Kimberly Kutz

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Major Field: United States History
Other Fields:
 Cultural History, Religious Studies
Adviser: 
John F. Kasson
 
BA Pennsylvania State University at University Park, 2006 (History and Art History)
MA University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2009
MA Thesis: “He, Being Dead, Yet Speaketh: Images and Invocations of Lincoln’s Ghost, 1865–1877”
PhD University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2013

Research Interests

I study nineteenth- and twentieth-century U.S. cultural history, with an emphasis on visual culture. My dissertation, “Lincoln’s Ghosts: The Posthumous Career of an American Icon,” employs the theoretical concept of haunting to examine the multiple ways that Americans have kept Abraham Lincoln “alive” through various cultural media, including art, theater, film, and television. Additionally, I’m interested in memory, material culture, print culture, space and place, and religious studies.

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