Andrew is a second year MTS candidate at Harvard Divinity School. Broadly speaking, his research interests include post-structuralist subjectivity, literary criticism, and new media consumption, especially as these relate to contemporary, “non-traditional” manifestations of religious communities and practices. Before coming to the Divinity School, Andrew earned his BA in religion from Carroll University. He presented his undergraduate thesis, “Genesis 2-3: New Contexts, New Interpretations,” at the American Academy of Religion Upper Midwest Regional Conference. As a SRC Junior Fellow, he is investigating the ways that violent discourse operates at the interstices of videogames and the digital communities that form in, around, and across them.
For more about Andrew's work, read An Interview with Andrew Martinez.