John Dulin is currently conducting fieldwork in Ghana. He is a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Anthropology at Stanford University. He received his PhD from UC San Diego in August of 2016. His dissertation titled “Intelligible Tolerance, Ambiguous Tensions, and Antagonistic Revelations: Patterns of Muslim-Christian Coexistence in Orthodox Ethiopia” was based on 20 months of field work in the Amhara region in northwest Ethiopia. John looked at how Muslims and Christians get along on a daily basis despite tensions arising from major changes on the religious landscape, in particular the proliferation of visible mosques in urban spaces that use to be uniformly Christian.