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--------------------------------------------------------------------- The Family Model in Chinese Art and Culture P. Y. and Kinmay W. Tang Center for East Asian Art, Princeton University 6-7 November 2004 This symposium focuses on the multifaceted aspects of the family model as an enduring force central to patterns of social organization and cultural articulation throughout Chinese history. The papers provide an interdisciplinary exploration of the ways in which family and the arts intersect to inform artistic perceptions, content, and production. Organized by the P. Y. and Kinmay W. Tang Center for East Asian Art and co-sponsored with the Department of Art and Archaeology and the Princeton University Art Museum with support from the Freeman Foundation. Saturday, 6 November 2004 9:45-1:00 Morning Session 9:45 Welcoming Remarks Jerome Silbergeld, Tang Center for East Asian Art, Princeton University The "Real" Family in China Chair and discussant: Stevan Harrell, Department of Anthropology and Burke Museum, University of Washington, Seattle Families in China: Ties That Bind Rubie S. Watson, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University Danger, Subjectivity, and the Chinese Family: Interpersonal Processes and the Changing Political and Moral Economies of the Self Arthur Kleinman, Department of Anthropology, Harvard University Discussant: Western Perspective Vivian B. Shapiro, Professor Emerita, School of Social Work, University of Michigan 2:30-5:15 Afternoon Session Real and Ideal, The Family in Ancient Times Chair and discussant: Michael Loewe, Professor Emeritus, Cambridge University Family and Gender in Burial Custom: The Case of Western Zhou Aristocracy Jay Xu, Asian Art Department, The Art Institute of Chicago The Construction of Family in Qin and Han Michael Nylan, Department of History, University of California, Berkeley Occupational Clans and Artisan Families in Ancient China Anthony J. Barbieri-Low, Department of History, University of Pittsburgh Sunday, 7 November 2004 9:20-1:00 Morning Session Presenting the Family in Art Chair and discussant: Susan E. Nelson, Department of the History of Art, Indiana University Family Mansions in Life and in Death Klaas Ruitenbeek, Asian Art Department, Royal Ontario Museum Shadows in Life and Death: Family Portraiture Dora C. Y. Ching, Tang Center for East Asian Art, Princeton University From the Streets to the Garden: Children at Play in Chinese Paintings Ann Barrott Wicks, Department of Art, Miami University Painting the Boundaries of Gender Segregation in Qing China: Representing the Family in The Red Chamber Dream Louise Edwards, China and Korea Centre, Australian National University Family Dynamics and Psychodynamics in Recent Chinese Cinema Jerome Silbergeld, Department of Art and Archaeology / Tang Center for East Asian Art, Princeton University 2:30-5:00 Afternoon Session The Family as Site and Symbol of Artistic Production Chair and discussant: Robert E. Harrist, Jr. Department of Art History, Columbia University Art and Family in Scholar Painting of the Yuan Dynasty: The Wuxing Zhao's Ankeney Weitz, Art Department, Colby College The Family Style: Art as Lineage in the Ming Period Craig Clunas, Department of Art and Archaeology, SOAS, London University The Heirloom Painting in Early Modern Japan Yukio Lippit, Department of History of Art and Architecture, Harvard University Concluding Remarks Dora C. Y. Ching, Tang Center for East Asian Art, Princeton University The symposium will take place in the Arthur M. Wood '34 Auditorium, McCosh 10, just off of Washington Road. Registration will take place in the lobby of McCormick Hall. Registration: There is no registration fee, but advanced registration for the symposium is required. Seating is limited. To register by mail or fax, fill out the printable registration form (http://web.princeton.edu/sites/TangCenter/familymodel/regmap.pdf) and mail or fax to: Tara Zarillo Conference and Events Services 71 University Place Princeton University Princeton, New Jersey 08544 Fax 609.258.4656 Phone 609.258.6117 No registration by telephone! -- H-MUSEUM H-Net Network for Museums and Museum Studies E -Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org WWW: http://www.h-museum.net