A research publication by Britt Halvorson, faculty fellow in anthropology, is included in a new book of essays, The Request and the Gift in Religious and Humanitarian Endeavors (Pp. 65-92, Palgrave Macmillan, 2017). Halvorson’s chapter is titled ” When God Is a Moral Accountant: Dilemmas and Requests of Accountability in U.S. Medical Relief in Madagascar” and “examines how Lutheran aid workers in Minneapolis/St. Paul and Antananarivo, Madagascar, who have participated in a 30-year-old religiously based medical-aid partnership, perceive and practice accountability work.”