Category: Fieldwork Committee


Page:

Bogel, Cynthea J.

Institution: Kyushu University
Department: International MA and PhD Program in Japanese Humanities
Email: cjbogel@lit.kyushu-u.ac.jp

Role(s): , ,


Cynthea J. Bogel has been Professor of Japanese Art History and East Asian Buddhist Visual Cultures at Kyushu University since 2012. Most of her research and writing focusses on premodern Japanese Buddhist icons, especially statues, and specific aspects of their history.Continue reading


Wang, Michelle

Institution: Georgetown University
Department: Department of Art and Art History
Email: mcw57@georgetown.edu

Role(s): , ,


Michelle C. Wang is Associate Professor in the Department of Art and Art History at Georgetown University. As a specialist in medieval Chinese art, her publications have addressed Buddhist maṇḍalas, Dunhuang painting, and Silk Road material culture. Continue reading


Heller, Natasha

Institution: University of Virginia
Department: Religious Studies
Email: nlh4x@virginia.edu

Role(s): ,


Natasha Heller studies Chinese Buddhism in the context of cultural and intellectual history. Her research includes both the pre-modern period (10th through 14th c.) and the contemporary era.Continue reading


ter Haar, Barend

Institution: University of Oxford
Department: Faculty of Oriental Studies
Email: barend.terhaar@orinst.ox.ac.uk

Role(s): , , ,


Barend ter Haar teaches Chinese studies at the University of Oxford, with a strong focus on cultural and religious history. Although first of all a social and cultural historian, the religious dimension is so central to Chinese traditional life that much of his research up to now has dealt with religious phenomena.Continue reading


Meeks, Lori


Keyworth, George


Bingenheimer, Marcus


Rusk, Bruce

Institution: University of British Columbia
Department: Department of Asian Studies
Email: bruce.rusk@ubc.ca

Role(s): , , ,


Bruce Rusk is an Associate Professor in the Department of Asian Studies. His main areas of research and teaching are the cultural history of China, especially the Ming (1368–1644) through early Qing (1644–1911) dynasties. He has worked on the history of textual studies, literary culture, writing systems, and connoisseurship. Continue reading


Page: