Adam is currently finishing a PhD in Social Anthropology with the University of Edinburgh. His research deals primarily with Khmer Evangelical Christianity. He conducted 14 months of ethnographic research from November 2015 – January 2017 in a particular poor, dense, and dynamic neighborhood in Phnom Penh, Cambodia looking at how religion (both Buddhism and Christianity) is experienced there. His research interests include, but not limited to, ritual and religion, the anthropology of Christianity, Buddhism, spatiality and temporality, subjectivity and personhood, the anthropology of ethics, political anthropology, Cambodia, Southeast Asia, and the African American Church in urban USA. Adam holds a BS in Civil Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, a Master of Divinity from Asbury Theological Seminary, and an MSc with Distinction in Social Anthropology from the University of Edinburgh. He currently and happily dwells in Edinburgh, Scotland with his wife and daughter.