Presented by Roger E. Moore, PhD, senior associate dean, director of undergraduate education, and principal senior lecturer in English, Vanderbilt University
Join Dr. Roger Moore as he discusses the deep influence of the poetry and art of William Blake on Matthew Ritchie’s work. Images of gardens and apocalyptic dissolution are as central to Blake as they are to Ritchie—Dr. Moore will explore the common imagery of these two artists as well as their interest in unorthodox, esoteric spiritualities.
About Dr. Roger E. Moore
Roger E. Moore, PhD, is senior associate dean of the College of Arts and Science and principal senior lecturer in English at Vanderbilt University. A specialist in Renaissance and eighteenth-century literature, he is the author of Jane Austen and the Reformation: Remembering the Sacred Landscape (2016).