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Professor Researches Religion and Politics as Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellow

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Assistant Professor of Political Science Elizabeth Sperber recently finished her residential fellowship at the University of Notre Dame where she was affiliated with the Kellogg Center for international studies. Sperber studies religion and democratization with a focus on sub-Saharan Africa. In the video below she introduces her research on Zambia, a majority Christian state experiencing democratic erosion, to address how religious beliefs influence political engagement.

Learn more about Sperber's research and work on the Kellogg Institute for International Studies website.