Aparna Gopalan is a News Editor at Jewish Currents. She has published stories on the connections between Zionism and Hindu nationalism.
Monica Toft is a professor of international politics and director of the Center for Strategic Studies at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, serving as faculty adviser of the Fletcher Initiative on Religion, Law, and Diplomacy.
The Theology of Work Project is an independent, international organization dedicated to researching, writing and distributing materials with a biblical perspective on nonchurch workplaces. It produces a podcast called “Making It Work.”
Lloyd D. Barba is a historian of religion in the Americas with training in Latinx history; American race, ethnicity and immigration; and the American West/Mexico borderlands. His scholarship on Mexican farmworkers in California (1906-1966) is based on oral histories and extensive archival research.
Holly Walters is a cultural anthropologist, novelist and lecturer in anthropology and religion at Wellesley College. She is the author of Shaligram Pilgrimage in the Nepal Himalayas as well as multiple articles on ritual and divine personhood in South Asia.
Suraj Yengde is a research fellow at Harvard University and author of Caste Matters.
Ajantha Subramanian is an anthropology and South Asian studies professor at Harvard University whose research interests include colonialism and postcoloniality, South Asia and the South Asian diaspora. Her book Shorelines: Space and Rights in South India chronicles the struggles for resource rights by Catholic fishers on India’s southwestern coast, with a focus on how they have used […]
Sarah Riccardi-Swartz is an assistant professor of religion and anthropology at Northeastern University, where she is also an affiliate faculty member in the women’s, gender, and sexuality studies program. Before joining Northeastern University she was a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Recovering Truth: Religion, Journalism, and Democracy in a Post-Truth Era project at the Center for the Study […]
Lutherans Restoring Creation is a grassroots movement of Lutherans, driven by laity, pastors, lay professionals, synodical leadership, and others who hold positions in the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (ELCA) and its institutions. They advocate for climate justice, build community around creation care and provide worship, education and devotional resources related to the issue of climate […]