Daniel H. Levine talks Pope Francis and the Future of Religion in Latin America
Feb 05, 2014
Daniel H. Levine is professor emeritus of political science at the University of Michigan, and author of Religion and Politics in Latin America: The Catholic Church in Venezuela and Colombia; Popular Voices in Latin American Catholocism; and Politics, Religion and Society in Latin America, among other works on democracy, social movements, religion and politics in Latin America.
Dr. Levine recently returned to the University of Michigan campus to give a talk about Pope Francis and the Future of Religion in Latin America.
Click here for an interview he gave about his recent talk.