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Sometimes our Art History faculty get to do research on topics a little bit outside their usual specializations, and this can turn into an interesting and broader view of the field–one example is Medievalist Dorothy Verkerk’s recent essay for Religion and the Arts about a late 19th-century popular culture image of the Good Shepherd that became ubiquitous in protestant North America. You can read the full essay attached here: “The Quiet Affection in Their Eyes” Bernhard Plockhorst’s Jesus as the Good Shepherd

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