Concise, critical reviews of books, exhibitions, and projects in all areas and periods of art history and visual studies

Chinese Art
Dissertations Completed by Subject, 2002

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Cho, Insoo, “Images of Liu Haichan: The Formation and Transformation of a Daoist Immortal's Iconography” (Kansas, M. Weidner)

Dramer, Kim, “Between the Living and the Dead: Han Dynasty Stone Carved Tomb Doors” (Columbia, R. Harrist)

Hammers, Roslyn L., “The Production of Good Government: Images of Agrarian Labor in the Southern Song (1127–1279) and Yuan (1272/79–1368) China” (Michigan, M. Powers)

Huang, Shih-Shan Susan, “The Triptych of Daoist Deities of Heaven, Earth, and Water and the Making of Visual Culture in the Southern Song Period (1127–1279)” (Yale, R. Barnhart)

Kucera, Karil, “Cliff Notes: Text and Image at Baodingshan” (Kansas, A. McNair)

Kuwayama, George, “Chinese Ceramics in Colonial Latin America” (Michigan, M. Powers)

Lai, Guolong, “The Baoshan Tomb: Religious Transitions in Art, Ritual, and Text during the Warring States Period (480–221 BCE)” (UCLA, L. von Falkenhausen)

Purtle, Jennifer, “The Production of Painting, Place, and Identity in Song-Yuan (960–1368) Fujian” (Yale, R. Barnhart)

Tenckhoff, Diana, “The Art of Cha Shih-piao (1615–1698)” (Kansas, A. McNair)

Wu, Chao-Jen, “Between Modernity and Tradition: Zhao Zhiqian (1829–1884) and the Epigraphic Movement of the Late Qing Period” (Kansas, C. Li, M. Stokstad)