Lukas Szrot

Lukas Szrot, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Bemidji State University, where he teaches courses in gender, statistics, theory, social stratification, social movements and change, as well as religion and politics. He is particularly interested in theory, religion, culture, environmental attitudes, and modeling social change. Szrot is currently working on, or has worked on, articles related to pragmatism and social theory, religion and environmental concern in the U.S., the social psychology of belief, environmental ethics, sustainable food systems, and science education. He recently completed a full monograph, Faiths in Green, on the relationship between religion and environmental change across generations in the U.S., which is under review with Lexington Books.

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