Robin Fretwell Wilson is director of the Family Law and Policy Program and Epstein Health Law and Policy Program at the University of Illinois College of Law, where she also teaches. Her latest book, released in 2018, is The Contested Place of Religion in Family Law.
Jamie Aten is founder and executive director of the Humanitarian Disaster Institute at Wheaton College.
The Rev. Al Sharp is the executive director of Clergy for a New Drug Policy.
Todd Daly is an associate professor of theology and ethics at Urbana Theological Seminary in Champaign, Ill. His work on Christian bioethics includes research into transhumanism.
Hille Haker is the chair of Catholic moral theology at Loyola University Chicago, where she studies human rights, bioethics and feminist ethics. Haker serves as editor of the Values in Bioethics book series and is a member of the European Group on Ethics in Sciences and New Technologies of the European Commission.
Josh Larsen is the editor of Think Christian, a website that looks at religion and popular culture from the Reformed tradition. Think Christian is based in Palos Heights, Ill.
Daniel White Hodge is an associate professor of intercultural communications at North Park University, a Christian school in Chicago where he is also director of the Center for Youth Ministry Studies. He is editor of The Journal of Hip Hop Studies and author of The Soul of Hip Hop: Rims, Timbs and a Cultural Theology; Heaven Has a Ghetto: […]
Omar Kholeif is a curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, where he will curate the 2019 show “Many Tongues: Art, Language and Revolution in the Middle East and South Asia.” The show will examine “shared histories of colonization and migration, and religion and tradition.” Contact via Elena Grotto in media relations.
Natasha Ritsma is curator of the Loyola University Museum of Art in Chicago, where eight galleries feature religious art. She can discuss the importance and impact of religiously inspired art and what role faith can play in the life and work of an artist.