About

Michael Hoffman is Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Notre Dame. Hoffman is a comparativist who works on religion and politics, primarily in the Middle East. His current book project examines the relationship between communal religious practice and attitudes towards democracy. His work has been published or is forthcoming in Journal of Politics, British Journal of Political Science, Journal of Conflict Resolution, Democratization, Middle East Law and Governance, and elsewhere. He has been the recipient of a fellowship from the National Science Foundation.

Major
Political Science
Thematic Interests

Comparative politics; politics and religion; Middle Eastern politics; political behavior

Current Research

The relationship between communal religious practice and attitudes towards democracy

Research Sub-Discipline
Regions
Other Accomplishments & Recognitions

2010 - National Science Foundation Graduate Research - Princeton PhD

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Tuesday, January 19, 2021
Simona BerettaMatt BloomCatherine BoltenPaolo G. CarozzaSéverine DeneulinRev. Robert Dowd, CSCDeirdre GuthrieBeth Simpson HlabseDavid HollenbachPaul PerrinSteve ReifenbergIlaria Schnyder von WartenseeClemens SedmakCarolyn WooBruce Wydick

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January 19
The Practice of Human Development and Dignity (VIRTUAL)
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Book Launch
Simona BerettaMatt BloomCatherine BoltenPaolo G. CarozzaSéverine DeneulinRev. Robert Dowd, CSCDeirdre GuthrieBeth Simpson HlabseDavid HollenbachPaul PerrinSteve ReifenbergIlaria Schnyder von WartenseeClemens SedmakCarolyn WooBruce Wydick

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