Liam Sutherland is a first year PhD student at the University of Edinburgh looking at religious communities and constructions of Scottish national identity, although not leaving behind his Masters obsession with E.B. Tylor and the definition of religion. He has written and recorded a review of Graham Harvey’s Food, Sex and Strangers, as well as An Evaluation of Harvey’s Approach to Animism and the Tylorian Legacy, The Spirit of the Matter: a Neo-Tylorian Response to Timothy Fitzgerald and A Brief Re-Examination of the Concept of Belief in the Study of Religion for the Religious Studies project, and participated in roundtable recordings on What is the Future of Religious Studies? and Should Religious Studies be Multidisciplinary?