Eden Consenstein joined the Religion in the Americas subfield in 2015, after completing a B.A. in Religious Studies at the University of Toronto and an M.A. in Religious Studies at New York University. Her Master’s thesis, “Buying into Ordinary: Polygamy and Consumerism on Reality Television” looked at depictions of consumerism and domesticity in two reality television shows about fundamentalist Mormon families. Her research at Princeton investigates the connections between religion, information, media, business, and politics in the United States during the mid- twentieth century.