Rosaline Kyo


Rosaline is a PhD candidate specializing in 20th century Chinese and Tibetan art. Her dissertation focuses on visual cultures and the codification of body standards and behavior as it pertains to the process of nation building in 20th century China. She examines specific visual propaganda projects and their intersection with contemporaneous political campaigns and practices of image production. She has conducted research for extended periods of time in Nepal, China and the Tibetan Autonomous Region with support from the History of Art Department and the Institution of East Asian Studies.