Just Published: Volume 74, Issue 1
Daring Japanese Art History
Studies in Japanese and Korean Art History in Honor of Donald Frederick McCallum (1939–2013). Edited by Sherry Fowler, Chari Pradel and Yui Suzuki, with the Assistance of Amy McNair and Anne McGannon.
YUI SUZUKI: Twanging Bowls and Throwing Rice: Warding Off Evil in Medieval Japanese Birth Scenes
SHERRY FOWLER: Containers of Sacred Text and Image at Twelfth-Century Choanji in Kyushu
PEI-JUNG WU: Wooden Statues as Living Bodies: Deciphering the Meanings of the Deposits within two Manjushri Images of the Saidaiji Order
OSHIKO KAINUMA: Chogen’s Jodoji Amida Triad and Its Environment: A Theatrical Effect of the Raigo Form
JUNGHEE LEE: Recently Discovered Reliquaries from Paekche
YOKO HSUEH SHIRAI: The Amitabha Senbutsu Unearthed in Japan: Close Interaction with Unified Silla Korea in the Late Seventh Century
CHARI PRADEL: Portrait of Prince Shotoku and Two Princes: From Devotional Painting to Imperial Object
GAIL F: CHIN: As a Vessel of the Darma, I Am a Woman: A Nineteenth-Century Japanese Visual Parody.
Last updated 27 January 2015