Ryan K. Smith sheds light on the intersection of the Gothic Revival movement and anti-Catholicism in nineteenth-century America by arguing that rising tensions led Protestant churches to break with tradition and adopt Latin art. Dr. Smith demonstrates the extent to which artistic and architectural features allowed Protestants to lessen the potent Catholic "threat" while simultaneously adapting to America's new commercialization.|
Ryan K Smith, PhD, VCU Professor of United States history and material culture
Tarin Jones, Education Manager, The Branch Museum of Architecture and Design
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