Lecture: “The Prayer Paradox: How Cultural Tools Create Problems as well as Possibilities for Action​”


Location: 4060A Jenkins Nanovic Halls

Sociology Colloquium Series hosts Dan Winchester, Associate Professor of Sociology from Purdue University. Most broadly, his research focuses on how human identity, experience, and action are influenced by cultural practices and social relationships. He has found religion, in general, and religious conversion, in particular, to be fascinating sites in which to empirically investigate and theorize about these topics. 

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All are welcome.