Christine Jeske is a professional author, professor, and listener. She has a Ph.D. in Cultural Anthropology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and teaches at Wheaton College. After a decade working in teaching and community development while living in Nicaragua, China, and South Africa, she settled into a Wisconsin farmhouse named the Sanctuary with her husband, children, and a menagerie of creatures. She is author of three books, including The Laziness Myth, which explores what goes wrong with work and what people do about it. Her current research considers how white Christians develop long-term commitments to racial justice. Read more in her newsletter, Listening While White.