From Wednesday, July 22, to Sunday, July 26, San Diego Comic-Con will be streaming content for Comic-Con@Home (https://www.comic-con.org/cci/2020/athome). Amy Lawton is part of a panel sponsored by the Fleet Science Center: "Sinless, Fearless, Ruthless - A look at science and social science in a YA sci-fi book." The book is about dystopian religion and the panel will be available to watch on Friday, July 24, at 4 pm.
Congratulations to Amy Lawton, who has been awarded a graduate student fellowship through "The Sociology of Science and Religion: Identity and Belief Formation” funding initiative, led by Elaine Howard Ecklund (Rice University) and John H. Evans (University of California, San Diego), and funded through the Templeton Religion Trust (https://religion-science-sociology.com). The fellowship will support her research for her dissertation, “Medical Students, Donor Bodies, and the Scientific Sacred.”