Religion and Culture Web Forum

December 2014

A Note from the Editor

by Emily D. Crews, Managing Editor

A Note from the Editor

In accordance with the winter holidays and its custom of recent years, the Religion and Culture Web Forum will be on hiatus for the month of December.  The Web Forum will return with scheduled features in early January 2015.

During this time we would like to thank those authors and respondents who contributed to the Web Forum in 2014.  They are:

Matthew J. Milliner (Wheaton College)

Rachel Fulton Brown (University of Chicago)

Robert Nelson (Yale University)

Glenn Peers (University of Texas at Austin)

Richard Foltz (Concordia University)

Carlo G. Cereti (Sapienza, University of Rome)

Eszter Spät (Central European University)

S. Brent Plate (Hamilton College)

Lisa Bitel (University of Southern California)

Jonathan H. Ebel (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Kristi Woodward Bain (Northwestern University)

John Craig (Simon Fraser University)

Katherine French (University of Michigan)

Loren D. Lybarger (Ohio University)

Louise Cainkar (Marquette University)

Naomi Davidson (University of Ottawa)

Alain Epp Weaver (Mennonite Central Committee)

Kathryn Lofton (Yale University)

Betty Bayer (Hobart and William Smith Colleges)

Seth Perry (Princeton University)

David Swartz (Asbury University)

Fred M. Donner (University of Chicago)

James K. Wellman (University of Washington)

Jon Pahl (The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia)

Justin Tse (University of Washington)

Alexander (Ari) Joskowicz (Vanderbilt University)

Gil Anidjar (Columbia University)

Thomas Kselman (University of Notre Dame)

In 2015 we look forward to exciting pieces from David Carrasco (Harvard University), Andrew Durdin (University of Chicago), and Curtis Evans (University of Chicago), among others, as well as new types of features that include podcasts, videos, interviews, and reader-submitted photography.  Until then, we thank you for your readership and wish you all the happiest holidays, end of the semester, and beginning of the new year.

About the Web Forum

The Martin Marty Center's Religion and Culture Web Forum is an online forum for thought-provoking discussion on the relationship of scholarship in religion to culture and public life. Each month the Marty Center, the research arm of the University of Chicago Divinity School, invites a scholar of religion to comment on his or her own research in a way that "opens out" to themes, problems, and events in world cultures and contemporary life. Scholars from diverse fields of study are invited to offer responses to these commentaries.

More RCWF
  • View archived content (in the navigation to the left)
  • Subscribe to be notified of new content

Please direct questions and comments to the Web Forum Editor at       .

The Religion and Culture Web Forum is edited by Emily D. Crews, Divinity School PhD student in the History of Religions.