History Professor Named Fellow by National Research Institute
Cal State San Marcos assistant history professor Suzanna Krivulskaya has been named a public fellow by the Public Religion Research Institute, a nonprofit, nonpartisan research organization based in Washington, D.C.
Krivulskaya was one of 16 interdisciplinary scholars chosen as part of the PRRI’s fifth cohort of fellows and the second cohort under the organization’s Religion and Renewing Democracy Initiative. She will work alongside PRRI researchers and staff to generate public scholarship focused on contemporary issues at the intersection of religion, culture and politics.
Through the Religion and Renewing Democracy Initiative, the fellows will be organized into peer groups of four whose work will be aligned with PRRI’s major research areas: religious, racial and ethnic pluralism; racial justice and white supremacy; immigration and migration studies; and LGBTQ rights. Krivulskaya is in the category of LGBTQ rights. Her research specializes in modern U.S. history and studies the relationship between sexuality and religion.
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