Meet the Author – Juan Cruz Esquivel
In this installment of our Meet the Author series, Juan Cruz Esquivel discusses his recent article, “Religiously Disaffiliated, Religiously Indifferent, or Believers without Religion? Morphology of the Unaffiliated in Argentina,” Religions 12, no. 7 (June 2021).
Juan Cruz Esquivel is Professor of Methodology of Social Research at University of Buenos Aires and researcher for CONICET (National Council of Scientific and Technical Research), Argentina. He is also the director of the research team ‘Laicity and Secularization’ at CONICET, and is currently the director of a research project on the ‘religious nones’ in Argentina. Dr. Esquivel is the President of the Association of Social Science of Religion of Latin America (2015-2018), the Chief of Staff at the Secretary for Religious Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Worship in Argentina (2006-2007), and the director of several research projects at the national and international level about ‘Religious Nones’, religion and politics, and the relationship between State and Church in Latin America. He is the author of more than 50 publications (scientific articles in international journals and book chapters).