Wake Forest University professor available for analysis of Middle-East unrest

Charles A. Kimball, chairman of the religion department and a professor at Wake Forest University, is available to provide analysis for stories about the current unrest in the Middle East.

Kimball is an expert analyst on the Middle East, Islam, the Religious Right and other issues raised by the intersection of religion and politics. He is also the author of three books about religion and politics in the Middle East, and Islam.

Kimball has written for the Los Angeles Times, the Boston Globe and other leading newspapers. He has also provided commentary for NPR’s “All Things Considered.”

Kimball graduated from Oklahoma State University and holds a master’s degree in divinity from Southern Baptist Seminary and a doctorate in comparative religion from Harvard University.

You may reach Kimball’s office at 336-758-5464. His home telephone number is 336-922-1493. His email address is: kimball@nullwfu.edu.

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