Contributors / September 2012 (Issue 18)

Richard K. Kent
ImageRichard K. Kent is a professor of art history at Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He teaches courses in East Asian archaeology and art history and in the history of photography. He received a BA in English literature from Oberlin College and an MA and PhD in Chinese art and archaeology from Princeton University. Apart from his identity as a scholar of Chinese painting and photography, Kent is a poet and photographer. His poems have been published in Field, The Antioch Review, The Midwest Quarterly and other small magazines. His photography has been shown in over thirty juried exhibitions. [Read]

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