Assistant Professor, North American Religious History, Departments of History & American Culture, University of Michigan

Daniel Ramírez has written extensively on U.S., Latin American and Latino/a religious history and culture. His forthcoming book, Migrating Faith: Pentecostalism in the United States and Mexico in the Twentieth Century (University of North Carolina Press, October 2015) examines the intersections of migratory, religious, and musical cultural experience in the growth of transnational revivalism. (http://uncpress.unc.edu/books/T-9315.html). Dr. Ramírez co-chairs the History of Christianity section of the American Academy of Religion, and is an active member of the Red de Investigadores del Fenómeno Religioso en México and the Society for Pentecostal Studies. In 1910 he was invited as an Observer to the International Roman Catholic-Pentecostal Dialogue, sponsored by the Pontifical Council for the Promotion of Christian Unity.

Experience

  • –present
    Assistant Professor, North American Religious History, Departments of History & American Culture, University of Michigan