Eleanor Power

Eleanor Power is an Omidyar Postdoctoral Fellow at the Santa Fe Institute. An evolutionary anthropologist working primarily in South India, Eleanor studies how religious belief and practice interact with and shape interpersonal relationships. She uses a diverse suite of methodological tools in this endeavor, primarily including social network analysis.

Recent Posts

February 14, 2017 in Biology, Religion

What Does the Onlooker See? Observing the Religious Action of Others

Evidence that a person’s religious action shapes how others perceive him or her can help us better understand why we see such impressive forms of religious devotion the world over.
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