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Louise Cort | Debra Diamond | Massumeh Farhad | Lee Glazer | Mary Slusser | James Ulak | Tom Vick | Yiyou Wang | J. Keith Wilson | Ann Yonemura

Louise Cort

“A Conversation with Fukami Sueharu,” with Alice and Halsey North. Andreas Marks, Fukami: Purity of Form. 40-51. (2011).

“Harry Packard’s Japanese Pots.” Impressions 32: 114–127. (2011).

 “Creating Chigusa.” Impressions, vol. 32. 134–143. (2011).

 “Where did the Oy of Baan Choumphouy get their pot-making from?” with Leedom Lefferts.Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Lao Studies, Ed. K. L. Adams and T. J. Hudiak. Tempe AZ: Arizona State University, 165-181. (2010).

Gods of Angkor: Bronzes from the National Museum of Cambodia. Ed. with Paul Jett. Washington, D.C.: Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery. (2010).

"Collecting Against the Grain: Unexpected Japanese Ceramics in the Collection of the Walters Art Museum." Journal of the Walters Art Museum. 64/65. (2009).

"A Tosa Potter Looks at Kyoto Ceramics." Research Report of the Otemae Research Center of History. 7. (2009).

"Mrs. Gardner's 'Set of Tea-Things': A Vehicle for Friendship, Power, and Aesthetic Instruction." Journeys East: Isabella Stewart Gardner and Asia. Ed. Alan Chong and Noriko Murai. Boston: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. (2009).

"A Chinese Green Jar in Japan: Source of a New Color Aesthetic in the Momoyama Period." Impressions (Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America). 30. (2009).

See also in Japanese language: Nihon Bijutsu Forum 21, vol. 20. (2009).

"Gender and ethnicity in contemporary village-based ceramics production in Thailand" with Leedom Lefferts. Humanity and Ceramics: From Past to Present. Ed. Korakot Boonlop. Bangkok: Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Anthropology Research Centre. (2008).

"Water and Fire—Farming and Ceramics—on Phnom Kulen: Putting People into Angkor" with Leedom Lefferts. Interpreting Southeast Asia's Past: Monument, Image and Text. Ed. E.A. Bacus, I.C. Glover, and P.D. Sharrock. Singapore: National University of Singapore Press. (2008).

"Women in the Realm of Clay." In Soaring Voices—Contemporary Japanese Women Ceramic Artists. Shigaraki, Japan: Togei no Mori. (2007).

"A Kenzan Incense Burner." Studio Potter. 35.2. (2007).

"Disposable but Indispensable: The Earthenware Vessel as Vehicle of Meaning in Japan." What's the Use of Art? Asian Visual and Material Culture in Context. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press. (2007).

"Freer and Tea: One Hundred Years of The Book of Tea"; "Parades, Trails and Still Lifes Composed by Gwyn Hanssen Pigott"; "Introduction to the Collections" with Jan Stuart; "The Peacock Room" with Jan Stuart; "Japanese and Korean Ceramics"; "Southeast Asian Ceramics." Arts of Asia. 36.1. (2006).

"Not Primitive, Certainly Not Simple: Women's Earthenware Production in Mainland Southeast Asia." Journal of the Asian Arts Society of Australia. 14.4. (2005).

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Debra Diamond

Garden and Cosmos: Royal Painting of Jodhpur. Washington, D.C.: Arthur M. Sackler Gallery. (2008).

"Facing East: Portraits from the Freer and Sackler Galleries"; "South Asian Art"; "Bridging Past and Present: Contemporary Art in the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery." Arts of Asia 36:1. (2006)

"By the Grace of Jalandranath: Politics and Painting in Jodhpur." Holy Madness: Portraits of Tantric Masters. New York: Rubin Museum of Art. (2006).

"The Cartography of Power." Arts of Mughal India: Studies in Honour of Robert Skelton. India: Mapin Publishing. (2004).

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Massumeh Farhad

Falnama: The Book of Omens with Serpil Bağcı. Washington, D.C.: Freer Gallery of Art, Arthur M. Sackler Gallery. (2009).

"Ancient Worlds"; "Biblical Manuscripts"; "Islamic Art." Ideals of Beauty: Asian and American Art in the Freer and Sackler Galleries. New York: Thames and Hudson. (2009).

"Isfahan XI. School of Painting and Calligraphy." Encyclopaedia Iranica. 13. 2007. 40–43.

"Arts of the Islamic World." Arts of Asia. 36:1 (2006). 118–23.

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Lee Glazer

"American Art." Ideals of Beauty: Asian and American Art in the Freer and Sackler Galleries. New York: Thames and Hudson. (2009).

"Thomas Wilmer Dewing: The Song." Art at Colby: Celebrating the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Colby College Museum of Art. Waterville, Maine: Colby College. (2009).

James McNeill Whistler in Context: Essays from the Whistler Centenary Symposium, University of Glasgow. Freer Gallery of Art Occasional Papers, New Series. 2. Ed. Lee Glazer, Margaret F. MacDonald, Linda Merrill, and Nigel Thorp. Washington, D.C.: Freer Gallery of Art. (2008).

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MARY SLUSSER

The Antiquity of Nepalese Wood Carving: A Reassessment. Seattle and London: University of Washington Press in association with the Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C. (2010).

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James Ulak

"Robert O. Muller: The Practical Romantic." Beautiful Shin-hanga-Revitalization of Ukiyo-e. Tokyo: Edo Tokyo Museum of Art. (2009).

"The Alchemy of Selection: Lee and the Japanese Collection." Orientations. June 2009: 41–47.

"A Decade of Remarkable Growth: Acquisitions by the Freer and Sackler Galleries." Apollo: The International Magazine for Collectors. November 2007.

"Battling Blocks: Representations of the War in Woodblock Art." The Russo-Japanese War in the Global Perspective: World War Zero Volume I. Boston: Brill Publishing, 2005. 385–94.

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TOM VICK

"Washington, Pusan, Rotterdam, Udine and Back: Programming East Asian Films for American Audiences." Film Festival Yearbook 3: Film Festivals and East Asia. St. Andrews Film Studies. (2011).

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Yiyou Wang

“C. T. Loo and the Chinese Art Collection at the Freer, 1915-1951.” Arts of Asia. 104-116. (2011).

Chinese Abstract Slow Art. Eindhoven, Netherlands: Lecturis, 2011.

"The Early-Twentieth-Century 'Discovery' of the Xiangtangshan Caves," with J. Keith Wilson. In Echoes of the Past: The Buddhist Cave Temples of Xiangtangshan, edited by Katherine R. Tsiang, et al., 104–129. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2010.

Catalogue entry, Chronology, and Glossary. In Pilgrimage and Buddhist Art, 94–95, 180–89. New York: Asia Society and Yale University Press, 2010.

Chronology. In The Third Mind: American Artists Contemplate Asia, 1860 to 1989, 378–97. New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 2009.

"Seven Sages of the Bamboo Grove in Japan and Beyond." In Yang Fudong: Seven Intellectuals in a Bamboo Forest/Seven Sages of the Bamboo Grove, 28–33. New York: Asia Society Museum, 2009.

"Many Journeys." Asia Society News and Events (Summer 2009): 5.

"The International Art Dealer C.T. Loo and the History of Collecting Chinese Art in America." In Proceedings of the World Chinese Collectors Convention, 116–35. Shanghai: World Chinese Collectors Convention, 2008.

"Art Dealers, the Rockefellers and the Network of Chinese Art in America." The Rockefeller Archive Center Research Report (April 2008).

The 2004 Shanghai Biennale: Techniques of the Visible. Shanghai: Shanghai Painting and Calligraphy Press, 2004.


J. Keith Wilson

"Chinese Art Now at the Freer and Sackler." Arts of Asia, vol 41, no. 5. 100 - 103. (2011).

"Then and Now: Displaying Chinese Art at the Freer Gallery," Arts of Asia, vol 41, no. 5. 135 - 147. (2011).

"The Early-Twentieth-Century 'Discovery' of the Xiangtangshan Caves," with Daisy Yiyou Wang. Echoes of the Past: The Buddhist Cave Temples of Xiangtangshan, Katherine R. Tsiang, et al., ed.  Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 104 - 129. (2010).

Echoes of the Past: The Buddhist Cave Temples of Xiangtangshan with Katherine R. Tsiang, Richard A. Born, ed. Chicago: University of Chicago Press (2010).

"Dating the Belitung Shipwreck," with Michael Flecker. Shipwrecked: Tang Treasures and Monsoon Winds. Washington, DC: Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution. 35-37.
(2010).
 
Shipwrecked: Tang Treasures and Monsoon Winds, with Regina Krahl, John Guy, and Julian Raby, ed. Washington, DC: Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution. (2010).

"Korean Art Exhibitions in the U.S." Exhibiting Korean Art. Seoul: National Museum of Korea. (2007).

"The Architectural Context." Japan Goes to the World's Fairs: Japanese Art at the Great Expositions in the Europe and the United States, 18671904. Ed. J. Keith Wilson. Tokyo: Bijutsu Shuppan Design Center Co., Ltd. (2005).

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Ann Yonemura

"Bukan, Kanzan, and Jittoku." Awakenings: Zen Figure Painting in Medieval Japan. Ed. Gregory Levine and Yukio Lippit. New York: Japan Society. (2007).

Hokusai. 2 vols. Washington, D.C.: Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery. (2006).

"The Arthur M. Sackler Gallery—Changing Directions"; "Hokusai"; "Japanese Art." Arts of Asia 36:1. (2006).

"The Ukiyo-e Society of America: Approaching Thirty-Five," with Julia Meech. Impressions (Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America). 27. (2006).

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