BA (University of Western Ontario), MA, PhD (Queen's)
Assistant Professor of Contemporary Religious Context
Theological Hall 230
613.533.6000, ext. 74313
Curriculum Vitae for Sharday Mosurinjohn (PDF, 859KB)
Dr. Mosurinjohn studies the discursive construction of spirituality and religion as well as concepts of nonreligion and secularity. Specific interests include the study of "new religious movements" (NRMs), ritual, and religion and/as media. Her broad interest in the material turn touches on contexts of contemporary (especially conceptual) art; museums; everyday aesthetics; digital contexts (eg. social media; surveillance cultures), and affect. Her major line of research continues to be about boredom and spirituality—taking the modern concept of boredom as a spiritual crisis as a heuristic through the late modern context of choice and information overload.
She supervises RELS MA and Cultural Studies PhD students in these and related areas.