Stephen D. O’Leary is an associate professor in the Annenberg School of Communication. His research focuses on both communication of religion and of science, but also on rhetorical theory, and criticism. He is the author of “Arguing the Apocalypse,” a study of the rhetoric of millennialism in American culture, published by the Oxford University Press. Current projects include a study of religion on the Internet and a book on the rhetoric of science communication that puts a focus on values and ethics as part of the discourse on climate change.
This blog has previously addressed “creation care,” a primarily Christian (and evangelical) movement to incorporate religious responsibility into environmental protection. Western religions have been plagued…
The 2014 midterm election results prompt some thought about the future of environmental policy in Congress. Republicans are less likely to advocate for environmental protection…
This post was previously published on EFBresearch.blogspot.com by Emma Frances Bloomfield, an ESCI member. Its relationship to climate denial illuminates important points of concern for environmental…
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