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Professor of Communication & the Arts, Seton Hall University

James J. Kimble (PhD, University of Maryland) is Professor of Communication & the Arts at Seton Hall University, USA. He studies domestic propaganda, war rhetoric, and visual imagery. His research on the World War II era has reached a worldwide media audience of over 1.2 billion people in more than a dozen languages. He is the founding editor of the academic journal Home Front Studies.

Professor Kimble served as guest curator and catalogue editor for the Norman Rockwell Museum’s major international traveling exhibition Enduring Ideals: Rockwell, Roosevelt & the Four Freedoms, and is the author and co-editor of numerous books and academic articles. Named a Distinguished Honor Graduate of the US Army’s Chaplain Center and School, Kimble has also served as a Fulbright Scholar in Croatia and has been a Senior Fellow at the Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies.


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    Professor of Communication & the Arts, Seton Hall University