- Yaying Bai
Yaying is an MA student who focuses on modern Japanese art in colonial contexts within her larger research interests in the transnational analysis of East Asian visual culture and artistic exchanges.
- Suhyun Choi
Suhyun studies modern Japanese art and visual culture, with a focus on issues of post-coloniality, nationhood, and gender. She is interested in artistic responses to and interventions in the legacies of colonialism within Japan.
- On-Tsun Fung
On-Tsun studies early modern Japanese ink painting and is particularly interested in how ink painters in Japan negotiated their relationship with their Chinese counterparts.
- Yuri Handa
Yuri studies the history of photography in modern Japan, with a particular emphasis on the intersections of imperial/colonial nation-building and photography as reproductive visualizing technology.
- Chen JiangDissertation
Repainting the Past: Kikuchi Yōsai’s (1788–1878) Visualization of History
- Hae Yeun KimDissertation
Unkoku Tōgan (1547–1618) and Painting in Early Modern Western Japan
- Naomi KuromiyaDissertation
Finding the Past in the Future: Tracing 'the Integrated Artwork' in Modern Japan
- Joseph Walsh Millette
Walsh is an MA student interested in avenues of exchange between pre-modern China and Japan, especially as they touch on ideas of space, place, architecture, and the painting genre of jiehua.
- Sehyun OhDissertation
The Land Surveyors from the Outside: Documentation of Immigrants in an American Northwest Environment by Kyō Koike and Iwao Matsushita, c. 1920-1940
- Misaki Sanui
Misaki studies early modern Japanese art, with a particular focus on the various modes of production and reception of ceramics and other art objects within the material culture of chanoyu.
- Yeongik Seo
Yeongik studies early modern Japanese painting as an intermediary between medieval and modern art, and as a part of the broader context of East Asian art.
- Kanako Tajima
Kanako studies transnational artistic interaction between Japanese and American modern and contemporary art, with a particular focus on the works of Japanese female artists who moved to the U.S. in the 1960s.
- Valerie ZinnerDissertation
Sumiyoshi Gukei and Early Modern Yamato-e