Paul Djupe is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Denison University and an Affiliate Scholar with the Public Religion Research Institute. Professor Djupe has been the recipient of over $175,000 in grants, including one from the National Science Foundation. He earned his B.A. in Political Science and Philosophy from Gustavus Adolphus College and M.A. and Ph.D. in Political Science from Washington University in St. Louis.
Professor Djupe’s specializes in religion and politics, social networks, and political behavior.
Djupe, Paul A., Andrew R. Lewis, and Ted G. Jelen. “Rights, Reflection, and Reciprocity: Implications of the Same-Sex Marriage Debate for Tolerance and the Political Process.” Politics and Religion 9.03 (2016): 630-648.
Burge, Ryan P., and Paul A. Djupe. “Emergent Fault Lines: Clergy Attitudes Toward the Emergent Church Movement.” Journal of Religious Leadership 15.1 (2016): 5-30.
Djupe, Paul A., and Andrew R. Lewis. “Solidarity and Discord of Pluralism: How the Social Context Affects Interest Group Learning and Belonging.” American Politics Research 43.3 (2015): 394-424.