Josh Gray is a PhD candidate in the Committee on the Study of Religion at Harvard University, as well as a writer, translator, and sometimes actor living in North Brooklyn. He used to publish under Joshua C.A. Cohen, but that got unwieldy. His dissertation asks about the rise of raza (race, almost) as a theological concept in Renaissance Spain, and wonders why this rise coincides with a new Christian fixation on motherers, especially evil ones; his other writing is more all over. Josh grew up on the Upper East Side—I went to Hunter—and has lived in Rabat, Tunis, Madrid, Granada, Somerville, Berlin, and Montreal.
He tries to tweet here. You can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.