© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 DOI: 10.1163/107992610X12592913032260 Religion and the Arts 14 (2010) 210–212 brill.nl/rart RELIGION and the ARTS Notes on Contributors Richard Collins , for many years editor of the Xavier Review , is Chair of Arts, English and Humanities at Louisiana State University at Alexandria. He has been a Fulbright Scholar in London and Romania, has taught in Wales and Bulgaria, and has lectured in China. For the American Zen Association, he introduced and edited In the Belly of the Dragon , Rei Ryu Philippe Coupey’s commentary on the seventh-century Ch’an poem Shin- jinmei . His essay on Kim Ki-Duk’s ﬁ lm Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring appeared in the New Orleans Review , and an essay on African Amer- ican Buddhism will appear soon in the Western Journal of Black Studies . Nancy Davenport is a Professor of Art History in the Division of Liberal Arts at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Her area of research concerns the diversity of spiritual thought and belief expressed in late nine- teenth-century European art. Her publications have included articles on Ultramontane inﬂ uences on the French and Belgian painters and print- makers Marcel Roux
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Published: Jan 1, 2010
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