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Sheng-chih Lin
Sheng-chih Lin
Position: Associate Research Fellow
Tel: 02-26523154
Email: chih6100@asihp.net

* Academic Experience

Education:
Ph.D. Art History, Kyoto University, Japan, 2004


Current and Previous Positions:
2012.3- , Associate Research Fellow, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica
2019.3- , Chairperson of Anthropology Department, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica
2005.9-2012.3, Assistant Research Fellow, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica
2015.2- , Adjunct Associate Professor, Graduate Institute of Art History, National Taiwan University
2004.2-2015.1, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Graduate Institute of Art History, National Taiwan University

2013.7-2014.11, Editorial Board Member, Disquisitions on Past and Present
2014.8-2016.7, Secretary, Editorial and Publishing Office, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica
2016.10.13-2019.6.30, Director, Fu Ssu-nien Library, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica
2019.3- , Editorial Board Member, Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology Academia Sinica

* Academic Honors

2010, Award for Academic Research of Young Scholars, Academia Sinica
2012-2015, Outstanding Young Scholar Award, National Science Council

* Publications
 
Dissertation ▼
  1. “A Study of the Tomb Images in Northern and Southern Dynasties” (Ph.D. dissertation, Kyoto University, 2004).

 

Books ▼
  1. Images and Ornament: The Representation of Death in the Northern Dynasties, Taipei: National Taiwan University Press, 2019. (in Chinese)

 

Journal Articles ▼
  1. “Research on the Celestial images in Northern Dynasty China: Using the Yuanyi Tomb as an Example,” Studies in Aesthetics and Art History (Faculty of Letters, Kyoto University) 20(1999): 173-204. (in Japanese)
  2. “Research on the Daoist Icnography in the Ming Dyansty: Using ‘Pictures of the Dark Emperor's Auspicious Responses as an Example,” Taida Journal of Art History 6 (1999): 133-191. (in Chinese)
  3. “The images and Function of the Mortuary Furniture in Northern Dynasty: Using the Portraits of the Deceased and the Images of the Accounts of Filial Children as Examples,” Journal of the Japan Art History Society 154 (2003): 207-226. (in Japanese)
  4. “The Iconography of Taoist Salvation from Hell: A Thematic Re-Identification of Illustration of the Classic of the Yellow Court (Huangting Jing), ”Ars Buddhica 268 (2003): 93-118. (in Japanese)
  5. “The Ning Mao Stone House of the Northern Wei Dynasty: A Re-examination of Its Iconography and Finction,” Taida Journal of Art History 18 (2005): 1-74. (in Chinese)
  6. “The Iconography of Taoist Salvation from Hell: A Thematic Re-Identification of Illustration of the Classic of the Yellow Court (Huangting Jing),” Orientations 38.3 (2007): 66-68. (in English)
  7. “Tomb, Religion and Regional Workshops: A Study of the Buddhist Images in the Northern Wei Tombs,” Taida Journal of Art History 24 (2008): 1-66. (in Chinese)
  8. “Buddhist Art in China: The State of the Field(1998-2008): Principally the U.S.A. and Japan,” NCU Journal of Art Studies 6 (2010): 231-246. (in Chinese)
  9. “Stone Funerary Couches of the Late Northern Dynasties Period: Rethinking the Funerary Culture of the Sogdians in China,” The Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica 81.3 (2010): 513-596. (in Chinese)
  10. “Rethinking Chinese Art Historiography: The Changing meanings of“Art”and the Development of Studies of Architecture and Sculpture,” New History 23. 1 (2012): 159-202. (in Chinese)
  11. “A Study of the Northern Wei Dynasty Mural Tomb at Shaling,” The Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica 83.1 (2012): 1-95. (in Chinese)
  12. “A Study of Lamps in the Eastern Han Tombs and Possible Connections with Daoist Lamp Ritual,” The Study of Art History 14 (2012): 265-297. (in Chinese)
  13. “The Culture of Decoration During the Pingcheng Period of the Northern Wei Dynasty: A Discussion Arising from a Bronze Hu,” in the Collection of the National Palace Museum 33.1 (2015): 169-210. (in Chinese)
  14. Style, Workshops, and Meanings of Northern Wei Sarcophagi: A Case Study of a Set of Recently Reconstructed Stone Bed Panels,Taida Journal of Art History 39 (2015): 49-126. (in Chinese)
  15. “The Metamorphosis of the Eight Immortals: A Study of the Taoist Immortals by Kano Sansetsu (1590-1651) dated 1646 A.D.,” NCU Journal of Art Studies 18 (2016): 1-64. (in Chinese)
  16. “Transformation of Mortuary Cultures from the Wei-Jin Period to the Northern Wei Pingcheng Period: A Perspective Based on Images,” Taida Journal of Art History 41 (2016): 145-237. (in Chinese)
  17. Daoist Sculptures and Local Societies: Daoist Cliff Sculptures from Sui to Early Tang Dynasty in Sichuan ,” Medieval China Studies 1 (2017): 151-190. (in Chinese)
  18. “Traveling Immortal Islands: the Image Sources of Wen Boren's ‘Painting of the Fanghu’ in the Ming Dynasty,” The National Palace Museum Monthly of Chinese Art 425 (2018): 42-53. (in Chinese)
  19. Primary Translator of the Study Group on Xu Gao Seng Chuan, “Translation and Annotation of the Biography of Lenamanti, Chapter of Stimulate and Respond (I), Sequel to Biographies of Eminent Monks,” Disquisitions on the Past and Present 31 (2018): 135-144. (in Chinese)

 

Book Chapters ▼
  1. “A Survey of Taoist Priests and Rituals at the Temple for General Liu in Lu’gang,” in Guang-Hong Yu ed., Summer Anthropology Fieldwork Workshop in Lu’gang (Taipei: Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica, 1993), pp. 109-125. (in Chinese)
  2. “Research on the Tomb Images of the Aristocratic Families: A Case Study of the Cui Fen Tomb in Northern Qi Dynasty,” in Sofugawa Hiroshi ed., Iconography in Chinese Art (Kyoto: Institute of Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, 2006), pp. 27-95. (in Japanese)
  3. “A Study of the Spaces and Images in the tomb of Medieval China,” in Chuan-ying Yen ed., Series of New Chinese History: Art and Archaeology (Taipei: Linking Publishing co., 2010), pp. 143-202. (in Chinese)
  4. “Representations of Celestial Spheres in Medieval Chinese Tombs: A Comparative East Asian Approach,” in Wu Hung and Zheng Yan eds., Studies on Ancient Tomb Art, vol. 1 (Beijing: Cultural Relics Press, 2011), pp. 131-162. (in Chinese)
  5. “Cliff Sculptures in Sichuan during the High Tang: A Case Study of the Anyue Xuanmiao Monastery, ” in Paul R. Katz and Shu-fen Liu eds., Belief, Practice and Cultural Adaptation: Papers from the Religion Section of the International Conference on Sinology, vol. 1 (Taipei: Academia Sinica, 2013), pp. 309-361. (in Chinese)
  6. “Mortuary Furniture in the Pingcheng Period of the Northern Wei Dynasty,” in Wu Hung, Lao Zhu and Zheng Yan eds., Studies on Ancient Tomb Art, vol. 2 (Changsha: Hunan Fine Arts Publishing House, 2013), pp. 191-213. (in Chinese)
  7. “From Tomb Pillar-gate to Buddhist Monument: A Study of the Pingyang Fujun Pillar-gate in Mianyang, Sichuan,” in Shou-chien Shih and Chuan-ying Yen eds., The Transition of Art in Han-Jin and Tang-Song Period (Taipei: Rock Publishing International, 2014), pp. 127-167. (in Chinese)
  8. “Changes in the Images of Myoken Bosatsu,” in Shou-chien Shih and Chao-heng Liao eds., Shaping the Cultural Images of East Asia: Gaze, Medium and Actors (Taipei: Asian Culture Company, 2015), pp. 145-198. (in Chinese)
  9. “Rethinking Chinese Art Historiography,” in Tsuyoshi Yamazaki et al eds., Toward Updating the Concept of “Bijutsu” in Japan (Kanazawa: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Report, 2016), pp. 261-285. (in Japanese)
  10. “A Study of the Stone Funerary Couch of Kang Ye, Northern Zhou,” in Xin-Jiang Rong and Feng Luo eds., Sogdians in China: New Evidence in Archaeological Finds and Unearthed Texts, I (Beijing: Science Press, 2016), pp. 237-263. (in Chinese)
  11. “A Study of Lamps in the Eastern Han Tombs and Possible Connections with Daoist Lamp Ritual,” in Fudan University National Institute for Advanced Humanistic Studies ed., Images and Rituals: A Fusion of Chinese History of Ancient Religions and Chinese Art History (Beijing: Zhonghua Book Co., 2017), pp. 45-78. (in Chinese) (Originally published in The Study of Art History 14 (2012): 265-297.)
  12. 〈八仙的變身:狩野山雪《群仙圖襖》的相關問題〉,收入廖肇亨主編,《共相與殊相:東亞文化意象的轉接與異變》(臺北:中央研究院中國文哲研究所,2018),頁385-449。〔原刊於《藝術學研究》18 (2016):1-64〕(in Chinese)
  13. “Rethinking Religions and Mourtury Images in the Northern Wei Dynasty,” in Shing Müller, Thomas O. Höllmann, Sonja Filip eds., Early Medieval North China: Archaeological and Textual Evidence (Mainz: Harrassowitz, May 2019). (in Chinese)

 

Book Editor ▼
  1. Unpublished Manuscripts of Jing (the classics) Collections in the Fu Ssu-nien Library, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, Taipei, 2017. (in Chinese)
  2. Sheng-chih Lin ed., texts by Mann-Yuann Tang et al., Special Exhibition on Qun Bi Lou Collection, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, Taipei, 2018. (in Chinese)

 

Conference Papers ▼
  1. 〈明代道教圖像學研究:以《玄帝瑞應圖》為例〉,發表於「東方宗教學術研討會第十一屆年會」,臺北,1996年11月。
  2. 〈南京西善橋墓の《竹林七賢と榮啓期圖》再考〉,發表於「第五十回日本美學會全國大會」,日本:金澤美術工藝大學,1999年10月1日。
  3. “The Iconography of Daoist Salvation from Hell:Re-Identifying The Classic of Yellow Court (Huangting Jing) Handscroll Attributed to Liang Kai (ca.13th Century)” (paper presented at 52nd Annual Meeting of the Association of Asian Studies, San Diego, California, March 11, 2000).
  4. 〈北朝時代における石棺床の墓主肖像と孝子傳圖——喪禮の視點から——〉,發表於「第五十四回日本美術史學會全國大會」,日本:神戸大學,2001年5月25日。
  5. “Images and Identity in the Tombs of Medieval China: A Case Study of the Painted Murals in the Tomb of Cui Fen (A.D.551),” 發表於「第十五回國際美學會大會」,日本:東京神田外國語大學,2001年8月27日。
  6. 〈中國中古時期的墓葬空間與圖像〉,發表於中研院史語所「八十周年學術研討會—中國史新論」,臺北:中央研究院歷史語言研究所,2008年10月23日。
  7. 〈近十年中國佛教美術的研究動向(1998-2008)〉,發表於「藝術史論壇」第一次會議,中央大學藝術學研究所,2009年4月26日。
  8. 〈四川成都石佛寺佛道造像考〉,發表於「第五屆國際道教學術研討會」,湖北武當山,2009年6月21日。
  9. 〈中國中古時期墓葬中的天界表象——東亞的比較視野〉,發表於北京中央美術學院與芝加哥大學東亞藝術研究中心主辦,「中國古代墓葬美術研究國際學術會議」,北京:中央美術學院,2009年9月10日。
  10. 〈關於北魏石棺床圖像與功能的再思〉,發表於芝加哥大學東亞藝術研究中心、北京大學視覺與圖像研究中心、中央美術學院人文學院主辦,「第二屆古代墓葬美術研究國際學術會議」,北京:芝加哥大學北京中心,2011年9月10日。
  11. 〈東漢墓葬中的燈具——兼論與道教燈儀的可能關聯〉,發表於復旦大學文史研究院主辦,「圖像與儀式:中國古代宗教史與藝術史的融合」,上海:復旦大學文史研究院,2011年12月3日。
  12. 〈盛唐四川地區的道教摩崖造像:以安岳玄妙觀為主的考察〉,發表於中央研究院主辦,「第四屆國際漢學會議」,臺北:中央研究院歷史語言研究所,2012年6月21日。
  13. 〈四川綿陽平楊府君闕研究〉,發表於中央研究院歷史語言研究所主辦,「藝術史中的漢晉與唐宋轉折」國際學術研討會,臺北:中央研究院歷史語言研究所,2012年6月25日。
  14. 〈妙見菩薩圖像的變遷〉,發表於中央研究院主題計畫,「東亞文化意象之形塑(二)——第十一至十八世紀中日韓三地的文藝互動」主辦,「東亞文化意象之形塑——觀看、媒介、行動者」國際學術研討會,臺北:臺灣大學應用力學館1F國際會議廳,2012年9月7日。
  15. 〈北周康業墓圍屏石棺床研究〉,發表於寧夏文物考古研究所與北京大學中國古代史研究中心主辦,「第二屆絲綢之路國際學術研討會“粟特人在中國:考古發現與出土文獻的新印證”」,寧夏:銀川,2014年8月13日。
  16. 〈道教造像與地域社會:四川綿陽隋至初唐的道教摩崖造像〉,發表於復旦大學歷史系主辦,「重繪中古中國的時代格:知識、信仰與社會的交互視角」國際學術研討會,上海:復旦大學歷史學系,2014年11月8日。
  17. 〈八仙的變身:狩野山雪〈群仙圖襖〉的相關問題〉,發表於「『共相與殊相:十八世紀前東亞文化意象的匯聚、流傳與變異』國際研討會」,臺北:中央研究院歷史語言研究所,2015年9月3日。
  18. 〈反思北魏的墓葬與宗教〉,發表於慕尼黑大學東方研究所漢學系(The Institute of Sinology of the Ludwig-Maxmilians-University of Munich)主辦,「4至7世紀中國北部的多樣文化」(Culture and Cultural Diversity in Early Medieval China (4th-7th Century))國際學術研討會,德國:慕尼黑,2017年1月12日。
  19. 〈京狩野與江戶儒者〉,發表於中央研究院主題計畫「使節.海商.僧侶:明清東亞文化意象形塑過程的中介者」主辦,「使節.海商.僧侶:近世東亞文化意象傳衍過程的中介者國際研討會」,臺北:中央研究院人文社會科學館,2018年8月31日。

 

Other Writings ▼
  1. 〈中亞、西亞藝術與東西文化交流——記田邊勝美教授講座〉,《故宮文物月刊》23.2 (2005):82-88。
  2. 〈拓跋鮮卑的圖像啟蒙〉,《中央研究院週報》(知識天地)1606 (2017.3.16):4-6。
  3. 〈序〉,收入林聖智主編之《羣碧樓藏書特展》(臺北:中央研究院歷史語言研究所,2018)。

 

Compilation ▼
  1. 〈魏.晉.南北朝の墓葬と圖像〉資料圖表,收入曾布川寛、岡田健編集,《世界美術大全集東洋編第三巻三國.南北朝》(東京:小學館,2000),頁468-471。

 

Book Reviews ▼
  1. Review of Zheng Yan, A Study of the Tomb Mural Paintings in the Wei-Jin, Northern and Southern Dynasties, Beijing: Cultural Relics Publishing House, 2002, 301 pp , New History 16.1 (2005): 171-181. (in Chinese)
  2. Review of John Kieschnick, The Impact of Buddhism on Chinese Material Culture, Princeton: Princeton University, 2003, 343 pp, New History 7.4 (2006): 283-288. (in Chinese)

 

Translation ▼
  1. 石川欽一郎,〈初冬漫步〉,收入顏娟英譯著,《風景心境——臺灣近代美術文獻導讀》(臺北:雄獅圖書股份有限公司,2001),上冊,頁36-39。
  2. 古原宏伸,〈《畫史》集註(五)第一百一條─第一百六十條〉,《美術史研究集刊》16 (2004):79-306。
  3. 古原宏伸,〈《畫史》集註(六)第一六一條─第一百七十條〉,《美術史研究集刊》17 (2004):53-159。
  4. 古原宏伸,〈《畫史》集註(七)第一七一條─第一百八十條〉,《美術史研究集刊》18 (2005):75-154。
  5. 林巳奈夫,〈太陽之德〉,《美術史研究集刊》20 (2006):1-10。

 

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