Sarah Dove is a PhD Candidate and Graduate Teaching Associate in the Department of Comparative Studies, and a Graduate Administrative Associate for the Center for the Study of Religion at the Ohio State University. She earned an MA in Dance Theories and Practices from UNC Greensboro in 2015. As a part of her research, she uses dance studies–with specific attention to the theoretical potential of choreographic processes–as a lens through which to view cultural phenomena. Her commitment to interdisciplinarity has afforded her the opportunity to present papers at several prestigious national conferences. Sarah has contributed a chapter titled “A Myth of Holism: In/Visible Fragmentations and Wounded Being” to the book The Religious Body Imagined,to be released by Equinox Publishing; her article”I’ll Fly Away: Interstitial Performativity in Pentecostal Worship Practice” is forthcoming in Body and Religion.