Mikel Burley is Associate Professor of Religion and Philosophy at the
University of Leeds. His books include Rebirth and the Stream of Life: A
Philosophical Study of Reincarnation, Karma and Ethics (Bloomsbury,
2016) and Contemplating Religious Forms of Life: Wittgenstein and D. Z.
Phillips (Continuum, 2012).
Vernon Cisney is Assistant Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at Gettysburg College. He is the author of Deleuze and Derrida: Difference and the Power of the Negative (Edinburgh University Press, 2018) .
Jakob Helmut Deibl is Assistant Professor at the Faculty for Catholic
Theology and Scientific Manager of the Research Centre for Religion and
Transformation at the University of Vienna. From 2018-19 he worked at
the Pontifico Ateneo Sant'Anselmo in Rome.
W. Ezekiel Goggin is Visiting Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at
Skidmore College. His research focuses on the role of religious
imagination in conceptualizing modern accounts of freedom, chiefly at
the historical intersections of post-Kantian philosophy of religion,
phenomenology, critical theory and psychoanalysis.
Delbert J. Hayden is a Professor Emeritus in the Department of
Counselor Education at Western Kentucky University.
Patrice Haynes is Lecturer in Philosophy and Ethics at Liverpool Hope
University, UK. Her research interests are sited at the interface between
philosophy and theology and she is a co-founder of The Association of
Continental Philosophy of Religion.
Tamsin Jones is Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Trinity
College, Connecticut. She is the author of A Genealogy of Marion’s
Philosophy of Religion: Apparent Darkness (Indiana University Press,
2011) and has published articles in the Journal of Religion, the Journal of
Theology and Sexuality, Political Theology, Sophia, and Modern
Theology. She is currently working on a second book on the concept of
"religious experience" as it is discussed in continental philosophy and
against the backdrop of trauma theory.
Lucas McCracken in a doctoral student in Religious Studies at the
University of California, Santa Barbara. He is translator along with Bradley
Onishi of Emmanuel Faique, The Loving Struggle: Phenomenological
and Theological Debates (Rowman & Littlefield, 2018).
Mark Murphy recently completed his Ph.D. at St. Mary’s University,
Twickenham, London, School of Theology.
Bradley B. Onishi is Associate professor of Religious Studies at
Skidmore College, author of The Sacrality of the Secular: Postmodern
Philosophy of Religion (Columbia University Press, 2018) and is co-editor
of Mysticism in the French Tradition: Eruptions from France (Routledge
2016). He is also co-host of the Straight White American Jesus podcast.
Kara Roberts received her M.A. degree in Religious Studies from the
University of Denver. She is formerly an assistant editor with the Journal
for Cultural and Religious Theory.
Thomas Roberts is Professor Emeritus and Past Chair of the Department
of Child and Family Development at San Diego State University. His
research involves the study of long-term marriages, the relationship of
grandparenting to children's socialization, remarried families (including
the stepmother role, kinship networks, and the socialization of new family
members), and the role of religion and ethical values on family
Mary-Jane Rubenstein is Professor of Religion at Wesleyan University;
core faculty in the in the Science and Society Program; and affiliated
faculty in the Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program. She is the
author of Strange Wonder: The Closure of Metaphysics and the Opening
of Awe (Columbia University Press, 2009), Worlds Without End: The
Many Lives of the Multiverse (Columbia University Press, 2014),
and Pantheologies: Gods, Worlds, Monsters (Columbia University Press,
2018). She is also co-editor with Catherine Keller of Entangled Worlds:
Religion, Science, and New Materialisms (Fordham University Press,
Tadd Ruetenik is Professor of Philosophy at St. Ambrose University in
Davenport, Iowa. He is the author of The Demons of William James:
Religious Pragmatism Explores Unusual Mental States (Palgrave
Madison Tarleton is a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Denver/Iliff
School of Theology Doctorate of Religion. Her work intersects religion,
media, and anti-Semitism and focuses on the shift between anti-Judaism
and anti-Semitism– what the shift is, why it is important, and what
imagery, media, and art can tell us about the historical precedents that
led to the heightened tensions prior to World War II.