Malori A. Musselman, MA, MS, is a Ph.D. in Political Science at the University of Oregon. They specialize in US politics, religion and politics, culture and identity, environmental political theories, and feminist theories. My dissertation project entitled Faith and Change in Communities of Peril provides a novel account of the intricate relationships between storytelling and prophecy, embodied experience, and on the ground political organizing in the US.

Malori has taught university courses in US politics, US political thought, local politics, and states’ rights movements. They have led discussions for courses on political theory, feminist theory, and women and politics. They currently work as a labor organizer with the American Association of University Professors.