Conspirituality in the Time of Plague: Dispatches from the Front
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Sam Kestenbaum is a journalist who covers religious life in America for The New York Times, the Washington Post and elsewhere. In 2023, he was the recipient of the Wilbur Award for magazine-writing and has won prizes from the Los Angeles Press Club, the Silurians Press Club and the Society for Features Journalism. The American Academy of Religion calls his writing “remarkably fluent and engaging; each article… makes a little-known dimension of modern religion vividly accessible.” In the words of The Revealer magazine, “He has a particular talent for telling stories about complicated people with a kind of lucid nuance.”
This event will take place on the ASU Tempe campus in West Hall, Room 135, and will be livestreamed through the Center's YouTube channel and on ASU Live. Your confirmation email will provide detailed directions to the venue. The lecture will be followed by audience Q&A and a reception with light refreshments.
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