Document Type

Annual Report

Publication Date

11-2002

Department

Religious Studies

Abstract

An ethnographic consideration of the devotion surrounding Audrey Marie Santo, a stigmatist and victim soul in Worcester, Massachusetts. The article uses the theme of the “silent body” to connect the Audrey Santo phenomenon to contemporary academic understandings of the body and embodiment.

Comments

Copyright 2002, University of Chicago. Used by permission courtesy of JSTOR.

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