Dr. De-nin D. Lee, Keynote Speaker of the Cleveland Symposium, to Deliver Her Address on September 16

We are delighted to announce the keynote speaker of the Cleveland Symposium, Dr. De-nin D. Lee!
Dr. De-nin D. Lee (李德寧) is Associate Professor of Art History in the Department of Visual & Media Arts at Emerson College. She will discuss writing the scholarship of the now, and of the future. Dr. Lee is co-author of The History of Art: A Global View, an updated, more inclusive and global approach to the art history survey course, and of the forthcoming The History of Asian Art: A Global View.
Dr. Lee has published extensively on the history of Chinese painting, including her 2010 monograph, The Night Banquet: A Chinese Scroll through Time. She is also the editor of the 2019 volume Eco–Art History in East and Southeast Asia. She has received numerous teaching and fellowship awards throughout her career and has worked to bring East and Southeast Asian art into the standard art history curriculum.
Her keynote address titled “Writing Art History, or Terraformation” will be delivered on September 16 at 5:00 pm in the Gartner Auditorium of the Cleveland Museum of Art.