TEAC 2013

Triangle East Asia Colloquium (TEAC) was established in 1972 to promote dialogue and collaboration between East Asian studies faculty at the three major research universities in the Triangle Area-Duke University, North Carolina State University, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. TEAC has since expanded to include East Asian specialists and other interested scholars from across North Carolina and the Southeast.

Faculty at the three Triangle universities take turns in organizing the TEAC annual conference. Financial support is provided by the three founding universities and by the Department of Education Title VI grant. The Asian/Pacific Studies Institute provides administrative support for TEAC.

Spring 2013 conference will be hosted at UNC-Chapel Hill April 12-13, Ackland Museum of Art 

Art about Art in East Asia


April 12 (Friday)

1:00-4:30 pm Speakers arrive
5:00-6:00 pm Reception at the Ackland Museum of Art
6:00-8:00 pm Keynote Speech
Jerome Silbergeld, Princeton University Mixing Media, Chinese Painting and Architecture: Problems in Methodology

April 13 (Saturday)

8:30-8:40 am Welcome Li-ling Hsiao, UNC-Chapel Hill
8:40-9:00 am Introduction: Art about Art in East Asia Wei-Cheng Lin, UNC-Chapel Hill
Session I Chinese Art about Art
9:00-10:00 am Li-ling Hsiao, UNC-Chapel Hill Visualizing Music: Min Qiji’s “Picture of Yingying Listening to Zither” for Xixiang Ji
10:00-10:15 am Coffee break
10:15-11:15 am Lillian Lan-ying Tseng, New York University Vases for Cut Flowers: Mediums and Visual Culture in Late Imperial China
11:15-12:00 pm Discussion Stanley Abe, Duke University
12:00-1:00 pm Lunch
Session II Japanese Art about Art
1:00-2:00 pm Hans Thomsen, University of Zürich Listening to China: Paintings on Music in Early Modern Japan
2:00-3:00 pm Chelsea Foxwell, University of Chicago The Place of (Japanese) Art in an International Age: Picturing Pictures in the Silent Film The Dragon Painter (1919)
3:00-3:15 pm Coffee break
3:15-4:00 pm Discussion Gennifer Weisenfeld, Duke University
Session III Korean Art about Art
4:00-5:00 pm Sunglim Kim, Dartmouth College Chaekgeori: Multi-Dimensional Messages in Late Joseon Korea
5:00-5:30 pm Discussion Jerome Silbergeld, Princeton University

UNC Faculty Hosts: Dr. Wei-Cheng Lin and Dr. Li-ling Hsiao. Please contact for more information on the colloquium.

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