Kristin Kobes Du Mez
Kristin Kobes Du Mez is a professor and scholar specializing in gender and religion in both late-19th- and 20th-century U.S. history as well as in the contemporary moment. Her work investigates the intersections between Christianity and feminism in her book, A New Gospel for Women: Katharine Bushnell and the Challenge of Christian Feminism, as well as her current research on Hillary Clinton’s religious history. Du Mez has written for Religion and Politics, the Washington Post, and Christianity Today and regularly blogs for Anxious Bench. She serves on the editorial board for Perspectives: A Journal of Reformed Thought.
Forgiveness or Hypocrisy? Evangelicals, Abuse, and the Witness of Rachael Denhollander | article | Anxious Bench
Donald Trump and Militant Evangelical Masculinity | essay | Religion & Politics
Hillary Clinton’s history of faith | essay | Washington Post