Karen Bray (Ph.D., Drew University) is an Assistant Professor of Religion and Philosophy at Wesleyan College. She received her M.Div. from Harvard Divinity School in 2010 and her Ph.D. in Theological and Philosophical Studies in Religion from Drew University in 2016. Her research areas include continental philosophy of religion; feminist, critical disability, critical race, queer, political, and decolonial theories and theologies; and secularism and the postsecular. She is particularly interested in exploring how secular institutions and cultures behave theologically. Bray's work has been published in journals such as The American Journal of Theology and Philosophy, The Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory, and Palgrave Communications and in volumes published by Fordham University Press and Palgrave Macmillan. Dr. Bray is also a candidate for ordination with the Unitarian Universalist Association.
Dr. Jordan E. Miller (Ph.D., Salve Regina University) is an interdisciplinary teacher and scholar who specializes in religion, social movements, and political resistance. He has a Ph.D. in humanities from Salve Regina University in Rhode Island and an M.A. in philosophy of religion from Boston University. Dr. Miller has been Stonehill Fellow in Religious Studies at Stonehill College (MA) and Visiting Assistant Professor of religion at Wheaton College (MA). He has taught in the undergraduate religious and theological studies department and the graduate department of humanities at Salve Regina University (RI), and the philosophy, religion, and American studies departments at Lebanon Valley College (PA). Both his work and teaching are interdisciplinary and intersect with religion, philosophy, and social movements.