Associate Professor, theology
complex intersections of Catholicism and culture, Mary as a media icon
2007 Ph.D. University of North Carolina
2001 M.A., University of North Carolina
1998 B.A., Williams College
“Mary as Media Icon: Gender and Militancy in Twentieth-Century U.S. Roman Catholic Devotional Media” in Lynn Schofield Clark, ed. Religion, Media, and the Marketplace (New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 2007)
“Lewis University as Sacred Space” in Celebrating 75 Years: Lewis University 1932-2007 (Wassberg, Schackmuth, Davis, & Cremin, 2006)
“The Morphing Madonna: Apparitional Aesthetics in Catholic Devotional Media” at the Curran Center for American Catholic Studies, Fordham University, February 2009.