Westward Ho and the Pioneer Madonna
This paper considers the meaning of New World "Madonnas" in nineteenth/early twentieth century American art within the context of gender, politics, and religion.
||Art History, Visual Studies, American Studies
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 3, pp.81-100.
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Growing up in a small town in Ohio, I was protected from everything except religious dogma. Thus it has been my mission as a "late-bloomer" to learn everything I can about all that I was not supposed to know. All of my academic degrees are from Ohio schools, the latest in 2000 at the Union Institute and University (my PhD). I have taught in New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, and currently am teaching in Texas. I vowed never to live West of the Mississippi again and yet here I am.
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