Jacqueline H. Fewkes, PhD, is Professor of Anthropology at the Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College of Florida Atlantic University. She received her BA inAnthropology from Johns Hopkins University, and her PhD in Anthropology from the University of Pennsylvania. Fewkes has conducted research in many different parts of the world, including India, Indonesia, the Maldives, Saudi Arabia and the United States. In addition to having written many journal articles and book chapters on topics such as the cultural significance of mosque spaces and digital religion, Fewkes is the author of the books Locating Maldivian Women’s Mosques in Global Discourses (2019) and Trade and Contemporary Society along the Silk Road: An Ethno-History of Ladakh (2008), as well as an editor of the books Anthropological Perspectives on theReligious Uses of Mobile Apps (2019), Private Lives, Public Histories: An Ethnohistory of the Intimate Past (2020) (with R. Corr) and Muslim Communities and Cultures of the Himalayas (2021) (with M.A. Sijapati). Her work has been supported by grants and awards from organizations such as the United States Library of Congress, Social Science Research Council, American Council of Learned Societies, American Historical Association, Association for Asian Studies, International Research and Exchanges Board, Duke University, and Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Kennan Institute. She is currently the principal investigator for the “American Mosques Research Project” an ongoing study about how mosque spaces, and their histories, play a significant role in creating a sense of what it means to be Muslim in the United States.