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In His Biblical Scenes, the 17th-Century Dutch Painter Jan Steen Rivals Rembrandt Himself

My article “In His Biblical Scenes, the 17th-Century Dutch Painter Jan Steen Rivals Rembrandt Himself” appears in Mosaic magazine.

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Image religious culture journal fires founder Gregory Wolfe, cites accusations

My article “Image religious culture journal fires founder Gregory Wolfe, cites accusations” appears in National Catholic Reporter.

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Catholic colleges seek creative solutions in tough times

My article “Catholic colleges seek creative solutions in tough times” appears in National Catholic Reporter.

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Georgetown University agrees to a vote by union-aspiring grad students

My article “Georgetown University agrees to a vote by union-aspiring grad students” appears in National Catholic Reporter.

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Celebrating a medieval ‘Miracle of Amsterdam’ in city better known for its vices

My article “Celebrating a medieval ‘Miracle of Amsterdam’ in city better known for its vices” appears in Religion News Service. It has also run in the Colorado Springs Gazette and Crux.

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Inquisition-era paintings of Old Testament figures highlight ‘complexity of humankind’

My article “Inquisition-era paintings of Old Testament figures highlight ‘complexity of humankind,’” about an exhibit at the Frick, appears in National Catholic Reporter.

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The Unprecedented Bible Portraits of Francisco de Zurbarán

My review of an exhibition at New York’s Frick Collection appears in Mosaic magazine, titled “The Unprecedented Bible Portraits of Francisco de Zurbarán.”

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Remembering Keith Sachs, Who Gave Philadelphia A Very Memorable Gift

My obituary for Keith L. Sachs appears in the Forward.

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Chess Life article about Bobby Fischer

My article “Searching for Fischer’s Legacy,” which reflects on Bobby Fischer’s legacy 10 years after his death, appears in the March 2018 issue of Chess Life magazine. It may be accessed in PDF format via this link. To read the entire issue of Chess Life, and to subscribe to future issues, visit this link to […]

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Controversial La Salle artwork deaccession could set university museums back, experts say

My article “Controversial La Salle artwork deaccession could set university museums back, experts say” appears in National Catholic Reporter.

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