Materializing the Bible includes material collected by guest contributors. To inquire about collaborating as a Guest Contributor, please contact the Project Director.
Rosamond Rodman is a Lecturer at California State University, Northridge. She has written numerous articles and essays on American religion, including "The Great and Proper Names Used in America" on the history of biblical place names in the United States. Dr. Rodman collected material for and co-authored Materializing the Bible's Tour of Desert Christ Park.
Ying-Cheng Chang is a PhD candidate in anthropology at the Australian National University. She learned Christianity from local practitioners through conducting her fieldwork in an indigenous village in Taiwan. Her engagement focuses on Christian practice in local cultural contexts/formats, as well as Christian pluralism and religious diversity within a global domain. Ms. Chang collected material for and co-authored Materializing the Bible's Tour of The Australian Center for Christianity & Culture Bible Garden.
Lena Rose is a PhD candidate in Social and Cultural Anthropology at the Centre on Migration, Policy, and Society at the University of Oxford. She authored Materializing the Bible's Tour of Nazareth Village.
C. Travis Webb is Editor of The American Age and is currently at work on the manuscript The Imagined World: From State's Rites to Religious Rights. His most recent peer-reviewed article is “‘Otherworldly’ States: Reimagining the Study of (Civil) ‘Religion’,” published in the Journal of the American Academy of Religion. Dr. Webb authored Materializing the Bible's tour of the Cabazon Dinosaurs. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org