Eric Bain-Selbo is department head of philosophy and religion at Western Kentucky University, cofounder of the WKU Institute for Citizenship and Social Responsibility, and executive director of the Society for Values in Higher Education. His most recent book is Game Day and God: Football, Faith, and Politics in the American South.
Danielle Glassmeyer is an associate professor of English at Bradley University. Her research includes trauma studies, Cold War film and fiction, gender and narrative theory, and popular thought about political issues. She is working on a manuscript, The Stowe Effect: The Orientalization of Sentiment in America’s Cultural Cold War, 1945–1961.
Daniel A. Morris earned a Ph.D. in Christian ethics and American religious thought from the University of Iowa in 2012. He is a Conrad J. Bergendoff Teaching Fellow at Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois. He enjoys skiing, riding bicycles, and helping his daughter learn to walk.
David H. Sick is associate professor of Greek and Roman studies at Rhodes College. He has published articles on religion in the ancient world, often focusing on interactions between the Mediterranean and Iran and India. His fifteen years of teaching interdisciplinary humanities inspired his article on Freud and Artemidorus.
Bassam Tibi is professor emeritus of international relations. He was visiting professor at Harvard, Princeton, Cornell, and Yale and was Georgia Augusta Professor of International Relations at the University of Göttingen. His most recent books are The Sharia State: Arab Spring and Democratization (Routledge, 2013) and Islamism and Islam (Yale, 2012). In 1995 he received the German Cross of Merits for “bridging Islam and the West.” [End Page 1]