Travis Warren Cooper is an associate instructor and PhD student at Indiana University (Bloomington), working in the fields of social anthropology and religious studies. His research and fieldwork centers on emerging evangelicals of the North American Midwest, with excursions into method and theory in the study of religion, religion and the body, materiality, gender theory and sexuality, media, ritual/ritualization, critical ethnography, visual culture, social and anthropological theory, and emotion/affect/experience. Travis blogs occasionally for the Bulletin for the Study of Religion and writes informally about his academic work and corollary interests at his personal blog site, Mythology & Footnotes. Find out more about his research and publications here. His published works include “Marjoe Gortner, Imposter Revivalist: Toward a Cognitive Theory of Religious Misbehavior” (PentecoStudies 12.1 (2013): 83-105, and “‘Cooking with Gordon’: Food, Health, and the Elasticity of Evangelical Gender Roles (and Belt Sizes) on The 700 Club” (Religion & Gender 3.1 (2013): 107-123.