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N. J. Girardot

NORMAN GIRARDOT is University Distinguished Professor Emeritus in the Religion Studies Department at Lehigh University, Bethlehem PA.

Prior to coming in 1980 founded at the comparative history of religions at the University of Chicago, he taught at Oberlin College and Notre Dame University. Besides his work on Chinese religion and Daoist research, his current research and writing mostly concerns “outsider” visionary and artistic tradition, especially as observed in the work of artists like Howard Finster, Mr. Imagination/Gregory Warmack, Myrtice West, Norbert Kox, Aloise Corbaz, Charlie Lucas, Lonnie Holley, along with others. While at Lehigh University, he also developed a variety of exceedingly odd, yet curiously refreshing, courses and quasi-shamanistic performance-art occasions; and with assistance from his pupils and Mr. Imagination, he made the Lehigh Millennial Folk Arch along with also an art park colloquially known as the Outsider Enclave. By 2009 to 2013, he had been a key investigator for a Henry Luce Foundation grant which resulted in interdisciplinary student plans in China and also the building of an ancient Chinese woven timber bridge over the Lehigh campus along with a standard Chinese pavilion on Bethlehem’s south-side Greenway. Along with numerous published articles and catalog essays, he has curated numerous exhibitions about outsider artists (Finster many times, Mr. Imagination, Lonnie Holley, King Orthy, Charlie Lucas, Norbert Kox, Hugo Sperger, Minni and Garland Adkins, Jessie and Ronald Cooper) and associated topics (face jugs, popular African signage concerning Barack Obama). He periodically participates in an artwork collaborative known as EATART which has generated a number of performance and installation works. The EATART Collaborative is dedicated to #x 2019 & Jean Dubuffet. Without bread, then one dies of hunger. However, without artwork, one dies of exhausted

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