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Brett Bias

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Summary

Early Modern Spain, Religion, Gender and Sexuality.

Advised by Luis Corteguera.

Dissertation Title: "Good Catholics, Bad Acts: Sacrilege, Blasphemy and Lived Religion in the Early Modern Spanish Empire"

Biography:

Brett Bias, a native West Virginian, completed his BA and his MA in History at Cleveland State University before coming to KU.

His research interests include the early modern Spanish Atlantic world, early modern Europe, religion, gender and sexuality. He is advised by Luis Corteguera.


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