John J. McGraw

John J. McGraw (1974-2016) worked at CSU Northridge as an assistant professor in the Departments of Religious Studies and Central American Studies. He studied cognitive anthropology at UCSD and his doctoral research (2007-2015) investigated the rituals of the highland Maya of Guatemala, particularly the Tz'utujil. From 2011-2014 he was employed as a TESIS Research Fellow based in Denmark at Aarhus University's Interacting Minds Centre.

Research Interests: Divination, Ritual and Cognition, Cognitive Science of Religion, Ritual Objects, Ritual Theory

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