Associate Professor of American Religions, Claremont Graduate University
Field of Study: Religion and Society
Daniel Ramírez is Associate Professor of American Religions at Claremont Graduate University. Ramírez previously taught at the University of Michigan and Arizona State University. His research interests lie in U.S. and Latin American religious history and culture and the Reformation en español. Ramírez has taught a vast range of courses within these broad fields, including American Evangelicalisms and Fundamentalisms; Religion, Migration, and Transnationalism; History of the Hispanic Heterodox: Latina/o Religious History; Religious Pathways of the Borderlands; and Film and Religious History, among others. His book, Migrating Faith: Pentecostalism in the United States and Mexico in the Twentieth Century (University of North Carolina Press), received the 2017 Pneuma Book of the Year Award from the Society of Pentecostal Studies. Ramírez currently serves as president of the American Society of Church History.