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Secular Left vs. Religious Right?

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Location: Virtual and in-person in Washington, DC

A Discussion of Secular Surge: A New Fault line in American Politics

Rooney Center event Secular Surge

American society is rapidly secularizing–a radical departure from its historically high level of religiosity–and politics is a big part of the reason. Join us for a discussion about what this trend means for American politics and society. 

Featured speakers

You can attend this event in-person or virtually. Registration is required for both options. 

Thursday, Oct. 14
4–5:30 p.m.
Refreshments provided

Keough School of Global Affairs Washington Office
1400 16th St. NW
Suite 120
Washington, DC

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In compliance with District of Columbia Mask Guidance, attendees (including fully vaccinated people) will be required to wear face masks.

Featured speakers

David Campbell

David Campbell

Packey J. Dee Professor of American Democracy

University of Notre Dame


Rachel Deitch

Rachel Deitch

Policy and Social Justice Director

The American Humanist Association


Emma Green

Emma Green

Staff Writer

The Atlantic

John Green

John Green

Director, Ray C. Bliss Institute for Applied Politics

University of Akron


Geoff Layman

Geoffrey Layman

Professor of Political Science

University of Notre Dame


Moderator

Maura Policelli

Maura Policelli

Executive Director

Keough School Washington Office


Sponsors

Presented by the University of Notre Dame’s Francis and Kathleen Rooney Center for the Study of American Democracy. Co-sponsored by the Ansari Institute for Global Engagement with Religion, part of Notre Dame's Keough School of Global Affairs. 

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Originally published at rooneycenter.nd.edu.