T. Jeremy Gunn

Dr. T. Jeremy Gunn

Professor of Law and Political Science, International University of Rabat, Emory University School of Law

Gunn specializes in the study of human rights and the separation of church and state. He has written and edited more than 50 books and articles, including No Establishment of Religion: America’s Original Contribution to Religious Liberty (Oxford University Press, 2002), which he co-edited with CSLR Director John Witte, Jr., A Standard for Repair: The Establishment Clause, Equality, and Natural Rights (Routledge, 1992), and Spiritual Weapons: The Cold War and the Forging of an American National Religion (Praeger, 2008).

Gunn was previously Associate Professor in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Al Akhawayn University and served as a visiting professor at many institutions, including Franklin College, Peking University, and Université Aix-Marseille III. He served as a member of the Advisory Council on Freedom of Religion and Belief of the Office of Democratic Institutions and Human Rights of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE). He was also the executive director of the JFK Assassination Records Review Board and a senior fellow at the United States Institute of Peace.

Gunn holds a doctorate from Harvard University, a juris doctor from Boston University School of Law, a master of arts in humanities from the University of Chicago, and a bachelor of arts in international relations and humanities from Brigham Young University.


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