The Witherspoon Institute had this up throughthe end of September 2012. It has since beenremoved
W. Bradford Wilcox
is Director of the Program on Marriage, Family,and Democracy. He is Assistant Professor of Sociology at the Universityof Virginia and a member of the James Madison Society at PrincetonUniversity. His research focuses on the influence of religious belief and practice on marriage, cohabitation, parenting, and fatherhood. His book Soft Patriarchs, New Men: How Christianity Shapes Fathers andHusbands examines the ways in which the religious beliefs and practicesof American Protestant men influence their approach to parenting,household labor, and marriage. Currently, Dr. Wilcox is researching theeffect that religion has on relationships among low income parents inurban America. His work has been featured in
The Washington Post
The Boston Globe
The Los Angeles Times
, and numerous NPR stations. He received his Ph.D. fromPrinceton University before returning to the University of Virginia,where he had earned his undergraduate degree.