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. He also currently works as an acquisitions editor for Academic Studies Press in Boston, and has previously worked in Wiley-Blackwell’s journal publishing offices. D’Alisera holds his M.A. in Religion from Yale and his B.A. in History & Classical Studies from Bard.
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 engaged 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.
Acacia Chan is an M.A.R. student at Yale Divinity School, concentrating in the Bible. Her academic interests include the theme of reversal in the Gospel of Luke, classical stereotypes, Paul’s use of rhetorical devices, and papyrology. She is currently a student committee member of the New England and Eastern Canada Region of the Society of Biblical Literature. Chan holds her B.A. from Walla Walla University.
Ben Wyatt is an M.Div. student at Yale Divinity School. His academic interests include Anglican ascetical theologies, the intersection of science and religion, classical theistic doctrines of God and their critics, and soteriology. He currently works as a research assistant to Dr. Joyce Mercer, and has previously worked as a research assistant in computational and experimental physics laboratories. Wyatt holds his B.A. from Vanderbilt University.
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.
Lauren Kane served as a senior editor for Glossolalia from 2016 to 2017, where alongside D’Alisera and Bonar, she helped orchestrate the 2016 re-foundation of the journal at Yale. She holds her M.A.R. in Religion and Literature from Yale Divinity School, and her B.A. in English from Salve Regina University.