Delvin J. Moody is a PhD student specializing in the Religions in American Culture under the direction of Prof. Margarita Guillory. His areas of interest include religious traditions in the African-diaspora (particularly Gullah-Geechee communities), modern forms of Africana religiosity in the Americas, Black Liberation Theology with particular focus on non-Christian perspectives, and existentialism as it pertains to modernity as a threat to blackness.  Delvin holds a dual-bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Religion from University of Rochester, a master’s degree with distinction in Religion from Colgate University, and a Master of Sacred Theology degree from Union Theological Seminary of New York City. In his free time, he loves cooking, hiking, and spending time with family.