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Bell, Catherine M., 1953-


Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

A millennial masque - wherein the arbitrariness of time reveals the illusiveness of all human expectations / featuring Cardinal Ex Corde, the Grim Reaper, Madame Butterfly, a Serious Scholar, the Keeper of the Clocks, plus Historical Narrator, Musical Director, and the Come-As-You-Are Orphic Chorus (2 copies), December 31, 1999

 File — Box: 12, Folder: 8
Identifier: Acc. # 202001-002
Scope and Content From the Accrual:

This accrual includes notebooks with handwritten journal entries, poems, drawings, and loose-leaf ephemera. It also includes 3 files containing poems, correspondence, and other ephemera, and one USB drive containing poems, research material, course material, medical information, letters of reference, and other content pertaining to Bell's teaching and research at Santa Clara Univeristy. Notebooks appear to cover time spent in Tokyo and Chicago.

Dates: December 31, 1999

Catherine Bell papers

Identifier: PP-Bell
Abstract The Catherine Bell papers, 1965-2008 (bulk 1996-2008), document Bell’s research process as she began writing Believing and the Practice of Religion, left unfinished at the time of her death in 2008. With this book, Bell sought to spur a discussion about belief, a phenomenon that few religious scholars had addressed but that Bell held was central to the study of religion. The collection includes her unfinished manuscript and related research materials. The...
Dates: 1965-2008 (bulk 1996-2008); Majority of material found within 1996 - 2008