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  • Contributors

Tom Beaudoin is Assistant Professor in the Religious Studies Department at Santa Clara University, and the author of Consuming Faith: Integrating Who We Are With What We Buy (Sheed and Ward, 2004). tbeaudoin@scu.edu

David Brakke is Professor of Religious Studies and Adjunct Professor of History at Indiana University. He is the author of Athanasius and Asceticism (Johns Hopkins, 1998) and co-editor of Reading in Christian Communities: Essays on Interpretation in the Early Church (Notre Dame, 2002). His current project is a study of demons in early monastic literature. dbrakke@indiana.edu

Mark S. Burrows is Professor of the History of Christianity at Andover Newton Theological School (Newton Centre, MA) where he directs the Program in Worship, Theology, and the Arts. His recent publications include The Imaginative Spirit (Adelaide, Australia, 2002), and a forthcoming collection of essays, co-edited with Elizabeth Dreyer, Minding the Spirit (Johns Hopkins, 2004). He is currently working on a translation of Rainer Maria Rilke’s early poems, The Book of Monastic Life, and a study of Bernard of Clairvaux’s sermons on the Song of Songs, entitled The Grammar of Desire. mburrows@ants.edu

Thomas A. Chabolla is the Associate Director of Programs for the Catholic Campaign for Human Development in Washington, D.C. tchabolla@usccb.org

Mark Citret began photographing seriously in 1968, and received both his B.A. and M.A. in Art from San Francisco State University. His work is represented by prominent galleries in the United States, and is in many museum, corporate, and private collections, including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the New Orleans Museum of Art, the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, the University of Arizona’s Center for Creative Photography, and the Monterey Museum of Art. www.mcitret.com

Lisa Dahill, is an ordained minister in the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America, and is a research scholar studying the spiritual formation of clergy at the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching (Stanford, CA). She is co-chair of the Bonhoeffer Group of the American Academy of Religion and translator of two volumes of the new critical edition of Bonhoeffer’s works from Fortress Press. dahill@carnegiefoundation.org

Elizabeth A. Dreyer is Professor of Religious Studies at Fairfield University in Fairfield, CT. She has authored Passionate Spirituality: Hildegard of Bingen and Hadewijch of Brabant (Paulist, 2005); A Retreat With Catherine of Siena (St. Anthony Messenger, 1998); Earth Crammed With Heaven: A Spirituality of Everyday Life (Paulist, 1994); and edited The Cross in Christian Tradition: Paul to Bonaventure (Paulist, 2000) and, with Mark Burrows, Minding the Spirit: The Study of Christian Spirituality (Johns Hopkins, Fall, 2004). eadreyer@aol.com

Jason Dessel is the Senior Server Engineer and Technical Lead at Universal Studios, Hollywood, California. More of his photography can be found on his website, www.jasonsweb.com. [End Page 258]

Philip Francis is a doctoral candidate at Harvard Divinity School. He is a graduate of St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Seminary and Holy Cross School of Theology. He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts with his wife Sarah. pfrancis@hds.harvard.edu

Jon Fuller, SJ, MD, is a Jesuit priest and family physician who has been providing HIV/AIDS care since 1987. He was founding president of the National Catholic AIDS Network, since 1991 has been an HIV/AIDS consultant to international Catholic agencies and funders, and has written and taught on issues related to HIV/AIDS, especially in the area of HIV prevention and Catholic moral theology. He is currently Associate Professor of Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine. jfuller@bu.edu

Andy Ilachinski is a professional physicist (with a Ph.D. in complex adaptive systems) and semi-professional photographer (specializing in fine-art and abstract photography). He has several juried works on permanent display at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C. and is a featured artist of the Washington Center for Complexity & Public Policy. www.tao-of-photography.com

Carol Krauss is a fine art photographer based in Concord, Massachusetts. She uses her photography to capture the feelings and relationships inherent in a sense of place. Her photos have been exhibited in shows and galleries within...

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ISSN
1535-3117
Print ISSN
1533-1709
Pages
pp. 258-260
Launched on MUSE
2004-10-08
Open Access
No
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