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The visual culture of American religions
Morgan, David, 1957-
Publication Information:
Berkeley : University of California Press, [2001]

Physical Description:
xiv, 427 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm
The public display of religion / Sally M. Promey -- For Christ and the republic: Protestant illustration and the history of literacy in nineteenth-century America / David Morgan -- America's church: Roman Catholicism and civic space in the nation's capital / Thomas A. Tweed -- Architecture as community service: West Presbyterian Church in Wilmington, Delaware / Gretchen T. Buggeln -- Catholic envy: the visual culture of Protestant desire / John Davis -- Robert Gober's "virgin" installation: issues of spirituality in contemporary American art / Erika Doss -- Visual religion in media culture / Stewart M. Hoover -- From presentation to representation in Sioux sun dance painting / Harvey Markowitz -- William Sidney Mount and the Hermetic tradition in American art / David Bjelajac -- Transforming images: New Mexican Santos between theory and history / Claire Farago -- Visualizing God's silence: oracles, the Enlightenment, and Elihu Vedder's Questioner of the Sphinx / Leigh E. Schmidt -- Greetings from faith: early-twentieth-century American Jewish New Year postcards / Ellen Smith -- "When Jesus handed me a ticket": images of railroad travel and spiritual transformations among African Americans, 1865-1917 / John M. Giggie -- American Protestant Bible illustration from copper plates to computers / Paul Gutjahr.

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