L. Benjamin Rolsky

L. Benjamin Rolsky is an adjunct instructor at Monmouth University and a part-time lecturer at Rutgers University. His work has appeared in a variety of academic and popular venues including the Journal of the American Academy of Religion and Method and Theory in the Study of Religion as well as The Christian Century, The Marginalia Review of Books, CNN Opinion, and the Religion and Culture Forum at the University of Chicago. His research and teaching interests include religion and politics, the study of popular culture, and critical theory. Rolsky’s book, The Rise and Fall of the Religious Left: Politics, Television, and Popular Culture in the 1970s and Beyond, was just published by Columbia University Press. Rolsky is currently researching a project that will explore the history of the Christian Right as an artifact of the Culture Wars in the recent American past.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Polarization, USA

Kruse and Zelizer have written the standard work for those teaching courses on the forces of polarization that have produced our divided public....


“Little Guy” America

How does Robert Wuthnow's "The Left Behind: Decline and Rage in Rural America" differ from other examples of the post-2016 "Reaching-Out Industry"?...

“Little Guy” America
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