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FH Newsletter 2021 Issue 2

CC Online Book Series - Chinese Ways of Seeing and Open-Air Painting: Spatial Practices in Chinese Art History and Visual Studies


CC Online Book_NLThis book talk series consists of fall and spring seasons (2021-2022) is organised by the Department of Chinese Culture. Seeking to examine the implications of the research paradigm of “spatial turn” to Chinese art history and visual studies, this series invites eight scholars specialising in different Chinese historical periods — Ming, Qing, Republican, or Socialist — to discuss notions of space, place, landscape, monument, cartography, geography, or mobility explored in their recent books. Topics covered in the series include open-air sketching, landscape making and travel in art history; moviegoing in cinema studies; cartography in knowledge production; and the making of war memories through monuments in urban studies.

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