Norman Girardot is a professor of religion at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa. He is the author of Envisioning Howard Finster: The Myth and Meaning of a Stranger from Another World, about the American folk artist, whose work frequently included religious themes and images. Girardot is also an expert on similar artists, including Gregory Warmack, Myrtice West, Norbert Kox, Aloise Corbaz, Charlie Lucas and Lonnie Holley. Girardot can discuss religion and American folk art.
|Categories||Arts, Society & culture|
|Locations||North America, Pennsylvania, United States of America|