Kerem Ozan Kalkan is an assistant professor of government at Eastern Kentucky University. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Maryland and also received a pre/post-doctoral fellowship in quantitative methods at Oxford University. Dr. Kalkan researches comparative religion and politics, and political psychology, with a particular interest in how different cultures shape public opinion. He is currently looking at what explains Muslims’ integration, or lack thereof, into Europe and the United States by analyzing European attitudes towards Muslim immigrants and attitudes of Muslim immigrants towards mainstream societies in the U.S., England, and other countries as the data become available.
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