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About Michael J. McVicar

Michael J. McVicar researches the relationship between religion and politics in twentieth-century U.S. history, with a specific focus on the emergence of the American conservative movement in the post-World War II era. His current research traces the relationship between Christian Reconstructionism—a small, theologically conservative Calvinist movement—and the wider discourse of American conservatism. Since receiving his PhD from the Ohio State University in 2010 he has taught courses on contemporary evangelicalism, theory and method in religious studies, and gender and sexuality in religion.


Present Faculty Member, Florida State University

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