Hannibal Taubes is a PhD candidate in the department of East Asian Languages and Cultures at UC Berkeley, with broad research interests in the histories of Inner Asia. His dissertation examines public art and sub-elite social collectivities in early-modern and modern north China, ~900-1949. Publications can be found at https://ucberkeley.academia.edu/HannibalTaubes, while a display website for early-modern murals can be found at http://twosmall.ipower.com/murals/. The North China Mural Survey project provides further details on a selection of these images and can be found on the Frogbear Database of Religious Sites in East Asia.
Department: East Asian Languages and Culture
Role(s): Participant-PhD Student