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Assistant Professor, Religious Studies, McMaster University

I am an Assistant Professor at McMaster, where I teach in the Department of Religious Studies.

My ethnographic research focuses on communities and new religious movements seeking radical-longevity and immortality, as well as the historical and cultural framework of changing North American relationships to technology and death.

I have presented my research at the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), the American Academy of Religion (AAR), and the Society for the Anthropology of Religion (SAR), and have given numerous guest lectures on transhumanism, immortality, conspiracy theories, and the ethics of radical-longevity.

I received my BA in Jewish Studies from Concordia University in 2013, and my MA in Religious Studies from Concordia University in 2016.


  • –present
    Doctoral Candidate, McMaster University


  • 2016 
    Concordia University, MA Religious Studies


Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship