The Institute for Policy Research & Catholic Studies at The Catholic University of America is a community of scholars and researchers engaged in the analysis of public policy issues related to Catholic social thought.
Education Archivist at the American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives, where she manages educational programs related to the American Catholic experience.
Expert on: U.S. society and culture in the 1920-1950 period, and American Catholic life
Expert on: the manner in which young people become politically engaged; he focuses on the policies that can enhance the civic engagement of young people, with contributors from the fields of political science, civic education, developmental psychology and sociology.
Expert on: the gender structure of educational and occupational systems in a comparative context
Expert on: Catholic social thought, with a special interest in human rights, solidarity and questions of global health and human rights
Expert on: sociology of knowledge, religion and social change, civil societies, and citizenship and identity in postcolonial societies
Expert on: Security, Peace Studies, Just Peace, U.S. Foreign Policy, Terrorism, Globalization, and The Problem of Sovereignty
Expert on: Political philosophy, with special emphases on 18th century American political thought and on contemporary continental political theory; recent work has focused on the role of religion in democracy
3rd Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom for the United States of America
Expert on: just war theory, bioethics, the history of moral theology, and political liberalism
Expert on: advocacy and social change practice within nonprofit human service organizations; social change leadership development within grassroots communities and human service agencies; asset-based community development; and strategies to end homelessness
Expert on: Religion and religious conflict, Mexican and Latin American history since the 16th century, global migrations, religion and diaspora, and the history of Mexican migration to the United States since the mid 1800s
Expert on: congressional politics, U.S. elections, political leadership, and the development of political institutions in the United States
Expert on: social anthropology, political anthropology, religion, language & culture, the information society, social theory, the Middle East, Islam
Expert on: Religion and Culture, Ethics in Immigration, Citizenship, and Multiculturalism
Expert on: Sociology of Religion, Religion and Politics, Catholicism
IPR Fellow Dennis Coyle was in France during the terror attacks in Paris. You can read his reflections here.