Transhumanist Imagination

transhumanist imagination

Eugene Clay

TITLE

Associate Professor in the School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies

DEPARTMENT

School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies

EMAIL

Eugene.Clay@asu.edu

BIO

Having been raised in New Orleans and Boston, Eugene Clay studied history at the University of Chicago, where he earned his BA, MA, and PhD degrees.  Under the direction of Richard Hellie, he completed his dissertation on the Russian "flagellants" [khlysty] in 1989 and taught Russian history for several years at universities in Illinois and Colorado.  In 1993 he began teaching in the Religious Studies Department at Arizona State University, where he writes and lectures about religious movements in Russia and Eurasia, the relationship between religion and nationalism, and the encounters of the world religions.