• Jens Bartel
    Dissertation

    Style, Space and Meaning in the Large-Scale Landscape Paintings by Maruyama Ōkyo (1733-1795)

  • Carrie Cushman
    Dissertation

    Temporary Ruins: Miyamoto Ryūji’s Architectural Photography in Postmodern Japan.

  • Xiaohan Du
    Dissertation

    On A Snowy Night: Yishan Yining (1247-1317) and the Development of Zen Calligraphy in Medieval Japan

  • Nina Horisaki-Christens

    Nina’s research focuses on images of the public and media as public space in 1970s Japanese video.

  • Chen Jiang

    Chen focuses on the artistic interactions between Japan and China during the Meiji period. She is also interested in tourist photography, export art, and art exhibitions of modern Japan.

  • Jeewon Kim

    Jeewon studies the history of Japanese and Korean art and architecture. Her research interests include modern Korean painting, the visual culture of Japanese imperialism, and urbanization in Korea under Japanese colonial rule.

  • Hae Yeun Kim

    Hae Yeun studies the art of Japan and Korea. In particular, she is interested in the inter-cultural influences and developments between Japan and Korea during the pre-modern period.

  • Maggie Mustard
    Dissertation

    Atlas Novus: Kawada Kikuji’s Chizu (The Map) and Postwar Japanese Photography

  • Joseph Scheier-Dolberg
    Dissertation

    Yu Zhiding and the Envisioning of the Early Qing World

  • Hwanhee Suh
    Dissertation

    Collaboration and Competition: The Dynamics of Seventeenth-Century Chinese Paintings

  • Eric Wong

    Eric is studying modern Japanese architecture with a special interest in Japanese post-war residential architecture, and the urbanization and development of Taiwan under Japanese colonial rule.

  • Yu Yang
    Dissertation

    At the Crossroads of Japanese Modernism and Colonialism: Architecture and Urban Space in Manchuria, 1900–1945

  • Cathy Zhu

    Cathy studies the art and archaeology of the Five Dynasties and Song period China. She is particularly interested in the interactions between works in the tomb, religious, and secular environments.

  • Valerie Zinner

    Valerie studies medieval and early modern illustrated narratives with a focus on the intersection of gender and class, particularly in the case of female workers and itinerants.