Dissertation Defense: Young-Sin Park

The Department of Art History is pleased to announce that on Friday March 8, 2019, at 2:30 p.m. in the Art History Commons, FA 218, Young Sin Park (BA, Chung-Ang University of Korea, 2000; MA, Hongik University of Korea, 2005) and candidate for the doctoral degree in art history will defend her dissertation THE CHOSŎN INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION OF 1915 before a committee composed of Professors John Tagg (Chair), Pamela Smart, Nancy Um and Sonja Kim (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 all to attend.

Applications for the Binghamton DHRI due February 20


Reminder: Applications for the Binghamton Digital Humanities Research Institute (DHRI) are due on February 20! The Binghamton DHRI is a 4-day intensive workshop aimed at Binghamton University faculty and advanced graduate students who are interested in or curious about the digital humanities. Prior experience is not required. The institute will include seminar-type sessions oriented around critical discussion and hands-on workshops that will introduce the software and tools that are central to digital humanities practices. Topics will include data visualization, mapping, text analysis, platforms for digital publishing, and more.  The Binghamton DHRI is hosted by the Binghamton University Libraries and co-sponsored by the Center for Learning and Teaching, the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, The Graduate School, Harpur College of Arts and Sciences, and the Office of Undergraduate Education.
For more information, visit the DHRI website or contact Nancy Um or Amy Gay.

Jason Joonsoo Park will deliver lecture “Making the Intangible Tangible: Introduction to the Art of Chinese Papercutting”

On February 28, 2019, Jason Joonsoo Park will deliver a lecture “Making the Intangible Tangible: Introduction to the Art of Chinese Papercutting” in conjunction with the current exhibition “The Ancient Art of Chinese Papercutting: From Heart to Hands”. Information is on the Libraries’ new events  and the CCEC News on libguide.
Those links also guide to the registration page. Registration is not mandatory but recommended to save oneself a seat if planning to attend.