Ivey teaches at the University of Arizona. His research interests include religion in the American-built environment, as well as contemporary art history theory. He is the author of “Prayers in Stone: Christian Science Architecture in the United States 1894-1930.” He has lectured widely to scholarly audiences on Christian science architecture, outsider art, and theosophical communities. He is finishing research for and writing a second book on the architecture of theosophical communities in the United States.
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