Pathways to Korean Art History
한국 미술사의 길(Pathways to Korean Art History)
|학회명(Title)||한국 미술사의 길(Pathways to Korean Art History)|
|일시(Date)||2017년 6월 3일(토)[June 3, 2017]|
|장소(Venue)||UCLA Fowler 미술관 Harry and Yvonne Lenart Auditorium (Harry and Yvonne Lenart Auditorium in the Fowler Museum of Cultural History at UCLA)|
|주제(Theme)||한국 미술사의 길(Pathways to Korean Art History)|
|주최(Host)||UCLA 한국학연구소 (Center for Korean Studies,UCLA)|
The symposium, Pathways to Korean Art History, with the support of the Department of Art History and the Center for Korean Studies at UCLA was held on Saturday June 3, 2017 at the Harry and Yvonne Lenart Auditorium in the Fowler Museum of Cultural History at UCLA. 15 presenters played their roles and 11 thematic articles were presented The approximate numbers of participants of the symposium was 100.
This one day symposium, "Pathways to Korean Art History", seeks to bring together UCLA Art History Professor Burglind Jungmann's colleagues and students in honor of her retirement.
Overall, the symposium was very successful with academically provoking
presentations, actively engaging discussions, and warmly sharing hospitality and congeniality.
The symposium brought together the eight junior Korean art historians, who are now expanding the field of Korean art history in their various positions all over the world.
한국 미술사의 길(Pathways to Korean Art History) 발표자 명단
|Session||Session Title||Role||Name||Affiliation||Presentation Title|
|presenter||Miwon Kwon||Professor of Art History, Department Chair UCLA||Welcome|
|presenter||John Duncan||Professor of Asian Languages and Culture, Co-director of CKS, UCLA||Opening Remarks|
|presenter||Namhee Lee||Professor of Asian Languages and Culture, Co-director of CKS, UCLA||Introduction|
|presenter||Insoo Cho||Professor of Art Theory, Korea National University of Arts, Seoul||“The State of Research on Korean Painting History”|
|2||Korean art in East Asia||moderator||Jiyeon Kim|
|presenter||Yoonjung Seo||Researcher and Lecturer of History and Cultural Studies, Free University, Berlin||“The ‘Exotic’ Others and Foreign Curiosities in Visual Culture of the Late Chosŏn Dynasty”|
|presenter||Ja Won Lee||Jane and Morgan Whitney Fellow, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York||“Antiques Matters: Chinese Bronzes in Screens of Books and Scholarly Utensils”|
|presenter||JP Park||Associate Professor of Art History, University of California, Riverside||“Rescuing Art History from the Nation: Late Chosŏn Korea between Europe and Edo Japan”|
|3||Tradition and Reality||moderator||Yoonjung Seo|
|presenter||Soyeon Kim||Junior Fellow, Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies||“A Buddhist Painting from Unknown Monastery in the 18th century Chosŏn”|
|presenter||Nayeon Kim||Lecturer of Art History, UIC, Yonsei University, Seoul||“Conflicted Elegance: Visual Culture Constructed by and around Chosŏn Kisaeng.”|
|presenter||Nathaniel Kingdon||Ph.D. candidate of Art History, UCLA||“Worth a Thousand Words: Nature studies and epistemology in 19th-century Korea”|
|4||Korean Modern Art in Global Context||moderator||Nayeon Kim|
|presenter||Jiyeon Kim||Project Specialist, Peabody Essex Museum, Salem||“"Hundred Fans" and the Art Market of the 19th and early 20th century Korea”|
|presenter||Jungsil Jenny Lee||Visiting Assistant Professor of Art History, University of Kansas||“Rock-carved Mothers: Female Iconography in Park Soo-keun’s painting”|
|presenter||Sunpyo Hong||Chair-Professor, Korea National University of Culture Heritage, Seoul||"A Discourse About the Modernization of ‘Traditional-style Korean Painting’ and Lee Ungno"|
|presenter||Jeonghye Park||Professor of Art History, The Academy of Korean Studies, Seongnam||“Fellow Travelers in Chosŏn Painting”|
|presenter||Jiyeon Kim||Project Specialist, Peabody Essex Museum, Salem|
|presenter||Burglind Jungmann||Professor of Art History, UCLA|