Arts of China Consortium

hosted by the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University

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The Arts of China Consortium (ACC) was founded in 2002 to promote the study and understanding of Chinese art history, archaeology, and visual and material culture, and to support the research and professional activities of its members. To encourage more informal dialogue among members, ACC conducts an e-mail listserv and maintains this website to provide information on graduate programs in Asian art, lectures/symposia/conferences, grants/fellowships, positions available, and web links to facilitate research and pedagogy. ACC is currently working towards gaining affiliation with the College Art Association and the Association for Asian Studies, where ACC hopes to organize annual thematic panel sessions.

We welcome faculty and graduate students in art history and related fields, museum professionals, independent scholars, and serious collectors worldwide to become members of ACC. Please contact Kathleen Ryor to request membership and enrolment in the e-mail listserv. To contribute news of upcoming events in your area and to suggest improvements to this site, send an e-mail message to Nixi Cura.


Index to new entries added 1 Jul - 22 Aug 2014
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POSITIONS AVAILABLE (including PhD studentships + post-docs)
CALLS FOR PAPERS/PARTICIPATION
TO ATTEND: Conferences, Symposia, Seminars, Lectures
GRADUATE STUDENT DIRECTORY
FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS
LINKS TO OTHER WEBSITES RELATED TO ASIAN ART


POSITIONS AVAILABLE
(includes PhD studentships + post-docs)


CALLS FOR PAPERS/PARTICIPATION

TO ATTEND: Conferences, Symposia, Seminars, Lectures


GRADUATE PROGRAMS/STUDENTS
(includes links to departments and advisers)


FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS
(post-docs and subject-specific Master's/Ph.D. studentships also appear under POSITIONS AVAILABLE above)


LINKS TO OTHER WEBSITES RELATED TO ASIAN ART
(museums, books, research + reference, pedagogy)

Last modified 22 Aug 2014.
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ACC INFO + INDEX
ATTEND
CALLS
GRADUATE PROGRAMS/STUDENTS
GRANTS
LINKS
POSITIONS