EMSI Ph.D. Dissertation Fellow
Ph.D. Candidate, Van Hunnick History Department
EMSI Ph.D. Dissertation Fellow, 2023-2024
"Being Transnational: Maritime Exchanges in East Asian Sphere from the Tenth to the Seventeenth Century"
EMSI Faculty Fellows
Professor of Art History and History
EMSI Faculty Fellow, Spring 2024
Women of Art and Science in the Early Modern World
Assistant Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures EMSI Faculty Fellow, Fall 2023
Buddhism and Theatricality in Early Modern China
The USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute (EMSI) exists on the ancestral lands of the Gabrielino-Tongva and Kizh Nation peoples who continue to call this region home. EMSI respectfully acknowledges these Indigenous peoples as the traditional caretakers of this landscape, as the direct descendants of the first people. EMSI recognizes their continued presence and is grateful to have the opportunity to work and learn on this land.
Banner image: detail from "Vallard Atlas," (1547) chart 4, Arabian Sea, Red Sea, and Persian Gulf Portolan atlas. Courtesy of the Huntington Library.