Dr. Rolsky is pleased to announce the forthcoming monograph: Norman Lear and the Spiritual Politics of the Religious Left. Under contract with Columbia University Press (CUP).
Dr. Rolsky has also recently been appointed Research Fellow in the Religion Studies Department at Lehigh University, Adjunct Instructor in the History and Anthropology Department at Monmouth University, and a Part Time Lecturer in the Religion Department at Rutgers University.
Dr. Rolsky will have the pleasure of speaking at Religion and Its Many American Publics, a symposium held at Lehigh University that “brings together an eclectic mix of scholars for innovative roundtables on key themes in studying religion as a public production—and studying religion in public at the turn of the twenty-first century.” Click HERE to register.
Happy to Announce my forthcoming Publication: A Review of Kevin Kruse and Julian Zelizer’s Fault Lines: A History of the United States Since 1974 at the Los Angeles Review of Books
Check out my latest publication(s): a Review of Robert Wuthnow's The LEft Behind at The Los Angeles Review of BOoks
a Web essay on the millennial religiosity of hip-hop artist Kendrick Lamar, and the Ways in which we study religion and Hip Hop
An “off the cuff’ reflection on teaching with the immanent frame
L. Benjamin Rolsky received his PhD in American Religious Studies from Drew University. This is his website, a record of things published and taught, illustrated and illuminated, documented and argued. It will be of interest to those who think about culture, religion, and the popular as interrelated social phenomena.
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