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Lihong Liu

Lihong Liu

  • Assistant Professor of Art History

PhD History of Art and Archaeology, New York University, 2013

523 Morey Hall
(585 ) 275-4169

Courses Offered (subject to change)

  • AHST 234:  Art and Environment
  • AHST 142:  Arts of East Asia
  • AHST 243/443:  Early Modern Chinese Painting
  • AHST 314:  Itinerant Things

Selected Publications

  •  “Path, Place, and Pace in Mid-Ming Suzhou Landscape Painting.” RES: Anthropology and Aesthetics 67/68 (2016/2017).
  •  “Pyrotechnic Profusion: Fireworks, Spectacles, and Automata in Time.” Journal 18: A Journal of Eighteenth-Century Art and Culture (2017) ( 
  • “Vitreous Views: Materiality and Mediality of Glass in Qing China through a Transcultural Prism.” Getty Research Journal 8 (2016): 17-38.  
  •  “Ethnography and Empire through an Envoy’s Eye: The Manchu Official Akedun’s (16851756) Journeys to Chosǒn Korea.” Journal ofEarly Modern History20.1/2 (2016): 111-139. 
  • “Collecting the Here and Now: Birthday Albums and the Aesthetics of Association in Mid-Ming China.” Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture 2:1 (2015): 43-91. 
  • “Shadows in Chinese Art: An Intercultural Perspective.” In Qing Encounters: Artistic Exchanges between China and the West. Edited by Petra Chu and Ding Ning. Los Angeles, 2015. 190-212.