RESEARCH OUTPUT

 

Select Publications (2022-)

Books edited

Yuka Kadoi, co-edited with Markéta Hánová and Simone Wille, Collecting Asian Art: Cultural Politics and Transcontinental Networks in 20th-century Central Europe (Leuven: Leuven University Press, 2024) (https://lup.be/products/185907)

Journals guest-edited

Yuka Kadoi, co-guest-edited with András Barati, ‘A Historiography of Persian Art: Past, Present and Future’, Journal of Art Historiography, Number 28 (June 2023) (https://arthistoriography.wordpress.com/28-jun23/).

Yuka Kadoi, ‘Transcultural Mobility: Cosmopolitan Artefacts, Artists and Intellectuals across the Global Muslim World’, Journal of Transcultural Studies, Volume 13, Nos. 1-2 (2022) (Vol. 13 No. 1–2 (2022) | The Journal of Transcultural Studies (uni-heidelberg.de).

Chapters in books / articles in journals 

Yuka Kadoi, ‘The Ideals of the East: Asian art and the crisis of visual expression across the globe, ca. 1900’, in Collecting Asian Art: Cultural Politics and Transcontinental Networks in 20th-century Central Europe, eds. Markéta Hánová, Yuka Kadoi and Simone Wille, Leuven: Leuven University Press, pp. 31-43 (Collecting Asian Art – Leuven University Press (lup.be)

Yuka Kadoi, ‘A twenty-year retrospect on “The Mirage of Islamic Art”: polarising Islamic art, consolidating Persian art’, Journal of Art Historiography, Number 28 (June 2023): A Historiography of Persian Art: Past, Present and Future, pp. 1-9 (https://arthistoriography.files.wordpress.com/2023/05/kadoi-intro.pdf).

Yuka Kadoi, ‘The (re-)birth of Ilkhanid art’, in The Mongol Empire in Global History and Art History, ed. Anne Dunlop, Milan: Officina Libraria / Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2023, pp. 239-263, series: I Tatti Research Series 5 (https://www.hup.harvard.edu/catalog.php?isbn=9780674279162).

Yuka Kadoi, ‘In search of the wings of Surūsh: notes on the angelic fashion in the Eastern Islamic lands”, in Beiträge zur islamischen Kunst und Archäologie, Band 9, Wiesbaden: Reichert, 2023, pp. 147-58 (https://doi.org/10.29091/9783752002676).

Yuka Kadoi, ‘Timur's entry into Samarkand, page from the Zafarnama’, in Smarthistory (commissioned by Not Your Grandfather's Art History: A BIPOC Reader, funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities, USA), 2023 (https://smarthistory.org/timur-entry-samarkand-zafarnama/).

Yuka Kadoi, ‘Transcultural Mobility: Cosmopolitan Artefacts, Artists and Intellectuals across the Global Muslim World’, Journal of Transcultural Studies, Volume 13, Nos. 1-2 (2022), pp. 1-5 (Transcultural Mobility: Cosmopolitan Artefacts, Artists, and Intellectuals across the Global Muslim World | The Journal of Transcultural Studies (uni-heidelberg.de).

Yuka Kadoi, ‘Embracing Islam: Okakura Tenshin at the limits of his alternative Orientalism’, Journal of Transcultural Studies, Volume 13, Nos. 1-2 (2022), pp. 56-75 (Embracing Islam: Okakura Tenshin at the Limits of His Alternative Orientalism | The Journal of Transcultural Studies (uni-heidelberg.de)

 
Select Conference Papers / Public Lectures (2023-)

Yuka Kadoi, ‘Lost, found or vanished: three cases of Persian carpet provenance in the lands of the former Habsburg empire’, lecture delivered to the International Workshop, Erwerbungen und Provenienzen Islamischer Kunst zwischen 1933-1945: Aktuelle Forschung und Vernetzung, Museum of Islamic Art in Berlin, 13-14 October 2023, Berlin, Germany.

Yuka Kadoi, ‘Institutionalising world arts in Austria-Hungary: the birth of Japanese art history’, paper given to the International Conference, Art History and Its Institutions in the Austro Hungarian Empire, Polish Academy of Sciences and the Department of Art History, Jagiellonian University, 28-29 September, Kraków, Poland. 

Yuka Kadoi, ‘The rising sun meets the crescent: Japanese Tatar mosques and their entanglements, ca. 1930s’, paper given to the 17th International Congress of Turkish Art, Warsaw, 18-21 September 2023.

Yuka Kadoi, ‘Islamic art and the museum: prospects for the 21st century’, lecture delivered to the University of Tokyo, Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, Wednesday 13 September 2023.

Yuka Kadoi, ‘(Re)inventing ethnonational cultural heritage: national museums across the Persian Gulf’, paper given to the International Conference, Museumisation in Central Europe: Opportunities and Challenges, ELTE and the Museum of Ethnography, 7-9 June 2023, Budapest, Hungary.

Yuka Kadoi, ‘What Timur brought to the Mediterranean and Black Seas: “Mamluk” Carpets between Asia and Europe’, paper given to the International Workshop, Productions and Exchanges: New Research on the History of Syrian-Egyptian Arts in the 15th and Early 16th Centuries, Institut des Civilisations, 22-23 May 2023, Paris, France.

Yuka Kadoi, ‘Iconism in the Medieval East Islamic World: The power of figurative representation under the Seljuqs', paper given to the International Workshop, Art and Power in Medieval Societies: Censorship, Propaganda and Public Service in the Eastern Mediterranean from Late Antiquity to the Ottoman Era, Institute for Advanced Study / Central European University, 19-20 May 2023, Budapest, Hungary.

Yuka Kadoi, ‘Ex Libris Strzygowski: How His Theory of World Arts Was Formulated’, paper given to the International Conference, Influence of the Vienna School of Art History III: Origins, Modifications and Influences of Its Theoretical Concepts, Institute of Art History, Czech Academy of Sciences, 19-20 April 2023, Prague, Czech Republic.

 

See the research output of Persian Art in Vienna, 1900-1945 (M2428-G25) 

Persian Art in Vienna