Kathryn Lofton

Kathryn Lofton researches the relationship between American culture and the history of religions. Born in Milwaukee, she received her A.B. from the College of the University of Chicago, her M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill prior to teaching at Reed College and Indiana University, Bloomington. Her first book addresses Oprah Winfrey as a signifier of modern religion; her second focuses on the sexuality of Protestant fundamentalism.

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“Light, Paper, Process: Reinventing Photography” at the Getty Museum
“Light, Paper, Process: Reinventing Photography” at the Getty Museum
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An Artist’s Intervention in the Ebola Crisis
An Artist’s Intervention in the Ebola Crisis
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Photographer Spotlight: Jerry Uelsmann
Photographer Spotlight: Jerry Uelsmann

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Radio Hour: “The Look of Silence,” Diana Wagman, and D. W. Griffith
Radio Hour: “The Look of Silence,” Diana Wagman, and D. W. Griffith
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Radio Hour: "Go Set a Watchman" and Film Critic John Powers
Radio Hour: "Go Set a Watchman" and Film Critic John Powers
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Radio Hour: “Naked at Lunch,” Female Comedy Writers, and Vicious Disequilibrium
Radio Hour: “Naked at Lunch,” Female Comedy Writers, and Vicious Disequilibrium