Roy Rogers is a regular Panelist and co-creator of “The JuntoCast.”
After pursuing graduate studies at The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, he is now a Social Studies Teacher and Blended Learning Coordinator at YESPhilly Accelerated High School. He received his BA from Shepherd University (Political Science & History) and his MA in History from George Mason University in 2010.
His primary interest is the early American republic (c. 1783-1828), with a focus on disestablishment (the separation of church and state) and the role of politics in denominational formation and religious competition. His dissertation focuses on a comparative study of the impact of politics and law upon denominational competition in the early national Chesapeake. He has related interests in the intersections of politics and religion in early America, early American intellectual history, Virginia history, and gender history.