Migration, religion, authoritarianism, critical theory
Joshua Tuttle is a doctoral student of sociology at George Mason University and a graduate research fellow at the Institute for Immigration Research (IIR). He currently holds a BA in sociology from the University of Maine and an MA in public sociology from the University of North Carolina Wilmington.
Joshua’s research interests include religion and immigration in relation to processes of development and globalization. He is proficient in quantitative and qualitative research methodologies, with a focus on historical comparative analysis and statistical modeling.
His current research projects include a critique of the “brain theories” in global migration literature, an analysis of global migration in relation to global finance capital, and an analysis of Christian church attendance and social inequality in the United States.