Speaker to discuss studies of death and dying in inner city

March 16 2006

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. - Indiana State University's Center for the Study of Health, Religion and Spirituality, and the ISU Honors Program present a program entitled, "Dancing with Broken Bones: Portraits of Death and Dying Among Inner City Poor."

David Moller, professor of medical humanities at the University of Missouri-Kansas City Medical School, will discuss research he conducted in Indianapolis while a faculty member at Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis.

Moller has lectured extensively on the human encounter with mortality; engagement of religious and spiritual issues in the African-American community; and is the author of several books, including one with the same title as his lecture. He will speak at 4 p.m. Monday (March 20) in ISU's Cunningham Memorial Library, Room 028. His presentation is free and open to the public.

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Contact: Tom Johnson, professor of psychology and associate director, Center for the Study of Health, Religion and Spirituality, Indiana State University, (812) 237-2449 or tjohnson1@isugw.indstate.edu

Writer: Dave Taylor, media relations director, Indiana State University, (812) 237-3743 or dave.taylor@indstate.edu

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Indiana State University's Center for the Study of Health, Religion and Spirituality, and the ISU Honors Program present a program entitled, "Dancing with Broken Bones: Portraits of Death and Dying Among Inner City Poor."

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