Religion and Iconoclasm

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  • 1 New York University barry.flood@nyu.edu
  • 2 Corpus Christi College jas.elsner@ccc.ox.ac.uk
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FINBARR BARRY FLOOD is William R. Kenan, Jr., Professor of the Humanities at the Institute of Fine Arts and Department of Art History, New York University; barry.flood@nyu.edu.

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