Robert Covolo is a cultural theologian residing in Los Angeles. He has served as a scholar at the Visual Faith Institute of Art and Architecture, as faculty at the Torrey Honors Institute, and currently directs the Center for Pastoral Residents, Christ Church Sierra Madre. He and his wife Kenia enjoy hiking and eating Mexican food.
Dr. Covolo’s 2020 volume, Fashion Theology (Baylor University Press), has received over 20 academic reviews. Other recent publications include: “Neo-Calvinism and the Arts” in T & T Clark Handbook to Neo-Calvinism (2023); “Theologizing Social Pluralism: Catholic and Neo-Calvinist Approaches” in Studies in Reformed Theology: Social Thought (2023); “Clothing Collegians in Christ” in Stewarding Our Bodies: A Vision for Christian Student Affairs (2023); “Reformed Resources for Thinking About Fashion” in Reformed Public Theology: A Global Vision for Life in the World (2021); and “St. Augustine’s Phenomenology of Modern Fashion’s Logic” in Church Life Journal (2021).