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Kathleen Duffy is a doctoral student in American Religions. Her current research explores the intersection of religion, coloniality, land, labor, and memory through Black and Indigenous led agricultural movements and the American pastoral narrative. Other areas of interest include the relationship between critique, epistemological authority, and the categories of religion and the secular, as well as environmental humanities, civil religion/religion and governance, new materialisms, critical performance ethnography, and place-based pedagogy. Kathleen earned her B.A. in Religious Studies from Kenyon College. Her advisor is Robert Orsi.