About

I am an Associate Professor at the University of North Carolina Greensboro. I research and teach at the intersection of Asian religions, media, and theory. Specifically, I am a leader in the field of digital religion, and a pioneer in the emerging field of religion in digital games. I publish books and articles and present internationally on these subjects.  I also serve the profession, university, college, and the community.   In my free time, I make films, garden, game and co-own Scuppernong Books, an independent bookseller (more . . ).

Intersections: Plate Interviews Gregory Grieve 

Credit: MATEUS_27:24&25 | Flickr
Experiments with Religion in the Internet’s Early Days — With Heidi Campbell,

Invited Lectures

September 27-28, Religion in the Digital Age II: Mediating ‘the Human’ in a Globalizing Asia at NYU

October 11 -12, “Remediating Sacred Scriptures” Symposium at Syracuse University

October 17-18, Virtual World Workshop, Texas A&M University

Nov 14, “The Zen of Second Life,” The Department of Religious Studies at UNC Chapel Hill

Nov 22  Virtual Ethnography, THATcamp, AAR, Baltimore

Dec 17 Playing with Religion in Video Games, Charles University, Prague,  

 

 

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