Alexandra Prince


alprince@buffalo.edu | CV 

Fields: Religion | Disability | Mad Studies

BA McGill University, Religious Studies & History; MA University at Albany, History & Media

My dissertation examines the cultural construction of the co-identification of new religious movements (NRMs) and insanity during the nineteenth and early twentieth century. I am more broadly interested in the historical study of madness, nineteenth century print media, the dialogue between religion and early science, and the social history of religion both in the U.S. and the Caribbean