A man poses in front of a palatial looking white building.
Art history professor Dr. Andrew Casper poses in front of Northern Italy's Palazzo Reale, which was once home to the Shroud of Turin.  Casper's work exploring the historical context of the Shroud shows that "Is it real?" isn't the only interesting question to be asked.

Andrew Casper: The Shroud of Turin

Art history professor Dr. Andrew Casper's historical perspective on the Shroud of Turin ignores the modern world's most-asked question -- "Is it real?" -- in favor of exploring 16th and 17th Century conceptions of artifice and authenticity.  Read more.