Sierra Lawson

Sierra is a doctoral student in the Religion and Culture track at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the USA. She studies rhetorics of devotion, previously focusing on communities who describe themselves as devoted to the Virgin of Guadalupe. Her current work examines discourses on religion in the Atlantic world with a particular interest in how social identities were constructed during the early modern period in the Iberian Peninsula. You can access her website here.

Contributions by Sierra Lawson

podcast

Discourse! February 2020 with Sierra Lawson and Sidney Castillo

Breann Fallon sits down with Sierra Lawson and Sidney Castillo to discuss the recent Peruvian Congress elections and the controversial new book "American Dirt."

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Discourse #11 | Oct 2019

Chris Cotter is joined by Susannah Crockford and Sierra Lawson in this month's edition of discourse, discussing college football politics in Alabama, Donald Trump's new 'spiritual adviser', a Day of the Dead/Dia de Muertos memorializing migrants who have died at the US border, Armistice/Remembrance/Veterans day rituals, and the recent controversy surrounding QR codes at the AAR-SBL.

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