Heidelberg-Getty Dissertation Workshop
In this lecture series, workshop faculty will provide a glimpse of their experiences and practices as researchers of East Asian Art History and Archaeology. Rather than presenting their research findings, five leading scholars will address fieldwork and research challenges. Why and how do scholars work the way they do? Join us to learn more about the ways in which personal experience shapes the careers and approaches of specialists in the field.
Please register in order to participate in our lecture series (in a webinar format). Upon registering, you will receive an email with the access details. Please contact us, if you didn't receive an email.
Sunday, August 1, 2021
Senior Prof. Dr. Lothar Ledderose (Heidelberg Academy of Sciences and Humanities):Fieldwork in China’s Mountains and Valleys
Monday, August 2, 2021
Prof. Dr. Lothar von Falkenhausen (UCLA, Los Angeles):Mutual Accommodations: Archaeology and Art History
Wednesday, August 4, 2021
Prof. Dr. Melanie Trede(Heidelberg University, Centre for Asian and Transcultural Studies):Serendipity, Space, and Stamina: Notes from an art historian’s analog past
Prof. Dr. Lukas Nickel (University of Vienna):A Buddha icon keeping its secret – what to do when research bears inconclusive results
Thursday, August 5, 2021
Prof. Dr. Sarah E. Fraser (Heidelberg University, Centre for Asian and Transcultural Studies):Buddhist Archeology: Field Research in China’s Caves and Temples
This lecture series is made possible with support from the Getty Foundation through its Connecting Art Histories initiative.
Letzte Änderung: 13.07.2021