Mimi Yiengpruksawan

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Professor, History of Art
On leave: 
Fall 2017
190 York St, Room 653, New Haven, CT 06511
Areas of interest : 
Japanese Art History; Buddhist Art and Iconography; Political and Social Perspectives in Analysis of Imagery and Ritual; Japanese Landscape Painting; Women's Issues in Japanese Art
Japan, Transregional


HSAR 143, RLST 188, SAST 260

Introduction to the History of Art: Buddhist Art and Architecture, 900 to 1600

Buddhist art and architecture of East Asia, Southeast Asia, and Tibet from the tenth century to the early modern period. Emphasis on cross-regional engagements including the impact of Islam.

Term: Spring 2018
Day/Time: T, Th 1:30 PM - 2:20 PM
HSAR 811

Cartographic Japan in the Age of Exploration

It has been well noted that maps and more broadly the cartographic sciences constitute the very core of a voracious desire to know and consume the world that is intimately tied to the European expansion of the 1500s. The existence of Theatrum orbis terrarum and Civitates orbis terrarum virtually insure that the story is typically told from the European perspective. In this seminar we take up the East Asian perspective with emphasis on the ways in which cultural entanglement “east to west” brought about cultural productions in China, Korea, and Japan whose analysis yields insights into the interplay of local and translocal at the heart of the early modern world system.

Term: Spring 2018
Day/Time: W 1:30 PM - 3:20 PM