Lecture on religion, politics, foreign policy set for Nov. 12
Furman University scholar Dr. Jim Guth will give a public lecture at the University of South Carolina Thursday, Nov. 12.
Guth will speak at 3:30 p.m. in Room 135 of the School of Law. His lecture, “Religious Influence on Foreign Policy Attitudes of American Citizens,” is free and open to the public. While at the university, he will discuss religious voting in the 2008 presidential election with political-science students taking a course on American political parties taught by university instructor Don Fowler.
Guth is a leading scholar in the role of religion in American life with a special emphasis on politics.
For more information about the lecture and Guth’s visit, contact Fowler at 803-799-7550 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jim Guth lecture
- What: "Religious Influence on Foreign Policy Attitudes of American Citizens"
- Who: Furman University scholar Jim Guth an expert on role of religion in American life
- When: 3:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12
- Where: Room 135, School of Law