James Moser, University of Auckland; Liberty University
James Moser has taken postgraduate degrees in art history, history, religion, and divinity and is currently undertaking doctoral studies at the University of Auckland, where he is also an Associate Chaplain.
James has taught a college adjunct associate professor and a university lecturer as well as authored two books in addition to currently serving as an officer in the United States Air Force. Through such service in Japan and Korea he has received the Commander’s Award for Public Service Medal, the National Defence Service Medal, and most recently the President’s Volunteer Service Award.
In 2016, shortly after relocating to New Zealand, he was made a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and in 2017 was selected as speaker of the New Zealand Antarctic Society’s Mid-Winter Dinner. James’ academic interests include: Commonwealth Iconography, Polar Art History, and Systematic Theology.
Research projects/ interests
- Polar Art History and History (e.g. Polar honours, monuments, and related iconography and symbolism.
Keywords: Art, art history, history, heritage