Publications

2009
Wang, Eugene. “Whereto Heaven? New Perspective on Mawangdui Paintings.” In Noble Tombs at Mawangdui: Art and Life of the Changsha Kingdom, Third century BCE - First century BE, 41-52. New York: China Institute, 2009.
Wang, Eugene. “Why Pictures in Caves: Mawangdui Once More.” Orientations 3, no. March (2009): 27-34.
"Elitism vs. Populism." in "The Chinese Language, Ever Evolving".” The New York Times May, no. 2 (2009). Publisher's Version
Tosa Mitsunobu and the Small Scroll in Medieval Japan
McCormick, Melissa. Tosa Mitsunobu and the Small Scroll in Medieval Japan. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2009. Publisher's Version
2008
Saunders, Rachel. “Patterns of Identity: Kimono Pattern Books in the Collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.” Andon 83 (2008): 49 - 57.
Figure and Fracture in the Genji Scrolls: Text, Calligraphy, Paper and Painting
Lippit, Yukio. “Figure and Fracture in the Genji Scrolls: Text, Calligraphy, Paper and Painting.” In Envisioning the Tale of Genji: Media, Gender and Cultural Production, edited by Haruo Shirane, 49-80. New York: Columbia University Press, 2008. View PDF
Lippit, Yukio. “Goryeo Buddhist Painting in an Interregional Context.” Ars Orientalis, no. 35 (2008): 192-232. goryeo_buddhist_painting_in_an_interregi.pdf
Ko-e Reconsidered: Small Scrolls and Pictorial Intimacy
McCormick, Melissa. “Ko-e Reconsidered: Small Scrolls and Pictorial Intimacy.” In Otogi zoshi hyakka ryōran, edited by Kazuo Tokuda, 468-498. Tokyo: Kasama Shoin, 2008.
Anshang fang: kou, wenzi, he tuxiang 庵上坊: 口述, 文字, 圖像 (The Archway at Anshang: Orality, Texts, and Images)
Eugene Wang, Zheng Yan. Anshang fang: kou, wenzi, he tuxiang 庵上坊: 口述, 文字, 圖像 (The Archway at Anshang: Orality, Texts, and Images). Beijing: Sanlian chubanshe, 2008.
Monochromatic Genji: The Hakubyō Tradition and Female Commentarial Culture
McCormick, Melissa. “Monochromatic Genji: The Hakubyō Tradition and Female Commentarial Culture.” In Envisioning the Tale of Genji: Media, Gender, and Cultural Production, edited by Haruo Shirane. New York: Columbia University Press, 2008.
2007
Awakenings: Zen Figure Painting in Medieval Japan
Lippit, Yukio, and Gregory Levine. Awakenings: Zen Figure Painting in Medieval Japan. Boston: Japan Society, 2007.
"Buddha Seal" and Relic Casket
Wang, Eugene. “"Buddha Seal" and Relic Casket.” In Buddhist Sculpture from China: Selections from the Xi'an Museum, Fifth through Ninth Centuries. edited by Annette Juliano, 118-126. New York: China Institute Gallery, 2007.
Japan's Southern Barbarian Screens
Lippit, Yukio. “Japan's Southern Barbarian Screens.” In Encompassing the Globe: Portugal and the World in 16th and 17th Centuries. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institute, 2007.
Negative Verisimilitude: The Zen Portrait in Medieval Japan
Lippit, Yukio. “Negative Verisimilitude: The Zen Portrait in Medieval Japan.” In Asian Art History in the Twenty-First Century, edited by Vishaka Desai, 64-95. Williamstown: Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, 2007. View PDF
Lippit, Yukio. “Tawaraya Sotatsu and the Watery Poetics of Japanese Ink Painting.” RES: Anthropology and Aesthetics, no. 51 (2007): 57-76. tawaraya_sotatsu_and_the_watery_poetics.pdf
Patterns Above and Within: The Picture of the Turning Sphere and Medieval Chinese Astral Imagination
Wang, Eugene. “Patterns Above and Within: The Picture of the Turning Sphere and Medieval Chinese Astral Imagination.” In Books in Numbers, edited by Wilt Idema, 49-89. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2007.
Wang, Eugene. “'Picture Idea' and Its Cultural Dynamics in Northern Song China.” The Art Bulletin LXXXIX, no. 3 (2007): 463-481. View PDF
2006
Peeking Into the 'Genji Room': Ink-line Genji Scrolls and the Nyoubou Perspective
McCormick, Melissa. “Peeking Into the 'Genji Room': Ink-line Genji Scrolls and the Nyoubou Perspective.” In Genji monogatari wo yomitoku 1: Egakareta genji monogatari, edited by Kawazoe Fusae and Mitamura Masako, 101-129. Tokyo: Kanrin Shobou, 2006. View PDF
Crystallizing the 'Bleary Blur': Bronze Mat Weights and the Emergence of New Plastic Thinking in Western Han Dynasty
Wang, Eugene. “Crystallizing the 'Bleary Blur': Bronze Mat Weights and the Emergence of New Plastic Thinking in Western Han Dynasty.” In A Bronze Menagerie: Mat Weights of Early China, 64-74. Boston: Isabella Steward Gardner Museum, 2006. View PDF
2005
Saunders, Rachel. “Pursuits of Power: Falconry in Edo Period Japan.” Orientations 36, no. 2 (2005): 82 - 92.

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