Ellen T. Armour holds the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Chair in Feminist Theology at Vanderbilt Divinity School and directs the Carpenter Program in Religion, Gender and Sexuality there. Her interest in how photographs “move” us dates back to her own childhood adventures with cameras. With her Kodak Instamatic, she documented a six-month trip around the world she and her family took when she was ten years old. In college, she bought a fancy (for her) Nikon SLR, which she used to document a much shorter family trip to her mother’s birthplace in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky. Her current book project, Seeing is Believing: Theology, Visual Culture and the New Media, mines theological resources to respond to the challenges posed by digital photography and the new media landscape. It builds on her most recent book, Signs and Wonders: Theology after Modernity (Columbia University Press, 2016). She is also the author of Deconstruction, Feminist Theology, and the Problem of Difference: Subverting the Race/Gender Divide (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1999) and co-editor with Susan St. Ville of Bodily Citations: Judith Butler and Religion (New York: Columbia University Press, 2006).