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Di Luo's Teaching Portfolio

Introduction to Asian Art

An introductory course in the history of Asian art can provide much pleasure and insight. It opens up a world full of distinctive and meaningful works of art and architecture in India, China, Japan, and other parts of Asia, and leads you to explore the rich material and cultural legacies of the great civilizations in Asia’s past.

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April 19, 2016

Art of China

Through the exciting exploration of various forms of art and architecture—jade, pottery, bronzes, stone carvings, paintings, cities and palaces, temples and pagodas, gardens and landscapes, etc.—we will be exposed to the richness of Chinese material culture and the intellectual tradition that lies behind it.

April 15, 2016

The Silk Road: A Cultural and Political History

This undergraduate seminar examines the rich history of the Silk Road, a network of land and maritime trade routes connecting the empires and kingdoms across Eurasia over the past millenniums.

April 11, 2016

Session 21. Architecture in Miniature

The 21st session of the survey course East Asian Architecture: From Prehistoric to the Late Imperial Period, it focuses on the curious phenomenon of miniature-making in East Asian architecture.

April 10, 2016

Session 13. Buddhist Architecture I: China

The 13th session of the survey course East Asian Architecture: From Prehistoric to the Late Imperial Period, it investigates Buddhist architecture in China during 1000-1200 CE.

April 9, 2016

Session 1. Introduction (East Asian Architecture)

The 1st session of the survey course East Asian Architecture: From Prehistoric to the Late Imperial Period, it introduces the timeline and geographical framework of important architectural works in China, Korea, and Japan.

April 9, 2016

East Asian Architecture: From Prehistoric to the Late Imperial Period

This survey course explores the rich architectural legacies of China, Japan, and Korea of the premodern period. We will be navigating a series of distinctive architectural spaces: imperial palaces, mausoleums, monasteries, temples, shrines, pagodas, theaters, metropolises, markets, and gardens.

April 7, 2016

Introduction to East Asian Civilizations

This course investigates the history of East Asia from the beginning to 1800. It focuses on three major civilizations–China, Korea, and Japan–in the attempt to reveal the economic growth, cultural development, political changes, social conditions and transformations, and intellectual traditions of premodern East Asia as well as its great achievements and legacies in the arts and humanities.

April 6, 2016