[KS] Views from Sunflower Terrace: Celebrations in Honor of Marsha Haufler

Jongmin Paek koreanstudies10 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 12 18:28:48 EDT 2017

Dear All,

I am posting the following information for Lisa Cloar from the University
of Kansas:

*Views from Sunflower Terrace: Celebrations in Honor of Marsha Haufler*

October 17-22, 2017

Spencer Museum of Art | The University of Kansas

1301 Mississippi St.

Lawrence, KS 66045

Contact us at: marshasymposium at gmail.com


Murphy Distinguished Alumni Lecture by Professor An-yi Pan, Cornell
(One of Marsha's First Ph.D. Students)

*Thursday, October 19, 2017 5:15-6:15 p.m.*

Keynote Lecture by Professor Patricia Berger, University of California,

*Friday, October 20, 2017 5:15-6:15 p.m.*

Views from Sunflower Terrace: Symposium in Honor of Marsha Haufler

*Saturday, October 21, 2017*

Reunion Dinner

*Saturday, October 21, 2017 6:00-9:00 p.m.*

Buddhist Art in the Collection of the Spencer Museum of Art: In Honor of
Marsha Haufler
and *Latter Days of the Law: Images of Chinese Buddhism 850-1850*,
Spencer Museum of Art

*October 17-22, 2017*

These events celebrate Marsha Haufler on the occasion of her
retirement. Prior to her arrival at the University of Kansas, Professor
Haufler was already at the forefront of Chinese art historical research;
she co-curated pioneering exhibitions focusing on women artists, *Views
from Jade Terrace: Chinese Women Artists, 1300-1912* and *Flowering in the
Shadows: Women in the History of Chinese and Japanese Painting.* During her
twenty-six distinguished years at the University of Kansas, Professor
Haufler has contributed advanced pedagogy, scholarly research,
publications, and exhibitions of Chinese art. Upon her arrival, Professor
Haufler brought to the university the acclaimed exhibition *Latter Days of
the Law: Images of Chinese Buddhism, 850-1850* and the accompanying
international symposium. As the editor and a contributor of *Cultural
Intersections in Later Chinese Buddhism,* she has greatly advanced the
study of Chinese Buddhist art. To embrace the greater area of Asian art
studies, Professor Haufler played an instrumental role in launching the
Korean art studies program and helped establish a tenure-track teaching
position at the university. In addition, Professor Haufler steered programs
and activities at the Center for East Asian Studies while serving as
Director, and as Associate Dean for the Center for Global and International
Studies in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Among her outstanding
external contributions, Professor Haufler served as the editor of the
journal *Archives of Asian Art*.

*Jongmin Paek*
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