Race MoChridhe is a teacher and independent scholar of religion (Master of Religious Studies, Nations University, 2013) who has been privileged to share his work in a variety of journals and conferences, in addition to writing for the Encyclopedia of Women in World Religions, responding to the Religious Studies Project, and most recently interning for Feminism & Religion. He is an occasional adjunct instructor with Cherry Hill Seminary and a member of the National Coalition of Independent Scholars. His full CV may be viewed here.
In addition to his academic work, MoChridhe is also engaged in interfaith activities and the promotion of religious literacy, seeking to foster dialogue and understanding around the religious ideas and practices that shape our emergent global society. He is himself a practicing Filianist, as well as an Ovate in the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids.
In his very limited spare time he is also a widely published poet, an amateur linguist, and a Cardigans fan. He lives with his feisty Brigidine wife and an equally feisty toddler in the Minnesota River Valley.