Popular Religious Imagery: What Do We Think When It's Not a Rembrandt or a Rubens?
Guest David Morgan is a professor of humanities at Christ College, the honor college of Valparaiso University, and author of "Visual Piety: A history and theory of popular religious images." We've invited him to discuss the way that popular images often regarded as mere kitsch--at least certainly not high-brow art--have been shaping us. Perhaps they have an even greater impact on us than "fine art."—Original airdate: 11/15/2006
<< Back to archive