D. L. Pasulka (name change imminent) is a professor of religious studies at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington. Works include American Cosmic (Oxford University Press 2019), Heaven Can Wait (Oxford University Press 2014), as well as two co-authored books about religion and technology and academic essays, podcasts, and lectures. She is the head editor, in cooperation with the Vatican and the Esalen Center for Theory and Research, of the translation project of the canonization records of the saint, Joseph of Copertino. Her current book is Contact 21, a continuation of the research of American Cosmic. Dr. Pasulka’s research spans Catholic history to modern day reports of UAPs and UFOs. American Cosmic has been featured in mainstream presses such as Vice, Vox, Fox News, Tank, The Los Angeles Review of Books, Publisher’s Weekly, and Kirkus Reviews. Dr. Pasulka has been interviewed by The History Channel, Showtime, as well as being featured on podcasts including Vox Media’s Ezra Klein, Mysterious Universe, Coast to Coast, and Lex Fridman. She has spoken at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City, Syracuse University, and has been an invited speaker internationally, at The Commonwealth Club and various museums and public radio stations. Additionally, Dr. Pasulka consults about religion and history for movies and television, including The Conjuring (2013).Read more Read less
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