Departmental Events

2022 Visiting Scholars Roundtable

03.11 Roundtable_Poster

12:00 pm | 3/11/2022 | Hybrid Event: 308A Doe Library & Live on Zoom | Until 1:30 pm | 3/11/2022

Stephanie Su, Jordan Troeller, and Katrien C. Verbeke

This roundtable event brings together visiting scholars Stephanie Su, Jordan Troeller, and Katrien C. Verbeke, who are on campus at UC Berkeley during the 2022 Spring Semester, to discuss aspects of their current and ongoing research projects.

Stephanie Su is Assistant Professor of Asian Art at the University of
Colorado, Boulder. Her research interests include global modernism,
history of collecting and exhibition, historiography, the Sino-Japanese
relationship, and print culture. Her articles have appeared in The Art
Bulletin, Frontier of Literary Studies in China, and Kimono in Print: 300
Years of Japanese Design, among others. She is currently completing a
book manuscript tentatively titled Entangled Modernities: Constructing
East Asian Classicism in Early 20th Century Chinese and Japanese Art.

Jordan Troeller is an art historian of modern and contemporary art, and a
postdoctoral researcher at the Freie Universität Berlin. Her research
addresses the relationship between gender, representation, and
historiography across a range of media. Recent publications have
appeared in October, Womenʼs Art Journal, and Hyperallergic as well as
the exhibition catalogue Object Lessons: The Bauhaus and Harvard
(2021). She is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley,
Harvard University, and the Whitney Independent Study Program. While
in Berkeley for Spring Semester 2022, sheʼll be completing her book
manuscript on a group of artist-mothers gathered around Ruth Asawa in
postwar San Francisco. A description of the project, which was recently
awarded an Andy Warhol Arts Writers Grant, can be found here.

Katrien C. Verbeke obtained her M.A. in Art Studies and Archaeology at
the Vrije Universtiteit Brussel in Belgium with a thesis on the development
of Italian Landscape photography and Luigi Ghirriʼs specific role therein.
Currently, she is preparing a Ph.D. thesis at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel.
As a Visiting Research Student at UC Berkeley she is investigating
landscape photography of the US American West and its situation within
the history of environmental thought.

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