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HSAR 480 01 (11123) /EAST470
The Arts of Nomads in China, 900–1400
Youn-mi Kim
Th 2.30-4.30
Fall 2016 
Areas Hu
Permission of instructor required

Visual culture of the nomadic Kitans and Mongols, ranging from gold death masks and murals excavated from tombs to religious artworks that reflect hybrid and diverse religious practices. Arts produced during the empires founded by the Liao (907–1125) and Yuan (1279–1368) located in a broad transregional context, including their role in the cultural and political landscapes of East, Central, and South Asia from the tenth century to the fifteenth.