Lisa Roy Vox is an adjunct professor who teaches at several Boston-area universities. Vox holds a Ph.D. from Emory University in US history, specializing in religious and intellectual history. Her dissertation, titled "The Death Wish of Humanity: Religious and Scientific Apocalypticism in the United States, 1859-2001," traces how apocalyptic beliefs, both secular and religious, developed in the modern United States. Vox has read pretty much everything about the apocalypse published in the United States.
Check out some of Vox's writing here:
Joss Whedon and the End of the World
About.com's African-American history website
Buffy and Premillennialist Christianity
A review of Tom Wolfe's I Am Charlotte Simmons
A review of Peter Murray's Methodists and the Crucible of Race, 1930-1975
"Religion and World War I"
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