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January 13, 2020

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...

January 31, 2017

Assistant Professor of Art History Meghen Jones received a Japanese Studies Fellowship from the Japan Foundation for the spring and summer of 2017. The fellowship, according to the Japan Foundation’s web site “provides preeminent foreign scholars and researchers in the field of Japanese Studies with opportunities to conduct research in Japan with the aim of supporting them and promoting Japanese St...

December 5, 2016

On November 17, 2016, graduate students and undergraduates in the ARTH 400/500 Ceramic Art, Craft and Design: Global Flows seminar, led by Assistant Professor of Art History Meghen Jones, travelled to the Johnson Museum of Cornell University to see exhibitions and study ceramics from the museum's renowned collection. Objects ranged from Song dynasty tea bowls to a platter painted by Pablo Picasso....

October 13, 2016

Fourteen students in Professor Meghen Jones’s Spring 2016 B block course ARTH 140 Encountering Japan: Art, Aesthetics, and Society travelled to Japan in May for a ten day immersion in Japanese culture. There, the group joined Professor Bruce Rosenthal and four students in his MGMT 300/MBA 600 course Encountering Japan: Business and Society. This year’s program was the second in two years for Alfred...

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