Jeff Richmond-Moll

 

Jeff Richmond-Moll

Jeff Richmond-Moll is a doctoral student in Art History at the University of Delaware, studying nineteenth- and early twentieth-century American art. His current research investigates the role of religion in transcultural artistic exchanges, the interplay of religion and American national identity, and the contested nature of sculpture in the Protestant art-making tradition. He graduated in 2010 from Princeton University with an A.B. in Art History, and received a Graduate Certificate in Christian Studies from Westminster Theological Seminary (Philadelphia) in 2011.

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"'Divine Truths Photographed Upon the Soul': The Holy Land through the Stereoscope"

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