And as MAVCOR moves into its next phase, the project recently launched a completely revamped website. More than just place to announce the initiative's ongoing publications and events, the new MAVCOR has become an additional space for the project's resources, publications, and debates. An every-growing Archive of religious materiality allows users to submit images both iconic and quotidian; guest-curated exhibits (called Constellations) utilizing objects from the archive; and an expansive series of Conversations feature essays and interveiws on issues and methods in the study of material and visual culture. The entire endeavor is now online and open to others in the field to contribute to. The project as a whole is a fantastic resources, but it also serves as an exemplary model of the kind of mutli-modal publication scholars can take advantage of in this digital age.