Mimi Yiengpruksawan

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Professor, History of Art; DUS, East Asian Studies
203-432-2682
Address: 
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
Region: 
Japan, Transregional

Courses

EAST 480

One-Term Senior Essay

Preparation of a one-term senior essay under the guidance of a faculty adviser. Students must receive the prior agreement of the director of undergraduate studies and of the faculty member who will serve as the senior essay adviser. Students must arrange to meet with that adviser on a regular basis throughout the term.

Term: Spring 2020
EAST 480

One-Term Senior Essay

Preparation of a one-term senior essay under the guidance of a faculty adviser. Students must receive the prior agreement of the director of undergraduate studies and of the faculty member who will serve as the senior essay adviser. Students must arrange to meet with that adviser on a regular basis throughout the term.

Term: Fall 2019
EAST 491

Senior Research Project

Two-term directed research project under the supervision of a ladder faculty member. Students should write essays using materials in East Asian languages when possible. Essays should be based on primary material, whether in an East Asian language or English. Summary of secondary material is not acceptable.

Term: Fall 2019
EAST 492

Senior Research Project

Two-term directed research project under the supervision of a ladder faculty member. Students should write essays using materials in East Asian languages when possible. Essays should be based on primary material, whether in an East Asian language or English. Summary of secondary material is not acceptable.

Term: Spring 2020
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: Fall 2019
Day/Time: T, Th 2:30 PM - 3:45 PM