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Graduate Student Research Fellow
Ronit Stahl is a Ph.D. candidate in history at the University of Michigan. She specializes in religion and the state in modern America. Her dissertation uses the American military chaplaincy as a focal point through which to examine state management of religion and to explore how religious groups negotiate with the state and one another for acceptance and accommodation. In fall 2013, she is teaching a freshman writing seminar, "The Devil in the Details: Religion and the Constitution in the United States."
During 2013-14, Ronit will visit multiple archives to complete her dissertation research -- religious archives for papers of religious groups that endorsed chaplains to the military, peace archives for material relating to religious protest of war, and military archives for sources such as surveys of chaplains who served.
Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies
Haven HallRoom 1521435 South State St.
Ann Arbor, MI