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Mark Storslee is a Ph.D. candidate in Religious Ethics at the
University of Virginia, and a J.D. candidate at Stanford Law School.
His primary research interests include the intersection of religion
and American democracy, the role of religious commitments in public
discourse and culture, and the meaning of liberalism and its
relationship to civil society. In particular, Mark is interested in
the ways that increasing cultural pluralism impacts religious
communities, and the ways that these societal changes are reshaping
First Amendment Law. Mark also holds degrees from Duke University, the
University of Edinburgh, and Furman University.