Religious Accommodations and “Equal But Different” Citizenship
The Institute for Religion, Culture, and Public Life (IRCPL) presents Populism and Religion lecture series from Rogers Smith (Associate Dean for the Social Sciences and Professor of Political Science at UPenn).
A note from Jean Cohen, project organizer:
Everyone seems to be writing on populism these days, which is unsurprising given the global rise of populist movements, parties, and leaders. But the relationship of populism to religion remains understudied. In response, IRCPL has organized a three-part speaker series on Populism and Religion. With this series, we aim to illuminate the broad yet distinctive nature of populism(s) by analyzing their region-specific histories, the religious posturing of populist groups on both sides of the political spectrum, and the unique rhetorics used by populist movements to appeal to the general public.