Tyler M. Tully is a doctoral candidate in Religion and the Arthur Peacocke Graduate Scholar in Science and Theology at Exeter College, Oxford, whose teaching and research engages intersecting entanglements between liberal-humanism and U.S. settler-colonialism, Indigenous and Feminist materialisms, critical race, affect and political ecology.
Malory Nye is an independent scholar based in Perth, Scotland, with teaching activities at the Universities of Glasgow, and also a research scholar at the Ronin Institute. He will be known to many listeners through his book Religion: The Basics (now being updated for a third edition), or perhaps through his blogging at medium.com, his […]
Gregory Shushan, PhD, is the leading authority on near-death experiences and the afterlife across cultures and throughout history. He is an Honorary Research Fellow at the Religious Experience Research Centre, University of Wales Trinity Saint David, and was previously Perrott-Warrick Researcher at University of Oxford’s Ian Ramsey Centre for Science and Religion; and Scholar-in Residence at the Centro Incontri […]
Dr. Natasha Tassell-Matamua is a Senior Lecturer and Deputy Head of the School of Psychology at Massey University in Aotearoa New Zealand. She is also co-Director of the recently established Centre for Indigenous Psychologies. Her research and teaching is in the area of indigenous psychologies, and in particular the utilisation of indigenous knowledges to effect […]
Carleigh Beriont is a PhD candidate at Harvard University where she studies the history of American religions and politics in a global context. Her research focuses on United States Empire and religion in the Pacific. She is currently working on a dissertation entitled “‘For the Good of Mankind’: Marshallese, Missionaries, Militaries and the Making of […]
Dr. Andre C. Willis is an Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Brown University. He is a philosopher of religion whose work focuses on Enlightenment reflections on religion, African American religious thought, critical theory, and democratic citizenship as it relates to ‘religious’ notions of hope, recognition, and belonging. Willis earned a B.A. at Yale in […]
Adam Park is Research Fellow for Lived Religion in the Digital Age and contingent faculty in the Department of American Studies at Saint Louis University. His current book manuscript, Savage Saints: Muscular Christianity, Human Nature, and Fighting in America, 1858 – 2020, details the religious formation of aggression through boxing, professional wrestling, eastern martial arts, […]
Dr. Avril Alba is Senior Lecturer in Holocaust Studies and Jewish Civilisation and Chair of the Department of Hebrew, Biblical and Jewish Studies at the University of Sydney. She teaches and researches in the broad areas of Holocaust and modern Jewish history with a focus on Jewish and Holocaust museums. Her monograph, The Holocaust Memorial […]
Ullrich Relebogilwe Kleinhempel was born in Pretoria in 1956. His parents were Lutheran missionaries 45 kms east of Pretoria, near Bronkhorstspruit and the diamond mines of Cullinan. He lived in the ‘bush’ with a school centre connected to the mission station (it is still extant). In this environment he sensed a lot of the Pagan […]
Dr. Maxinne Connolly-Panagopoulus is Effective Learning Adviser for the College of Medical, Veterinary, and Life Sciences for the University of Glasgow. She holds a PhD in the Psychology of Religion and her thesis investigated religious conversion among Iranian migrants.