Visiting Faculty/Post-Docs

Visiting Faculty

Shuqin Yang, Guest Associate Professor, Center for the Study or Religion and Society

Shuqin Yang, Guest Associate Professor, Center for the Study or Religion and Society

Research Interests: Cross Cultural Interaction and Evangelical Movements, House Church in China, Community Conflicts in China, Spirituality of Youth

Post-Doctoral Fellows

Shanna Corner, Global Religion Research Initiative Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Center for the Study of Religion and Society

Shanna Corner, Global Religion Research Initiative Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Center for the Study of Religion and Society

Additional Affiliation: Post-Doctoral Affiliate, Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights
scorner@nd.edu
Research Interests: Global and transnational sociology, cultural sociology, political culture, human rights, law and society, gender, religion, intergovernmental organizations, comparative-historical sociology

NaYoung Hwang, Ph.D., CREO Postdoctoral Research Associate

NaYoung Hwang, Ph.D., CREO Postdoctoral Research Associate

4101 Jenkins Nanovic Halls
574-631-8294
nhwang@nd.edu
Website
Research Interests: Inequality & Stratification in Education, Adolescent Development, & Education Policy

Jason Klocek, Global Religion Research Initiative Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Center for the Study of Religion and Society

Jason Klocek, Global Religion Research Initiative Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Center for the Study of Religion and Society

4019 Jenkins-Nanovic
jklocek@berkeley.edu
Website
Research Interests: Religion in Conflict, State Counterinsurgency and Repression, and Civil Wars and Political Violence

Nathanael  Sumaktoyo, Global Religion Research Initiative Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Center for the Study of Religion and Society

Nathanael Sumaktoyo, Global Religion Research Initiative Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Center for the Study of Religion and Society

4019 Jenkins-Nanovic
Nathanael.G.Sumaktoyo.1@nd.edu
Website
Research Interests: Religion and Politics, Voting Behavior, Political Psychology, and Social Networks