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Must-Attend Event at Nat'l Press Club

Catholic University’s Institute for Policy Research & Catholic Studies, where I am a visiting fellow, is teaming up with the good people at the Public Religion Research Institute for a panel discussion on the role of religion in the 2012 election at the National Press Club, January 30, from 9:30-11:00 a.m.
The panel will be moderated by Barbara Bradley Hagerty, an author and National Religion Correspondent for NPR and will include:
•tDr. Melissa Deckman, Associate Professor of Political Science and Louis L. Goldstein Associate Professor of Public Affairs at Washington College
•tDr. Robert P. Jones, CEO, Public Religion Research Institute
•tDr. Mark Rozell, Professor of Public Policy at George Mason University
•tDr. Stephen Schneck, Director of the Institute for Policy Research and Catholic Studies at The Catholic University of America
The event will also mark the publication of Professor Rozell’s book, Religion and the American Presidency. It is sure to be a lively discussion. For details and to register for the event, go to the registration page here.

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