Lecturer, Art History Theory and Criticism. I recently graduated from the University of Chicago with a Ph.D. in Art History (2022). My dissertation, entitled "The City’s Pleasures: Urban and Visual Culture of Garden Spaces in Shanghai, 1850s-1930s," explores the dynamic interactions of the city's urban expansion, garden spaces, and visual culture during a critical century in modern Chinese history. I am a historian of modern Chinese art and architecture, with a focus on the interplay of spatial practices and visual culture within transcultural contexts from the eighteenth to twentieth centuries.
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