Trevor Burrows is in his second year of graduate study at Purdue University in Lafayette, Indiana. He focuses on American Religious History from the late nineteenth-century onward, with an eye toward ecumenism, interfaith dialogue/cooperation, and other themes related to religious pluralism. He thinks he reads too much, but judging by the number of books left unread, he still doesn’t read enough.
He lives in Lafayette with his wonderful fiancee and their cat, among stacks of books that are constantly growing and an always flowing stream of music. Amongst his favorite things are a spinet piano he inherited from his grandparents, the framed picture of Gustav Mahler that hangs above said piano, and a small Buddha statue that sits upon, yes, the aforementioned piano. Juxtapose that image with his favorite television show, Northern Exposure, and you probably know most of what there is to know about him (none of which you really needed or wanted to know in the first place). He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.