Evander Lewis Price, PhD

Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for Religion and the Human, Indiana University
Evander L. Price is a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Religion and the Human at Indiana University, Bloomington. He works part-time as a professional editor and writing consultant. He has worked at the Harvard Extension School Writing Center since 2015, is a former Harvard Horizons Scholar, and has received multiple Derek C. Bok Center Certificates for Excellence in Teaching. Price holds degrees from Harvard University (PhD, American Studies; MA, English) and Vassar College (BA, Art History, English). He is the former director of first year arts initiatives at the Harvard Dean of Students Office and served four years as a senior residential tutor in Lowell House. His writing appears regularly in Monument Lab and his latest article, "On Creating a Usable Future," was recently published in Monument Culture: International Perspectives on the Future of Monuments (2019). Forthcoming articles include a broad range of topics, including an essay on The Aeneida, Confederate future monuments, the 1939 New York World's Fair, and extinction as an aspect of material religion. His current book project Future Monumentality considers monuments that exist to explicitly reify and manifest an imagination of the future.


  • PhD Harvard University