Cody Musselman earned a Ph.D. in Religious studies from Yale University in 2022. She is an ethnographer of contemporary American religion, focusing on the intersections of religion, capitalism, the body, and health. Her book manuscript, “Spiritual Exercises: Fitness and Religion in Modern America,” observes how the structuring logics of American Christianity operate in the consumerist landscape of health, wellness, and fitness to understand how religion is enlisted in the politicized work of reforming the body. Her research has appeared in Religion Dispatches and The Conversation. In 2019-2020, she was a visiting graduate research fellow at the Center for the Study of Religion at Princeton University. Cody earned master’s degrees at Yale University, an M.T.S. in Religions of the Americas from Harvard Divinity School, and her B.A. from Kalamazoo College.