East Asian Studies
Nicola Di Cosmo
▲ = first term only ● = second term only
2020-2021 Calendar of Events
Wu Shellen, University of Tennessee, IAS, "Growing Empire in the Age of the Nation-State: From the American West to the Chinese Borderlands"
Gabor Kosa, Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE), IAS, "Indian ascetics in a Chinese Manichaean painting"
Petya Andreeva, Parsons School of Design, The New School, "Animal Style and Its Visual Tropes: New Perspectives on Iron-Age Portable Ornament from the Eurasian Steppes"
Lena Maria Scheen, NYU-Shanghai, "Preserve to Erase: Architectural Heritage in Shanghai, 1949-2015"
Judith Zeitlin, University of Chicago, "Instrument of Flesh: The Operatic Voice in Late Ming and Early Qing Musical Culture"
Qin Shao, The College of New Jersey, "Transitional Justice in Post-Mao China and Its Aftereffects: A Case from Shanghai"
François Louis, Bard Graduate Center, "The Liao Dynasty in Light of Recent Archaeological Finds"
Xiaoqiao Ling, Arizona State University, IAS, "The Beginning of a Reading Tradition: Encyclopedic Learning in 1499 Hongzhi Xixiang ji"
Julia Orell, University of British Columbia, IAS, "Cartographic Perspectives in Song Dynasty Painting"
Constantine Vaporis, University of Maryland-Baltimore County, IAS, "Samurai and the World of Painting, East and West--The Life Experiences of Odano Naotake (1750-80) and Kakizaki Hakyō (1764-1826)"
Constantine Vaporis, University of Maryland-Baltimore County, IAS, "Japanese Peripheries and Cultural Centers--The Samurai Kakizaki Hakyō (1764-1826) and his Ainu Chieftain Paintings"
Nathan Vedal, Washington University in St. Louis, IAS, "Philology of the Strange: Evidential Learning and Commentary on Liaozhai zhiyi in the Nineteenth Century. (TBC)"
Anna Shields, Princeton University, "Transmission and Transitions of Tang Literature"
Meng Zhang, Loyola Marymount University, IAS, "Regional Forestry Diversity in Qing China: Trees, Empire, and Market"
Don Wyatt, Middlebury College, "The Disquieting History of Foreign Enslavement in Medieval China"
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