Allison K. Ralph, Ph.D., is the Associate Director of the Inclusive America Project at the Aspen Institute.
Allison is a scholar of history and religion with a special interest in societal boundaries, publishing on religion, history, society, rhetoric, and justification of coercion in the social body. She has a broad range of experience in academic and administrative settings, including academic expertise in teaching, researching and editing, and administrative expertise in managing grants, major events and operations, and developing database systems.
Prior to joining the Inclusive America Project as Assistant Director in 2019, she served the Project as consultant and advisor for two years, including as editor of Pluralism in Peril: Challenges to an American Ideal. She began her career in the non-profit sector at the El-Hibri Foundation after earning her doctorate in Church History from The Catholic University of America in 2015. She also holds a B.A. in History from the University of North Florida and an M.Phil. in Church History from the University of Cambridge. At heart, she is still the blue-collar farm girl and custom picture framer she was raised as at the family home and business.
Opinions & Articles by Allison K. Ralph:
“For Natives, land is sacred. Why aren’t we protecting their religious freedom?” Billie Jo Kipp, Mohamed Magid, Allison K. Ralph, Religion News Service, October 11, 2021