Editor in Chief
Alexander D’Alisera re-founded the once-defunct Glossolalia in the summer of 2016, while working as an editorial assistant for the Yale Law Report at Yale Law School. At Yale Divinity School, he has served as Glossolalia’s editor in chief since its date of re-inception. D’Alisera holds his M.A. in Religion from Yale and his B.A. in History and Classics from Bard.
Lauren Kane holds her M.A.R. in Religion and Literature from Yale Divinity School. A currently unpublished writer of fiction, she is interested in the craft of psychological realism and phenomenology of place. Kane also holds a B.A. in English from Salve Regina University.
Chance Bonar is a Ph.D. student in Religion at Harvard University, concentrating on the New Testament and Early Christianity. His academic interests include the Nag Hammadi codices, forged antiquities, discourses of canonicity, and papyrology. He has worked as an editorial assistant for New Testament professors and as a cataloging assistant at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, where he worked primarily with Coptic, Ethiopic, and French texts. Bonar holds his M.A.R. from Yale Divinity School and his B.A. from St. Olaf College.
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.