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Prof. Pang teaches East Asian art history and curatorial practice at the Department of Visual Studies, Lingnan University. She holds two PhD degrees in Art History, from Stanford University and Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing. Before coming to Lingnan University, she was an Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow at the Art Institute of Chicago, and taught at the University of Iowa as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Asian Art. In addition to participating in major international symposiums, she has been invited to present her findings at leading universities with in Northern America, Europe, and Asia.
A naturalized US citizen with multi-continental education from Taiwan (BA and MA), China (PhD), and US (PhD and postdocs), Pang’s research was supported by Smithsonian Institution Postdoctoral Fellowship, Humanities Center Geballe Fellowship, and Andrew W. Mellon Fellowships. Her articles appear in more than two dozen peer-reviewed journals, indexed in AHCI (e.g. Artibus Asiae, Journal of Song-Yuan Studies, and Journal of the American Oriental Society) and CSSCI (e.g. Cultural Relics, Palace Museum Journal). Her first book (“Southern Song Painting Academy: Its Organization and Post-1279 Historiographical Reconstruction”) was published by Beijing University Press in 2018. Currently, she is completing her second book on the Ming-dynasty Imperial Art Collecting Culture. Her research interests include 6th-18th century Chinese imperial court culture, institutional history, climate change, and landscape paintings.
Transnational trade in maritime Asia, Sino-Japanese diplomacy, art and politics in imperial China, connoisseurship of Chinese painting and calligraphy, eco-art history, and nomadic culture along the silk roads.
Research output: Journal Publications › Journal Article (refereed)
Research output: Other contribution › Thesis/Dissertation