Chelsea Foxwell

Associate Professor
Department of Art History
The College
Chair, CEAS Committee on Japanese Studies

5540 S Greenwood Ave
Cochrane-Woods Art Center 265
Chicago, IL 60637
(773) 702-7946

Professor Foxwell is an art historian at the University of Chicago's Department of Art History whose work focuses on Japan’s artistic interactions with the rest of East Asia and beyond. Her scholarship ranges from the medieval through modern periods of Japanese art with special emphasis on the 19th and 20th centuries. For more information, visit her page at the University of Chicago's Department of Art History.

 


Wei-Cheng Lin

Associate Professor
Department of Art History
The College

268 Cochrane Woods Art Center
5540 S Greenwood Ave.
Chicago, IL 60637
773-702-0268

Professor Lin specializes in the history of Chinese art and architecture, with a focus on medieval periods. His primary interests in research are visual and material cultural issues in Buddhist art and architecture and China’s funerary practice through history.  For more information, visit his page at the University of Chicago's Department of Art History.


Martin Powers

Visiting Professor in Chinese Art
Department of Art History

5540 S Greenwood Ave
CWAC 270
Chicago, IL 60637

Martin Powers was formerly Sally Michelson Davidson Professor of Chinese Arts and Cultures at the University of Michigan, and director of the Center for Chinese Studies, now emeritus. His research focuses on the role of the arts in the history of human relations in China, with an emphasis on issues of personal agency and social justice. For more information, please visit his profile at the University of Chicago's Department of Art History.

 

 


Katherine Tsiang

Associate Director of the Center for the Art of East Asia
Department of Art History

5540 S Greenwood Ave
Regenstein 420
Chicago, IL 60637
(773) 834-1060

Dr. Tsiang is the Associate Director of the Center for the Art of East Asia. Her research concentrates on the fields of Chinese Buddhist art, Chinese ceramics and material culture, and cultural interactions and political rhetoric in the production of art in medieval China. Her professional experience also includes teaching and collaborative work with museums and organizing exhibitions. For more information, visit her profile at the University of Chicago's Center for East Asian Art.


Hung Wu

Harrie A. Vanderstappen Distinguished Service Professor
Department of Art History
Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations
The College
Director, Center for the Art of East Asia
Consulting Curator, Smart Museum of Art

5540 S Greenwood Ave
CWAC 274
Chicago, IL 60637
(773) 702-0274

Professor Hung Wu focuses on early Chinese art and relationships between visual forms (architecture, bronze vessels, pictorial carvings and murals, etc.) and ritual, social memory, and political discourses. Professor Wu is also the Director of the Center for the Art of East Asia and a Consulting Curator for the Smart Museum of Art. For more information, please visit his profile at the University of Chicago's Department of Art History.