CONTRIBUTORS TO THE CATALOGUE

Jody Blake, author of Le tumulte noir: Modernist Art and Popular Entertainment in Jazz-Age Paris, 1900-1930, is curator of the Tobin Collection of Theatre Arts at the McNay Art Museum.

Naomi Blumberg is assistant curator and publications coordinator at the McMullen Museum.

Paul Breines, author of Tough Jews: Political Fantasies and the Moral Dilemma of American Jewry, is a member of the History Department at Boston College.

Claude Cernuschi, author of books on Abstract Expressionism, Jackson Pollock, and Oskar Kokoschka, is a member of the Fine Arts Department at Boston College.

Stephan Dahme, a doctoral student in Art History at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (Munich), is writing a dissertation on Georges Rouault’s “unfinished works”.

Anne Davenport, a scholar of medieval and early-modern philosophy, is a member of the Honors Program faculty at Boston College.

Bernard Doering, author of Jacques Maritain and the French Catholic Intellectuals and translator of Jacques and Raissa Maritain: Beggars for Heaven, is an emeritus professor of French literature at the University of Notre Dame.

Thomas Epstein, a scholar of Russian and comparative literature, is a member of the Honors Program faculty at Boston College.

Marie Garraut is a doctoral student in lettres modernes at the École Normale Supérieure.

Nora Possenti Ghiglia, a scholar of the philosophy of art and spirituality, is the author of I tre Maritain and Il volto di Cristo in Rouault.

Roberto S. Goizueta, author of Caminemos con Jesús: Toward a Hispanic/Latino Theology of Accompaniment, is a member of the Theology Department at Boston College.

Jeffery W. Howe, a scholar of modern art and curator of several exhibitions including Edvard Munch: Psyche Symbol and Expression and A New Key: Modern Belgian Art from the Simon Collection, is a member of the Fine Arts Department at Boston College.

Soo Yun Kang, author of Rouault in Perspective: Contextual and Theoretical Study of His Art and co-author of Georges Rouault’s Miserere et Guerre, is a member of the Department of Art and Design at Chicago State University.

James F. Keenan, S.J., most recently the author of The Works of Mercy, is a member of the Theology Department at Boston College.

John McCoy, a specialist in graphic arts, is a designer at the McMullen Museum.

John J. Michalczyk, a producer of documentaries for PBS television dealing with conflict resolution, disabilities and social justice, is a member of the Fine Arts Department at Boston College.

Susan A. Michalczyk, an author of autobiographical and sociological interpretations of figures such as Michelangelo, Italo Calvino and James Ensor, is a member of the Honors Program faculty at Boston College.

Margaret R. Miles, most recently the author of A Complex Delight: The Secularization of the Breast, 1350-1750, is emerita professor of historical theology, Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley.

Gael Mooney, a painter who exhibits regularly at the Bowery Gallery in New York, writes and lectures on art and religion.

Sheila Nowinski, a graduate of Boston College and presently a doctoral candidate in the History Department at the University of Notre Dame, is writing a dissertation examining religious and social change in postwar France (1944-1968).

David Quigley, author of Second Founding: New York City, Reconstruction, and the Making of American Democracy, is a member of the History Department at Boston College.

Virginia Reinburg, author of articles on religious life and practice in late medieval and early modern France, is a member of the History Department at Boston College.

Mary Louise Roberts, most recently the author of Disruptive Acts: The New Woman in Fin-de-siècle France, is a member of the History Department at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Stephen Schloesser, S.J., author of Jazz Age Catholicism: Mystic Modernism in Postwar Paris, 1919-1933, is a member of the History Department at Boston College.

Jean-Marie Tézé, S.J., author of Au cœur de la violence, Jérôme Bosch and Théophanies du Christ, is a sculptor and teaches aesthetics at the Facultés jésuites de Paris, Centre Sèvres.

Tara Ward, a doctoral candidate in the Art History Department at Boston University, is writing a dissertation on the 1913 work of Robert Delaunay, Fernand Léger, and Sonia Delaunay.