Lecture Series: East Asian Art History – Current Research in Europe (Freie Universität Berlin)

Date of event:   18/10/2022 − 14/02/2023

Title: Ostasiatische Kunstgeschichte: Aktuelle Forschung in Europa / East Asian Art History: Current Research in Europe
Duration: 18. October 2022 to 14. February 2023
Time: Tuesdays, 16:00 to 18:00
Organisation: Prof. Dr. Juliane Noth
Institution: Kunsthistorisches Institut, Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany

18. October 2022
Ewa Machotka (Stockholm University): Japanese Early Modern Landscape Prints in a Posthumanist Perspective

25. October 2022
Hans Bjarne Thomsen (Universität Zürich): Disaster and Art: Dealing with Catastrophes

01. November 2022
J.P. Park (University of Oxford): Art Historical Fiction or Fictional Art History: Zhang Taijie, Baohui lu, and the Literary Making of the Past (online über Webex)

08. November 2022
Marie Laureillard (Université Lyon 2): The Art Modernisation Project Through the Chinese Journals Shanghai Sketch, Yifeng and Arts and Life in the 1930s

15. November 2022
Sarah Fraser (Universität Heidelberg): Multiple Realisms: Zhang Daqian’s Archaeological Filter in Paintings of Contemporary Topics, 1940s

22. November 2022
Lin Fan (Universiteit Leiden): The Retreat and Return of Elephants: A Social History of Xixiang tu 洗象圖

29. November 2022
Nataša Vampelj Suhadolnik (Univerza v Ljubljani): East Asian Collections in Slovenia: Who, Why, What

06. December 2022
Beatrix Mecsi (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest): National Identity and Cultural Interactions in South Korean Upper Secondary School Art Textbooks: Changing Narratives from the 1950s to the Present

13. December 2022
Shane McCausland (SOAS University of London): East Asian Art circa 1300: The Aesthetic Problem of the Yeke Monggol Ulus (Great Mongol State)

03. January 2023
Juliane Noth (Freie Universität Berlin): Vergangenheit und Zukunft der chinesischen Malerei: Debatten an der Nationalen Kunsthochschule Hangzhou, 1928–1936

10. January 2023
Alice Bianchi (Université Paris Cité): Visions of Blindness in Eighteenth-Century Chinese Painting

17. January 2023
Charlotte Horlyck (SOAS University of London): Early Western Approaches to Korean Buddhist art

24. January 2023
Halle O’Neal (The University of Edinburgh): Material Mourning: Letter Writing and Ritual Performance in Medieval Japan

31. January 2023
Lukas Nickel (Universität Wien): Der Erste Kaiser und Steinbearbeitung in China

07. February 2023
Maki Fukuoka (University of Leeds): Photography, Calligraphy, and Delineation by the Individual Brush

14. February 2023
Claire-Akiko Brisset (Université de Genève): The Oblique Space in Japanese Visual Culture: Folding Screens, Books and Fans

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