Prof. Ying Wang

Ying Wang

Associate Professor

Phone: 414-229-3043
e-mail: yingwang@uwm.edu
Curriculum Vitae: pdf

Degrees:

Ph.D., Department of the History of Art and Architecture, University of Pittsburgh, 2000
M.A., Department of Art History, The Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, 1990
B.A., Department of Art History, The Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, 1985

Research Interest:

Gender issues and the bronze culture of China during the Bronze Age. She has edited books and museum catalogues on bronzes and jades.

Courses Taught:

ArtHist 105: Art and Architecture of Asia
ArtHist 105: Art and Architecture of Asia (Online)
ArtHist 192: Hidden Dragon—Image and Meaning in Chinese Art
ArtHist 200: Modern and Contemporary Chinese Art
ArtHist 382: Art and Architecture of China
ArtHist 480: Chinese Painting
ArtHist 481: Topics in Chinese Art—Arts of Modern and Contemporary China and Its Cultural Heritage
ArtHist 481: Topics in Chinese Art—Art of Intellectuals of Ancient and Contemporary China
ArtHist 481: Topics in Chinese Art—Art along the Silk Road
ArtHist 481: Topics in Chinese Art—Religious Arts of China
ArtHist 499: Arts of China
ArtHist 770: Bronze Age Culture of China and Northeast Asia

Recent Publications:

Authored Books
古画鉴赏--中国文物鉴赏丛书/ Connoisseurship of Ancient Chinese Painting. Guilin: Lijiang Press, 1995 (In Chinese). Reprint, Taipei: Taiwan Guangxia Corporation, 1999

世界画坛的大师们/ Masters of World Art. Co-authored with Lin Xiaofeng. Beijing: The Youdian Press, 1989. 2nd edition, 1991 (In Chinese)

Articles
"Cloud Brocade and Yangzhou", CD, The 11th Annual Conference of the Textile Society of America", 2009

"Wang Dalei, No Tilte", in 当代东方 / Contemporary East, 3(2008): 34

"安阳墓葬文化 与武丁王室女性 / The Funeral Culture at Anyang and the Court Ladies of King Wuding." In Yao Zongyi, ed. 学术史与中国古代文明研究/History of Scholarship and the Studies of Ancient Chinese Civilization. Shijiazhuang: Hebei Jiaoyu Press, 2007

"論商王田獵與河東鹽池 / Royal Hunting of the Shang and the Salt Lake at Hedong." 華學/Huaxue., Vol. 8. 2006. pp.102-108. Edited by Yao Zongyi. Beijing: Zijincheng/The Forbidden City Publishing House (in Chinese)


 
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