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【兰州大学校庆系列讲座】历史文化学院讲座——Dr.Joy Lidu Yi

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Joy Lidu Yi, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Chinese Art and Archaeology
Department of Art + Art History
College of Communication, Architecture and The Arts
Florida International University
MM Campus, VH 216D
Miami, FL 33199
E-mail: lidyi@fiu.edu
Cell: 786-566-3661

    Joy YI(衣丽都)教授毕业于加拿大多伦多大学,获艺术史与东亚研究学博士学位。并获加拿大优秀博士论文奖。先后任加拿大多伦多大学任讲师,麦基尔大学任专任教授。现在美国迈阿密佛罗里达国际大学艺术史系任副教授,建筑与艺术学院终身教授。研究方向为中世纪佛教艺术与建筑。目前研究课题为佛教石窟考古艺术,重点研究石窟的宗教思想及其物质性与礼仪性。其专著《云冈:艺术,历史,考古与礼仪》利用考古发掘材料及文献资料重构中古中世纪云冈石窟的重要整体构成并探讨石窟佛教译经的宗教性,物质性与视觉性。对石窟不同区域及整体的礼仪功能与译经的视觉功能提出独到见解。Joy YI教授2018-19年研究项目集中在丝绸之路的佛教石窟,主要研究石窟的礼仪实践与寺院的物质性。代表作有《王庆松:无穷无尽》、《小泉癸巳男——纪念东京》《云冈余照——第三期窟研究》、《业力叙事告诉我们什么——对云冈第12窟的重新定义》、《山西省高平县大佛山摩崖石刻:“云冈模式”向南传播的重要证据》、《艺术、仪式和供养人:山西省一处不知名的石刻佛龛》、《邯郸成安县出土的北魏太和六年释迦三尊像》、《山西高平石堂会石窟》、《蒙古诺彦乌拉出土中国早期丝绸》等。

Dr. Joy Yi is a historian of Chinese art and architecture specializing in Chinese visual art and material culture. She earned both her M.A. and Ph.D. at the University of Toronto in Canada. Before joining the faculty of the College of Communications, Architecture and The Arts at FIU, she was the Gretta Chambers chair professor at McGill University.

Her research interests primarily focus on Buddhist rock-cut cave-chapel art, architecture and archaeology. Currently, she is particularly interested in the art, archaeology and liturgy of Buddhist sanctuaries of medieval China. Her latest book, Yungang: Art, History, Archaeology and Liturgy (Routledge), is a comprehensive examination of a fifth-century rock-cut cave-chapel complex, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and one of the greatest Buddhist monuments of all time, Yungang. It asks why, when and under what circumstances this impressive cave sanctuary was made, and who played significant roles at various stages. Her initial question was what Yungang was like in the fifth century and what were the important components of the entire complex.

Currently, she has two on-going research projects in China, one is the examination of the Binglingsi rock-cut cave monastery on the Silk Road, and the other studies the relatively unknown small caves in Shanxi Province. The former is the subject of the current book manuscript project.  Her project in 2018 and 2019 mainly on Buddhist cave chapels in Gansu province on the Silk Road.

https://www.amazon.com/Yungang-Art-History-Archaeology-Liturgy/dp/1138049905

兰州大学讲座题目:

  1.5月27日(星期日)下午  15:00—16:30
  题目:中国佛教艺术在北美的收藏与研究    
  内容简介:20世纪初期,中国文物被大量掠夺倒卖至国外,大都会、佛利尔博物馆等收藏有大批中国精美佛教艺术品,部分已被介绍到中国,但相当一分部资料在国内难以见到。讲座对这些博物馆收藏的佛教艺术品进行介绍。
  地点: 榆中校区
  对象:本科生

The collection and study of Chinese Buddhist art in North America

In the early 20th century, Chinese cultural relics have been plundered and resold abroad. Museums such as The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Ferrier Gallery of Art Museum collect a large collection of exquisite Chinese Buddhist works of art. Some of them have been introduced to China. However it is difficult to see mccoy. This lecture will mainly introduce the Buddhist works of art collected by these museums.

  2.5月28日(星期一)  上午9:00—11:00
  题目:佛教石窟译经的视觉性与礼仪功能的社会物质性 (佛教艺术的研究历史与方法论)
  内容简介:中古时期佛教石窟承担着译经、礼佛、佛教礼仪等方面的功能 ,这些都具有一定的视觉和社会物质性。进行这方面的研究是佛教石窟研究的深度研究,其研究方法需要深入的学习。
  地点:一分部衡山堂
  对象:历史文化学院研究生

The Vsuality and Social materiality of  ceremonial function of buddhist caves translations  (Literature Review and Methodology of Buddhist Art)

Buddhist grottoes in the Middle Ages assumed the functions of translation, pay respect for Buddha, Buddhist rituals, and so on. Which have definite visual and social materiality.This research is a deep study of Buddhist grottoes, and its research methods need to be studied in depth. The Buddhist grottoes in the medieval period bear the functions of translation, praying respect for Buddha and Buddhist ritual.

    3.5月28日(星期一)  下午 14:30—16:30
  题目:考古发掘新资料对云冈石窟不同区域功能的重新思考 
  内容简介: 云冈石窟窟前及窟顶建筑考古发掘始于20世纪中期,70年代以后又进行了一系列发掘, 这些新资料对于研究云冈石窟建筑空间内不同区域的功能提供了新的思考。
  地点:衡山堂
  对象:历史文化学院研究生

Rethinking new information of archaeological excavations on the different regional functions of The Yunang Grottoes

The front and roof caves architecture of The Yunang Grottoes archaeological excavations were began in the middle of the 20th century. A series of archaeological excavations have been carried out since the 1970s.These new information provide new thinking for the study of the different regional functions about the architectural space of The Yungang grottoes.

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