Speaker - Kathleen Flake

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Kathleen Flake is Associate Professor of American Religious History, Vanderbilt University Graduate Department of Religion and Divinity School. Her subject area expertise is in the area of adaptive strategies of American religions and constitutional questions of church and state. She recently published The Politics of Religious Identity: the Seating of Senator Reed Smoot, Mormon Apostle with University of North Carolina Press. Flake practiced law for fifteen years in Washington, D.C., litigating civil rights and tort actions on behalf of the federal government. Frequently invited to comment on Mormonism in the news, she is also a panelist for the Washington Post/Newsweek' s "On Faith" blog.

2 Programs

The Theological Significance of Gender and Sex

02.25.12 | 00:56:19 min | 0 comments

Mormonism & American Politics: Early Encounters

11.09.07 | 02:00:17 min | 4 comments