Mark Silk bio

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Editor Mark Silk is professor of religion in public life at Trinity College
(Hartford, CT), and a leading expert on how religion is covered in the media. He
is the founding director of the Leonard E. Greenberg Center for the Study of
Religion in Public Life and founding editor of Religion in the News, a
magazine published by the Center. Silk is the author of Spiritual Politics:
Religion and America Since World War II
and Unsecular Media: Making News
of Religion in America
. He is co-editor of Religion by Region, an
eight-volume series on religion and public life in the United States, and
co-author (with Andrew Walsh) of the forthcoming One Nation Divisible:
Religion and Region in America Today
. Silk is also the co-editor of the
upcoming book series The Future of Religion in America.