Tag: Madeleine Lewis

We Can’t Leave Tesla Alone

Madeleine Lewis graduated from UA in 2017 with degrees Religious Studies and Applied Mathematics. She is now teaching English and Computer Science in Montenegro with the Fulbright Program. This past September, Elon Musk tweeted, “Finally, we will do Nikola Tesla proud by having his cars in his countries of origin!” This claim about beginnings, coupled with the fact that I have lived in what some people assert to be Tesla’s singular country of origin for over a year, sparked my […]

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But First a Word From Our Students…

Madeleine Lewis is a senior studying mathematics and religion at the University of Alabama. They spend their time researching conspiracy theories, making tacos in a tiny kitchen, and inciting resistance in their peers, among other things. We’re asking some current REL students to finish a few sentences for us…. The first REL course I took at UA was: Religion and Literature: Authority, Authorship, and Canon with Dr. Simmons. One of the most curious things I’ve learned so far in one of […]

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