The Coptic Christian Tradition Workshop, Feb. 6 at Baylor, featuring presentations from Philip Jenkins, Paul Dilley… https://t.co/sXcODHp6U3
The Danger of Politicized Pastors https://t.co/Cn89nrdZo2 Thomas Kidd @TGC
Bad (Though Not Entirely Bad) Pro-Life Arguments https://t.co/TjjSn9eK3I @fbeckwith via @PublicDiscourse @WitherspoonInst
Coming on Thursday - @JemarTisby lecture at @Baylor - "How to Fight Racism" - register here to attend! https://t.co/R2vSn8oHG6
After 24 Years, Robert Alter Completes 3,000-Page Translation Of The Hebrew Bible https://t.co/NUj7mLMkQt @NPR
RFI Report Highlights the Critical Need for Decisive Action to Provide Security and Support for Religious Minority… https://t.co/BlcjWdjbs4
How high is your constitutional IQ? https://t.co/9zSo4SXs8q Philip Jenkins, @spectator
Remembering Gary Knoppers (1956-2018) https://t.co/awymHBTBlc Philip Jenkins via @anxious_bench @PatheosEvang
Missionaries from the global south try to save the godless West https://t.co/RmuC3wZiyl via @TheEconomist
One week from today: @JemarTisby lecture at @Baylor - "How to Fight Racism" https://t.co/R2vSn8oHG6 #ColorofCompromise

Woodberry, Robert

WithBookshelfResearch Associate Professor
Baylor University Institute for Studies of Religion

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Robert D. Woodberry is director of the Project on Religion and Economic Change and a senior research professor at Baylor University. Most of his research uses comparative historical and statistical methods to analyze the long-term social impact of missions and religious change on societies around the world. However, he also studies optimal ways to measure and sample religious groups on surveys. His research appears in the American Sociological Review, Annual Review of Sociology, American Political Science Review and elsewhere, and has won fifteen academic awards – including the Luebbert Award for Best Article in Comparative Politics (2013) from the American Political Science Association, and the Best Article in Global and Transnational Sociology (2014) from the American Sociological Association.