SPRING 2014 SCHEDULE

Visual and Material Perspectives on East Asia is proud present our schedule for Spring 2014:

All sessions will take place in the Cochrane-Woods Art Center (CWAC)
Fridays, 4:30-6:30
Room 156

Screen Shot 2014-03-25 at 下午1.16.44photo by Anne Feng 

Special Talk by Dunhuang Academy Delegation
April 3, Thursday, 4:30-6:30, Rosenthal Seminar Room, Regenstein Library rm. 133
“Images of Maheśvara from Dunhuang and Khotan and Related Issues”
(presentation in Chinese)
This event is sponsored by CEAS Committee on Chinese Studies, the Creel Center for Chinese Paleography.

April 4
Guo Weiqi (Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts)
残帖上石与残碑入帖:围绕《黄庭经》残本的几个问题
The Broken Yellow Court on Stone: Between Art History and Visual Culture

April 16
Anne Feng, Ph.D Student (University of Chicago)
Waters on the Wall: Illusionism, Meditation and the Making of Western Paradise Images in China and Central Asia, 7th – 8th century

May 2
Wei Zheng (Peking University)
“魏晋南北朝考古的基本问题”摘要
Fundamental Issues of Wei-Jin, Northern and Southern Dynasties Archaeology
(presentation in Chinese)

May 16
Stephanie Su, PhD Candidate  (University of Chicago, Art History)
Imagining the Orient: Nakamura Fusetsu’s Chinese Subject Painting

May 23
Lin Wei-cheng, Assistant Professor
(University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Chinese Temple of Art: Politics of the Chinese Art Collection during the 1930s and 40s through the Lens of the Nelson Gallery in Kansas City

May 30
Nancy Lin, PhD Candidate  (University of Chicago, Art History)
The Female Figure: Defining Beauty in Colonial Korea

 

 

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