Tag Archives: Ben Halliburton

On the Secrets of Women

Women’s History Month seems an apt time to explore the myriad ways in which women are represented — as authors, artists, subjects, printers, binders, and former owners — in the works of SLU’s rare book collection. In this installment of “Students in … Continue reading

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Mediating Between East and West: Confucianism and the Jesuit Order

Are you attending Friday’s lecture by Ronnie Hsia on “Confucian Christianity” in the Matteo Ricci Speakers Series? Then you will be interested in today’s installment of  “Students in the Stacks” by doctoral student Ben Halliburton, in which Ben gives the background … Continue reading

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Driving out the Devil: Demons, Witches, and Magic in the Rare Book Collection

The guest lecture by Thomas Allen and panel discussion on the Saint Louis Exorcism of 1949 has prompted us to explore the rare book collection for older works on this subject. Although we have only two books on exorcism per se, … Continue reading

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