- In her Oct. 19 lecture about "Caputo's Ghosts, Vasubandhu's Illusions, and Comparative Hauntology," Kiblinger will use ghost and illusion metaphors from two religious thinkers to help her elaborate on her argument and develop a theory of comparative theology as "hauntology."
- Her lecture examines the work of John D. Caputo, a well-known contemporary philosopher and theologian, alongside the work of Vasubandhu, a 4th century Indian thinker who founded the Yogacara School, an important Buddhist school of thought.
Winthrop University, "Ghost and Illusion Metaphors Part of Kiblinger's Lecture at Harvard Divinity School" (2011). Winthrop News 2011. 170.