010094 VO Introducing East Asian Religious Arts (2019W)
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Due to Covid-19 and remote learning, essays can be submitted until June 30.
Aims, contents and method of the course
Assessment and permitted materials
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
Ability to orientate oneself in scholarly literature on the topic and to sum up discussions on the subject.
Basic knowledge of requirements for designing and conducting research in this field of study.
H. Brinker and H. Kanazawa,Zen Masters of Meditation in Images and Writings(Zurich, 1996)
C. G. Kanda:Shinzô: Hachiman Imagery and its Development (Cambridge, MA, 1985)
Clunas, Craig, Art in China. Oxford History of Art (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press 1997)
Grayson, James. Korea: A Religious History (London and New York: RoutledgeCurzon, 2000)
Kim Wonyong. Art and Archaeology of Ancient Korea (Taekwang publishing, 1986).
Mecsi, Beatrix, An Introduction to Korean Art. In: Mecsi, Beatrix and Fajcsák, Györgyi (eds.), Land of the Morning Calm. Korean Art in the 18-19th centuries (Budapest: Ferenc Hopp Museum of Eastern Asiatic Art, 2012), pp. 38-55
Mecsi, Beatrix, Bodhidharma in China, Korea and Japan: Models for Representations and Commercialization of the Legendary Founder of Chan Buddhism in East Asia. In: Rui Oliveira Lopes (ed.), FACE TO FACE, Global Art Monograph Series (University of Lisbon, 2014), pp.170-200
Pak Youngsook and Whitfield, Roderick, Buddhist Sculpture. Handbook of Korean Art (Ye-Gyeong Pub Co. 2002)
Smith, Judith (ed.). The Arts of Korea (New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1998)
Whitfield, Roderick (ed.). Treasures from Korea: art through 5000 years (London: British Museum Publications, 1984)