"Beyond Disenchantment: Science, Technology, and New Religious Movements"

This May I was invited to participate in a weekend workshop at WIlliams College, "Beyond Disenchantment: Science, Technology, and New Religious Movements." I presented the nascent version of my last case study for the dissertation, considering the role of American Protestant forms of gnostic thought in contemporary discourses about technology and the body.

AAR 2017

Find me at the AAR, this November:

On Friday, I'll be in the audience at the Religion and Media workshop on fake news.

On Saturday, I'll be co-presenting a panel on How to Make Department Service Work for You: Establishing Collective Resources with the Student Lounge Roundtable.

On Sunday, I'll be a panelist at the Critical Theories and Discourses in Religion and Cultural History of the Study of Religion Unit and Philosophy of Religion Unit panel Author Meets Critics: The Myth of Disenchantment: Magic, Modernity, and the Birth of the Human Sciences (University of Chicago Press, 2017).