Jonathan D. Cohen is a PhD Candidate in the Corcoran Department of History at the University of Virginia. His dissertation, For a Dollar and a Dream: State Lotteries and American Inequality, examines the rise of state lotteries in economic, religious, political, and cultural context of the late twentieth century United States. He is the co-editor of All In: Gambling in the Twentieth Century United States (forthcoming, University of Nevada Press).
Caitlin Flanagan is a Jefferson Scholar at the University of Virginia, where she is pursuing her B.A. She in interested in intersection of political and intellectual history, with particular attention to religion in modern America.