主講人：Prof. James Cahill （加州大學柏克萊分校榮譽教授）
講 題：A Pure and Remote View: Digitizing a History of Chinese Landscape
地 點：臺大文學院 一樓 演講廳
主講人：Prof. Donald F. McCallum （加州大學洛杉磯分校藝術史系教授）
講 題：The Four Great Temples of Seventh-Century Japan
地 點：臺大文學院 一樓 演講廳
The Four Great Temples : Buddhist Art, Archaeology, and Icons of Seventh-Century Japan by Donald F. McCallum
2009.9.4＆9.7---Prof. Donald F. McCallum（加州大學洛杉磯分校 （UCLA）藝術史系教授） 演講公告
時間：9月4日 (星期五) 下午15:00-17:00
講題：The Four Great Temples of Seventh-Century Japan
(詳情請洽台灣大學藝術史研究所：+886 (02) 3366-4220, firstname.lastname@example.org)
講題：Self and Family Identity in Taisho Painting: Yorozu Tetsugoro, Koide Narashige, and Kishida Ryusei
Zenkoji and Its Icon: A Study in Medieval Japanese Religious Art, Princeton University Press, 1994
This is a fascinating book about a neglected theme of Buddhist history in Japan, indeed in East Asia at large. . . . Scholars of religion and in any field of Asian studies will enjoy reading a novel study which is underpinned by thorough investigations in Japan, the most erudite scholarship, and excellent illustrations and maps.
One of the most significant traditions of image-making in medieval Japanese Buddhist art is based on a large group of gilt-bronze icons representing the Buddha Amida and his two attendant Bodhisattvas. The prototype, a secret image enshrined at Zenkoji in Nagano Prefecture, served as the basis both for numerous replications found in temples throughout Japan and for a highly developed cult that promised believers various rewards, including release from the terrors of hell and ultimate salvation in the western paradise of Amida. Donald McCallum takes a broad, multidisciplinary approach to relating this icon tradition to broader currents in Japanese political, social and religious history. Rather than reifying the icons as objects of art designed for aesthetic contemplation, the book focuses on the real issues that motivated their production. McCallum devotes particular attention to examining how worshipers conceived of the Zenkoji icon, which was believed by many to be actually alive.
- Hardcover: 352 pages
- Publisher: Princeton University Press (July 5, 1994)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0691032033
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