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I write and comment on religion-related topics for a variety of publications, online and off. I have written for the Globe and Mail, Canada History, and the Walrus magazine. Expert interviews include CBC News television, CTV news, New Republic magazine, Métro (Montréal) and NPR online.
Curator of multi-author installation, The Hebraic Style in Christian Nationalism, The Christian Nation Project.
The Form and Substance of Miracles, Syndicate, 2020
What the World Needs Now, Ideas, 2020
Hot & Cold Zones: Life and Death in a Montreal COVID-19 Hospital (with Julian Menezes), The Conversation, 2020
Practices of Relation (with Robbie B.H. Goh), The Immanent Frame, 2020
Messianic Judaism (U.S.), World Religions & Spirituality Project, 2019
On the Power of Aggregates, The Immanent Frame, 2018
Notes on Pilgrimage Studies in Practical Matters, 2016
La Dolce Vita: Desires and Despairs of Latin American Migrants in Rome, Marginalia: Los Angeles Review of Books, 2016
Commerce, Commercialism, Commercialization: How Money Gets Spent & Talked About on Holy Land Tours, Sacred Matters, 2015
Promised Land: American Missionaries Chase the Lapsed
Catholics of Montreal, The Walrus magazine, January 2015
Places of Longing, KAPSULA, 2015
Wayside Crosses: objects that reveal & conceal, Reverberations, 2013
Evangelical Ketubah, Messianic Mezuzah:
Judaica for Christians, Religion & Politics, 2013
I've contributed to some fantastic online education tools, including NYU's Object Ethnography Project, PBS's God in America website, Patheos online, Catholic University's Changing Spirituality of Emerging Adults Project, and the Milestone Documents of World Religions.
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