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Yanfei Zhu


Chinese painting, Art History, Visual Studies, East Asian Studies, East Asian art and culture

He earned his Bachelor of Arts in museology from Fudan University in Shanghai, China, in 2004, Master of Arts in art history from Ohio State University in 2007, and Ph.D. in art history from the Ohio State University in 2013.
His dissertation and current book project addresses how modern Chinese painters referred to 17th Century individualist art as a philosophical, aesthetic, and political vehicle for synchronizing the fundamental values of Chinese art with those of Western modernity at the turn of the twentieth century.
He has had papers published Grove Art Online and Oxford Art Online in 2015, NMK 2012 Museum Network Fellowship Research Papers, 2011 Peking University Art History International Graduate Conference Papers and Encyclopedia of Modern China.
He has taught specialized lectures and seminars on East Asian art and culture at Washington University in St. Louis and the University of Chicago before coming to UNG.

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