New Course Focusing on Korean and Chinese Art
Spring 2004 Graduate Seminar Selected Topics in Korean and Chinese Art (243/260 B) Dodd 221, Wednesday 2:00-4:00 p.m. Instructors: Professors Burglind Jungmann and Hui-shu Lee
Published: Monday, April 05, 2004
The seminar will explore painting in the context of relations between Korea and China during the late Koryo (918-1392) and early Choson (1392-1910) periods.
Requirements include weekly readings, class participation in discussion, a presentation on work in progress, and the completion of a substantial original research paper.
Schedule of Classes
April 7 - Introduction: Topics and Objectives
April 14 - Prince Anpyong's collection of Chinese and Korean art, as reflected in Sin Sukchus's "Record on Painting (Hwagi)," an overview
April 21 - Special session on "The Royal Patronage of Art of the Choson Period,"
conducted by Yi Song-mi, Professor of Korean Art History, Academy of Korean Studies, Songnam, Korea
April 28 - Reconstructing the Korean perspective on Chinese art: Chinese painters and calligraphers of the Song and earlier periods represented in Prince Anpyong's collection
May 5 - Reconstructing the Korean perspective on Chinese art: Chinese painters and calligraphers represented in Prince Anpyong's collection (Yuan I)
May 12 - Lecture on "The Production and Preservation of Royal Portraits during the early Choson Period," by Cho In-soo, Professor of Korean Art History at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles
May 19 - Reconstructing the Korean perspective on Chinese art: Chinese painters and calligraphers represented in Prince Anpyong's collection (Yuan II)
May 26 - Work-in-progress presentations I
June 2 - Work-in-progress presentations II
June 9 - Conclusion: Korean responses to Chinese painting during the Choson period