Panel Discussion | In Good Taste: Food and Feasting in Chinese Art

Title

Panel Discussion | In Good Taste: Food and Feasting in Chinese Art

Date
Saturday, October 19, 2019
Time
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Location
McCormick 101

Inspired by the exhibition The Eternal Feast: Banqueting in Chinese Art from the 10th to the 14th Century, this interdisciplinary panel explores feasting and food from a range of perspectives.

Speakers:

Zoe S. Kwok, assistant curator of Asian art and exhibition curator, Princeton University Art Museum 
“The Art of the Feast”

Jeehee Hong, professor of East Asian Art History, McGill University
“Feasting at the Threshold”

François Louis, professor of Asian Art History, Bard Graduate Center
“Otherworldly Wine Cups of the Tang Dynasty”

Joanna Waley-Cohen, professor of Chinese History, NYU
“Serving the Empire: Food and the Qing Imperial Project” 

​​​​​​​Anne Cheng, professor of English and American Studies, Princeton University​​​​​​​
“Wedding Banquets: The Invitation and Coercion of Belonging”

 

For more information see:

https://tang.princeton.edu/colloquia/panel-discussion/good-taste

A reception in the Museum will follow.

Organized by the Princeton University Art Museum and the Tang Center for East Asian Art. Cosponsored by the East Asian Studies Program.