson, Baylor University
South American Millennial Migrants in Miami Configure Their Religious Identities: A Challenge for The Social Sciences of Religion.
Ernesto Fiocchetto, Florida International University (efioc001@fiu.edu)
I-6 SSSR: Measurement Issues in Religion
Room:
Convener: Daniel Allen, Baylor University (daniel_allen1@baylor.edu)
Measuring the Social Perception of Religious Freedom (SPRF)
Giuseppe Giordan, University of Padova (giuseppe.giordan@unipd.it)
Co-Author: Olga Breskaya, University of Padova
Religion in Daily Life: Using Ambulatory Assessment Methods to Diversify and Advance the Scientific Study of Religion
Deanna Kaplan, University of Arizona (deannamkaplan@email.arizona.edu)
Co-Author: Roman Palitsky, romanp@email.arizona.edu
Religiosity Reconsidered: Improving Measurements of Belief, Behavior, and Belonging
Jason Burtt, Baylor University (jason_burtt1@baylor.edu)
Co-Author 1: Jason Burtt, Baylor University
Co-Author 2: Kevin Dougherty, Baylor University
Developing and validating unidimensional measures of Awe Trait and Awe State with longitudinal data from the 2017 Great American Eclipse.
Job Chen, Clemson University (zhuoc@clemson.edu)
Co-Author: Cindy Pury, Clemson University
I-7 SSSR: Race and Religion
Room:
Convener: Monique Moultrie, (mmoultrie@gsu.edu)
Who Shares Your Pew: Intersectional Religion and Occupational Prestige
Hannah Evans, Baylor University (hannah_evans1@baylor.edu)
How Cultural Context and Personal Hardships Affect Strength of Religious Beliefs
G. Rainville, AARP (grainville@aarp.org)
Co-Author: Laura Mehegan, AARP
Religion and Intragroup Hierarchies in Progressive Activism
Jack Delehanty, Clark University (jdelehanty@clarku.edu)
Co-Author: Jack Delehanty, Clark University
I-8 SSSR: Religion and Conflict
Room:
Convener: Petr Cincala, Andrews University (cincala@andrews.edu)
"The Effect of Iraq’s Ethnic Security Dilemma On the ISIS-Kurdish Conflict"
Soran Tarkhani, Southern Illinois University (soran@siu.edu)
What’s the problem? A critical examination of contemporary research on religious conflicts
Tomas Lindgren, Umea University (tomas.lindgren@umu.se)
Co-Author: Hannes Sonnenschein, Umea University
Beyond Islamist Terrorism: Paradoxes in the state of extremism and counter-extremist measures in Bangladesh
Helal Hossain Dhali, McGill University (helal.dhali@mail.mcgill.ca)
The Association Between Narcissism and Humility: Exploring The Moderating Role of Religion
Metin Guven, Florida State University (mg18k@my.fsu.edu)
Co-Author: Metin Guven, Florida State University
I-9 SSSR: Religion and Globalization
Room:
Convener: Matt Henderson, Union University (mhenderson@uu.edu)
Tending the Hearth: Religiosity among Neo-Pagans
Leesa Kern, Otterbein University (lkern@otterbein.edu)
Co-Author: Leesa Kern, Otterbein University
Religious transmission among Mixed Couples in Quebec and Morocco : Do parents' religious beliefs and national context matter?
Josiane Le Gall, Université de Montréal, Montreal (josiane.le.gall.ccomtl@ssss.gouv.qc.ca)
Co-Author: Catherine Therrien, Al Akhawayn University, Ifrane, Morocco
Religious Liberty as Christian Nationalism or Christian Pluralism? An Analysis of Conservative Christian Political Attitudes
Andrew Lewis, University of Cincinnati (andrew.lewis@uc.edu)
Religious organization under oppressive regulation: The official and underground church in Czechoslovakia
Pavol Minarik, J. E. Purkyne University, Czech Republic (pavol.minarik@ujep.cz)
I-10 SSSR: Religion and the Transition into Adulthood
Room:
Convener: Robert Brenneman, Saint Michael's College (rbrenneman@smcvt.edu)
Using Religion as a Site for Studying Chinese Transition to Adulthood
Yongguang "Max" Xue, Purdue University (maxxue@purdue.edu)
Truth, or a more convenient truth? The changing religious identities of first-year religious minority college students
Matthew Starcke, RTI International (mstarcke@rti.org)
Co-Author 1: Matthew Starcke, RTI International
Co-Author 2: Alyssa Rockenbach, North Carolina State University
Religiosity and Students’ Engagement in Street Corruption in Indonesia
Ibnu Hadjar, Walisongo State Islamic University, Semarang, Indonesia (ibnu_hadjar@walisongo.ac.id)
I-11 SSSR: Religion Health and Well-Being
Room:
Convener: Abigail Vegter, (abigailvegter@ku.edu)
Domestic Violence and Gender Equality in Africa: A Paradigm for Family Religious Values
Mike Ushe, National Open University of Nigeria, Jabi, Abuja (mike.ushe@yahoo.com)
Religious Objection to Vaccination: act of conscience or convenient ploy?
T.L. Brink, Crafton Hills College (tlbrink@craftonhills.edu)
Co-Author: Victoria Karalun, Crafton Hills College
Religious belonging and observance as moderators of ADHD-related antisocial behavior and emotional distress
Nurit Novis-Deutsch, The university of Haifa (nurit.novis@gmail.com)
Co-Author 1: Yehuda Pollak, Hebrew University in Jerusalem
Co-Author 2: Haym Dayan, Hebrew University in Jerusalem
Recovering Theism: Three Biographical Case Studies in Alcoholics Anonymous
Paul McClure, University of Lynchburg (mcclure_pk@lynchburg.edu)
I-12 SSSR: Religion in Adulthood
Room:
Wonder in the Everyday: Its impact for Working and Retired Adults
Patricia Schoenrade, William Jewell College (schoenradp@william.jewell.edu)
Co-Author 1: Gillian Flaherty, William Jewell College
Co-Author 2: Thornton Lauren, William Jewell College
Wonder and the Senses: Where Lies the Impact?
Patricia Schoenrade, William Jewell College (schoenradp@william.jewell.edu)
Co-Author 1: Kole Wagener, William Jewell College
Co-Author 2: Tonyelle Temple, William Jewell College
Spiritual Workers in a “Gig Economy”: A Baby-Boomer Case Study
Madeline Duntley, Bowling Green State University (dmadeli@bgsu.edu)
I-13 SSSR: Religion, Spirituality, and Identity
Room:
Convener: James Glenn, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (glennjd@churchofjesuschrist.org)
Between Dark and Green Religion: The Spirituality of the Progressive Ecological Milieu in Switzerland
Christophe Monnot, Universities of Lausanne and Strasbourg (cmonnot@unistra.fr)
Co-Author 1: Irene Becci, University of Lausanne
Co-Author 2: Boris Wernli, University of Lausanne
Knowledge and Views of the Sex Abuse Crisis Among Students at a Catholic University
Craig Rivera, Niagara University (cjr@niagara.edu)
An Exploration of Social Identity Threat in Nonreligious Americans
Cameron Mackey, Ohio University (cm174018@ohio.edu)
Co-Author 1: Christopher Silver, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Co-Author 2: Ralph Hood, Jr., University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
I-14 SSSR: Religious Leaders
Room:
Convener: T.L. Brink, Crafton Hills College (TLBrink@juno.com)
The Strength of Weak Identity Among Volunteers and Staff at a Midwestern Immigration Clinic
Adam Kotanko, Purdue University (akotanko@purdue.edu)
From Conflict to Complexity: UK Church Leaders’ Responses to Science
Lydia Reid, St. John’s College, Durham University (lydia.j.reid@durham.ac.uk)
A Growing Problem: Disparities in Placement and Compensation of Clergy Women in the Kentucky Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church
Tammy Reedy-Strother, Anderson University (Indiana) (tlreedystrother@anderson.edu)
I-15 SSSR: Religious Markets
Room:
Convener: Maihemuti Dilimulati, McGill University (maihemuti.dilimulati@mail.mcgill.ca)
The Politics of Church Shopping
Andre Audette, Monmouth College (aaudette@monmouthcollege.edu)
From Mega-Church to Denomination: The Pentecostal Growing Edge of America Religion
J. Gordon Melton, Baylor University (jgordon@linkline.com)
What is a Religious Market? A New Institutional Approach to Religion
Thomas Kern, University of Bamberg (thomas.kern(at)uni-bamberg.de)
Co-Author: Insa Pruisken, University of Bamberg
I-16 SSSR: Theory and Religion
Room:
Convener: Gail Cafferata, Center for Practical Theology; Boston University (revgailc@gmail.com)
Cognitive Behavioral Theory (CBT) and the Nature of Spiritual Experience
John Calvin Chatlos, Rutgers Univeristy (chatlojc@rutgers.edu)
Straddling the visible and the invisible: Religious orientations, belief in science, and terror management
Ronald Wright, Southern Nazarene University (rwright@snu.edu)
Co-Author: Meleah Marquis, Southern Nazarene University
Two Propositions for Linking the Moral Background and Moral Cognition in the Sociology of Religion
Kerby Goff, Penn State University (kug230@psu.edu)
Theory, Digital Media, and Religious Change
Steve McMullin, Acadia University (stephen.mcmullin@acadiau.ca)
I-17 SSSR: Worship
Room:
Convener: Katherine Comeau, University of Notre Dame (kcomeau@nd.edu)
Leveraging Undergraduate Diversity to Enhance Ethnographic Research in the Study of Religion
Andrew McNeely, Texas A&M University (amcneely@tamu.edu)
Co-Author: Andrew McNeely, Texas A&M University
Holy Wells as sites of biocultural heritage in "Post-Catholic" Ireland
Celeste Ray, Sewanee: University of the South (cray@sewanee.edu)
We're not into social compliance: Sin and activism in Christian punk
Eric Strother, Anderson University (Indiana) (esstrother@anderson.edu)
Hedging Allegiance: Religious Practice and Symbolic Solidarity in Six U.S. Congregations
Scott Draper, The College of Idaho (sdraper@collegeofidaho.edu)
Sunday, October 27, 10:40 AM - 12:10 PM
J-1 SSSR: Applied Religion
Room:
Convener: Sabri Ciftci, Kansas State University (ciftci@ksu.edu)
Effect of Religious Legislation on Religious Behavior: The Ramadan Fast
Hannah Ridge, Duke University (hr58@duke.edu)
Ethnic diversity and congregational vitality
Ruth Powell, NCLS Research, Charles Sturt University (rpowell@ncls.org.au)
Co-Author: Miriam Pepper, NCLS Research, Charles Sturt University
The Semantics of Propositions and Commitments: Does “Belief In” Typically Signal Commitment While “Belief That” Typically Expresses Propositions?
Jori Lindley, Purdue University Fort Wayne (lindleyj@pfw.edu)
Co-Author: Ben Suddath, UCLA
Stereotypes about the Science of Religion
Kimberly Rios, Ohio University (kimberly.m.rios@gmail.com)
Co-Author 1: Kimberly Rios, Ohio University
Co-Author 2: Zachary C. Roth, Ohio University
J-2 RRA: Psychological Studies of Church Leaders
Room: Sterling 1
Organizer: Andrew Village, York St John University (a.village@yorksj.ac.uk)
Convener: Leslie J. Francis, University of Warwick (leslie.francis@warwick.ac.uk)
Psychological predictors of professional burnout among priests and religious sisters in Italy: The dark triad versus the bright trinity?
Giuseppe Crea, Pontifical Salesian University, Rome (crea.gius@tiscali.it)
Co-Author: Leslie J. Francis, University of Warwick
The turn toward extraversion: The changing psychological profile of Anglican clergy
Andrew Village, York St John University, UK (a.village@yorksj.ac.uk)
Co-Author 1: Leslie J. Francis, University of Warwick
Co-Author 2: David Voas, University College London
Introducing the Francis Owl-Lark Indices (FOLI): Assessing the implications of diurnal activity patterns for clergy work-related psychological health
Leslie J. Francis, University of Warwick (leslie.francis@warwick.ac.uk)
Co-Author: Andrew Village, York St John University, UK
Lay leadership in the Church of England: A study in an urban diocese
David W. Lankshear, University of Warwick, UK (david.lankshear@warwick.ac.uk)
J-3 SSSR: Religion Across the Globe
Room:
Convener: Suzanne Macaluso, Abilene Christian University (scfournier@gmail.com)
Chinese Christianity at the Contemporary Moment of Globalization
Nanlai Cao, Renmin University of China (nanlai_c@hotmail.com)
Where is the religion?: how groups shape religious influence in humanitarian aid
Katherine Comeau, University of Notre Dame (kcomeau@nd.edu)
Problematizing Contexts and Contents in the Social Scientific Study of Religion in Local-Global Contexts
Bolaji Bateye, Obafemi Awolowo University (bolaji66@yahoo.com)
Co-Author: Moyo Bateye, Obafemi Awolowo University
Religious Expectations and Religious Behaviors on the Camino de Santiago
Larry Bates, University of North Alabama (lwbates@una.edu)
Co-Author 1: Richard Hudiburg, University of North Alabama
Co-Author 2: Claudia Vance, University of North Alabama
J-4 SSSR: Religion and Democracy
Room:
Convener: Giuseppe Crea, Pontifical Salesian University of Rome (creagiuse@gmail.com)
Social roots of Kurdish intra-ethnic party system
Soran Tarkhani, Southern Illinois University (soran@siu.edu)
Who is Satisfied with Lebanon's Democracy? How Religiosity and Group Salience Condition the Relationship Between Religious Affiliation and Political Dissatisfaction.
Kenneth Vaughan, Baylor University (kenneth_vaughan@baylor.edu)
Co-Author: Kenneth Vaughan, Baylor University
Religious Openness to Secularism (ROSE): Explaining (away) the conflict between religion and science – Cross-cultural correlations and preliminary evidence from experimental studies
Randle Villanueva, Clemson University (randlev@g.clemson.edu)
Co-Author: Job Chen, Clemson University
J-5 SSSR: Religion and Global Politics
Room:
Convener: Amy Gearhart, University of Missouri (algk9d@mail.missouri.edu)
Sengwer Indigenous Beliefs that Promote Environment Conservation in the Embobut Forest (Kenya)
Isaac Mamati, Moi university (mamatikingasia@gmail.com)
Sacrifice for the Raj?: Global Sikh Voices during World War I
John Soboslai, Montclair State University (soboslaij@montclair.edu)
Globalization’s Requirements of Youth: Religious Congregations as Mediating Structures
Marquisha Lawrence Scott, University of Pennsylvania (mlscott@sp2.upenn.edu)
Co-Author: Ram Cnaan, University of Pennsylvania
Spiritual Diplomacy: Esalen, Russia, and Geopolitics
Dusty Hoesly, University of California, Santa Barbara (hoesly@ucsb.edu)
Co-Author: Marion Goldman, University of Oregon
J-6 SSSR: Religion and Identity
Room:
Convener: Jonathon Holland, University of Louisville (jonathon.holland@louisville.edu)
Jewish Identity Among Millennials in the United States: Anti-Semitism and the Construction of the Jewish Self
Janet Jacobs, University of Colorado (jacobsjl@colorado.edu)
Tolerance, Muslims and Christians: A scoping review of empirical literature
Paul Fehrman, Kent State University (pfehrman@kent.edu)
Believers, nonbelievers and tolerance: a scoping review of current empirical literature.
Paul Fehrman, Kent State University (pfehrman@kent.edu)
Why we never speak about con men (or women) in religion
Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi, University of Haifa (zmirahe@yahoo.com)
J-7 SSSR: Religion and Politics Across the Globe
Room:
Convener: Paul K. McClure, Jr., University of Lynchburg (mcclure_pk@lynchburg.edu)
American religion & its secular process: a sociological & cultural study
Jesús Alberto Valero-Matas, The University of Valladolid (valeroma@soc.uva.es)
Co-Author: Antonio Sanchez- Bayon, Bernardo O'Higgins University
"I'll see you in Valhalla:” But, is he a contemporary Pagan—a Heathen?
Helen Berger, Women's Studies Research Center, Brandeis University (haberger@brandeis.edu)
Roadblocks and Alternative Routes: Strategies State Officials Use to Navigate Tensions Between Religion and Human Rights Implementation
Shanna Corner, University of Notre Dame (scorner@nd.edu)
Reconceptualizing Belonging: What Ecumenicalism Tells Us About How Christians View Each Other
David Searcy, Southern Illinois University (searcyd@siu.edu)
Co-Author: J. Tobin Grant, Southern Illinois University
J-8 SSSR: Religion, Gender, and Exclusion
Room:
Convener: Alex Fry, London School of Economics & Political Science; Durham University (A.D.Fry@lse.ac.uk)
Women as “Dirt”: Mary Douglas, Social Exclusion and the Regulation of Women’s Bodies
Andrew Chalfoun, University of California, Los Angeles (achalfoun@g.ucla.edu)
A Qualitative Exploration of the Teenage Mother’s and Adolescent Pregnancy in Rural Areas of Sindh, Pakistan
Iftkhar Ahmed Charan, Anhui University (iftikhar_anthropologist@yahoo.com)
Co-Author 1: Shen Xin, Anhui University
Co-Author 2: Chen Hong, Anhui University
Secularization and Gender: The Effects of Women's Employment on Religious Disaffiliation in the United States
Isabella Kasselstrand, California State University, Bakersfield (ikasselstrand@gmail.com)
Co-Author 1: Brooke Whitehead, California State University, Bakersfield
Co-Author 2: David Berri, Southern Utah University
Intimate Partner Violence Among Seventh-day Adventists in Nigeria: How Victimization Relates to Religious Beliefs and Treatment Options
Rene Drumm, University of Southern Mississippi (rene.drumm@usm.edu)
Co-Author: Evans Nwaomah, Babcock University
J-9 SSSR: Religion, Politics, and Extremism
Room:
Convener: Andre Audette, Monmouth College (aaudette@monmouthcollege.edu)
Religious Politics of Boko Haram and Fulani Herdsmen Menace: A Resurgence of Islamic Fundamentalism?
Ushe Mike, National Open University of Nigeria, Jabi, Abuja, Nigeria (mik.ushe@yahoo.com)
Right-wing populism and religion: Recent Evidences from post-Milošević Serbia
Marko Vekovic, University of Belgrade, Serbia (marko.vekovic@fpn.bg.ac.rs)
“Our religion is our political activism”: The Satanic Temple’s Fight for Secularism
Mathieu Colin, University of Montreal (mathieu.colin@umontreal.ca)
Presenting a New Model of Authoritarianism
Jesse Leslie, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (scj294@mocs.utc.edu)
Co-Author 1: Ralph Hood, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Co-Author 2: Christopher Silver, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
J-10 SSSR: Secularization
Room:
Convener: Bob Thomson, Rice University (rat0019@uah.edu)
Are Americans a Counterexample to the Secularization Thesis?
Peyman Hekmatpour, University of Oklahoma (peyman.hekmatpour@ou.edu)
Co-Author: Cyrus Schleifer, University of Oklahoma
Are Agnostics More Likable Than Atheists? Attitudes Toward Agnostics
Ryan Cragun, University of Tampa (ryantcragun@gmail.com)
Co-Author 1: Alexandra Rodriguez, University of Tampa
Co-Author 2: Marcus Harvey, University of Tampa
Religious Plurality and Diversity in Nigeria's Religioscape
Benson Igboin, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Ondo State, Nigeria (bensonigboin@gmail.com)
Secularizations, Desecularizations, and their Interplay
Vyacheslav Karpov, Western Michigan University (v.karpov@wmich.edu)
J-11 SSSR: Secularization Across the World
Room:
Convener: Helal Hossain Dhali, (helal.dhali@mail.mcgill.ca)
Secularization and the “Church Organ”: A Productive Case-Study for the Advancement of the Social-Scientific Study of Secularism and Secularization
Alexander Meszler, Arizona State University (ameszler@asu.edu)
Parallel Trajectories and Theorizations of Religion and Family in the West
Greg Wurm, University of Notre Dame (gwurm@nd.edu)
Is there a Secularization Trend in the Global East?
Brian McPhail, Purdue University (bmcphail@purdue.edu)
Co-Author: Fenggang Yang, Purdue University
The losing my religion experiments: How state pressure and church taxes led to church disaffiliations between 1940 and 2000 in Germany
Joerg Stolz, University of Lausanne (joerg.stolz@unil.ch)
Co-Author 1: Detlef Pollack, University of Münster
Co-Author 2: Nan Dirk de Graaf, University of Oxford
J-12 SSSR: Sociological Theory and Religion
Room:
Parsons/Habermas, Scientific Sociology/Critical Theory, and a Natural Law Theory of Morality
Mark Gould, Haverford College (mgould@haverford.edu)
Book proposal critique: "The Church in Society: American Lutherans become a Public Church"
Leslie F. Weber Jr., Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (l-jweber@sbcglobal.net)
The New Paradigm of Religions and Cultures: A Proposal for Diversifying the Social Scientific Study of Religion for the Next Seventy Years
Pierre Hegy, Adelphi University, Garden City, NY (pierre.hegy@gmail.com)
Index
Achterberg, Peter: H-10
Adams, Chris: B-3, G-12
Adler, Gary: B-12, E-4
Aguilera-Titus, Alejandro: D-12
Ahmed, Abiya: B-5
Aitch, Gina: A-1
Akova, Feyza: A-5, H-10
Alisauskiene, Milda: D-13, H-10
Allen, Daniel: C-12, I-6
Alper, Becka: F-8
Ammerman, Nancy: A-12, B-11, F-7
Anderson, Cory: C-5, D-2, G-3
Anderson, Tyler: C-13
Andriot, Angie: C-3, H-15
Anguiano-Vega, Josue: C-11
Anugwom, Edlyne: H-15
Aponte, Edwin: D-9, E-6
Audette, Andre: I-15, J-9
Aune, Kristin: C-6
Avishai, Orit: B-1, C-6
Bailey, Karl: B-6
Baker, Joseph: A-1, D-11
Bakker, Janel: D-1
Bakker, Janel Kragt: B-1
Baltazar, Alina: D-4
Bandiho, Hellen: H-1
Bandiho, STH, Hellen: H-1
Bartkowski, John: G-1, H-7
Bartkowski, John P.: B-4
Barton, Rebecca: C-11
Bartowski, John: A-5
Bates, Larry: H-9, J-3
Bateye, Bolaji: I-4, J-3
Bateye, Moyo: J-3
Becci, Irene: I-13
Beit-Hallahmi, Benjamin: J-6
Beit-Hallahmi, Benny: D-7
Belanger, Chelsea: E-10, F-7
Bengtson, Vern: A-8, F-10
Berger, Helen: J-7
Berger, Helen A: G-1
Berrelleza, Erick: I-5
Berrelleza, SJ, Erick: B-12
Berri, David: J-8
Beyerlein, Kraig: B-8, G-13
Biolcati, Ferruccio: D-13
Blasi, Anthony: C-2, D-6
Blasi, Anthony J.: C-2
Bock, Sean: G-9
Bolger, Dan: A-6
Bolger, Daniel: C-12
Bonhag, Rebecca: I-5
Borella, Andy: D-2, G-3
Bowman, Matt: A-5
Boyo, Bernard: H-5
Brauer, Simon: C-13, F-9
Brenneman, Bob: B-7
Brenneman, Robert: E-3, I-10
Breskaya, Olga: C-14, I-6
Brink, T.L.: I-11, I-14
Brock, Caroline: D-2, G-3
Brown, Khari: C-3
Brown, Tony: F-5
Browning Helsel, Philip: D-5
Bruce, Tricia: B-7, D-1, D-9
Buckley, David: B-8, D-13
Burge, Ryan: B-8
Burke, Emily: I-3
Burke, Kelsy: E-2
Burtt, Jason: I-6
Cadge, Wendy: A-12, C-11, I-2
Cafferata, Gail: I-16
Calder, Ryan: A-4, H-15
Cantori, Valentina: F-10, H-15
Cao, Nanlai: J-3
Carol, Sarah: H-15, I-4
Casti Yeagley, Manuela: B-3
Cerritelli, Francesco: E-12
Chalfoun, Andrew: J-8
Chan, Esther: E-8, H-5
Chang, Perry: G-4
Chapman, Mark: C-3
Charan, Iftikhar Ahmed: I-4
Charan, Iftkhar Ahmed: I-4, J-8
Chatlos, John Calvin: I-16
Chaves, Mark: G-13
Chen, Job: H-14, I-6, J-4
Chen, Zhuo Job: C-7, D-7
Cherry, Stephen: D-1
Chiappari, Christopher: A-10
Choi, Jeyoul: F-7
Christerson, Brad: C-12, E-9
Cieslak, Michael: G-5
Ciftci, Sabri: H-11, J-1
Cincala, Petr: B-6, G-2, I-8
Clyburn, Rachel: C-7
Cnaan, Ram: J-5
Cnann, Ram: H-9
Cobb, Ryon: B-13, C-8, F-10
Coe, Deborah: I-1
Colin, Mathieu: J-9
Comeau, Katherine: I-17, J-3
Cornelio, Jayeel: A-11
Corner, Shanna: J-7
Cossyleon, Jennifer: E-3
Cragun, Ryan: A-5, C-1, J-10
Crandall, Rebecca: C-6
Crea, Giuseppe: J-2, J-4
Culver, Julian: F-5
Cusack, Christine: G-1
Cusack, Christine L.: B-2
Daniels, Colton: E-11
Daniels, Denise: A-6
Danielsen, Sabrina: I-3
Davidson, James: I-5
Davidson, Jim: C-8
Davis, Katryn: G-1
Day, Katie: H-2
Day, Maureen: E-1, F-1
Day, Maureen K.: F-1
Dayan, Haym: I-11
de Graaf, Nan Dirk: J-11
DeAngelis, Reed T.: F-9
Decker, Lee: D-2
DeDeyne, Jesse: G-9
Delaney, Daniel G.: H-16
Delehanty, Jack: A-3, I-7
Delp, Christine: H-13
Densley, James: A-11
Denton, Melinda: C-9
DeTemple, Jill: C-4, G-10
Dewei, Yao: I-4
Dhali, Helal Hossain: I-8, J-11
D'Hooge, Lorenzo: H-10
Di, Di: E-8, F-5
DiBianca Fasoli, Allison: A-8, H-13
DiLeo, Daniel: I-3
Dilimulati, Maihemuti: I-15
Djupe, Paul: B-8
Djupe, Paul A: G-9
Do, LHC, Thu: H-1
Do, Thu: G-5, I-5
Dockendorff, Cecilia: H-14
Dodson, Jualynne E: H-11
Dollhopf, Erica: C-5, F-2
Dorobantu, Marius: D-8
Dougherty, Kevin: C-12, D-4, G-13, I-6
Dougherty, Ryan: C-12
Drabenstot, Scott: H-4
Drakeford, Leah: F-9
Draper, Scott: G-6, I-17
Draper-Rodi, Jerry: E-12
Drumm, Rene: D-4, J-8
Drumm, René: B-6
Dugandzic, Audra: E-4, I-3
Duntley, Madeline: I-12
Durham, Matthew: A-9
Eagle, David: B-2, G-12
Ecklund, Elaine: E-8, H-3
Edgell, Penny: A-3, F-4
Edman, Laird: H-16
Edwards, Korie: F-4
Ellis, Rachel: A-11, C-6, E-3
Ellison, Christopher: E-11
Ellison, Christopher G.: D-4, F-9, G-4
Elsdon-Baker, Fern: E-8, H-14
Emerson, Michael: B-13, C-8, G-13
Emurayeveya, EHJ, Florence: H-1
Eufinger, Veronika: A-9
Evans, Hannah: D-4, I-7
Evans, Jonathan: F-8
Farnsley, Art: F-2
Fehrman, Paul: J-6
Feierman, Jay R.: C-2
Ferguson, Jauhara: F-5
Ferguson, Todd: B-10, C-9, E-9, I-2
Fichter, Stephen: B-12
Fiocchetto, Ernesto: H-5, I-5
Flaherty, Gillian: I-12
Flannelly, Kevin J.: D-4, G-4
Flannelly, Laura T.: D-4, G-4
Flores, Edward: E-3
Flory, Richard: E-4
Foroutan, Yaghoob: G-7, I-4
Fox, Jesse: A-7
Frame, Nicole: F-12
Francis, Heather: F-13
Francis, Leslie J.: J-2
Franzen, Aaron: C-12
Friend, Thomas: C-7
Froese, Paul: H-3
Fry, Alex: I-2, J-8
Fulton, Brad: F-3
Garcia, Justin: F-13
Garma Navarro, Carlos: A-10
Gaunt, Thomas: B-12
Gaunt, Tom: G-5
Gautier Johnson, Mary: G-5
Gautier, Mary: B-12, E-1, G-5, H-1
Gearhart, Amy: J-5
Gesselman, Amanda: F-13
Gilliland, Claire: B-8
Giordan, Giuseppe: I-6
Glenn, James: I-13
Goff, Kerby: F-2, H-10, I-16
Goldman, Marion: J-5
Gonda, Gillian: D-10
Gonzales, Pablo: E-11
Gonzalez, Pablo E.: F-9
Goodwin, Jamie: A-8
Gooren, Henri: A-10, H-7
Gould, Mark: J-12
Grant, J. Tobin: F-6, J-7
Greenberg, Jeff: E-11
Grettenberger, Susan E.: B-4
Grubbs, Joshua: E-2
Guth, James: B-8
Guven, Metin: I-8
Ha, Hyun Jeong: H-14
Hackett, Conrad: C-1, F-4, G-8
Hadjar, Ibnu: I-10
Harper, Anna: H-4
Hartson, Taylor: B-7
Harvey, Marcus: J-10
Hawkins, Mary: G-13
Haythorne, Trace: A-12
Hayward, George: F-10
Hegy, Pierre: C-2, D-6, H-12, J-12
Heist, Dan: H-9
Hekmatpour, Peyman: J-10
Helm, Peter: E-11
Henderson, Matt: E-12, I-9
Henderson-Platt, Andrea: B-4
Hernandez, Amanda: C-14
Herrmann, Jaime: G-5
Herzog, Patricia: A-8, B-10
Hill, Jonathan: C-11, H-3
Hill, Peter: F-2
Hill-Joseph, Eundria: C-12
Hirono, Tatsushi: I-1
Hoegeman, Catherine: D-1, G-5, I-2
Hoegeman, CSJ, Catherine: B-12
Hoesly, Dusty: J-5
Hofheinz, Lukas: H-15
Holland, Jonathon: B-11, I-3, J-6
Holleman, Anna: G-13
Hollenbach, Benjamin: C-14, F-3
Holtmann, Catherine: H-13
Hong, Chen: J-8
Hood, Jr., Ralph: I-13
Hood, Ralph: A-9, J-9
Hood, Ralph W.: D-7
Horwitz, Ilana: C-11
Howard Ecklund, Elaine: A-6, E-8, F-5, G-8, H-3
Hoyt, Amy: B-10, H-8
Hu, Elise: H-13
Hudiburg, Richard: J-3
Igboin, Benson: J-10
Irby, Courtney: E-2
Jacka, Kathy: D-1
Jacobs, Anton: D-6
Jacobs, Janet: J-6
Janney, Melissa: G-3
Ji, Chang-Ho: C-5
Ji, Chang-ho: C-11
Johnson, Andrew: A-11
Johnson, David: E-8, G-8, H-3
Johnson, Evan: B-9
Johnson, Sarah Kathleen: B-11
Johnson, Sharon D.: B-2
Johnson-Mondragón, Ken: D-12
Jones, Melanie: D-5
Juliet Meek, Phillippa: F-13
K. McClure, Jr., Paul: J-7
Kaplan, Deanna: C-13, I-6
Karalun, Victoria: I-11
Karpov, Vyacheslav: J-10
Kasselstrand, Isabella: J-8
Kasun, Paul: H-12
Kawentel, Linda M.: F-1
Kelkar, Kshitija: H-14
Kelley, Margaret S.: H-16
Kent, Blake Victor: F-9
Kern, Leesa: I-9
Kern, Thomas: H-6, I-15
Keyes, Corey: G-12
Keysar, Ariela: D-7, G-11
Khalsa, Simranjit: C-14
Kilinc, Ramazan: H-4
Killian, Mark: C-3, H-2
King, David: C-4, F-3
King, W. E.: C-14
Kline, Caroline: H-8
Klocek, Jason: F-11
Knight Johnson, Lenore: E-10
Knoll, Ben: A-5
Knowlton, David: A-10, E-13, H-8
Koch, Jerome: D-4
Kokhan, Igor: C-5
Konieczny, Mary Ellen: E-6
Kontala, Janne: G-11
Kostarelos, Frances: D-8, E-7
Kotanko, Adam: I-14
Kragt Bakker, Janel: C-4
Kramarek, Michal: H-1
Kraus, Rachel: D-11, E-12
Krindatch, Alexei: G-2
Kucinskas, Jaime: A-12
Landless, Peter: B-6
Lankshear, David: C-11
Lankshear, David W.: J-2
Larkin, Haleigh: F-9
Lauren, Thornton: I-12
Lawrence Scott, Marquisha: J-5
Le Gall, Josiane: I-9
lecaros, veronique: I-1
Lecaros, Véronique: H-12
Lee, Caitlyn: G-3
Lefevor, Tyler: E-10, F-13
Leslie, Jesse: J-9
Lewis, Andrew: I-9
Lewis, Terrence: E-10
Li, Ruiqian (Richie): B-5
Lifshin, Uri: E-11
Light Soloway, Katie: I-2
Lindgren, Tomas: I-8
Lindley, Jori: J-1
Lizardy-Hajbi, Kristina: A-1
Lizardy-Hajbi, Kristina I.: H-2
Lundskow, George: F-11
Macaluso, Suzanne: J-3
MacGregor, Carol Ann: C-6
Mackey, Cameron: I-13
MacMillen, Sarah: F-11
Maffly-Kipp, Laurie: E-13
Maican, Petre: E-7
Mamati, Isaac: J-5
Manohar, Namita: I-1
Manzano, Emily: A-9
Marquardt, H. Michael: C-7
Marquis, Meleah: I-16
Marshall, Joey: F-12
Marti, Gerardo: D-9, E-9, F-3
Martí, Gerardo: F-6
Martinez, Brandon: D-11
Martinich, Matthew: H-7
Massey, Shelby: H-4
May, Matthew: B-10, E-12
Mayhew, Matthew: C-6
McAndrew, Siobhan: A-8, G-9
McBride, Duane: B-6, D-4
McCallion, Michael: D-6, H-12
McCaslin, Brianna: H-6
McClure, Jennifer: B-10, C-3, F-2, H-2
McClure, Paul: I-11
McDowell, Amy: E-2
McGregor, Carol Ann: B-12
McMullin, Steve: A-1, I-16
McNamara Barry, Carolyn: A-8
McNeely, Andrew: I-17
McPhail, Brian: F-12, J-11
Medina, Erron: A-11
Meehan, Roberta: C-2
Mehegan, Laura: I-7
Mehta, Sharan: F-5
Meijer, Clara Marlijn: G-11
Melton, J. Gordon: I-15
Meszler, Alexander: J-11
Meyer, Katherine: G-5
Michalka, Karen: E-6
Michalka, Karen Hooge: F-11
Mike, Ushe: J-9
Mikoski, Charissa: F-12
Miller, Brian: B-7, F-7
Minarik, Pavol: I-9
Mohamed, Besheer: A-4
Mohammed, Besheer: B-13
Mohammed, Mohammed: D-10
Molteni, Francesco: D-13
Monnot, Christophe: C-1, I-13
Mossiere, Geraldine: G-7
Moultrie, Monique: H-13, I-7
Mpabe Bodjongo, Mathieu Juliot: D-13
Mulddr, Mark: F-6
Mulder, Mark: B-4, F-6
Mulder, Mark T.: F-3
Munn, Chris: C-8, F-3
Musoni, Phillip: H-11
Nason-Clark, Nancy: A-1
Neal, Tori: H-6
Nielsen, Michael: F-13
Noureldin, Laila: D-13
Novis-Deutch, Nurit: D-7
Novis-Deutsch, Nurit: G-11, I-11
Nwaomah, Evans: J-8
Nynäs, Peter: G-11
O'Brien, Timothy: H-3
Offutt, Stephen: G-10
Okhotnikov, Ilya: B-2
Okuwobi, Oneya: E-10, F-5
Olson, Daniel: C-1
Olson, Daniel V. A.: F-12
Olson, Laura: C-7
Olson, Laura R: F-6
Ospino, Hosffman: D-12
Oxhandler, Holly: A-1
Packard, Josh: I-2
Palitsky, Roman: A-7, H-16, I-6
Palmer, Jason: H-8
Palmer, Madison: H-4
Pankhurst, Jerry: E-7
Park, Jerry: B-13, C-8, D-1
Patel, Janki: H-14
Pearce, Lisa: C-9
Peez, Freya: I-4
Pepper, Miriam: D-1, J-1
Perl, Paul: B-12
Perry, Kristie: C-8
Perry, Sam: A-3
Perry, Samuel: E-2
Phillips, Nichole: B-13, G-8
Phillips, Rick: A-5, H-7
Pickard, Joseph: A-1, B-2
Pogorelc, Anthony: D-6, I-3
Pogorelc, Anthony J.: C-2
Pogorelc, PSS, Anthony: B-12
Pollack, Detlef: J-11
Pollak, Yehuda: I-11
Polson, Edward: A-1
Porter, Chase: G-4
Potts, Lindsey: D-2
Powell, Ruth: A-2, D-1, J-1
Proeschold-Bell, Rae Jean: G-12
Pruisken, Insa: I-15
Pury, Cindy: I-6
Rabbi, Rasheed: G-4
Rainville, G.: D-11, I-7
Ramos, Aida I.: B-4, E-9
Ray, Celeste: I-17
Read, Mark: C-13
Reedy-Strother, Tammy: I-14
Reid, Lydia: H-3, I-14
Reifman, Alan: C-9
Reimer, Sam: A-2, F-7
Reschly, Steven: G-3
Reynolds, Amy: C-4, G-10
Richards, Lindsay: A-8
Ricucci, Roberta: A-4
Ridge, Hannah: A-4, J-1
Riess, Jana: A-5
Rios, Kimberly: B-9, J-1
Rivera, Craig: I-13
Rockenbach, Alyssa: C-6, I-10
Rodriguez, Alexandra: J-10
Rogers, Megan: H-14
Rompola, Sarah: B-3
Roso, Joseph: G-13
Roth, Zachary: B-9
Roth, Zachary C.: J-1
Rotolo, Michael: C-9
Royle, Marjorie: G-2
Ryan, Peter: H-4
Sáenz, Lynette: D-12
Sahgal, Neha: F-8
Salazar, Ariana: G-7
Salazar, Esmeralda: F-5
Salazar, Esmeralda Sanchez: B-5
Sanchez- Bayon, Antonio: J-7
Scarsdale, Margaret: F-6
Schade, Leah: F-6, G-9
Schaefer, Donovan: A-7
Schewe, Rebecca: D-2
Schleifer, Cyrus: J-10
Schmalzbauer, John: F-1
Schneider, Rachel: A-6
Schoenrade, Patricia: I-12
Schwadel, Philip: C-9
Sciupac, Elizabeth: C-9
Seah, Audrey: B-11
Searcy, David: J-7
Selzler, Veronica: D-10
Serrano, Jesus Antonio: E-6
Setele, Julie: E-3
Shah, Sarah: A-4
Shamaileh, Ammar: H-11
Sheikh, Christine: B-5
Shepherd, Gary: G-1
Sherkat, Darren: C-8
Shields, Alexandra E.: F-9
Shirck, Daimianna: A-9
Shook, John: F-8
Shultz, Nina: C-5, D-8
Sikkink, David: C-12, G-8
Silver, Christopher: A-9, I-13, J-9
Silverstein, Merril: F-10
Smack, Abigail: E-10
Small, Kyle: E-1
Smidt, Corwin: B-8, G-8
Smith, Buster: B-10
Smith, Christopher: C-7
Smith, Graeme: I-2
Smith, Jesse: H-6
Smith, Tom: D-10
Soboslai, John: J-5
Sonnenschein, Hannes: I-8
Starcke, Matthew: I-10
Starks, Brian: F-1
Starr, Kelsey: F-8, G-7
Steensland, Brian: A-12
Stewart, David: H-7
Stewart, Evan: A-3
Stolz, Joerg: J-11
Stolz, Jörg: C-1
Streib, Heinz: A-9, D-7
Stroope, Samuel: F-9
Strother, Eric: I-17
Stroud, Beth: A-12
Suddath, Ben: J-1
Sullivan, Daniel: A-7
Sun, Anna: A-12
Swartz, David: C-4
Tanriverdi, Serhan: H-10
Tarek, Noha: G-7
Tarkhani, Soran: I-8, J-4
Temple, Tonyelle: I-12
Terkun Castro, Kristina: D-5
Theis, Alexandra: A-9
Therrien, Catherine: I-9
Thiessen, Joel: A-2, G-12, H-2
Thompson, Wayne: F-6, G-9
Thomson, Bob: A-6, F-5, J-10
Thumma, Scott: D-5
Tinsley, Cleve: A-6
Tom, Joshua: D-11
Toosi, Negin: B-9
Towsend Gilkes, Cheryl: B-13
Trantas, Georgios: D-8
Trecartin, Shannon: B-6
Trim, David: B-6
Tseligka, Eleni: D-8
Turgo, Nelson: I-2
Uecker, Jeremy: C-9
Upenieks, Laura: F-9
Ushe, Mike: I-11
Vaidyanathan, Brandon: E-11, E-4, H-3
Valero-Matas, Jesus Alberto: H-9
Valero-Matas, Jesús Alberto: J-7
Valero-Oteo, Irene: H-9
van Stee, Elena: C-11
Vance, Claudia: J-3
Vaughan, Kenneth: E-12, J-4
Vegter, Abigail: H-16, I-11
Vekovic, Marko: J-9
Village, Andrew: J-2
Villanueva, Randle: J-4
Voas, David: A-2, C-13, F-4, J-2
von Schlichten, David: D-6
Wagener, Kole: I-12
Wagner, Michael: I-4
Wang, Zhen: H-5
Watson, James: C-3
Weatherby, Georgie Ann: I-1
Weaver Swartz, Lisa: G-10
Weber Jr., Leslie F.: J-12
Weidner, Brianna: I-3
Wellman, James: G-6
Wellman, James K: H-12
Wellman, Joseph: B-9
Wernli, Boris: I-13
Whitehead, Andrew: A-3, E-2, G-6
Whitehead, Brooke: J-8
Wiggins, Jonathon: B-1, G-4, H-1
Wilkins, Clara: B-9
Williams, Dodeye: H-11
Williams, Roman: B-7
Williams, Shi-Lai: B-2
Williamson, W. Paul: D-7
Willowby, Nathan: E-1
Wilson Harper, Amanda: G-9
Wittberg, Patricia: D-6, G-5, G-6, H-1
Wood, Connor: B-1, H-6
Wood, Nathan: B-2
Woodhead, Linda: F-4, G-6
Wright, Ronald: I-16
Wurm, Greg: G-7, J-11
Wuthrich, Mike: H-11
Xin, Shen: I-4, J-8
Xu, Xiaohe: E-11
Xue, Yongguang "Max": I-10
Yalcinkaya, Alper: E-8
Yancey, George: F-6
Yang, Fenggang: E-4, J-11
Yang, Zhen: C-9
Yao, Jia: G-12
Yildirim, A.Kadir: B-5
Youatt Schnable, Allison: G-10
Yukich, Grace: B-1, D-9
Zech, Chuck: D-5, E-1
Zegarra-Parodi, Rafael: E-12
Zonio, Henry: A-8
Zuckerman, Phil: F-4
Zurlo, Gina: E-11