Gabriel DeJoseph ’19
Gabriel DeJoseph ’19

Gabriel DeJoseph ’19 published an article in Religio et Lex: Contemplations on Religion and Law. “Loyalty and Morality: Religious Minorities in U.S. Electoral Politics,” is based on DeJoseph’s senior thesis.  Religio et Lex is published by the Center for the Study of Religious Freedom at Virginia Wesleyan University.

DeJoseph was also awarded the Kirkland Endowment Interdisciplinary Essay Prize for a previous version of the essay at the Class and Charter Day ceremony in May. The prize recognizes an abbreviated version of his senior thesis as the best “genuinely interdisciplinary essay” written at Hamilton during the 2018-19 academic year.

DeJoseph, a religious studies and government double major, works in the Exhibits and Programs department at The Adirondack Experience Museum in Blue Mountain Lake, N.Y.  He develops and gives interpretive talks on the region’s cultural history.

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