Sex and the Soul: Juggling Sexuality, Spirituality, Romance, and Religion on America's College Campuses

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Acknowledgments

First and foremost I thank the Louisville Foundation, which generously funded the research, assistance, and travel necessary for this project, and in particular the foundation’s president, Jim Lewis, for his excitement and guidance regarding my grant work. I’d also like to thank the Department of Religion at Boston University for providing me a vibrant home base while I took time away to write.

My gratitude to Dr. Molly Millwood and Dr. Jeffrey Adams from the Department of Psychology at St. Michael’s College for their expertise and assistance in the development of the online survey, and for being such important conversation partners throughout this study. I could not have done this project without you both.

My thanks to the many colleagues who have taken an interest in this project and offered up their encouragement, support, guidance, and advice over the last several years, especially Lauren Winner, Stephen Prothero, Jason King, Sharon Lamb, and Elizabeth Dreyer. To my graduate assistants Abby Love Smith and Per Smith, for their detailed attention to the manuscript. To all my wonderful friends and family who listened to me speak passionately about this project during its many different stages, and who not only offered their ears but also their opinions and ideas.

For their assistance with hundreds of hours of transcription, as well as lending their personal opinions and experiences on campus during the development of this project from a “course on dating” to a national

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