Ceramics and Modernity in Japan

Division Head and Assistant Professor Meghen Jones recently co-edited with Louise Allison Cort and wrote two chapters for the book Ceramics and Modernity in Japan. New in the Routledge Research in Art History series, it features essays from scholars based in the UK, Japan, Korea, Ireland, Germany, and the US. Together, they offer a set of critical perspectives on ceramics discourse during Japan's most dramatic period of modernization, the 1860s to 1960s The Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures hosted the initial workshop on the subject, and SISJAC and the Kyoto Ceramic Art Association provided publication subventions. It is available as a hardback, eBook, and rent

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