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JCU Authors Bibliography

Michael Driessen

Publications

Driessen, Michael D. Forthcoming. "The Global Politics of Interreligious Dialogue: Religious Transformation, Solidarity and Citizenship in the Middle East". Oxford University Press.

Driessen, Michael D. Forthcoming. "Interreligious Engagement and Political Theory: Between Virtue Ethics and Religious Humanism." CrossCurrents

Driessen, Michael D. 2021a. “Catholicism and European Politics: Introducing Contemporary Dynamics.” Special issue, Religions, 12 (4): 271. https://doi.org/10.3390/rel12040271.

Driessen, Michael D. 2021b. “Urbi et Orbi: The Meaning of Rome for Europe and the World.” In Rome: Three Millennia as Capital, edited by Samuele Sangalli, 85–97. Rome: Gregorian and Biblical University Press.  

Petito, Fabio, Fadi Daou, and Michael D. Driessen, eds. 2021. "Human Fraternity & Inclusive Citizenship. Interreligious Engagement in Mediterranean." ISPI. Ledizioni.

Driessen, Michael D. 2020a. “Catholicism and European Politics: Two New Trends.” SSRC The Immanent Frame

Driessen, Michael D. 2020b. “Evaluating Interreligious Dialogue in the Middle East.Peace Review 32 (1): 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1080/10402659.2020.1823560.

Driessen, Michael D. 2020c. “Good-Faith Arguments.” Commonweal Magazine 147 (2).

Driessen, Michael D. 2020d. “Interreligious Dialogue Mapping of the Middle East Report.Adyan. 2020.

Driessen, Michael D. 2020e. “The Surprisingly Catholic Roots of the European Union.America Magazine, April 23, 2020.

Driessen, Michael. 2019. “Religious Establishment as a Subject of Political Science.” In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, edited by Paul A. Djupe, Mark J. Rozell, and Ted G. Jelen. https://doi.org/10.1093/acrefore/9780190228637.013.668.

Driessen, Michael D. 2018. “Sources of Muslim Democracy: The Supply and Demand of Religious Policies in the Muslim World.” Democratization 25 (1): 115–35.

Bailey, Tom, and Michael D. Driessen. 2017. “Engaging Post-Secularism: Rethinking Catholic Politics in Italy.” Constellations 24 (2): 232–44.

Driessen, Michael D. 2016a. “The Post-Secular Life: How Christians Can Both Engage the World and Be Countercultural.” America Magazine, February 22.

Driessen, Michael D. 2016b. “Religion, State, and Democracy: The United States in Comparative Perspective.” In The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Religion and Politics in the U.S., edited by Barbara A. McGraw. Malden, MA: Wiley Blackwell. 

Driessen, Michael D. 2016c. “A Response to Jan-Werner Müller’s Remarks.” Contending Modernities, June 29. 

Bailey, Tom, and Michael Driessen. 2016a. “Introduction: Mapping Contemporary Catholic Politics in Italy.” In "Mapping Contemporary Catholic Politics in Italy," special issue, Journal of Modern Italian Studies 21 (3): 419–425. doi:10.1080/1354571X.2016.1169885.

Bailey, Tom, and Michael Driessen, eds. 2016b. “Mapping Contemporary Catholic Politics in Italy.” Special issue, Journal of Modern Italian Studies 21 (3).

Driessen, Michael D. 2015a. “Oltre l'opzione Benedetto.” Il Foglio, July 10. 

Driessen, Michael D. 2015b. “Response to Karrie Koesel’s Review of Religion and Democratization by Michael D. Driessen.” Politics and Religion 8 (3): 623–625. doi:10.1017/S1755048315000395.

Driessen, Michael D. 2015c. Review of Religion and Authoritarianism: Cooperation, Conflict, and the Consequences, by Karrie J. KoeselPolitics and Religion 8 (3): 614–618. doi:10.1017/S175504831500036X.

Driessen, Michael D. 2014a. “Regime Type, Religion-State Arrangements, and Religious Markets in the Muslim World.” Sociology of Religion 75 (3): 367–394.

Driessen, Michael D. 2014b. Religion and Democratization: Framing Religious and Political Identities in Muslim and Catholic Societies. New York: Oxford University Press.

Driessen, Michael D. 2013. “Religious Democracy and Civilizational Politics: Comparing Political Islam and Political Catholicism.” Occasional Paper n. 12. Doha: Center for International and Regional Studies, Georgetown University, School of Foreign Service in Qatar. 

Driessen, Michael D. 2012. “Public Religion, Democracy, and Islam: Examining the Moderation Thesis in Algeria.” Comparative Politics 44 (2): 171–189.

Driessen, Michael D. 2011a. “Democratization in the Land of Tibhirine.” The Review of Faith & International Affairs, Web exclusive.

Driessen, Michael D. 2011b. “The Ennahda Effect?Contending Modernities, November 16. 

Driessen, Michael D. 2011c. “North African Islamists Are Stronger than They Look.” Contending Modernities, February 7.

Driessen, Michael D., and Brandon Vaidyanathan. 2011. “Interreligious Dialogue and the State in Muslim Modernity.” Contending Modernities. December 9. 

Driessen, Michael D. 2010a. “Religion, State, and Democracy: Analyzing Two Dimensions of Church-State Arrangements.” Politics and Religion 3 (1): 55–80. doi:10.1017/S1755048309990435.

Driessen, Michael D. 2010b. “Two Propositions for the Future Study of Religion-State Arrangements.” Cosmopolis, no. 1–4. 

Dowd, Robert A., and Michael Daniel Driessen. 2008. “Ethnically Dominated Party Systems and the Quality of Democracy: Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa.” Afrobarometer Working Paper n. 92. Cape Town: IDASA POS.