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Travis Warren Cooper is a social anthropologist and religious studies scholar by training who researches and writes on the social architecture of everyday life, architectures ranging from digital networks, to built environments, to popular entertainment media. He holds a double doctoral degree in anthropology and religious studies from Indiana University—Bloomington. A lecturer in Butler University's International Studies Department, Dr. Cooper teaches classes on global issues, popular culture, new media, religion, and film.
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