Callie Tabor is a fourth-year doctoral student in the Graduate Division of Religion at Emory University. Before arriving at Emory, Callie spent five years studying in the United Kingdom where she received an M.A. (Hons) in English from the University of St. Andrews and an M.A. in Christian Theology (Catholic Studies) from Durham University. At Durham, she served as a student member of the Centre for Catholic Studies in the Theology and Religion department. Callie’s research focuses on the intersection between theology and the arts, with a special interest in the question of how poetic modes of expression shape our ways of attending to the world. In addition to this research, she loves to study and teach feminist theology, the theology of nature and grace, and the question of the relationship between beauty and justice.