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Religious Studies Student Anders Nilsson Presents at Religious Studies Symposium

Anders Nilsson

Religious Students Student, Anders Nilsson (featured above) presented at the Indiana University Undergraduate Religious Studies Association (URSA) Symposium on March 26th & 27th, representing Utah State University. The symposium attracted students from Brown, Duke, Georgetown, Oberlin, Rice, Stanford, University of North Carolina, Utah State, and Vanderbilt, as well as Indiana University. 

The name of Anders' paper and presentation was, "Thomas Merton, Simone Weil, and the Mysticism of Social Action." He was part of a group of three presenting on mysticism and the supernatural. Congratulations to Anders for this great accomplishment!


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