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Workshop: Getty-Heidelberg Dissertation Workshop 2020 (Year 2)

Heidelberg Dissertation Workshops and European - U.K. Research Travel Stipends Workshop Year 2: July 26 - August 15, 2020 Call for Applications: Deadline September 30, 2019 Heidelberg University, Institute for…

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Artistic Production and Circulation of Objects in Northern Asia (China, Korea), 1st–7th Centuries AD (Dr. Ariane Perrin)

A series of lectures by Dr. Ariane Perrin (Catholic University of Paris) at Ludwig Maximillian University of Munich: July 9–11, 2019 Programme:  Tuesday 9 July 2019, 2–4 PM: Kaulbachstraße 53, E03…

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Nepal Art Now: Contemporary Nepalese Art (Weltmuseum Vienna)

Weltmuseum Wien 11 April to 6 November 2019 Weltmuseum Wien presents the most extensive exhibition of modern and contemporary art from Nepal to date. The works on display range from…

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CfP: China and the West. Reconsidering Chinese Reverse Glass Painting

CfP: International Workshop on CHINA AND THE WEST: RECONSIDERING CHINESE REVERSE GLASS PAINTING February, 14–16, 2020 at the Vitromusée Romont, Au Château, CH-1680 Romont, Switzerland Deadline for submissions: September 15,…

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CfP: European Studies in Asian Art and Archaeology 3

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: 3RD EAAA MONOGRAPH SERIES VOLUME EAAA Monograph Series European Studies in Asian Art and Archaeology Published by EAAA and BRILL Deadline for submissions: 31 October 2019  The…

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Elephant Stories. Miniature Paintings from Mughal India (Pergammonmuseum)

14.06.2019 to 11.08.2019 Pergamonmuseum A complex history of the relationships between humans and elephants In other parts of the Islamic world, elephants were used in warfare, placed on display or…

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Publications

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…

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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…

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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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