Materializing the Bible is a collaborative project based at Miami University (Oxford, Ohio, USA). Since launching in July 2015, the project has benefited from the contributions of undergraduate research assistants.
Amanda White (2015-2016) graduated from Miami University as a Linguistics and Strategic Communication double major. Amanda played a pivotal role in the founding and early curation of Materializing the Bible. Follow Amanda on Twitter here.
Claire Vaughn (2016-2019). Claire is an Anthropology major at Miami University. She enjoys writing, blogging, and reading about cultural differences and the places people encounter. Materializing the Bible interests her because it explores a global phenomenon, and a desire people have to experience what they read in sacred scriptures.
Kaila Sansom (2017-2018). Kaila graduated from Miami University with her BA in Linguistics and minors in Spanish and Middle East/Islamic Studies. She has worked as an AmeriCorps VISTA in Cincinnati, Ohio. She enjoys traveling, learning new languages, reading, and playing with her dog, Jake. Her interest in Materializing the Bible stems from her interest in the holistic study of religion, including how people navigate and express their faith.
Louisa Wingert entered Miami University as a first year student in fall 2019, and plans to major in marketing and entrepreneurship. She enjoys hiking, traveling, and writing. She is excited to explore the global reach of Materializing the Bible, and to help develop a platform oriented toward fostering an anthropological perspective in public scholarship.