Among the factors that may have an impact on the US presidential race, religion affiliation is one of the most important. To what extent can religion influence voters, especially in the so-called Bible belt? This issue was addressed by Matthew Wilson (Southern Methodist University - Dallas) and Manlio Graziano (Sorbonne University) in the International Lecture held at ISPI on 21 June.
The lecture has been held in English.
ISPI International Lectures are open to Graduate Students, Post–Docs, professionals with comparable levels of experience and education, who come together in a highly–stimulating environment to discuss their current research and build informal networks with their peers.