Articles in this issue come from an ongoing conversation among scholars who have connections to Canberra and work in theology, anthropology and history.
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The articles in this issue of St Mark's Review emerge from an ongoing conversation among an international group of scholars who work in the fields of theology, anthropology, and history. They have all found that these disciplines are especially fruitful ones for interdisciplinary work. The contributions to this issue, several of which focus on our Australasian region, suggest mutually enriching lines of intersection as well as avenues for future research.