Nicolette Manglos-Weber

Assistant Professor of Religion & Society, School of Theology

Nicolette Manglos-Weber is Assistant Professor of Religion & Society at Boston University School of Theology, specializing in the Sociology of Religion, Immigration, Politics, Development, and Global Christianity. Much of her work addresses the collective practice of religion and its political implications, especially among African communities and immigrants in the U.S. She is the author of Joining the Choir: Religious Memberships and Social Trust among Transnational Ghanaians (Oxford University Press, 2018), and is currently conducting a project in Uganda on community care, religion, and the COVID-19 pandemic.

Her work has been published in numerous scholarly journals such as Social Forces, Sociology of Religion, Journal of Marriage and Family, Journal of Health and Social Behavior, and Social Indicators Research, and has been featured in journalistic outlets such as The Washington Post, BBC News, and The Christian Century.