Andy Hogue, Ph. D.
Dr. Andrew Hogue, director of the Civic Education & Community Service Program and lecturer of political science at Baylor, is an expert in religion and American politics as well as political rhetoric.
Hogue studies American politics, including the ways that political actors employ rhetoric, especially religious rhetoric, to pursue political goals.
Hogue comes to Baylor from Whitworth University, where he was an assistant professor of American politics.
He is an author, with his latest book, Stumping God: Regan, Carter, and the Invention of a Political Faith, explaining how and why religion became an important factor in modern presidential elections. He is editor of another forthcoming book on political rhetoric and author of several articles, reviews, book chapters, and presentations.
His work and commentary have been featured throughout North America in outlets such as CBS Radio, Westwood One Radio, Taegan Goddard's Political Wire, and The Canadian Press (wire).
He received a B.A. in communication from Clemson University, an M.A. in church-state Studies from Baylor University, and a Ph.D. in political science from Baylor.
To interview Dr. Hogue, contact Terry Goodrich, 254-710-3321, or the Office of Media Communications at (254) 710-1961.