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Anthony J. Gill

black hat MGH-croppedDistinguished Senior Fellow, Church-State
Professor of Political Science, University of Washington

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Anthony Gill is Professor of Political Science at the University of Washington.  He is the host of the Research on Religion Podcast that is supported by the Institute for Studies of Religion. He is author of Rendering Unto Caesar: The Catholic Church and the State in Latin America (Chicago 1998) and The Political Origins of Religious Liberty (Cambridge 2007). His research centers around church-state interactions and issues of religious freedom. Prof. Gill is currently studying how government welfare expenditures affect church attendance, how local land use regulations affect religious institutions, and the growing gap between religious and secular voters in the United States. He has presented his research at various universities including Harvard, Princeton, Emory, Duke, UCLA, MCGill, Koc University (Istanbul) and (of course) Baylor.

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