K. M. Camper is a doctoral candidate in the English Language and Literature program at the University of Maryland in College Park, MD. He received his MA in Rhetoric from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA. His research interests include the interpretation, translation, and preaching of the Bible, with a focus on early Christianity and American Protestantism. His current research explores the relationship between interpretation and persuasion. To contact him, write kmcamper [at] umd [dot] edu.
Kari J. Tremeryn (née Lundgren) received her PhD in Rhetoric from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA, in April 2013. She also holds an MA in Rhetoric from Carnegie Mellon as well as a BA in Philosophy from Franciscan University of Steubenville. Her research focuses on how the relationship between religion and power shows up in language, with a particular interest in how women articulate religious identity (for more specifics, visit her research page). In addition to co-founding Religious Rhetorics, Kari is an occasional contributor at the Catholic blogs Vox Nova and Our Daily Thread, and her commentary on contemporary Catholicism and abortion politics was featured on The Huffington Post during the weeks leading up to the 2008 presidential election. To contact her, write tremeryn [at] cmu [dot] edu.