Suzanna Krivulskaya is an assistant professor of history at the California State University San Marcos, where she teaches courses in American religion, gender, sexuality, and digital history.
Krivulskaya’s research specializes in modern U.S. history and studies the relationship between sexuality and religion. Her first book, Disgraced: How Sex Scandals Transformed American Protestantism (forthcoming from Oxford University Press), is a sweeping religious and cultural history of ministerial sex scandals in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Krivulskaya’s work has appeared in both academic journals and popular outlets and was honored by the 2019-2020 Virginia Ramey Mollenkott Award from the LGBTQ Religious Archives Network.
Research Area: LGBTQ Rights
Read more from Suzanna Krivulskaya:
- Spotlight Analysis: The Diminishing Importance of Personal Morality in Politics, 2011-2020
- Spotlight Analysis: Perceptions of Anti-Transgender Discrimination Amid the Deluge of Anti-Transgender Legislation
- Religion & Politics: Bad Preachers’ Wives
- Religion News Service: LGBTQ+ Americans are more religious than our Supreme Court battles let on