KATE A. LINGLEY
Department of Art and Art History
University of Hawai’i at Mānoa
medieval Chinese art history. Dissertation title: « Widows, Monks, Magistrates and Concubines: Social
Dimensions of 6th-Century Buddhist Art Patronage. » Advisor: Wu Hung.
to face with a Buddha: Dunhuang Cave 390. » Advisor: Wu Hung.
Radcliffe College, Cambridge, MA. B.A. thesis: « Between history and archaeology: A Han architectural site in
Xi’an. » Advisor: Kwang-chih Chang.
Hawai’i at Mānoa
with the program in Chinese Archaeology (course release postponed to 2008)
for research seminar, « Identity and Action in Chinese Culture, » March 14, 2007. With Shana
Art Institute of Chicago (see Conferences/Presentations).
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Excelling the Work of Heaven: Personal Adornment from China. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Art Gallery, 2007.
Articles: Peer-reviewed journals
Southwest Chinese Minorities. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Art Gallery, 2008 (forthcoming).
Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, Center 24 (Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art,
2004), pp. 118-121.
zaoxiang yangshi yu fengge (Ancient Chinese Buddhist Sculpture: Form and Style of Buddha-images)
(Beijing: Wenwu Press, 2002).
Archaeology in a Transformative Period (Beijing: Wenwu Press, 2000).
Conferences and conference panels
and Community Building in Medieval China. » Kate Lingley, organizer; Albert Dien, chair; Scott
Chinese Culture, » March 14, 2007. Organizers: Kate Lingley and Shana Brown.
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Hierarchy of Patronage in an Eastern Wei Yi-society » For panel: « Patronage and Community
Building in Medieval China » (see above).
Other: Representing cultural identity on the Silk Road. » For panel « Theorizing Cross-Cultural
Interaction Among the Ancient and Early Medieval Mediterranean, Near East, and Asia, » Matthew P.
Canepa, chair and organizer.
Identities: Portraiture and Self-Representation in Sixth-Century Chinese Art. »
Turkic: Gender and Ethnic Costume at the Founding of Tang. » For panel « Art, History, and Asia:
Challenging Established Canons, » Mary-Louise Totton, chair and organizer.
Donor: Zhang Yuanfei and Patterns of Northern Qi Art Patronage. » For panel « The Northern Qi
Dynasty — A Reassessment, » Albert Dien, chair.
October 28-December 14, 2007. Co-curator with Lisa Yoshihara, Gallery Director.
Cernuschi, Paris, France, May 22, 2008: « Representing Cultural Identity along the Silk Road. »
Other: Domesticating the Exotic in Early Medieval China. »
weekly sessions on the history of Chinese art for Academy docents.
Chinese Personal Adornment at the University of Hawaii Art Gallery. »
The Silk Road and Influences from Central Asia. »
March 14, 2007: « Public Identities: Portraiture and Self-Representation in Sixth-Century Buddhist
Early Globalization and Chinese Cultural Identity, » Asian Studies Development Program (University
of Hawai’i at Manoa and East-West Center), July 19, 2006.
Ethnic Costume at the Founding of the Tang. »
Identity in Premodern China. »
« Problems of Ethnicity in the Chinese Past. »
2005. « Correlations between Gender and Ethnic Costume in 6th Century Buddhist Imagery. »
« On the patronage of Buddhist sculptures from Qingzhou. » Given in conjunction with the
exhibition « Return of the Buddha: The Qingzhou Discoveries. »