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Japanese/Korean Art
Dissertations Completed by Subject, 2006

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Fraser, Karen, "The Tomishige Studio and the Development of Domestic Commercial Photography in Meiji Japan (1868–1912)" (Stanford, M. Takeuchi)

Kuo-Sheng, Lai, "Learning New Painting from Japan and Maintaining National Pride in Early Twentieth-Century China, with Focus on Chen Shizeng (1876–1923)" (Maryland, J. Kuo)

Mack, Karen, "The Function and Context of Fud Imagery from the Ninth to the Fourteenth Century in Japan" (Kansas, S. Fowler)

Shirai, Yoko, "Senbutsu: Figured Clay Tiles, Buddhism, and Political Developments on the Japanese Islands, ca. 650–794 CE" (UCLA, D. McCallum)

Tsuruya, Mayu, "War Campaign Record Painting: Japan's National Imagery of the 'Holy War' (1937–1945)" (Pittsburgh, T. Rimer)

Williams, Gratia Cassandra, "Takuma Eiga: A Revisionist Analysis of a Fourteenth-Century Buddhist Painter" (Columbia, M. Murase)