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Thursday, May 15, 2014

Refiguring East Asian Religious Art: Buddhist Devotion and Funerary Practice

Time: 
May 25-26, 2014

Place: 
The University of Chicago


Program:

May 25, 2014

OPENING REMARKS—Wu Hung

Panel I. FILIAL PIETY AND BUDDHIST ART PRODUCTION
Sun-ah Choi, Myongji University. “Is Filial Piety not Enough? Rethinking Issues about the Patronage of Sŏkgul-am and Pulguk-sa in Kyŏngju, Korea”

Youn-mi Kim, Yale University. “Buddhist Monument for Filial Piety? Intersection of Religious and Funerary Art in Silla”

Winston Kyan, University of Utah. “Between Caves and Tombs: Rethinking Representations of Buddhist Filial Sons”

Panel II. RELIGIOUS VISUAL CULTURE AND THE DEAD
Phillip E. Bloom, Indiana University. “‘How Grand Are the Uses of Texts!’: Documents, Messengers, and the Visual Imagination of Bureaucracy in Chinese Buddhist Liturgical Art”

Hsueh-man Shen, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. “A Dance to the Music of Time”

Natasha Heller, University of California at Los Angeles. “Learning About the Dead: Children and Ritual in Visual Culture”


May 26, 2014

Panel III. RELICS AND RELIQUARIES
Katherine Tsiang, University of Chicago. “’Ashokan’ Reliquaries and Stupa Burials in Medieval China”

Akiko Walley, University of Oregon. “Fulfilling Wishes: Container Types in Buddhist Reliquaries and the Nature of the Salvific Power of the Relics of the Buddha”

Seunghye Lee, Academy of Buddhist Studies, Dongguk University. “The Hall of Underground Palace of Tianfeng Pagoda: Changing Form, Function, and Meaning of Reliquary Space in Southern Song China”

Panel IV. CONVERGING SACRED SPACES: TOMBS AND TEMPLES
Sonya S. Lee, University of Southern California. “The (Re)making of a Spirited Landscape: On Cliff Tombs and Buddhist Cave Temples in Leshan, Sichuan”

Wei-Cheng Lin, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. “Broken Buddhist Statues: the Death of Images and Their Changing Ontology Inside Pagoda Crypts”

Kate Lingley, University of Hawai’i at Manoa. “Kinship and the Commemoration of the Dead in Medieval Chinese Buddhist Monuments”

ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION
Paul Copp, Eugene Wang, Wu Hung


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