Edwin Hernández

Edwin Hernandez

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Research Fellow at the Center for the Study of Latino Religion and Research

Office: 206 McKenna Hall
Phone: 574-631-8558
Email: Hernandez.77@nd.edu

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Areas of Expertise

Latino religion

Previously an officer for religion programs at the Pew Charitable Trusts, Hernández coauthored “Citizens of Two Worlds: Religion and Politics among American Seventh-Day Adventists.” He has published numerous articles and reports on various aspects of Latinos and religion, specifically as they relate to Seventh-Day Adventists, in the Journal of Hispanic/Latino Theology, Journal of Adventist Education and Protestantes/Protestants. He has extensive experience in the development and implementation of national surveys focused on the experience of Latino scholars in higher education.


Report explores how religion shapes Latinos’ political, civic involvement

Institute for Latino Studies report calls Latino churches key partner in fight against HIV/AIDS

Report:Religion improves school success among Latino youths


Los Angeles Times—Percentage of Catholic Latinos in U.S. down 12%, Pew study finds

NBC Latino—Opinion: Latino evangelicals represent a prime opportunity for GOP

Christian Science Monitor—The new face of religion in New England

McClatchy—Many Latino evangelicals welcome Romney to the flock