D. W. Pasulka is a professor of religious studies at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, and chair of the Department of Philosophy and Religion. Her current research focuses on religious and supernatural belief and practice and its connections to digital technologies and environments. She is the author and coeditor of numerous books and essays, including Posthumanism: the Future of Homo Sapiens, coedited with Michael Bess. She is also a history and religion consultant for movies and television, including The Conjuring and The Conjuring II. She has been the principal investigator for numerous grants, including the Federal grant program Teaching American History, which supported middle school and high school teachers in their efforts to teach religious and American history to public school students throughout North Carolina.
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