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Christina McRorie is a doctoral candidate in the Theology, Ethics, and Culture program in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Virginia. Her research interests include Christian thought, religious ethics in the Abrahamic traditions, the history and philosophy of economics, and the ways religious traditions make sense of and respond to economic change. Her dissertation, "Moral Agency in Global Capitalism Today: A Theological Analysis," reflects theologically on the context for moral agency presented by contemporary economic life. McRorie holds an MAR in Ethics from Yale University, and a BA in History and Religion from Pepperdine University. Her essays have appeared in The Hedgehog Review and the Journal of Religious Ethics, and at the Institute, McRorie contributes to the Program on Culture, Capitalism, and Global Change. During the 2015-2016 academic year, McRorie is also an Adam Smith Fellow studying political economy at George Mason University.