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AH113 Introduction to East Asian Art   Tags: asian studies, block 1  

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Picturing heaven in early China by Lillian Lan-ying Tseng

Harvard University Press, 2011

N8217.C62 T79 2011 

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Japan and the culture of the four seasons : nature, literature, and the arts by Haruo Shirane

Columbia University Press, 2012

PL721.S4 S55 2012 

Location: Tutt North Basement

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East Asian Art Research

You will focus on Chinese and Japanese art, but art can only be understood in the context of culture, history, religion and a myriad of other factors.  For this reason, your research may be interdisciplinary in nature, and you may want to explore history databases as well as art ones; a book on Daoism as well as one on Daosist paintings.

Use the navigation tabs to find books, articles and images needed for your class. Many other resources to help you save time and improve your papers are available at Tutt Library, including librarians who are anxious to help you succeed.

Feel free to contact me personally, or sit down and have a one-on-one sesion with the librarian at the Reference Desk (located in the library lobby).

 

We want to help!

No one is born knowing how to use a library for college research. All of us at Tutt Library are ready to help you with your research whether you are a first year student or a tenured professor. 

Lisa Lister

 
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