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The Holy Body: Between Science and the Supernatural

Haunting Religion

Brad Bouley, postdoctoral fellow of the USC department of history, lectures at the Haunting Religion seminar. 
The Holy Body: Between Science and the Supernatural

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Tuesday, November 13, 2012 13/11/2012 12:00:00 13/11/2012 14:00:00 6 The Holy Body: Between Science and the SupernaturalBrad Bouley, postdoctoral fellow of the USC department of history, lectures at the Haunting Religion seminar. University Park Campus
12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
University Park Campus
Social Sciences Building (SOS)
250
Free, RSVP Required http://bit.ly/irg2012

The lecture is a part of "Haunting Religion," a seminar sponsored by the Center for Religion and Civic Culture's Interdisciplinary Research Group. The seminars focus on religious conceptions of, and responses to, the dead, the paranormal, the supernatural, and the otherworldly. 

Brad Bouley is a historian of early modern Europe who focuses on religious and scientific developments. Currently he is working on turning his dissertation into a book and completing articles about the finances of the Roman Inquisition and cannibalism in early modern Italy. He received his Ph.D. from Stanford University in 2012. 

Haunting Religion is organized by Lisa Bitel, professor of history and religion, and Lynn Swartz Dodd, director of the Archaeology Research Center at USC.  

To RSVP, please visit http://bit.ly/irg2012