Arts of China Consortium

(formerly Chinese and Japanese Art History WWW Virtual Library)
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This list includes many graduate students of primarily Chinese and Japanese art, but is by no means all-inclusive. Just click the professor's or student's highlighted name to send a message to him/her. If you wish to add to or correct this listing, please write to the webmaster.

Arizona State University
Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, Design, and Culture
Berliner Antike-Kolleg
Binghamton University, State University of New York

Boston University
Brown University
Ca' Foscari University
Carleton University
Case Western Reserve University
Central Academy of Fine Arts
Chinese University of Hong Kong
Christie's Education London (University of Glasgow)
City University of New York
Columbia University
Cornell University
Duke University
Ecole Pratique des Hautes Études
Freie Universität Berlin
Georgetown University
Harvard University
Heidelberg University
Hong-ik University
Indiana University
Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales
Leiden University
Leipzig University
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

McGill University
National Taiwan University
New York University
Northwestern University
The Ohio State University
Peking University
Princeton University
Royal College of Art and Victoria & Albert Museum
School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
Sotheby's Institute of Art
Stanford University
Taipei National University of Fine Arts
Tsinghua University
Université Paris Sorbonne
University of Alabama
University of Alberta
University of Bologna
University of Bonn
University of British Columbia
University of California, Berkeley
University of California, Davis
University of California, Irvine
University of California, Los Angeles
University of California, Riverside
University of California, San Diego
University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Cruz
University of Chicago
University of East Anglia
University of Florida
University of Glasgow
University of Hong Kong University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
University of IowaUniversity of Kansas
University of Lisbon
University of Ljubljana
University of Manchester
University of Maryland
University of Michigan
University of Minnesota
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
University of Oxford
University of Pennsylvania
University of Pittsburgh
University of Southern California
University of the Arts London Chelsea
University of Tokyo
University of Toronto
University of Virginia
University of Washington
University of Wisconsin-Madison
University of Zürich
Washington University, St. Louis
Yale University
York University

Arizona State University

School of Art, Art History
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
P. O. Box 871505

Tempe, AZ 85287-1505
Claudia Brown (Professor, Asian art)

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Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, Design, and Culture

18 West 86th Street
New York, NY 10024
François Louis (Associate Professor, History of Chinese Design and Visual Culture; Material Culture of Medieval China)

- Joyce Denney: dissertation on physical, historical, cultural, and intercultural aspects of a 17th-c. set of monumental wall hangings embroidered in China on the European theme of the Story of Troy
- LU Pengliang: dissertation on Chinese bronzes of the Yuan dynasty (1271-1368)
- Mei Mei Rado: dissertation on new developments in design, weaving and display of Qing imperial textiles during the 18th century

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Berliner Antike-Kolleg

Doctoral programme:"Languages and Cultures of the Silk Road"
Berliner Antike-Kolleg (Berlin Graduate School of Ancient Studies)
Jeong-hee Lee-Kalisch (Professor, East Asian art history,
Freie Universität Berlin)
Mayke Wagner (Professor East Asian art history, Freie Universität Berlin)
Barbara Meisterernst (Sinology + East Asian studies,
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
Lilla Russell-Smith (Central Asian art history, Museum of Asian Art)
Ingeborg Baldauf (Central Asian studies, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)

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Binghamton University, State University of New York

Art History Department
Binghamton University
State University of New York
Binghamton, NY 13902-6000
Tom McDonough (Associate Professor, contemporary art)
John Tagg (Professor, histories of photography)

- Yuri CHANG: dissertation "Making Monuments: The Production of Space and the Politics of Memory in Post-Gwangju South Korea"
- Hyeok Cho: dissertation "Can the Subaltern Artist Speak?: Postmodernity, Femininity, and Racial Identity in Lee Bul’s Art"
- Hye-Ri OH: dissertation "Photography and Criticism in Korea: Modernity, National Identity, and the Conception of Photography from the late Chosun Dynastic Period through Japanese Colonialism to Independence"
- Young-sin PARK: dissertation "The Choson Industrial Exposition of 1915"
- Chunghoon SHIN: East Asian contemporary art, focusing on representations of East Asian urbanity
- Ya-Ling WANG: dissertation "The Critical and Institutional Reception of American Abstract Expressionism in Taiwan and China"
- Dengyan ZHOU: dissertation "The Language of 'Photography' in China: A Genealogy of Conceptual Frames from Sheying to Xinwen sheying and Jishi sheying"

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Boston University

Department of Art History
725 Commonwealth Ave.
Room 302
Boston, MA 02215

Qianshen Bai (Associate Professor, Asian/Chinese Art)
Alice Y. Tseng (Assistant Professor, Japanese art)
International Center for East Asian Archaeology and Cultural History
650 Beacon St., Room 508
Boston, MA 02215

Robert Murowchick (Director, International Center for East Asian Archaeology and Cultural History)

- Maria Codlin: East Asian archaeology
- Jeff Chieh-fu CHENG: historical archaeology of Japanese colonial sites in Taiwan
- Kelly Kunyang FANG: cultural heritage management in China
- Jennifer Fitzgerald: cultural heritage management in China
- Matthew Flynn: terminal neolithic to early bronze age Chinese archaeology
- Zhengdong GUO: analysis of architectural ceramics in early AD 1st millennium China
- Veronica Joseph: bioarchaeological studies of Xiongnu and other populations, Mongolia and north China
- Ilaria Patania: late Paleolithic to early Neolithic transition in China; geoarchaeology
- Seung Yeon SANG
: dissertation "Cultural Essence and National Ceramics: The Formation of the Korean Folk Art Museum Under Japanese Colonial Rule"
- Yining XUE: Chinese archaeology

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Brown University

History of Art and Architecture
Box 1855
64 College Street
Providence, RI 02912
Maggie Bickford (Emerita Professor, Visual culture of imperial China)

- Amy Huang: literati painting and collecting practice of the Ming and Qing Dynasties
- I-Fen HUANG: dissertation "Gu Family Embroidery in Late Imperial and Modern China: From Women's Needlework to Cultural Legacy"
- Wei JIANG: dissertation "Qiao Zhongchang's Red Cliff Scroll: The Emergence of Scholar Painting and the Early History of Text-Image Relationships in China"

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Ca' Foscari University

Department of East Asian Studies (Dipartimento di Studi sull'Asia Orientale)
Ca' Foscari University
San Polo 2169
Venice, Italy

Japanese Studies Department
Library of Japanese and Korean Studies
Ca' Cappello, San Polo 2035
Venice, Italy
Gian Carlo Calza (Japanese art)
Marco Ceresa (Chinese art)
Nicoletta Celli (Chinese and Japanese art)

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Carleton University

Graduate Office, Art History
423 St. Patrick's Building
Carleton University
1125 Colonel By Drive
Ottawa, ON K1S 5B6
Ming Tiampo (Associate Professor, Japanese art)

- Asato Ikeda: dissertation "Mobilizing Every Body: Japanese Art, Fascism, and War (1931-1945)"
- Rosemary Marland: contemporary Chinese art

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Case Western Reserve University

Joint Graduate Program with the Cleveland Museum of Art
Department of Art History
11201 Euclid Avenue
Mather House
Cleveland, OH 44106-7110
Noelle Giuffrida (Assistant Professor, East Asian Art)

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Central Academy of Fine Arts

CAFA, Beijing
CAFA Art Info


- WU Xueshan: 20th-c. Chinese art

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Chinese University of Hong Kong

Department of Fine Arts
Room 219, 2/F, Cheng Ming Building
New Asia College
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Shatin, New Territories
Hong Kong

HO Puay-Peng (Director, School of Architecture)
LEE Chi Kwong (Assistant Curator, Art Museum)
Harold MOK Kar-leung (Professor, Chinese art)
Jenny SO Fong-suk (Professor, ancient Chinese bronzes and jades)
Frank Vigneron (Professor, Chinese art history)
Maggie C K WAN (Assistant Professor, Chinese art history)
XU Xiaodong (Associate Director, Art Museum)
Josh YIU (Associate Director, Art Museum)

- ZHAN Zhenpeng

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Christie's Education London (University of Glasgow)

Arts of China
153 Great Titchfield Street
London W1W 5BD

Nixi Cura (Programme Director)

- Chih-Yin Hsiao: dissertation "Chinese Marriage Porcelain: Popular Designs for the English Market in the 18th Century"

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City University of New York

Ph.D. Program in Art History
CUNY Graduate Center
365 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10016


- NAKAGAWA Ikuyo: dissertation "Negotiating Boundaries: Nationalism and Internationalism in the Art of Tsuguharu Foujita"

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Columbia University

Department of Art History & Archaeology
826 Schermerhorn
1190 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY 10027
Robert E. Harrist, Jr. (Jane and Leopold Swergold Professor
of Chinese Art History)
Matthew McKelway (Takeo and Itsuko Atsumi Professor
of Japanese Art History)
Dawn Delbanco (Adjunct Professor, East Asian art)
Jonathan Reynolds (Professor, Japanese Architecture and
Visual Arts, Barnard)

- Talia Andrei: dissertation "Mapping Sacred Spaces: Representations of Pleasure and Worship in shaji sankei mandara"
- Jens Bartel: dissertation "Style, Space, and Meaning in the Large-Scale Paintings of Maruyama Ôkyo (1733-1795)"
- Carrie Cushman: modern Japanese architecture
- Xiaohan Du: history of Chinese art and Japanese art, with a focus on the pre-modern period
- Frank Feltens: dissertation "The Arts of Ogata Kôrin (1658-1716): Succession and Renewal"
- Sandrine Larrivé-Bass: dissertation "Cross-Materiality in Environmental and Ritual Contexts: Bronze Surrogates in Late Bronze Age China, 1045-221 BCE"
- David Monteleone (Dept of Religion): dissertation "Visualizing Religious Networks: The Silk Legend and Proto-Buddhist Tantra in Khotanese Painting"
- Maggie Mustard: East Asian art; intersection of visual culture and memory in Japan, particularly focused on the postwar period and representations of the atomic bomb over time
- Aaron Rio: dissertation "Painting China in Medieval Kamakura"
- Joseph Scheier-Dolberg: dissertation "Yu Zhiding (1646-1716) and the Envisioning of the Early Qing World"
- Hwanhee Suh: Chinese
- Chun-Yi Joyce TSAI: dissertation "Images of the Supernatural Grotesque in China, ca. 1200–1500: Iconographic Origins, Transmissions, and Perceptions"
- Gloria Yang: dissertation "At the Crossroads of Japanese Regional Modernism and Colonialism: Architectural Interaction between Manchuria and Western Japan, 1905-1945"
- Valerie Zinner: Japanese art

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Cornell University

Department of History of Art and Visual Studies
G35 Goldwin Smith Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853-3201
tel (607) 255-9861
fax (607) 255-0566
An-yi Pan (Associate Professor, Chinese art)
Ellen Avril (Chief Curator and Curator of Asian Art,
Johnson Museum of Art)

- Yuhua DING: visual arts of China from the late nineteenth century to the early twentieth century

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Duke University

Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies
112 East Duke Building
Box 90764
Durham, NC 27708-0764
Stanley Abe (Associate Professor, Chinese art, theory & criticism)
Gennifer Weisenfeld (Professor, Japanese art and design)

- Jungmin HA: dissertation "Shaping Religious Aspiration through Images and Words: Buddhist Sculptures and Mountain Inscriptions in Shandong Province during the Northern Qi Dynasty (550–577 CE) in China"
- Magdalena P. Kolodziej: Japanese art
- Young Ji LEE: dissertation "Recoding Capitals: Socialist Realism and Maoist Images (1949-1976)"

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Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (EPHE)

Section IV, Philological and Historical Sciences
45-47, rue des Ecoles
75005 Paris
Michela Bussotti (history of printing in China)
Jean-Pierre Drège (history and written civilization of China)
François Lachaud (Japanese Buddhism)
Alain Thote (Directeur d'Etudes, Chinese art and archaeology)
Françoise Wang-Toutain (transmission and use of Buddhist texts)

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Freie Universität Berlin

Kunsthistorisches Institut der Freien Universität Berlin
Fachbereich Geschichts- und Kulturwissenschaften
Abteilung Ostasien
Koserstr. 20
14195 Berlin
Jeong-hee Lee-Kalisch (Professor, East Asian art)
Annegret Bergmann (Research Assistant, East Asian art)
Shao-lan Hertel (Research Assistant, East Asian art)
Birgit Hopfener (Research Assistant, East Asian art)
Gisela Jahn (Research Assistant, East Asian art
Annette Löseke
(Lecturer, East Asian art)
Juliane Noth
(Research Assistant, East Asian art))
Antje Papist-Matsuo (Lecturer, East Asian art)

- Shao-lan HERTEL: dissertation "Developments and transformations in cursive script calligraphy in China of the 20th/21st centuries: A study of art production by Huang Binhong (1865-1955), Lin Sanzhi (1898-1989) and Wang Dongling (1945-)"
- Fabian Alexander Kommoss: "Zur Sichtbarkeit des Unsichtbaren – Visualisierungsstrategien zen-buddhistischer Kunst [The visibility of the invisible: Visualization strategies Zen Buddhist art]"
- LI Wenmin: dissertation "Die bemalten Luohan-Tonfiguren aus dem Shuanglin Tempel, Shanxi [The painted clay luohan figures from the Shuanglin Temple, Shanxi]"
- Amelia Macioszek: dissertation "Study of Chinese Blue-and-White Porcelain Designs on Iranian Ceramics"
- Yan Michel: dissertation "Kunst und Tod: Über die Einstellung zum Tod in der japanischen Kultur und die Darstellung des Todes in der zeitgenössischen Kunst [Art and death: Attitudes to death in Japanese culture and the representation of death in contemporary art]"
- Eike-Henning Niessler: Master's thesis "Stellschirmpaar mit Landschaftsdarstellungen von Matsumura Goshun aus der Sammlung des Museums für Asiatische Kunst, Berlin [A pair of screens with landscape painting by Matsumura Goshun in the collection of the Museum of Asian Art, Berlin]"
- Mira Schienagel: dissertation "Auslösende Faktoren der Bildungsreformen in der Lehre der Kunst in China im Hochschulbereich - von der Republikzeit bis zum globalen Wandel heute [Triggering factors behind educational reforms in the teaching of art in higher education in China: From the Republic of China to global change today]"
- Wibke Schrape: dissertation "Ikeda Koson (1801-1866) and the Formation of Rinpa Art and Art History in Nineteenth-Century Japan"
- WANG Ching-ling: dissertation "Praying for Ten-thousand Goodness: Research on Buddha's Preaching by Ding Guanpeng"
- ZHENG Ye: dissertation "798 im Rampenlicht der Kreativindustrie: Eine topographische Fallstudie zur chinesischen Gegenwartskunst [798 in the spotlight of the creative industry: A topographic case study of Chinese contemporary art]"
- ZHOU Jian: dissertation "The Ten Austerities of Liu Benzun in Piludong, Anyue, China"

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Georgetown University

Art and Art History
Box 571210
Walsh Building 102
Washington, DC 20057-1210
Michelle C. Wang (Assistant Professor, Asian art history)

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Harvard University

History of Art + Architecture
East Asian Art History Program
Sackler Museum
485 Broadway
Cambridge, MA 02138

East Asian Languages and Civilizations
2 Divinity Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02138

Eugene Wang (Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Professor of Asian Art, Chinese art)
Yukio Lippit (Professor, Japanese art)
Melissa McCormick (Professor, Japanese Art and Culture, EALC)
Ryûichi Abe (Reischauer Institute Professor of Japanese Religions, EALC)
Rowan Flad (Associate Professor, Anthropology, Chinese archaeology)
Shigehisa Kuriyama (Reischauer Institute Professor of Cultural History, EALC)
Mark Mulligan (Associate Professor in Architecture,
Graduate School of Design, Japanese architecture)
James Robson (Professor, EALC, medieval Chinese Buddhism and Daoism)
Peter G. Rowe (Raymond Garbe Professor of Architecture and Urban Design,
Graduate School of Design, Chinese architecture)

- Steffani Bennett: Japanese art
- Katherine Louise Brooks: Japanese art
- Fletcher Coleman: Chinese art
- Mark Erdmann: dissertation "The Azuchiyama Matrix: Architectural Innovation and Political Legitimacy in Sixteenth-Century Japan"
- Fabienne Helfenberger: Japanese art
- Ziliang LIU: Chinese art
- Allison Miller: dissertation "Building States and Tombs: Re-interpreting the Significance of Western Han Mortuary Practices"
- Nozomi NAOI: dissertation "Takehisa Yumeji and His Modern Beauty: The Development of a New Media Environment in Modern Japan"
- REN Wei: 20th-century Chinese prints
- Rachel Saunders: Japanese art

- Hao SHENG: Wu Tung Curator of Chinese Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
- Yurika Wakamatsu: Japanese art
- Alan Yeung: dissertation "Bada Shanren (1627–1705) and the Hermeneutics of Seventeenth-Century Chinese Painting"

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Heidelberg University

Institute of East Asian Art History
Seminarstr. 4
69117 Heidelberg

Asia and Europe in a Global Context
University of Heidelberg
Karl Jaspers Centre for Advanced Transcultural Studies
Voßstraße 2, Building 4400
69115 Heidelberg

Christof Büttner (Assistant Professor, Chinese art)
Doris Croissant (Professor, Japanese art)
Sarah E. Fraser (Professor, Chinese art)
Lothar Ledderose (Professor, Chinese art)
Mio Wakita (Assistant Professor, Japanese art)
Melanie Trede (Professor, Japanese art)

- Hehn-Chu AHN
- Angelika BORCHERT
- Christoph Büttner: dissertation "Von Dayi nach Venedig und zurück: Die Metamorphosen der Skulpturengruppe Shouzuyuan/Rent Collection Courtyard zwischen kulturrevolutionärem Musterkunstwerk und globalisiertem Künstlermythos [From Dayi to Venice and back: the metamorphosis of the sculptural group Shouzuyuan/Rent Collection Courtyard between Cultural Revolution masterpiece and the globalized myth of the artist]"
- Massimo Carrante: dissertation "The Role of Calligraphy in Kang Youwei´s Concept of Reform"
- CHAT Chi Wun
- CHEN Liang: dissertation "Eine Studie zu grabschützenden Jiechu-Texten und zum Jiechu-Ritus ost-hanzeitlicher chinesischer Totenriten in Shaanxi und der Provinz Henan [A study of protective Jiechu texts and Jiechu rites in Eastern Han death rituals in Shaanxi and Henan province]"
- CHEN Tingting
- CHEN Yan
- CHEN Yuh-Shiouw
- Hui-ping CHUANG: dissertation "Esoterische Wissenskönige: ihre Geschichte und Darstellung in China zwischen der Tang- und der Ming-Dynastie [Esoteric sage kings: their history and representation in China between the Tang and the Ming dynasty]"
- GENG Yan: dissertation "The Image of Mao Zedong in the Beginning of the People's Republic of China, 1949-1953"
- Sybille Girmond
- Bettina Goesch: dissertation "Shôtoku Taishi und die bildlichen Bibliographien [Shôtoku Taishi and visual bibliographies]"
- Simone Griessmayer: dissertation "Medialisierung des wahren Buddhakörpers: Die Sakyamuni-Pagode in Qingzhou [Medialization of the true Buddha body: The Sakyamuni Pagoda in Qingzhou]"
- HE Liqun
- Anne Hennings
- Beatrice Hoeller: dissertation working title "Images of Words - Words of Images. A Transcultural Approach of Pictorial Perceptions in the Greco-Roman and the Sino-Japanese Practice"
- Gerald Holzwarth: dissertation "Das Shiqu baoji und die Kunstsammlung des Qianlong Kaisers [The Shiqu baoji and the art collection of the Qianlong emperor"
- Mark Hosak: dissertation "Die Siddham in der japanischen Kunst im Zusammenhang mit Heilung und Ritualen [The Siddham in Japanese art in the context of healing and ritual]"
- KAO Yu-min
- KE Peng: dissertation "Die Kunstzeitschriften in der VR China [Art magazines in the PRC]"
- LIU Ming
- MA Li
- Sabine NEUMANN
- QU Yi
- Julika Singer: "The Mongol Invasion of Japan and Their Visual Adaptation in Modern Period Japan"
- Cordula Treimer: dissertation "Neue Typographie in Japan [New typography in Japan]"
- WANG Lianming
- Carola Wanke: dissertation "Feministische Kunst in Japan seit 1980 [Feminist art in Japan since 1980]"
- Alexandra Wedekind: dissertation "Spiele in China von der Han-Dynastie bis zur Tang-Dynastie: Objekte, Textquellen und Darstellungen in der Kunst [Games in China from the Han Dynasty to the Tang Dynasty: Objects, textual sources and representations in art]"
- WU Ruoming
- WU Wen-Ting: dissertation "Meißner Porzellane mit chinesischen Motiven und Formen oder nach chinesischen Vorlagen (1720-1732) [Meissen porcelain with Chinese motifs and forms or Chinese templates (1720-1732)]"
- Cora Würmell: Japanese ceramics
- YAO Ning: dissertation "The Painting Memories of Xingfu-Temple of Wu Li (1632-1718)"
- ZHANG Shaohua: dissertation "The Authenticity of the Restoration of Chinese Garden Architectures"
- ZHU Tao

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Hong-ik University

Department of Art History
Seoul, Korea
Jeong-hee Han (Professor, Oriental art)

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Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales

INALCO (aka Langues O')
Centre d'Etudes Chinoises
Centre d'Etudes Japonaises
Paris, France

Andre Kneib (Chinese art history)
Michaël Lucken (Modern and contemporary Japanese history)
Christophe Marquet (Japanese art history)

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Leiden University

History, Arts and Culture of Asia
East Asian Studies
Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society (LUCAS)

Kasia Cwietka (Japan)
Mathi Forrer
Marijke Klokke (Southeast Asia)
Stephan Landsberger (China)
Ewa Machotka (Japan)
Oliver Moore (China)
Ivo Smits (Japan)
Ernst van Alphen (LUCAS)
Henny van der Veere (Japan
Kitty Zijlmans (LUCAS)

- Aafke van Ewijk: dissertation "Representations of Minamoto no Yoshitsune in Visual Culture and Literature: Cultural Memory in Late Edo and Meiji Japan"
- Ruobing HAN: dissertation "The Cultivation and Development of Character Consumption of Japanese Cartoons and Comics (Anime and Manga)"
- Christine Ketel: dissertation "Shipments, Shapes and Shards: The Identification and Analysis of Shipments of Chinese Porcelain to the Netherlands from 1600 to 1644"
- Carl LI: dissertation "The Art of Comic Communication: Visual Interactions Between Character Psychology and Science Fictional Concepts in Science Fiction Manga"
- Daan Kok: dissertation "Visualizing the Classics: Reading Surimono as Cultural and Social History"
- Takako KONDO: dissertation "Art beyond Japan: Contemporary
Art in the Politics of Translation"
- Sawako TAKEMURA Chang: dissertation "Ideals of Femininity and Female Representation in Nineteenth
-century Ukiyo-e"
- Chiao-Hui TU: dissertation "Dragon, Naga and Their Historiography: 10-15th Century South China Sea Trade Development and Cultural Interaction between China and Southeast Asia in Material Culture Evidence"
- Wenxin WANG: dissertation "Poems Inscribed on Paintings in the Ming Dynasty"

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Leipzig University

Universität Leipzig
Ostasiatisches Institut
Schillerstr. 1
04107 Leipzig Germany

- Andreas Berndt: dissertation "Der Kult der Drachenkönige im China der späten Kaiserzeit [The cult of the Dragon King in China during the late imperial period]"

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology

History Theory + Criticism
School of Architecture + Planning
Cambridge, MA

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McGill University

Department of East Asian Studies
Department of Art History and Communication Studies
Montreal, Quebec

Gwen Bennett (Assistant Professor, Chinese archaeology)
Yuriko Furuhata (Assistant Professor, Japanese visual culture)
Jeffrey Moser (Assistant Professor, East Asian art history)
Robin Yates (Professor, Chinese history and archaeology)

- LIN Fan: cartography and print culture in the Late Imperial China

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National Taiwan University

Graduate Institute of Art History
No.1, Sec.4, Roosevelt Road
Taipei 106
Pao-Chen Chen (Professor, Chinese painting, Buddhist art in Dunhuang)
Ming-Liang Hsieh (Professor, Chinese craft, Chinese and Japanese ceramics, interaction of Chinese and Japanese arts)
Lan-Shiang Huang (Professor, History of Asian Architecture)
Hui-Wen Lu (Associate Professor, Chinese calligraphy and painting)
Takashi Sakai (Associate Professor, Southeast Asian art)
Ching-Fei Shih (Director and Associate Professor, Artistic exchanges between East Asia and Europe, History of decorative arts in East Asia

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New York University

Institute of Fine Arts
1 East 78 Street
New York, NY 10075

Institute for the Study of the Ancient World
15 East 84th Street
New York, NY 10028

Roderick B. Campbell (Assistant Professor,
East Asian archaeology and history, ISAW)
Jonathan Hay (Ailsa Mellon Bruce Professor of Fine Arts, Chinese art, IFA)
Michele Matteini (Assistant Professor of East Asian art, architecture and visual culture, IFA/NYU)
Hsueh-man Shen (Assistant Professor, Chinese archaeology, IFA)
Sören Stark (Assistant Professor, Central Asian art and archaeology, ISAW)
Lillian Lan-ying Tseng (Associate Professor, East Asian art and archaeology, ISAW)

- Lee Ambrozy: 20th-c. China; ink painting in transition and issues of modernity; shanshui; visual culture in New China
- Randolph Ford: comparative study of Greco-Roman and Chinese ethnographic traditions and the strategies of cultural and political accommodation between sedentary societies and tribal confederations following imperial collapse
- Zhijian QIAN: dissertation "Modernism Re-oriented in a Chinese Context: Painting of Modernist Artists in Wartime Chongqing, 1937-1945"
- Shujing WANG: cultural communication between ancient China and Central Asia
- Fan ZHANG: material culture of the Han Dynasty
- Yan ZHANG: anthropology, archaeology and zooarchaeology of the complex societies of East Asia

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Northwestern University

Department of Art History
Northwestern University
1800 Sherman Ave, Suite 4400
Evanston, IL 60201
Sarah E. Fraser (Adjunct Associate Professor, East Asian art history)
Jun Hu (Assistant Professor, East Asian art)
Robert Linrothe (Tibetan art, Esoteric Buddhist art, South and
East Asian Buddhist art)

- Xinran GUO: contemporary Chinese art
- Rachel Levy: Buddhist Art of South Asia and the Himalayas
- Xiao YANG: Chinese art history

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The Ohio State University

Department of History of Art
100 Hayes Hall
108 North Oval Mall
The Ohio State University
Columbus, OH 43210-1318
Julia F. Andrews (Professor, Chinese and Japanese art, modern and
contemporary Chinese art)
Namiko Kunimoto (Assistant Professor, modern and contemporary Japanese art)

- Arthur Brid: dissertation "Putting Lhasa on the Map: 18th-20th Century Depictions of the City's Monuments"
- Hyejeong Choi: East Asian Buddhist art
- Ying Chua: contemporary Chinese painting
- Elise David: Chinese painting
- Sarah Getzelman: dissertation "Imaging the Dalai Lama: Incarnations in Art and Practice"
- Eliza Ho: dissertation "Art, Documentary, and Propaganda in Wartime China: The Photography of Sha Fei (1912-1950)"
- Linda Huang: Modern Chinese art
- Mayumi Kamata: dissertation "Yanase Masamu: Art and Japanese Consciousness of the Modern"
- Hyun Kyung Kim: Chinese painting and modern Chinese art
- Mina Kim: Chinese and East Asian art
- Yiwen Liu: modern/contemporary Chinese art
- Christina Mathison: dissertation "Identity, Modernity, and Occupation: The Colonial Style of Taiwanese Painter Chen Chengbo (1895-1947)"
- Yang WANG: dissertation "Mapping Regional Art in Maoist China: The Chang'an School of Ink Painting, 1942-1966"
- Effie Yin: traditional artists in China after 1949; Ming and Qing Chinese painting

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Peking University

School of Arts
School of Achaeology and Museology

- WU Yanwu (Ian): Chinese religious art

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Princeton University

P. Y. and Kinmay W. Tang Center for East Asian Art
Department of Art and Archaeology

McCormick Hall
Princeton, NJ 08544-1018

East Asian Studies
211 Jones Hall
Princeton, NJ 08544

Robert Bagley (Professor, pre-Han art and archaeology)
Jerome Silbergeld (P. Y. & Kinmay W. Tang Professor of Chinese Art History)
Andrew Watsky (Professor, Japanese art)

- Yecheng CAO: changes in ritual and in ritual bronzes in the transition from the Shang Dynasty to the Zhou Dynasty
- Claire Cooper: Japanese engagement with European material culture and imported technology during the Edo period
- Michael Hatch: dissertation "Qian Du (1763–1844), Zhang Yin (1761–1829), and the Problematics of Early Nineteenth-Century Chinese Landscape Painting"
- Kin Sum Li: Warring States period Chu culture
- Peng Peng: Chinese ancient bronzes, especially those of the present-day southern Henan and northern Hubei province in the late western Zhou and eastern Zhou period (from ca. 9th-3rd centuries BC)
- Kyle Steinke: early history of Chinese calligraphy and the bronze industries of the Yangzi region

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Royal College of Art and Victoria & Albert Museum

School of Humanities
Royal College of Art
Kensington Gore
London SW7 2EU
United Kingdom

Christine Guth (History of Design)
Sarah Teasley (History of Design; Critical and Historical Studies)

- Hui-Ying Kerr: design in the late 1980s Japanese bubble economy

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School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Art History, Theory & Criticism
37 South Wabash Avenue
Chicago, IL 60603

Stanley Murashige (Professor Emeritus, East Asian art)

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School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London

Art and Archaeology
School of Oriental and African Studies
Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square
London WC1H OXG
tel +44 (0)20 7898 4020
fax +44 (0)20 7898 4479

Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures
8A The Close
Norwich NR1 4DH
tel +44 (0)1603 624349
fax +44 (0)1603 625011

London Consortium
Masters & Doctoral Programmes in Humanities and Cultural Studies

Doris Behrens-Abouseif (Nasser D Khalili Professor of
Islamic Art and Archaeology)
Crispin Branfoot (Senior Lecturer in South Asian Art and Archaeology)
Anna Contadini (Professor of the History of Islamic Art)
Charlotte Horlyck (Lecturer in the History of Korean Art)
Geoffrey King (Reader in Islamic Art and Archaeology)
Christian Luczanits (David L. Snellgrove Senior Lecturer in
Tibetan and Buddhist Art)
Shane McCausland (Reader in the History of Chinese Art)
Lukas Nickel
(Reader in Chinese Art History and Archaeology)
Stacey Pierson (Senior Lecturer in Chinese Ceramics)
Timon Screech (Professor of the History of [Japanese] Art)
Louise Tythacott (Pratapaditya Pal Senior Lecturer in Curating and Museology of Asian Art)

- Daphne Ang: dissertation "Cosmopolitan Representations: Straits Chinese (Peranakans) and Image-making in Colonial and Postcolonial Singapore"
- Angela Becher: dissertation "China's Urban Monumentality in Contemporary Fiction, Cinema and Art"
- Marine Cabos: dissertation "Landscape photography of China's iconic sites (1840s-1949)"
- Victoria Chang: MA, Chinese art
- DONG Chengxi: dissertation "Early Museums in China"
- Haruhisa Handa: dissertation "Calligraphy and Religious Personality in Early Modern Japan: Hakuin's Life and Writings"
- Mami Hatayama: dissertation "The Meiji Painter and Lacquer Artist Shibata Zeshin"
- Radu Leca: dissertation "The Backward Glance: Concepts of 'outside' and 'other' in the Japanese spatial imaginary of the 17th century"
- Tianshuang LIANG: dissertation "The Agency of Syncretism in Modern Chinese Art: 1908-1936"
Hao LIU: British Rail Pension Fund collection in the fields of Chinese art from 1974 to 1989
- Hung-Chih LO (religions): dissertation "Chinese Religious Dress, 5th-9th Centuries CE"
- Malcolm McNeill: dissertation "Narrative Agency in 13th-14th Century Chan Figure Painting: A Study of Hagiography-Iconography Text-Image Relationships"
- Doreen Mueller: dissertation "Documenting Disaster: Pictorial Records of the Edo Period"
- Rose Ojo: dissertation "The Role of Movement and Migration in the Photographic Work of Carrie Mae Weems, Joy Gregory, Rotimi Fani Kayode, Albert Chong, Yinka Shonibare and Renee Cox"
- Biqing OUYANG: dissertation "Bronze mirrors of the Wu Kingdom"
- James Russell (anthropology): dissertation "Cultural Property and Heritage in Japan"
- Ilse Timperman: dissertation "Mortuary Variation and Mobility in the Tarim Basin and surroundings"
- Terumi Toyama: dissertation "The Replication of Sacred Spaces in Edo"
- Lia Wei: dissertation "Rock-cut caves in the Upper Yangzi River: Identifying a stone working tradition (2nd to 3rd century CE)"
- Emily Williams (London Consortium): private British collections of Chinese Cultural Revolution objects; Chinese revolutionary politics & culture
- Heena Youn: dissertation "Longquan Ceramic Figural Sculptures in the Song, Yuan and Ming Dynasties"
- Lindsay Zamponi: dissertation "British Collectors and Collections of Tibetan Art and Artefacts, 1850-1960"

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Sotheby's Institute of Art

Sotheby's Institute of Art
30 Bedford Square, Bloomsbury
London WC1B 3EE
United Kingdom

Anne Farrer (Programme Director, East Asian art, London)
Julia Hutt (Consultant Lecturer, East Asian Art)

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Stanford University

Department of Art and Art History
101 Cummings Art Building
Stanford, CA 94305-2018
Jean Ma (Associate Professor, Chinese cinema, film, media)
Richard Vinograd (Christensen Fund Professor in Asian Art)
Xiaoze Xie (Professor, art practice)

- Najung Kim: Chinese art
- Hsinyi Tiffany Lee: Chinese art
- Huiping PANG: Chinese art
- Anna Pawlowski: Ming/Qing painting; Budddhist painting
- Eldon Pei: Chinese art
- Yao Wu: Chinese art

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Taipei National University of Fine Arts

Department of Fine Arts and Graduate Institute of Art History
Taipei National University of Fine Arts
No. 1 Hsueh-yuan Road
Peitou, Taipei 112
Su-hsing LIN (Chinese art)

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Tsinghua University

Department of Art History
Academy of Art & Design
Beijing, China

- CAO Gui: Chinese art historiography
- HUANG Xiangling: Jiang Mingxian's art

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Université Paris Sorbonne

Centre de Recherche sur l'Extrême-Orient de Paris-Sorbonne (CREOPS)
Université de Paris 4 Sorbonne
1, rue Victor Cousin
75230 Paris
Flora Blanchon (Histoire de l'art de l'Extrême Orient)
Osmund Bopearachchi (Histoire de l'art de l'Extrême Orient)
Isabelle Charleux (Histoire de l'art, Archéologie)
Nicolas Fieve (Anthropologie, Histoire)
Antoine Gournay (Histoire de l'art, Archéologie)

- Sophie Allard-Latour: dissertation "La sculpture bouddhique en bronze en Chine [Buddhist sculpture in bronze in China]"
- Maximin Berko: dissertation "Les brûles-parfums à l'époque des Han: le type du Boshanlu [Incense burners of the Han: the Boshanlu type]"
- Anastasia Bulkavets: dissertation "Les laques de Kyoto [Kyoto lacquerware]"
- Hélène Chollet: dissertation "Aspects de la société en Chine du Nord sous la dynastie des Liao: Apport des textes et des fouilles archéologiques [Aspects of society in North China under the Liao Dynasty: the contribution of texts and archaeological excavations]"
- Anne-Marie Duchesneau: Master's thesis "Etudes des six statues de Kannon Bosatsu au temple Daihôon-ji de Kyoto [Studies of the six Kannon Bodhisattva statues in the Kyoto temple Daihôon-ji]"
- Hélène Gascuel: dissertation "L'art du vêtement chinois sous la dynastie Qing (1644-1911) [The art of Chinese clothing in the Qing dynasty]"
- Nina Hourdin: dissertation "L'art du verre chinois à la fin de la période impériale [The art of Chinese glass at the end of the imperial period]"
- Kunsang Namgyal Lama: dissertation "Les tsha tsha du monde tibétain : études de la production, de l'iconographie et des usages des moulages et estampages bouddhiques [Molded clay tsha tsha of the Tibetan world: production, iconography, and uses of Buddhist molds and stamps]"
- Laure Raibaut: dissertation "Les 'minqi' en céramique, l'évolution de la sculture funéraire de la fin du VIe siècle au début du VIIe siècle [Ceramic mingqi: the evolution of funerary sculpture at the end of the 6th century to the beginning of the 7th century]"
- Selina Yin Yin TING: Master's thesis "L'art et les artistes chinois en France. Le développement de l'art contemporain chinois à Paris. Séjour et interviews d'artistes à Paris [Chinese art and artists in France: the development of contemporary Chinese art in Paris: artists' sojourns and interviews in Paris]"
- Akiko Utsunomya-Bouveret: dissertation "L'influence occidentale et la valorisation de l'art traditionnel au Japon à la fin du XIXe et au début du XXe siècle [Western influence and the valorization of traditional art in Japan at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century]"
- Julie Vallee-Raewsky: dissertation "Les populations nomades dans la moyenne vallée du Zerapshan: Etat de la question en Sogdiane septentrionales et les aires voisines (Ferghana, Khoresm, Chach à travers l'étude des monuments funéraires (du 10e s.av n. è. au 2 et 3e s. de n.è.) [Nomadic populations in the Zerapshan central valley: Northern Sogdiana and surrounding areas through the study of funerary monuments (from the 10th c. BC to the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD]"

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University of Alabama

Department of Art and Art History
The University of Alabama
103 Garland Hall
Box 870270
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0270
Catherine Pagani (Professor, Asian art)

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University of Alberta

Department of Art and Design
3-98 Fine Arts Building
Edmonton, AB
T6G 2C9 Canada
Walter Davis (Assistant Professor, Chinese art)
Lisa Claypool (Associate Professor, Chinese visual culture)

- Marie Leduc: dissertation "Transition and Transformation: Contemporary Chinese Art in the Global Marketplace"
- Yifan LI: woodblock printing and architectural painting in China

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University of Bologna

Department of History and Cultures
Via Zamboni, 33
40126 Bologna
Nicoletta Celli (Researcher, East Asian art and philosophy)

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University of Bonn

University of Bonn
Institute for Oriental and Asian Studies
Department of Asian and Islamic Art History
Adenauerallee 10
53113 Bonn
tel +49 228-73 7212
tel +49 228-73 4042
e-mail <>
Prof. Dr. Julia A. B. Hegewald (South Asian and Himalayan art and architecture)
Julia Fritz (Researcher Associate/Lecturer)
Regina Höfer (Researcher Associate/Lecturer)

- Simin Afsharnia
- Julia Fritz
- Regina Höfer: Tibetan art
- Nur Özdilmac
- Mia Dora Prvan: dissertation "Emerging Art Worlds in Transition: Artistic Evolution in Asian Contemporary Art"
- Martha Schulz

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University of British Columbia

Department of Art History, Visual Art & Theory
403 - 6333 Memorial Road
Vancouver, BC
Canada V6T 1Z2
Ignacio Adriasola (modern Japanese art)
Joshua Mostow (Asian Studies)

- GUO Yanlong: dissertation "Affordable Luxury: Consumption of Mirrors in Han dynasty Central China"

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University of California, Berkeley

History of Art
405 Doe Library #6020
Berkeley, CA 94720-6020

Center for Buddhist Studies
2223 Fulton Street, Room 512
Berkeley, CA 94720-2318
Patricia Berger (Professor, Chinese art)
Ping Foong (Visiting Assistant Professor, Chinese art)

Gregory Levine (Associate Professor, art and architecture of Japan and Buddhist visual cultures)

- Rae Dachille (Buddhist Studies): visual and literary representations of the body in Tibetan and Himalayan Buddhist and medical traditions
- Carl Gellert: dissertation on the Fujinoki tomb, focusing on an examination of grave-goods and other artifacts from the site as a means of better understanding 5th-8th century mortuary traditions, and Japan’s early relationship with China and Korea
- Mary Lewine: processes of establishing sacred authority and maintaining if not conjuring the presence of the Buddha in medieval East Asian context
- William Ma: dissertation "The Art and Craft Workshops at the Catholic Orphanage of Shanghai (Tushanwan): French Jesuit’s Westernization, Proselytization, and Presentation of China (1863-1937)"
- Micki McCoy: dissertation on the stars and the sky in tenth- to fourteenth-century Chinese and Inner Asian art
- Patricia Yu:
Chinese art

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University of California, Davis

Department of Art and Art History
One Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616
Katharine P. Burnett (Associate Professor, Chinese art history)

- Kristina Emerick: modern and contemporary Chinese art

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University of California, Irvine

Art History
Ph.D. Program in Visual Studies
Bert Winther-Tamaki (Associate Professor, modern Japanese art, Asian-American art, globalization)
Roberta Wue (Assistant Professor, 19th and 20th century Chinese art, photography)

- Benjamin Aaron: post-WWII Japanese visual arts; trauma studies; memory/memorialization, representation of trauma/atrocities; cultural memory; avant-garde/modernism; East-West dialectical influences
- Christina Spiker: dissertation "Primitive Picturesque: Ainu Representation in a Transnational Visual Economy, 1868-1926"

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University of California, Los Angeles

Department of Art History
100 Dodd Hall
405 Hilgard Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1417
Lothar van Falkenhausen (Professor, Chinese archaeology)
Burglind Jungmann (Professor, Korean art)
Hui-shu Lee (Associate Professor, Chinese art)

- Julia Evelyn Grimes: dissertation "The Elements of Style: The 1950s Art of Zao Wou-Ki"
- Minku Kim: dissertation "Apologetics for the Cult of Foreign Images: Epigraphic Evidence for Early Buddhist Art in China"
- Kristen Loring: dissertation "Region, Locality, and Visual Strategy: Hua Yan (1682-1756) and 'Yangzhou School' Painting"
- Ching-Hsin WU: dissertation "A Buddhist Avant-Garde Painter: Koga Harue (1895-1933) and Modern Art in Japan"
- Jonlin WUNG: Chinese art
- Yoko Shirai: Japanese art
- ZHANG Liangren: Bronze Age archaeology of Central Eurasia and China

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University of California, Riverside

Department of the History of Art
228 Art Building
University of California
Riverside, CA 92521
J. P. Park (Assistant Professor, East Asian art)

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University of California, San Diego

Visual Arts Department
9500 Gilman Dr.
La Jolla, CA 92093-0327
tel (858) 534-2860

Kuiyi Shen (Professor, Asian Art History; Director, Chinese Studies Program)

- Orianna Cacchione: internationalization of the art world, conceptualism, alternative art spaces, participatory practices
- Ha Yoon Jung: abstract Art in 20th-century East Asia
- Lesley Ma: Taiwan modernist painters (late 1950s-1960s), women artists in Republican China, Contemporary art by Sinophone artists
- Paul Ricketts: dissertation on international graphic design techniques used in Chinese and Japanese popular illustrated magazines from the 1920s and 1930s
- Tim Shea: spatiality and experimentation in China's art academies (1977-1986); histories of photography in 20th-century East and Southeast Asia
- Tongyun Yin: dissertation "Liulichang, the Art Markets and Painting in Early Republican Beijing, 1911-1937"

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University of California, Santa Barbara

History of Art and Architecture
Arts 1234
University of California
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-7080

East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies
Arts 1234
University of California
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-7080

Peter Sturman (Professor, Chinese art)
Miriam Wattles (Associate Professor, Japanese art)

- Sarah Babcock: dissertation "Using the Dharma Eye/Poetry Eye to Look at the World: The Convergence of Literature, Aesthetics, and Chan in the Miscellany of Juefan Huihong (1071-1128 C.E)"
- Seokwon CHOI: dissertation "Fashioning Identities in Late Ming Portraits: Zeng Jing and the Literati of Late Ming Jiangnan"
- Wencheng YAN: Chinese vernacular architecture; blog

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University of Chicago

Center for the Art of East Asia
Department of Art History

Cochrane-Woods Art Center 166
5540 South Greenwood Avenue
Chicago, IL 60637

Department of East Asian Languages & Civilizations
University of Chicago
Wieboldt 301, 1050 East 59th Street
Chicago, IL 60637

Chelsea Foxwell (Assistant Professor, Japanese art + architecture)
Wu Hung
(Professor, early Chinese art)
Katherine Renhe Tsiang (Associate Director, CAEA)

- Irene Backus: dissertation "Imaging Asia: Perceptions of China in Renaissance Florence"
- Max Bohnenkamp: dissertation "Revolutionary Folklorism: Folk Literature and Arts in the People’s Republic of China, 1942-1966"
- Kris Imants Ercums: dissertation "Envisioning Modernity: Exhibition Culture and Modern Chinese Art, 1918-1937"
- Anne Feng: Chinese art, religious architecture and art
- Eleanor Hyun: dissertation "Encounters and Revisions: Late 18th-Century Chinese and Korean Art"
- Nancy Lin: dissertation "Representing Difference: The Self and Other in Early 20th Century Japanese and Korean Art"
- Mia Liu: dissertation "Literati Lenses: Landscape in Chinese Cinema"
- Quincy Ngan: dissertation "Power of Pigments: The Functions and Meanings of Blue-and-Green Landscape Painting in Ming China"
- Yunfei SHAO: Asian art
- SHI Jie: dissertation "Housing the Majesty in the Dark: Princely Tombs in Western Han China (206 BCE-8 CE)"
- Stephanie Wenhui Su: dissertation "Imagining China: Early Twentieth-Century Chinese and Japanese History Painting"
- Cynthia Townsend: dissertation "A Contextual Study of Chinese Burial Figurines: Eastern Zhou through Northern and Southern Dynasties"
- Jin XU: Chinese art; religious and funerary art of medieval China (220-907 C.E.), especially Buddhist and Daoist architecture and sculpture, tomb murals and carvings; cultural exchange on the Silk Road
- XU Peng: dissertation "Music, Literature, and Print Culture: The Literati Singing of Kunqu in Late Ming China"
- XU Tingting: Chinese art,history of photography in China
- XI Zhang: modern Chinese art and architecture
- YANG Zhiyan: Asian art; modern and contemporary art

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University of East Anglia

Art History and World Art Studies
Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures (SISJAC)
Ulrich Heinze (Sasakawa Lecturer in Contemporary
Japanese Visual Media)
Simon Kaner (Head, Centre for Archaeology & Heritage)
Akira Matsuda (Lecturer in Japanese Artistic Heritage)
Nicole Rousmaniere (Professor of Japanese Art & Culture)

- Luke Edgington-Brown: dissertation "The End of the mounded tombs" (AHRC collaboration with the British Museum)
- Mary Redfern: dissertation "Crafting identities: ceramic tableware from the court of the Meiji Emperor"

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University of Florida

University of Florida
School of Art and Art History
Fine Art Building C
PO Box 115801
Gainesville, FL 32611-5801
Guolong LAI (Assistant Professor of Chinese Art and Archaeology)
Jason Steuber (Cofrin Curator of Asian Art, Harn Museum of Art)

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University of Glasgow

History of Art
8 University Gardens
University of Glasgow
Glasgow G12 8QQ
United Kingdom
tel +44 (0)141 330 5677
fax +44 (0)141 330 3513

see also Christie's Education London

Nick Pearce (Professor, Chinese art; Director, Institute for Art History)
Minna Törmä (Lecturer, Chinese art)
Yupin Chung (Honorary Senior Research Research Fellow,)
Nixi Cura (Honorary Research Fellow, Arts of China)
Rose Kerr (Honorary Research Fellow, Institute for Art History)
Beth McKillop ( Honorary Research Fellow, Institute for Art History)

- Maria Caterina Bellinetti: dissertation "The evolution of Chinese war photography: the second Sino-Japanese war, the Korean war and the Vietnam war"
- Louise Boyd: dissertation "Art, Sex, and Institutions: Defining, Collecting, and Exhibiting Shunga"
- Jing Han: dissertation "The historical and chemical investigation of dyes in high status sixteenth century to eighteenth century Chinese costume and textiles of the Ming and Qing Dynasty
- Chih-Yin Hsiao: dissertation "Chinese Marriage Porcelain: Popular Designs for the English Market in the 18th Century"
- Mingyuan Hu: dissertation "From Shanghai to Paris and Back Again: Fou Lei's Intellectual Development as an Art Critic"
- Wenliang Li: dissertation "The use of perspective in Chinese painting and European paintings in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries"
- Zhiyong Lu: dissertation "Chinese Metal Threads of Famen Temple Silk, Tang Dynasty (618-907): Research on their history and conservation"
- Jason Steuber: dissertation "The 1935/6 International Exhibition of Chinese Art: Chinese Art Exhibitions and the Roles of Provenance and Politics"
- Yi Wang: dissertation "The Western Impact on Chinese Ceramic Design during the 17th-18th Centuries"

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University of Hawai'i at Manoa

Department of Art & Art History
University of Hawai'i at Manoa
2535 McCarthy Mall
Honolulu, HI 96822
  Kate Lingley (Associate Professor, Chinese art)
John Szostak (Associate Professor, Japanese art)

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University of Hong Kong

Department of Fine Arts
Rm 240C Main Building
University of Hong Kong
Pokfulam, Hong Kong
David J. Clarke (Professor, modern and contermporary art)
Roslyn L. Hammers (Associate Professor, Chinese art and architecture)
Yeewan Koon (Associate Professor, Chinese/Japanese art and architecture)

- KWOK Yin Ning: dissertation "The European Reception of Chinese Painting and Calligraphy, 1625-1862"
- LEUNG Ge Yau: MPhil candidate, Chinese art history
- LEUNG Pui Yi: PhD candidate, Chinese art history
- WONG Sau Mui Alice: PhD candidate, modern China art
- WU Heidi Cary: MPhil candidate, Chinese art
- YANG Qingkang: MPhil thesis "Pang Xunqin's Wartime Paintings, 1937-1946"

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University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

School of Art and Design
143 Art and Design Building
408 E. Peabody Drive
Champaign, IL 61820
Anne Burkus-Chasson (Associate Professor, East Asia)

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University of Iowa

School of Art and Art History
W619 Seashore Hall
Iowa City, IA 52242
tel (319) 335-1771

- Nathan Peterson: dissertation "Re-Imaging China: Ai Weiwei and Contemporary Chinese Art"

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University of Kansas

Kress Foundation Department of Art History
209 Spencer Museum of Art
Lawrence, KS 66045
Marsha Haufler (Weidner) (Professor of Later Chinese art)
Amy McNair (Professor of Chinese art)
Sherry Fowler (Associate Professor, Japanese art)
Maki Kaneko (Assistant Professor, Japanese art)
Maya Stiller (Assistant Professor, Korean art and visual culture)

- Janet Chen: dissertation "Representing Talented Women in Eighteenth-Century Chinese Painting: Thirteen Female Disciples Seeking Instruction at the Lake Pavillion"
- Lili CHIU: dissertation "The Image of Lohans Crossing the Water and Its Social and Historical Context in Ming Dynasty Popular Culture"
- Kyung-won Choe: dissertation "The Crowing of Hens: Buddhist Paintings Sponsored by Court Women of the Early Choson Dynasty (1392-1592)"
- Veronica DeJong: dissertation "Visual (Re)presentations of Women: A Study of Informal Female Portraits, ca. 1580-ca. 1910"
- Kevin Greenwood: dissertation "Yonghegong: Art, Religion, and Politics in Beijing's Lama Temple"
- Sooa IM: dissertation "Transnational Perspective on Eighteenth-Century Court Documentary Painting in China and Korea"
- Takaaki Kumagai: dissertation "In Search of Alternative Modernity: Kitagawa Tamiji and Postrevolutionary Mexico"
- Sangnam Lee: dissertation "Traces of a Lost Landscape Tradition of the Early Joseon Dynasty (1392-1550): A Case Study of the Cross-Cultural Relationships in Korean and Chinese Paintings"
- LIU Ai-Lian: dissertation "Yang Weizhen (1296-1370) and the Social Art of Painting Inscriptions"
- Ya-chen MA
- Hui Wang MARTIN: dissertation "Guangsheng Monastery: The Study of Its Art and Architecture from a Ming Perspective"
- Lou Morrison
- Midori OKA
- Halle O'Neal: dissertation "The Power of Word: An Examination of Text and Image Issues and the Role of Dharma Relics in Japanese Buddhist Paintings of the Ninth through Fourteenth Centuries"
Hillary Pedersen: dissertation "The Five Great Space Repository Bodhisattvas and Imperial Power in Ninth-Century Japan"
- Lisa Pluth
- Helen Shin
- TSAI Hsing-li (Charlene): Chen Hongshou's Literary Gathering (Shanghai Museum)
- Elizabeth Williams: dissertation "Casting a New Mold: The American Silver Industry and Japanese Meiji Metalwork 1876–1893"
- Amanda Wright: dissertation "Qiu Ti (1906-1958) and the Storm Society (1931-1935): Modernist Ideology, Public Receptivity, and Personal Identity"

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University of Lisbon

Research Center in Sciences of Art and Heritage
Faculty of Fine Arts
University of Lisbon
Largo da Academia de Belas-Artes
1249 - 058 Lisbon
tel +351 213 252 100
fax +351 213 470 689
Rui Oliveira Lopes:

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University of Ljubljana

Department of Asian and African Studies
Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana
Askerceva 2
1000 Ljubljana
tel +386 1 241 1448
fax +386 1 425 9337

Assist. Prof. Dr. Natasa Vampelj Suhadolnik (Chinese art)
Mia Dora Prvan (Assistant/Lecturer, South Asian and Chinese art)

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University of Manchester

Art History and Visual Studies
Centre for Museology

- Hee Jung LEE: dissertation "Exploring visual modernity and national identity in modern China: Fu Baoshi's self-awareness and critical response during the Sino-Japanese war (1937-1945)"

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University of Maryland

Art History and Archaeology
Room 1211-B Art/Sociology Building
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742-1335
  Jason Kuo (Professor, Chinese art)
Yui Suzuki (Associate Professor, Japanese art)
Alicia Volk (Assistant Professor, Japanese art)

- Madeline Gent: modern and contemporary Chinese art
- Suzie Kim: dissertation "Competing Constructivisms in East Asia during the 1930s"
- Valentina Mazzotti: Japanese art
- Gordon Walsh: Buddhist sculpture of Nara-period Japan
- Jingmin ZHANG: dissertation "Chinese Painting Research Society at Beijing: Modernity, Art, Antiquity, and Nationalism, 1920–1937"

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University of Michigan

Department of the History of Art
519 S. State Street
110 Tappan Hall
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1357
 Kevin Carr (Associate Professor, Japanese visual culture)
Joan Kee (Associate Professor, modern and contemporary art
with a focus on East and Southeast Asia)
Martin Powers (Sally Michelson Davidson Professor of Chinese Arts and Cultures)

- Chun Wa Chan: Buddhist art, medieval Japanese art
- Susan Dine: Japanese art
- Vivian Li: dissertation "Art's Public Lives: Post-1949 Sculpture in China"
- Robert Morrissey: Japanese art
- Elissa Park: dissertation "Negotiating the Modern in Art: Pan Yuliang (1895-1977) and Transnational Modernity"

- Chanon Praepipatmongkol: contemporary Asian art
- Gerui WANG: Chinese art

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University of Minnesota

Art History
338 Heller Hall
271 19th Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55455-0121
Minku Kim (Assistant Professor, East Asian art and archaeology)

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University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Art History
Hanes Art Center
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
Wei-Cheng Lin (Assistant Professor, Chinese art and archaeology)

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University of Oregon

Department of Art History
5229 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403-5229
Charles H. Lachman (Associate Professor, Chinese art)
Jenny Lin (Assistant Professor, contemporary Asian art)
Akiko Walley (Maude I. Kerns Assistant Professor of Japanese Art)
Anne Rose Kitagawa (Chief Curator of Collections & Asian Art,
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art)

- Daniel Borengasser: East Asian Buddhist art and its impact on the development of artistic practices and visual culture
- Derry Jameson: East Asian art with an emphasis on Chinese literati landscape painting
- Gina Kim: East Asian modern and contemporary art
- Lindsay Long: traditional architecture of China

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University of Oxford

History of Art
Oriental Studies
The Institute for Chinese Studies
Nissan Institute of Japanese Studies
School of Archaeology
Eastern Art Department, Ashmolean Museum

Craig Clunas (Professor of the History of Art, Chinese art)
Jessica Rawson (Professor of Chinese Art and Archaeology)
Shelagh Vainker (Curator of Chinese Art, Ashmolean Museum)
Clare Pollard (Curator of Japanese Art, Ashmolean Museum)

- Qin CAO
- John L. Carlson
- Beichen CHEN
- Xuan CHEN
- CHEN Yi: dissertation "Geometric Design Ceramics in Ancient Southern China: Roles and Meanings"
- Jiemin FANG
- Ros Holmes: dissertation "Inclined towards Progress: Picturing Civility in Contemporary China"
- Yiu-kang HSU
- Qiqi JIANG: dissertation "Tang Sancai"
- Chen LI
- Yan LIU
- Rachel Silberstein: Chinese textiles

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University of Pennsylvania

Center for East Asian Studies
642 Williams Hall
225 S. 36th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Nancy Shatzman Steinhardt (Professor, East Asian art; Curator of Chinese Art, Penn Museum)

History of Art
Jaffe Building 3405
Woodland Walk
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Julie Nelson Davis (Associate Professor, East Asian art)

- Ina Choi: MA program, modern and contemporary East Asian art
- Quintana Heathman: dissertation "Edo for Sale: Consumer Culture and Edo Landscape Prints, 1730-1789"
- Minkyung Ji: dissertation "Secularizing the Visual in Death: Images and Material Consumption in Funerary Art of Mid-Imperial China and Korea"
- Jeannie Kenmotsu: Japanese art
- Patricia E. Kim: Hellenistic-Early-Roman period Central Asian and Near Eastern and visual culture; Silk Roads art and archaeology; Greco-Roman art; anthropology of art; reception and reinterpretation of ancient art
- Miki Morita: dissertation "Illuminating the Path: Kshitigarbha bodhisattva in Uighur Buddhist art and religious history"
- Eiren Shea Warneck

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University of Pittsburgh

Henry Clay Frick Department of the History of Art and Architecture
104 Frick Fine Arts Building
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
(412) 648-2400
Karen Gerhart (Professor, premodern Japanese art)
Katheryn M. Linduff (Professor, ancient Chinese art and archaeology)
Gao Minglu (Associate Professor, contemporary Chinese art)

- Lihui DONG: contemporary art, especially the history of Chinese photography and cross-cultural studies
- Madeline Eschenburg: contemporary Chinese art
- Jung Hui KIM: the relationship between Japan and the West in modern times
- Jungeun Lee: Japanese art
- Elizabeth Morrissey: Japanese pre-modern art, with a focus on illustrated handscrolls (e-maki)
- Elizabeth Self: Japanese handscrolls (e-maki) and their role in medieval Japanese culture
- Sara L. Sumpter: disssertation "The Socio-political Functions of Japanese ‘Vengeful Spirit' Handscrolls, 1150–1230"
- Carolyn Wargula: pre-modern Japan; gender construction and female identity as expressed through handscrolls to occupy or resist embedded power structures of imperial court life

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University of Southern California

Department of Art History
Von KleinSmid Center - VKC 351
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0047
Sonya Lee (Associate Professor, Chinese art and visual cultures)

- Rika Hiro: post-WWII period art and visual culture in Japan, especially the Anti-Art movement in the 1960s and 1970s and its global exchanges
- Yoon HWANG: Buddhist art in China

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University of the Arts London Chelsea

University of the Arts Research Centre for
Transnational Art, Identity and Nation

University of the Arts London Chelsea
[formerly Chelsea College of Art and Design]
London, UK

Toshio Watanabe (Professor, Japanese art)
Yuko Kikuchi (Reader, East Asia art and design history)

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University of Tokyo

University of Tokyo
Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia
(formerly Institute of Oriental Culture)
Ogawa Hiromitsu (Professor, research on artifacts from East Asia)
Itakura Masaaki (Associate Professor, Song literati painting)

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University of Toronto

Department of Fine Art

East Asian Studies

Wen-chien Cheng (Associate Curator and Louise Hawley Stone Chair of
Far Eastern Art, Royal Ontario Museum)
Yi GU (Assistant Professor, modern Chinese art and cultural history)
Johanna Liu (Professor, EAS, philosophical aesthetics in China and the West)
MENG Yue (Associate Professor, modern Chinese urban history)
Janet Poole (Associate Professor, EAS, visual and material culture of modern Korea)
Jenny Purtle (Associate Professor, Asian arte)
Chen SHEN (Associate Professor, EAS, Ancient Chinese Archaeology, and Bishop White Curator of Chinese Art, Royal Ontario Museum)

- Monica Guu: dissertation "Polyphonic Texts: Tracking the Meanings of Art Deco in Shanghai, 1923-1937"
- Banu Kaygusuz: comparative approach to socio-cultural aspects of Meiji Japan and the nineteenth-century Ottoman Empire
- Sara Osenton: contemporary Japanese art, hybridity, post-humans (robots and cyborgs), multi-temporality, Zenga, avant-garde art and parody
- Elizabeth Parke: dissertation "Infrastructures of Critique: The Art and Visual Cultures of Contemporary Beijing"
- James D. Poborsa: dissertation on contemporary Chinese photography from the late 1970s until the present, with a focus on the relationship between photographic theory and practice, and the intellectual and cultural politics of the period
- Sarah Aoife Richardson: dissertation "Authoring Images: Text and Image in 14th-Century Tibetan Mural Paintings at Zhalu"

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University of Virginia

McIntire Department of Art
Fayerweather Hall
University of Virginia
P. O. Box 400130
Charlottesville, VA 22904

Yunsheng Huang (Associate Professor, East Asian art and architecture)
Shiqiao Li (Weedon Professor in Asian Architecture)
Dorothy Wong (Associate Professor, East Asian art)

- Ben Deitle: dissertation "The Frontier at the Center: “Tibetan” Buddhist Temples in Beijing during the Qing "

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University of Washington

Division of Art History
School of Art
Box 353440
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-3440
Haicheng Wang (Assistant Professor, Chinese art and archaeology)

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University of Western Ontario

Department of History
London, ON

James Flath (Associate Professor, modern Chinese cultural history)

- Hua Huang: dissertation "Print Culture in Late Qing and Early Republican Suzhou"

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University of Wisconsin-Madison

Department of Art History
232 Elvehjem Museum of Art
800 University Avenue
Madison, WI 53706
Yuhang Li (Assistant Professor, Chinese art)
Quitman E. Phillips (Professor, Japanese art)

- Laura Mueller: dissertation "Competition and Collaboration in Edo Print Culture: Creative Specialization and Market Eminence of Artists of the Utagawa School, 1770–1900"

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University of Zürich

Institute of Art History
East Asian Art History
Gablerstrasse 14
c/o Museum Rietberg
CH 8002 Zürich
tel (+41) 043/344 5880
fax (+41) 043/344 5884

Universitärer Forschungsschwerpunkt (UFSP) Asien und Europa

Hans Bjarne Thomsen (Professor, Asian art)
Julia Orell (Assistant Professor, Chinese art)

- Sofia Bollo: dissertation "Chinese Cultures on Display – A Comparative Study on Chinese and European Oriental Art Museums and their Narratives on the Origin of Chinese Civilisation"
- Sabine Bradel: dissertation "Suzuki Harunobu
Ehon: The Development of Polychrome Printed Books in Premodern Japan"
- Keiko Brand: dissertation "Yoshitoshi's Bloody Scenes as Pictorial Language"
- Jeanne Egloff: dissertation "Kindai bijutsu – The Reception of Western Concepts of Art in Japan around the Year 1900"
- Brigitte Huber: dissertation "Caricaturesque Aspects within the Field of Actor Prints. Humour as a Form of Entertainment"
- Roland Ryû Hutter: dissertation "Wajimanuri: The History of a Japanese Laquerware Brand"
- Lis Jung: dissertation working title "Chinese Buddhist Stone Inscriptions from the 6th Century"
- Wakako Katsube-Nixdorf: dissertation working title "Narrative Semiotics of Aesthetic Nationalism: Decoding Okakura Kakuzô's History of Japanese Art through the Actantial Model of A.J. Greimas"
- Nathalie Marseglia: dissertation "Zwischen Tradition und Innovation: Die Bewahrung und Weitergabe von kunsthandwerklichem Wissen am Beispiel der 'Lebenden Nationalschätze' in Japan und Les Maîtres d’Art in Frankreich [Between tradition and innovation: The maintenance and dissemination of artisanal knowledge among 'Living National Treasures' in Japan and 'les Maîtres d'Art' in France]"
- Polina Lukicheva: dissertation "Der Bildraum in der Zeit des Wandels. Bildraumausprägung in der chinesischen Gelehrtenmalerei des 17. Jahrhundert [Image space in a time of change: The expression of mage space expression in Chinese scholarly painting of the 17th century]"
- David Putnam: dissertation working title "Organizing the Kabuki onnagata roles: Archetypal Mandala Typology and the Semiotics of the Yakusha-e"
- Daniel R. Schneiter: dissertation working title "Anthropomorphic Decorative Motifs on Ritual Vessels of the Early Chinese Bronze Age"
- Dinah Zank: dissertation "Divine Mothers Across Borders of National Identities: Japanese-Indian Artistic Exchanges in Twentieth-century Buddhist Paintings and the Reception of the British Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood's Concept of 'Spritituality' and 'Sensitivity'"

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Washington University, St. Louis

Department of Art History and Archaeology
One Brookings Drive
Box 1189
St. Louis, MO 63130
Kristina Kleutghen (Assistant Professor, Chinese art and archaeology)

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Yale University

Department of Art History
56 High Street
P. O. Box 208272
New Haven, CT 06520
Youn-mi Kim (Assistant Professor, Chinese art and architecture,
East Asian Buddhist art)
Anne Underhill (Professor, East Asian and Chiense archaeology)
Mimi Yiengpruksawan (Professor, Japanese art)
David Ake Sensabaugh (Curator of Asian Art, Yale University Art Gallery)

- Bradley Bailey: dissertation "Objects and Their Subjects: The Making of History in Modern Japan and Europe"
- Eric Rasmussen: dissertation "Wang Shen (born ca. l048) and Landscape Painting Among the Elite in Northern Song China, 1069-1120)"
- YANG Yan: dissertation "The Landscape Screen at Toji and the Historiography of Yamatoe"
- Ingrid Yuet Ting YEUNG: dissertation "Cultural Interactions: Bronze, Ceramic, and Stone Funerary Objects in Late Shang (circa 1300-1046 BCE)"

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York University

Graduate Program in Art History and Visual Culture
Goldfarb Centre for Fine Arts (GCFA), 243
York University
4700 Keele Street
Toronto, Ontario M3J 1P3
tel (416) 736-5533
fax (416) 736-5875
Hong Kal (Associate Professor, visual art and culture of East Asia)

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