Lucinda Allen Mosher is faculty associate in interfaith studies at Hartford Seminary and a member of its Macdonald Center for the Study of Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations. A specialist in online learning, she teaches courses on comparative theology, interreligious dialogue, and religious diversity. Concurrently, she is the Center for Anglican Communion Studies Fellow in World Anglicanism at Virginia Theological Seminary and book review editor for the Journal of Interreligious Studies. She has been a chronicler of the Building Bridges Seminar since its inception in 2002 and a member of its staff since Georgetown University assumed stewardship of the initiative in 2012. As the seminar’s rapporteur, she is the editor of its book series, published by Georgetown University Press. Her other publications include the award-winning Hindu Approaches to Spiritual Care: Chaplaincy in Theory and Practice (co-edited with Vineet Chander, 2020); Personhood, Illness, and Death in America’s Multifaith Neighborhoods: A Practical Guide (2018); and Toward Our Mutual Flourishing: The Episcopal Church, Interreligious Relations, and Theologies of Religious Manyness (2012); plus many articles and chapters on multifaith matters. She received her Th.D. from General Theological Seminary (New York City).