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Publications 著作及出版物

 
Source: harvard.academia.edu 来源: 哈佛学术网
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The Rhetoric of Bool Illustration
   

Posthuman Inscape: Sterling Ruby's VIVIDS Paintings and Subjectivity Whithout Subject

   

Afterlife Entertainment? The Cauldron and Bare-torso Figures at the First Emperor's Tomb
   

What Happened to the First Emperor’s Afterlife Spirit?
   
Ascend to Heaven or Stay in the Tomb? Paintings in Mawangdui Tomb 1 and the Virtual Ritual of Revival in Second-Century BCE China
   
Why Pictures in Tombs? Mawangdui Once More
   
Jouissance of Death? Han sarcophagi from Sichuan and the Art of Physiological Alchemy
   
Crystallizing the 'Bleary Blur': Bronze Mat Weights and the Emergence of New Plastic Thinking in Western Han Dynasty
   
Mirror, Death, and Rhetoric: Reading Later Han Bronze Artifacts
   
What Do Trigrams Have to Do with Buddhas? The Northern Liang Stupas as a Hybrid Spatial Model
   
The Shadow Image in the Cave: Discourse on Icons
   
Refiguring: The Visual Rhetoric of the Sixth-Century Northern Wei 'Filial Piety' Engravings
   
Painted Statue in an Optical Theater: A Fifth-Century Chinese Buddhist Cave
   
Patterns Above and Within: The Picture of the Turning Sphere and Medieval Chinese Astral Imagination
   
Mirror, Moon, and Memory in Eighth-Century China: From Dragon Pond to Lunar Palace
   
The Emperor's New Body
   
Where Did the Picture of the Auspicious Omen Come from? Manufacture of Sites and Sights in Seventh-Century China
   
Of the True Body The Famen Monastery Relics and Corporeal Tranformation in Tang Imperial Culture
   
Oneiric Horizons and Dissolving Bodies: Buddhist Cave Shrine as Mirror Hall
   
Tope and Topos: The Leifeng Pagoda and the Discourse of the Demonic
   
Ritual Practice without Practitioner? Early Eleventh Century Dharani Prints in the Ruiguangsi Pagoda
   
"Picture Idea" and Its Cultural Dynamics in Northern Song China
   
Why Was There No Chinese Painting of Marco Polo? The Vexed Art of Itinerancy
   
The Elegiac Cicada; Problem of Historical Interpretation of Yuan Painting
   
Perceptions of Change, Changes in Perception--West Lake as Contested Site/Sight in the Wake of the 1911 Revolution
   
The Winking Owl: Visual Effects and Its Art Historical Thick Description
   
All in the Name of Tradition: Ink Medium in Contemporary Chinese Art
   
Contemporary Chinese Art: Three Decades/Themes
   
Red Sorghum: Mixing Memory and Desire
   
The Old Well: A Womb or Tomb? The Double Perspective in Wu Tianming's "Old Well."
   
Aftershock: Eugene Wang on the Recent Works of Liu Xiaodong
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