Alexandra Boutros is an associate professor in Communication Studies at Wilfrid Laurier University. She is a graduate of McGill University’s Communication Studies and Art History department and is a former Lily Fellow with the Centre for Media, Religion, and Culture at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Her research generally explores the intersection of identity, media, and technology in the context of religious, cultural and social movements. Recently publications fall in the fields of religion and media, critical race theory, and popular culture and she recently co-edited, with Jeremy Stolow, “Visible/Invisble: Religion, Media, and the Public Sphere, a special issue of the Canadian Journal of Communication. She is presently the chair of the Canadian Association of Cultural Studies.