Follow the link to read Associate Professor Nancy Um‘s review of Sumathi Ramaswamy’s digital project Going Global in Mughal India on caa.reviews. Ramaswamy uses digital technologies to create a muraqqa (an imperial album) to “track the itineraries of the terrestrial globe in Mughal India.”
The Department of Art History
is pleased to announce that, on
Thursday, July 28, at 11:00
in the Art History Commons, FA 218,
BA, Renmin University of China, 2003
MA, Renmin University of China, 2005
candidate for the doctoral degree in Art History,
will defend her dissertation,
THE LANGUAGE OF “PHOTOGRAPHY” IN CHINA:
A GENEALOGY OF CONCEPTUAL FRAMES FROM SHEYING TO XINWEN SHEYING AND SHEYING YISHU
before a committee composed of Professors John Tagg (Chair), Tom McDonough, David Stahl (Department of Asian and Asian-American Studies) and Nicholas Kaldis (Department of Asian and Asian-American Studies, Outside Examiner).
Dissertation defenses in the Department of Art History are important moments in our academic life and are, by definition, public events, open to all. We look forward to a lively, instructive and informative discussion and invite you all to attend.