Editor in Chief
Alexander D’Alisera is a graduate student at Yale University, studying the History of Christianity at the Divinity School. His current research explores patristic theological influences upon medieval vernacular texts, with a particular focus on the theology of Anglo-Saxon poetry and the reception of classical literature in the medieval English tradition. His other academic interests are diverse, ranging from Boethius’ Consolation of Philosophy and St. Anselm’s devotional texts, to Roman urban history, medieval translation theory, and political theories of revolution. While working as an editorial assistant for the Yale Law Report, D’Alisera re-founded Glossolalia in the summer of 2016, and has served as its editor in chief since its re-inception. He holds a B.A. from Bard College in Classics and History.
Chance Bonar is a second-year graduate student at Yale Divinity School, concentrating on the New Testament and Early Christianity. His academic interests include Hellenistic historiography, New Testament canon formation, and the Alexandrian intellectual tradition & its impact on Late Antique Egyptian Christianity. Bonar holds a bachelor’s degree from St. Olaf College in Religion, Classics, and Ancient Studies. He intends to pursue a Ph.D. in Early Christianity after his time at Yale Divinity School.
Bardia Bararpour is a senior research analyst at Naxion, a market research consulting firm in Philadelphia, and has been a freelance graphic designer since 2008. He holds a B.S. from Johns Hopkins University in Applied Mathematics and Statistics, and plans to embark upon graduate study in Mathematics in the near future.
Brock Harmon serves as the administrative liaison between Glossolalia and Yale University’s Information Technology Services. He holds an M.A.R. in Religion and Arts from Yale Divinity School, and has served as the School’s Web Coordinator since his graduation in 2004.