Juhem Navarro-Rivera will present a paper that he co-authored on the representation of women’s interests in the Puerto Rican legislature.
Robert P. Jones, Public Religion Research Institute, Presiding Theme: The Big Picture: Understanding the Global Religious Landscape Panelists: Conrad Hackett, Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life James Bell, Pew Research Center Brian Grim, Pew Research Center Responding: Timothy S. Shah, Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life Mark Tessler, University of Michigan
Erik Owens, Boston College, Presiding Theme: Roundtable: Insights from the 2013 Religion, Values, and Immigration Survey Panelists: Robert P. Jones, Public Religion Research Institute E.J. Dionne, Brookings Institute, Washington Post Kristin Heyer, Santa Clara University Manuel A. Vasquez, University of Florida William Galston, Brookings Institution
Who Counts as White Working-Class? A Proposal for a New Approach Daniel Cox [presenter], Juhem Navarro-Rivera, Robert P. Jones Abstract: The influence of the white working-class on American culture and politics is difficult to overstate. Although arguably facing a decline in political clout, white working class Americans still retain an outsized influence in many important battleground states. Their support was pivotal for Obama in states like Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania…. more
On May 1, 2013, the Center of Migration Studies and the Safe Passage Project at New York Law School will host a dialogue on the results of a national survey on immigration, national identity, values, and cultural issues in the United States.
Dr. Robert P. Jones, PRRI CEO, will deliver a presentation on PRRI research on marriage equality and immigration at the Religious Action Center for Reform Judaism’s biennial “Consultation on Conscience.”