David Jacobson

David Jacobson is an associate professor of sociology at Arizona State University. He earned his PhD from Princeton University. His research focuses on political sociology and international relations. He has published several books, including The Immigration Reader: America in a Multidisciplinary Perspective (Blackwell Publishers, 1998) and Rights Across Borders: Immigration and the Decline of Citizenship (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996).


Volume 56

Guests on Volume 56: Miroslav Volf, on Practicing Theology: Beliefs and Practices in Christian Life; J. Judd Owen, on liberal democracy and the taming of religion; David Jacobson, on citizenship and belonging to a place; Belden Lane, on Landscapes of the Sacred: Geography and Narrative in American Spirituality; Alister McGrath, on the doctrine of Creation and the tasks of culture; Don W. King, on the poetry of C. S. Lewis; Edward Norman, on the logic of secularization; and Peter Augustine Lawler, on the proper meaning of postmodernism and “Bobos” and the end of history.