. . . about the ways we use the material world to make meaning. I do this in academic journal articles, books, and blog posts. My new book, Sacred Subdivisions: The Postsuburban Transformation of American Evangelicalism, is about how large, contemporary, evangelical churches have shaped their cultural practices to fit their urban-material environment. I argue that they are postsuburban cultural institutions par excellence.
I have a PhD in cultural geography and an MA in political theory. I am currently interested in the role of culture and narrative in illness and healing.