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Alan Wolfe Professor of Political Science and Director of the Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life, Boston College.
Wolfe’s most recent books include Return to Greatness: How America Lost Its Sense of Purpose and What it Needs to Do to Recover It, (2005), The Transformation of American Religion: How We actually Practice our Faith (2003), and Intellectual in Public (2003). He is the author or editor of more than 10 other books.
A contributing editor of The New Republic and The Wilson Quarterly, Wolfe writes often for those publications as well as for Commonweal, The New York Times, Harper's, The Atlantic Monthly, The Washington Post, and other magazines and newspapers. He served as an advisor to President Clinton in preparation for his 1995 State of the Union address and has lectured widely at American and European universities.
Wolfe has been the recipient of grants from the Russell Sage Foundation, the Templeton Foundation, and the Lilly Endowment.
Religion and the Election: What Do We Think We Know?
as author at MIT World Host: The Office of the Chaplain of the Institute,
together with: Shaun Casey,
Religion and American Politics
as author at MIT World Series: Myths About America,