CfA: University of Chicago/Getty Dissertation Workshop in Chinese Art History, August 2020

Application deadline: 11:59 pm on December 16, 2019 (Chicago time, CST) Workshop II Dates: August 1-13, 2020 Workshop II Location: University of Chicago Center in Beijing The Department of Art…


CfA: 2020 Chinese Object Study Workshops

Application deadline: December 13, 2019 Workshop duration: June 8–12, 2020 Venue: The Art Institute of Chicago We are glad to announce that the Chinese Object Study Workshops program is receiving…


Conference: The Birth and Development of Korean Modern Art in the 20th Century

Time and date: Friday, 18th October 2019, 14:00-16:00 Venue: University of Leuven (KU Leuven), Mgr. Sencie Instituut (MSI 1) Room TBC The conference titled The Birth and Development of Korean…


CfA: Metropolitan Center for Far Eastern Art Studies grant program 2020/2021

Deadline: December 31, 2019 Founded under the auspices of the Harry G. C. Packard Collection Charitable Trust, the Metropolitan Center for Far Eastern Art Studies provides grants for Japanese and…


International Symposium: From Centre to Periphery: Collecting Chinese Objects in Comparative Perspective

19–22 September 2019 Venue: Slovene Ethnographic Museum (SEM), Metelkova ulica 2, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia The symposium is conceived as a response to the challenge of situating the history of the…


CfA: Getty/ACLS Postdoctoral Fellowships in the History of Art (2019-20)

Deadline: 23. October 2019; 9 pm EDT ACLS is now accepting applications for 2019-20 Getty/ACLS Postdoctoral Fellowships in the History of Art. The fellowships support an academic year of research…



Asian Studies: Meaning and Transformation of Chinese Funerary Art during the Han and Wei Jin Nanbei Periods

Edited by: Nataša Vampelj Suhadolnik Published by: Ljubljana University Press, Faculty of Arts Asian Studies Volume 7, issue 2 (2019) This special issue of the journal Asian Studies is dedicated…


Han Dynasty Stone Carved Tombs in Central and Eastern China (by Chen Li)

Han Dynasty (206 BC–AD 220) stone carved tombs were constructed from carved stone slabs or a combination of moulded bricks and carved stones, and were distributed in Central and Eastern…


The Steppe and the Sea: Pearls in the Mongol Empire (by Thomas T. Allsen)

In 1221, in what we now call Turkmenistan, a captive held by Mongol soldiers confessed that she had swallowed her pearls in order to safeguard them. She was immediately executed…


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