Patrisia Gonzales, Ph.D
Mexican American Studies
The Institute for the Study of Religion and Culture (ISRC) provides the University of Arizona with a research and outreach center that addresses the renewed role of religion in international politics and in societies across the globe and situates that role in historical perspective. ISRC is sponsored by College of Social & Behavioral Sciences' Arizona Center for Judaic Studies, The Division for Late Medieval and Reformation Studies and the College of Humanities' Religious Studies Program.
ISRC LECTURES FOR 2012 - 2013
- October 2012
Karen Seat, Ph.D. - Associate Professor, Religious Studies Program, The University of Arizona
"Christian Coalitions in American Politics: Conservative Evangelicals and their Alliances with Catholics and Mormons"
- September 2012
Kevin Coe, Ph.D. - Assistant Professor, Department of Communication, The University of Arizona
"Religion, Rhetoric, and American Politics: Continuity and Change, 1933-2012"
- February 2013
Lane Van Ham, Ph.D. - Professor of English at the Metropolitian Community College in Kansas City, Missouri
"The Sacred Alien: Immigrant Advocacy Reimagines the Borderlands"
- April 2013
Patrisia Gonzales, Ph.D. - Assistant Professor, Mexican American Studies Department, The University of Arizona
"Red Medicine: The Unseen Realms in Indigenous Healing"