I’m a doctoral candidate studying the Psychology of Religion as a Lindamood Fellow with the Institute for the Bio-Cultural Study of Religion and Boston University.
My interdisciplinary research combines the interpretative methods of religious studies with the empirical approaches of psychology. Colleagues and I use this method to better understand the ways religious beliefs, practices, and communities are shaped in the dynamic between biology, minds, and culture. On this site, you can find more information about my ongoing research and completed projects, along with my other writing and some resources I’ve found helpful along the way.
“The self is not something ready-made, but something in continuous formation through choice of action.” -John Dewey