Project Affiliates

Crossroads Project Affiliates are members of the Black Religious Studies Working Group and participate in other project activities.

Vaughn A. Booker
George E. Doty, Jr. & Lee Spelman Doty Presidential Associate Professor
Department of Africana Studies
University of Pennsylvania
N. Fadeke Castor
Assistant Professor of Religion and Africana Studies
Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies
Northeastern University
Yvonne Chireau
Peggy Chan Professor of Black Studies
Department of Religion
Swarthmore College
Ralph H. Craig III
Department of Religion
Dartmouth College
Christina Davidson
Assistant Professor
Department of History
University of Southern California
KB Dennis Meade
2024 Crossroads Community Stories Fellow
Jamil Drake
Assistant Professor
Yale Divinity School
Ambre Dromgoole
2022 Crossroads Research Fellow
Assistant Professor of Africana Studies and Provost Faculty Fellow
Cornell University
Jazmin Graves
Assistant Professor
African American and African Diaspora Studies Program
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Ahmad Greene-Hayes
2022 Crossroads Research Fellow
Assistant Professor of African American Religious Studies
Harvard Divinity School
Matthew M. Harris
Provost's Postdoctoral Fellow
University of Chicago Divinity School
Melanee C. Harvey
Assistant Professor
Department of Art, Chadwick A. Boseman College of Fine Arts
Howard University
Elyan Hill
Assistant Professor of African and African Diaspora Art History
Department of Art History
Southern Methodist University
James Howard Hill Jr.
2022 Crossroads Research Fellow
Assistant Professor of Religious Studies
Boston University
Mélena Laudig
Crossroads Graduate Fellow
Department of Religion
Princeton University
Laura McTighe
Assistant Professor
Department of Religion
Florida State University
Timothy Rainey II
Assistant Professor
Department of Religion
St. Olaf College
Joseph Stuart
Postdoctoral Fellow
Neal A. Maxwell Institute
Brigham Young University
Cori Tucker-Price
Postdoctoral Fellow, Society of Fellows in the Humanities
School of Religion
University of Southern California