Allison R. Miller

Associate Professor of Art History Allison Miller discussed her forthcoming book, Kingly Splendor: Court Art and Materiality in Han China, on a panel titled “The Problem of Objects and Material Culture” at the (virtual) conference, Envisioning East Asian Art History: 20 Books in 2020, hosted by the Society for the Promotion of International English-Language Scholarship on East Asian Art History on July 31. A recording of the conference and other information about the featured books can be found here.

—July 2020

Associate Professor of Art History Allison Miller gave an invited lecture titled “Terracotta Warriors after the First Emperor: Re-Evaluating the Qin Legacy in the Han” on January 17, 2020, at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. The talk was the last of three talks Miller gave this academic year as a 2019–2020 Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) program lecturer.

—January 2020

Associate Professor of Art History Allison Miller delivered two invited lectures titled “Terracotta Warriors after the First Emperor: Re-Evaluating the Qin Legacy in the Han” on November 6 and 7 at Valparaiso University, in Valparaiso, IN, and at DePaul University, in Chicago, IL. These talks were sponsored by the Valparaiso and Chicago chapters of the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA). Miller is a 2019–2020 AIA program lecturer.

—November 2019

Associate Professor of Art History Allison Miller gave an invited lecture titled “Terracotta Warriors after the First Emperor: Re-Evaluating the Qin Legacy in the Han” on May 5 at the Greenburgh Public Library in Elmsford, NY. The lecture was sponsored by the Westchester Society of the Archaeological Institute of America and the New York University Alumni Club of Westchester.

—May 2019

Associate Professor of Art History Allison Miller presented the paper “Sculpting an All-Inclusive Empire: The Hybrid Style of Han Dynasty Luxury Bronzes” at the Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting in Denver, CO, March 24. Her paper was presented as part of a panel titled “Empire Rediscovered: The Concept of Empire in Late Pre-Imperial and Early Imperial Archaeological and Transmitted Sources.”

—March 2019