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Publications and Presentations

Recent Graduate Student Publications and Presentations

Gillian Zhang co-published (with Patricia Sieber) a chapter "The Story of the Western Wing: Theatre and the Printed Image" in the book How to Read Chinese Drama A Guided Anthology, edited by Patricia Sieber and Regina Llamas. Columbia University Press, in January 2022.

Asia Adomanis and Emma Laube co-published (with a third researcher, Paige Dempsey) a learning guide for the Wexner Center’s Department of Learning and Public Practice for the exhibition, Jacqueline Humphries: jHΩ1:), in September 2021.

Alanna Radlo-Dzur, published (with several co-authors) “The Tira of Don Martín: A Living Nahua Chronicle” in Latin American and Latinx Visual Culture 3, no. 3 (2021).

Gillian Zhang published the article "Making a Canonical Work: A Cultural History of the Mustard Seed Garden Manual of Painting (1679-1949)” in the journal East Asian Publishing and Society in March 2020.

Caroline Koncz, “Notes on the Early Modern Additions to an Italian Fourteenth Century Book of Hours,” Journal of the Early Book Society for the Study of Manuscripts and Printing History 21 (2018): 215–232.

Ahyoung Yoo, “The Nomad’s Baggage: Imagining the Nation in a Global World,” in Invisible Culture: An Electronic Journal for Visual Culture, Issue 26, 2017.

Annie Jacobson, “Strange Selves: The Televised Double in Bjørn Melhus’s Das Zauberglas,” an essay in Two for One: Doppelgängers, Alter-Egos, Reflected Images, and Other Duples in Western Art: 1900-2000, 2017.

Julie Dentzer, “Ignoring the Algerian War: Le Joli Mai and the Algerian population in Paris in 1962," a chapter in War and Portrayal: The Expression of the Unbearable in Modern and Contemporary Art, Dr. Presiado and Dr. Jacob (dir.), 2017.

Kimberly Masteller, “Museums in Motion Today,” personal essay in Museums in Motion: An Introduction the the History and Function of Museums, 3rd Ed. Edward Alexander, Mary Alexander and Juilee Decker, ed. Lanham, Maryland and London: Rowman & Littlefield, 2017, pp. 279-80.

Mabi Ponce de León, “La Maestra Amalia Pica: National (Re)Education Interventions,” in ¿Qué Pasa, OSU?, The Ohio State University; Volume 24, Number 2, Autumn 2016, "Experiences & Realities: Making Space for Latinx Scholarship and Community."

Mabi Ponce de León, "Boryana Rusenova Ina," "Dan Jian," " Maria di Franco," and "Nayeon Yang," in Spring 2016 MFA Catalog, Art Department, Columbus: The Ohio State University, 2016.

Yanfei Yin, “Reconsidering the Eight Views of the Xiao and Xiang Rivers in the Sixteenth-century Korea.” In NMK 2016 Museum Network Fellowship Research Papers, pp. 25-37. Seoul: National Museum of Korea, 2016.
Yanfei Yin, “Paintings by One Artist, Agendas of Two Countries: Exhibitions of Sessh? Toyo in Japan and China in 1956.” In Still Facing East: International Scholars on Japanese Culture, edited by Klaudia Adamowicz and Kamila Sosnowska. Łódź: Wydawnictwo Biblioteka, 2016.
Kimberly Masteller, Masterworks from India and Southeast Asia: Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. Kansas City and Seattle: The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and The University of Washington Press, with Lucia/Marquand Books, 2016.
Kimberly Masteller (Contributing Author), Highlights from The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Ceramics Collections, edited by Karin Jones. Kansas City: The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, 2016.
Kimberly Masteller, “Arthur Upham Pope and Collecting Persian Art in Kansas City,” Arthur Upham Pope and A New Survey of Persian Art. Yuka Kadoi, editor. Leiden: Brill Publishers, 2016.

Anna McCoy, “Salvador Dalí’s Political Enigma: Building a Persona under Franco,” in Kunstlicht: Journal for Art History, Visual Culture, and Architecture vol. 36, no. 2, 2016.

Ahyoung Yoo, “Review of Gwangju Biennale: Burning Down the House," in Media-N, Volume 11, No. 1, Spring 2015.

Ahyoung Yoo, “The Problems of Digital Utopia: Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries on the Web,” in Asia Art Archive: Field Notes, Issue 04, 2015.

Annie Jacobson, "Strange Selves: The Televised Double in Bjorn Melhus's Das Zauberglas," College Art Association, New York, February 2015.

Kimberly Masteller, “Echoes and Resonance: Creating Dialogues between Historical Islamic Art, Contemporary Art and Museum Audiences,” in Global Trends in Modern and Contemporary Islamic Art, edited by Rui Oliveira Lopes. Lisbon: CIEBA/FBAUL, Global Art Monograph Series, 2015.

James Hansen, “Excessive Realism: Catherine Breillat and the Pornodrama,” Wuxia 5.2 (2015): pp. 112-131.

James Hansen, “Pleasure in Dissonance: The Crossroads Film Festival,” The Brooklyn Rail, May 2015.

James Hansen, "Women to Watch: Sylvia Schedelbauer," Cléo: A Journal of Film and Feminism, Vol. 2, Issue 3, Winter 2014.

James Hansen, “The Fall of Days: Luther Price’s Nine Biscuits (2004-08),” Millennium Film Journal, Issue 58, Fall 2013: pp. 124-129.

James Hansen, "A Matter of Tape: Luther Price," Dirty Looks at MoMA, Mining the Collection, A Reader, edited by Bradford Nordeen and David Everett Howe. Dirty Looks New York, 2013.

James Hansen, "Gertrud Atherton" and "Winifred Dunn", Women Film Pioneers Project, edited by Jane Gaines, Radha Vatsal, and Monica Dall’Asta, Center for Digital Research and Scholarship. New York, NY: Columbia University Libraries, 2013.

James Hansen, “Hug Me Tight: Tom Rhoads (1987-1989).” Exhibition catalog, Tom Rhoads: Three Films. New York, NY: Dirty Looks at The Kitchen, 2013.

Caroline Koncz presented “Adultery, Prostitution, and Love Magic: A Study of Palma’s Venuses,” at the Sixteenth Century Society and Conference in October 2021.   

Yifan Li presented “The Lion Grove Garden: History, Ownership, and Legacy” at the Treasures from the Lower Yangzi Delta (Jiangnan) workshop organized by the Cleveland Museum of Art in September 2021.

Stephanie Kang moderated the artist panel “Celebrating Hanzine” at LA Artcore in June 2021.

Gillian Zhang presented “The Qianlong Emperor’s (r.1736-1799) Pictorial Stelae” at the conference "Imitation or Appropriation? Intermediality in Qing Imperial Art and Culture," SOAS, University of London, in May 2021.

Keyu Yan presented “Christian Art and Fu Jen University in Republican China (1911-1949)” at the Science and Research Centre Koper Symposium on Missionary Activities and East-Asian Collections, University of Ljubljana in May 2021.

Maggie Wilson presented “Queer Access: John the Evangelist’s Orientation Affirmed in 13th Century English Apocalypse Manuscripts” at the NYU MARGINS Graduate Symposium Apocalypse and Revelation in May 2021.

Caroline Koncz presented “The Price of Preserving Chastity and Paralyzing Masculinity in Jacopo Bassano’s Diana and Actaeon” at the Renaissance Society of America conference in April of 2021.

Dareen Hussein presented “Reversing the Gaze: Image, Archive, and Sounds of Resistance in Assia Djebar’s La Zerda et les chants de l’oubli” at the Mmenomic Aesthetics: Memory and Trauma in Art: 11th Annual Rutgers Art History Graduate Student Symposium in April 2021.

Maggie Wilson presented “Embroidered Selves in Enclosure: An Exploration of Boundaries in 15th Century Nun’s Illustration of the Mystic Hunt” at Self and Selves, the April 2021 White Rose Medieval Graduate Conference co-sponsored by the Universities of York and Leeds.

Stephanie Kang presented “The Artist as Avatar: Redefining Materiality through LaTurbo Avedon” at the Association for Art History Conference in April 2021.

Yifan Li presented “Collecting ‘Traditions’ in Modern China: Lu Xun and Beiping Letter Papers” at The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in April 2021.

Dareen Hussein co-curated with Layla Muchnik-Benali the film series Signs of Remembering: Women’s Resistance in Middle Eastern and North African Documentaries at the Wexner Center for the Arts in March 2021. 

Gillian Zhang presented “Authenticating Su Shi’s (1037-1101) Snowy Wave Stone in Premodern China” at the conference "Understanding Authenticity in China’s Cultural Heritage," University of Oxford, in March, 2021.

Keyu Yan presented “Maryn Varbanov (1932-1989) and His Legacy” at The Ohio State University Department of History of Art Graduate Symposium in March 2021.

Alanna Radlo-Dzur presented ​​“Plutarchian Nahuas: Laconophilia in two sixteenth-century Mexican manuscripts,” in the session “Revelations from the Florentine Codex Initiative,” at the American Society of Ethnohistory annual meeting at Duke University in 2021.

Anna Talarico and Dareen Hussein co-curated a two-part video exhibition, “In/Stability,” at the Wexner Center for the Arts.

Allie Mickle presented “‘Let the Hills be Hills and the Rivers be Rivers’: Implications of a Changing Environment in Yang Yongliang’s Digital Landscapes” at the SECAC annual conference (formerly the Southeastern College Art Conference), December 2020.

Maggie Wilson presented “The Ebstorf Lectern Cloth as Cypher: Interpreting the Late Medieval Nun’s Embodied Experience of Convent Architecture” at Speculative Forensics, the 55th Annual UCLA Art History Graduate Symposium in November of 2020.

Yifan Li presented “Water Control, Mao Cult, and Mass Sport: Picturing Mao Zedong’s Yangzi River Swims” in the panel “Challenging and Mediating: Art and Society in the People’s Republic of China” at  the AAS-in-Asia Conference in September 2020.

Alanna Radlo-Dzur presented ​​“Imagining Marietta: Discourses of Archaeology and Identity,” in “The Americans before 1620: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Indigenous Cultures, Colonialism, and Slavery,” annual symposium of the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, at The Ohio State University in January 2020.