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Mikhail Sergeev

University of the Arts, Philadelphia

Mikhail Sergeev, Ph.D. Adjunct Professor, Critical Studies Program, The University of the Arts. Affiliated Professor, United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities (UTS). Scholar and award-winning instructor with extensive teaching and research experience in religion, philosophy, and cultural/comparative studies of religious and philosophical movements through history. Areas of expertise include Bahá'í philosophy and theology, Russian religious thought, and religion and the arts. Extensive cross-cultural and multilingual experience with proficiency in Spanish, French, and Russian. The author of more than two hundred scholarly, journalistic, and creative works published in the United States, Canada, Japan, United Kingdom, Poland, Greece, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, and Russia. Some of Sergeev’s articles were translated into Polish and Japanese, and his books were reviewed in Germany, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, and the United States.

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Lotman, Iurii Mikailovich

Crucifixion in Twentieth-Century Art: The Paintings of Marc Chagall

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