Paola Demattè (Professor, History of Art + Visual Culture) has been selected as an NEH Summer Scholar from a national applicant pool to attend one of 24 seminars and institutes supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities. The National Endowment for the Arts is a federal agency that, each summer, supports these enrichment opportunities […]
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Paola Demattè (Professor, History of Art + Visual Culture) was invited to give a lecture on the origins of Chinese writing at Fudan University, Shanghai. The presentation, What is Writing? The Origins of Chinese Writing in Global Context, was hosted by Professor Ouyang Xiaoli of Fudan’s History Department.
Paola Demattè (Professor, History of Art and Visual Culture) was invited to present a paper at the international symposium Reimagining the Globe and Cultural Exchange: From the World Maps of Ricci and Verbiest to Google Earth which took place at the Ricci Institute (University of San Francisco) on 22nd-24th April 2016. Prof. Demattè’s paper was […]
Paola Dematté (Professor, History of Art + Visual Culture) was published in the latest edition of the Art Bulletin. Her extended essay entitled A Confucian Education for Europeans addresses issues of transculturation and hybridity in 18th century Sino-European artistic exchange.
An archaeological project on the prehistoric art of southern China is documented in “Travel and landscape: the rock art of the Zuo River valley, Guangxi Zhuang autonomous province, China,” a research article by Paola Demattè (Professor, HAVC) published in the June 2015 issue of Antiquity.
An essay by Paola Demattè (Professor, History of Art + Visual Culture) has been published by Oxford: Oxbow Books. “Itinerant Creeds: the Chinese northern frontier” was published in Locating the Sacred: Theoretical Approaches to the Emplacement of Religion (Claudia Moser and Cecelia Feldman, eds.).
Paola Dematte’ (Associate Professor, History of Art and Visual Culture) has been awarded a grant from the Asian Cultural Council for her ongoing documentation and planning for the conservation of the Xumishan archaeological zone which includes over 130 Buddhist grottoes spread over a two kilometer area in China’s northwestern Ningxia province. The grottoes and temples, […]