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Benjamin Bennett-Carpenter teaches writing, rhetoric, and interdisciplinary studies at Oakland University in Michigan (USA). Bennett-Carpenter is the author of two books, father of two adult sons, and partner with his spouse, an artist. Ben provides project consulting and personal coaching to individuals, both independently and, recently, with a new Life Coaching practice at Sollars & Associates, Inc.
Benjamin Bennett-Carpenter, Ph.D. (2008, Catholic University of America, Washington DC), serves as Special Lecturer in Writing and Rhetoric, Liberal Studies, and the Honors College at Oakland University in Michigan, USA. Publications include articles in the Journal of Communication and Religion, the journal Mortality: Promoting the Interdisciplinary Study of Death and Dying, and Zygon: Journal of Religion & Science. Bennett-Carpenter is the author of Death in Documentaries: The Memento Mori Experience (Brill | Rodopi, 2018) and Explaining Jesus: An Interdisciplinary Exploration of a Phenomenon (Lexington Books | Rowman & Littlefield, 2019). He serves as editorial board member for the Journal of Media Law and Ethics, as co-chair of the Interdisciplinary Study of Religions section of the Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, and as founding co-editor of Cruel Garters, a contemporary poetry publication.