SOAS University of London

Department of the History of Art and Archaeology, School of Arts

Workshop: Research Training in the History of Chinese Art and Archaeology

Portrait Sculpture
The speakers are listed below

Date: 21 September 2010Time: 10:00 AM

Finishes: 24 September 2010Time: 5:00 PM

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings Room: 4418

Type of Event: Workshop

We invite applications from graduate students of any level to participate in a workshop, Research Training in the History of Chinese Art and Archaeology. It will be held at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London from 21 to 24 September 2010.

The workshop aims at providing students insight into current research questions and professional issues of working in the field of Chinese Art and Archaeology.  

Specialists teaching during the training workshop will include:

  • Stan Abe (Duke University)
  • Craig Clunas (University of Oxford)
  • Shane McCausland (SOAS) 
  • Lukas Nickel (SOAS & UCL) 
  • Stacey Pierson (SOAS)
  • Jessica Rawson (Merton College & University of Oxford) 
  • Clarissa von Spee (The British Museum) 
  • Jan Stuart (The British Museum) 
  • Wang Tao (SOAS & UCL)
  • Zhang Hongxing (Victoria and Albert Museum)

Workshop convener: Lukas Nickel (Department of the History of Art and Archaeology, SOAS, and Institute of Archaeology, UCL)

The workshop is part of the workshop series Research Training in Old Chinese convened by Dirk Meyer, Oriental Institute & The Queen’s College, University of Oxford.  The series is funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and British Inter-university China Centre (BICC). For UK-based graduate students, we will cover travel expenses, accommodation, and board. We will accept 15 participants.

Co-sponsored by International Centre of Chinese Heritage and Archaeology (ICCHA) of UCL and Peking University

How to apply

The deadline for applications was 26 July 2010.  

Successful candidates have been by email notified on 29 July.


Order and Things: Art History and Chinese Sculpture by Stanley Abe (Duke University) on 21 September

Sponsor: Funded by the AHRC & BICC