L. Benjamin Rolsky
Research Fellow Lehigh University College of Arts and Sciences
Field of Study: Religion
L. Benjamin Rolsky received his PhD from Drew University in American Religious Studies. His work has appeared in a variety of academic and popular venues including Method and Theory in the Study of Religion and the Journal of the American Academy of Religion as well as The Christian Century, The Marginalia Review of Books, The Los Angeles Review of Books, and the Religion and Culture Forum at the University of Chicago. He is currently a Research Fellow at Lehigh University and an Adjunct Instructor at Monmouth University and Rutgers University. His research and teaching interests include religion and politics, the study of popular culture, and critical theory. At present, Rolsky is completing a manuscript entitled, The Spiritual Politics of Religious Liberalism, which is under contract with Columbia University Press. Once complete, he plans to begin research on a second book project that examines the history of the Christian Right, and those who have studied it, across the 20th century.