Editorial Team

Editor
Seth Schermerhorn, Hamilton College
Seth Schermerhorn is an associate professor of religious studies and program director of American studies at Hamilton College, which was founded on the territory of the Oneida Indian nation. Schermerhorn specializes in the interdisciplinary study of Indigenous traditions, particularly in the Southwestern United States and northern Sonora. Although he has worked with several Indigenous nations, Schermerhorn works most extensively with the Tohono O’odham nation. His first book, Walking to Magdalena: Personhood and Place in Tohono O’odham Songs, Sticks, and Stories, was copublished by the University of Nebraska Press and the American Philosophical Society in 2019. He is cochair of the Indigenous Religious Traditions Unit of the American Academy of Religion.

Editorial Board
Gregory Alles, McDaniel College
Natalie Avalos, University of Colorado at Boulder
Robert Baum, Dartmouth College
Marie Alohalani Brown, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Yuria Celidwen, Independent Scholar
James L. Cox, University of Edinburgh/Western Sydney University
Jualynne Dodson, Michigan State University
Gabriel Estrada, University of California at Long Beach
Rosalind I. J. Hackett, University of Tennessee, Knoxville/University of the Western Cape
Christopher Hartney, University of Sydney
Graham Harvey, The Open University
Elana Jefferson-Tatum, Independent Scholar
Takeshi Kimura, The University of Tsukuba
Siv Ellen Kraft, University of Tromsø – The Arctic University of Norway
Arkotong Longkumer, University of Edinburgh
Margaret Lyngdoh, University of Tartu
Liudmila Nikanorova, University of Bergen
Danoye Oguntola-Laguda, Lagos State University
Minna Opas, University of Turku
Suzanne Owen, Leeds Trinity University
Devaka Premawhardhana, Emory University
Tom Roa, The University of Waikato
Lee-Shae Salma Scharnick-Udemans, University of the Western Cape
Fortune Sibanda, Great Zimbabwe University
Jace Weaver, University of Georgia
Pablo Wright, Universidad de Buenos Aires