Monique Deal Barlow

I am finishing my second year in the doctoral program in political science at Georgia State University in Atlanta, GA. My research focuses on the intersectionality of Evangelical Christianity and politics. The overarching themes in my writings include the impact of biblical literalism on women’s political participation, attitudes toward disenfranchisement of felons, and dog whistle politics. I have taught Introduction to Religious Studies and Introduction to American Politics at Georgia State University. I hold Master's degrees in Religious Studies and in Education.


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