Grad Art


Fellows lecture–Jeehee Hong: Framing Affect and Vision in Middle-Period China

Kress Fellow in the Literature of Art Jeehee Hong presents “Framing Affect and Vision in Middle-Period China.”

This paper addresses how emotional expressions were shaped in material form through various modes of visual and spatial experiences in middle-period China (ninth–fourteenth centuries). Primary cases derive from selected images of grieving figures in funerary contexts.

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

5:30 pm-6:30 pm Michael Conforti Pavilion