William Samuel Chavez

Religions in North America, Religion and Popular Culture, Religion and Folklore.
HSSB 3043
Office Hours:
W: 10-2 (ASAM 71), or by appointment
Time Period: Spring 2018


William Chavez is an MA/PhD student interested in ritual and spatial practice. While his master’s thesis looks at exorcism across cultures, his dissertation will focus on the contemporary practice of exorcism in the United States. William received a BA in Religion, a BS in Mathematics, and a minor in Philosophy from the University of Rochester.

ASAM 71: Intro. to Asian American Religions
MES 45: Intro. to Middle East Studies
RS 12: Religious Approaches to Death
RS 113: Religion and Film
RS 21: Zen Buddhism
RS 193B: Religion and Healing in a Comparative Perspective
RS 80B: Religion & Western Civilization II: Medieval
RS 116A: The New Testament and Early Christianity
RS 1: Introduction to the Study of Religion
RS 20 / RS 162E: Indian Civilizations