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Christians Among the Most Vulnerable: Empowering Women and the Poor in Developing Societies (Full Screen)
RELATED RESOURCES: RELIGION AND PEACE
Richard Garnett is Associate Dean for Faculty Research and Professor of Law and Concurrent Professor of Political Science at the University of Notre Dame Law School. He teaches and writes on the freedoms of speech, association, and religion, as well as on constitutional law and the role of religious persons and beliefs in politics and society. He is the founding director of Notre Dame Law School’s new Program in Church, State, and Society, an interdisciplinary project focusing on the role of religious institutions, communities, and authorities in the social order. The author of dozens of law-review articles and book chapters, Garnett is currently researching for his project Two There Are: Understanding the Separation of Church and State (Cambridge, forthcoming). In addition, he regularly contributes commentary to national print and broadcast media.