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

Japanese/Korean Art
Dissertations Completed by Subject, 2005

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Carr, Kevin, “The Lives of Shotoku: Narrative Art and Ritual in Medieval Japan” (Princeton, Y. Shimizu)

Fukuoka, Maki, “Between Seeing and Knowing: Shifting Standards of Accuracy and the Concept of Shashin in Japan, 1830–1872” (Chicago, T. Gunning, J. Snyder, T. Najita)

Han, Jin, “Modernization and Nationalism: The Rise of Social Realism in South Korea (1980–1988)” (CUNY, H. Senie)

Suzuki, Yui, “The Medicine Master: Yakushi Buddha Icons and Devotional Practices in Heian Japan” (UCLA, D. McCallum)

Szostak, John, “The Kokuga Sosaku Kyokai and Kyoto Nihonga Reform in the Meiji, Taisho and Early Showa Years (1900–1928)” (Washington, C. Bogel)

Tezuka, Miwako, “Jikken Kobo (Experimental Workshop): Avant-Garde Experiments in Japanese Art of the 1950s” (Columbia, B. Buchloh, M. McCormick)

Thomsen, Hans, “The Visual Salon: Ito Jakuchu and the Rokuonji Temple Ensemble of 1759” (Princeton, J. Silbergeld)

Volk, Alicia, “The Japanese Expressionist: Yorozu Tetsugoro (1885–1927) and the Language of Modern Art” (Yale, M. Yiengpruksawan)

Wattles, Miriam, “The Life and Afterlives of Hanabusa Itcho (1652–1724)” (IFA/NYU, J. Hay)