Daniel Escher, graduate student, sociology department, University of Notre Dame
Escher’s areas of interests include: sociology of religion, gender, social psychology, rural sociology, and environment
Escher received his M.Div. from Princeton Theological Seminary and his B.A degrees (with college honors) from University of Washington in international studies and Spanish). His research interests include religion, gender, and small towns. Working with Dr. Mary Ellen Konieczny (assistant professor of sociology, University of Notre Dame) and colleagues, he is conducting a project to interview pastors and congregants on their views of marriage and conflict.