Religion and Politics in Comparative Perspective: Revival of Religious Fundamentalism in East and West

By Bronislaw Misztal; Anson Shupe | Go to book overview

ABOUT THE EDITORS AND CONTRIBUTORS

BRUCE BARRON has focused his research on charismatic and evangelical Christians in contemporary America, including their political implications. He holds a Ph.D. in religion from the University of Pittsburgh and has also worked as a congressional aide. His books include The Health and Wealth Gospel and a forthcoming volume on the Christian Reconstruction Movement.

MICHAEL DODSON is Professor of Political Science at Texas Christian University. He is coauthor of Let My People Live and Nicaragua's Other Revolution, and has published numerous research articles on religion and politics in Latin America. In 1985 he was a Fulbright Senior Lecturer in Great Britain.

RAYMOND A. EVE is Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Texas at Arlington. He teaches and conducts research in the areas of collective behavior and social movements, criminology and deviant behavior, and education (among others). In addition to authoring numerous professional articles, he is coeditor (with Francis B. Harrold) of Cult Archaeology and Creationism: Explaining Pseudoscientific Beliefs about the Past.

KRZYSZTOF GORLACH is Assistant Professor of Sociology at jagiellonian University. His areas of expertise include rural sociology, social movements, and research on social structure. He is the author of Peasant Question and Polish Sociology and coauthor of Peasants in Contemporary Poland: Agents or Outsiders of Social Processes.

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