Speaker: Maya Stiller, Associate Professor of Korean Art History & Visual Culture in the Art History Department at the University of Kansas
Moderator: Seong Uk Kim, Assistant Professor of Korean Religions and Culture, Department of East Asian Languages & Cultures, Columbia University
A 50-minute talk followed by Q and A, based on Dr. Stiller’s recent book Carving Status at Kŭmgangsan, winner of the American Historical Association’s 2021 Patricia Buckley Ebrey Prize. Dr. Stiller’s book focuses particularly on elite graffiti in late Chosŏn Korea (17th to 19th centuries).
This event is sponsored by the Center for Korean Research.
Registration: To register to attend this event online, please register HERE.