Kazuko Kameda-Madar is Adjunct Lecturer of Art History at Hawaii Pacific University. She completed her PhD in Japanese Art History at University of British Columbia in 2011.
Her publications include, “Sugimoto Hiroshi no Nihon bijutsushi: Reisen Japonizumu to iu jidai haikei” [Sugimoto Hiroshi’s Japanese Art History: Spirituality and Cold War Japonisme] Journal of 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, R Issue 5 (March 2013): 66-79; “A Set of Four Guardian Hanging Scrolls and the Transformation of the Twelve Devas Pictorial Tradition in Medieval Japan” Kaikodo Journal XXVIII (Spring, 2012): 21-27; “Ranteizu no zuzo kaishakugaku: ‘Yang Mo’ to ‘Yu Yun’ no image o chushin ni” [An Iconology of the Orchid Pavilion Gathering: the Images of Yang Mo and Yu Yun] Art Research Center, Ritsumeikan University Journal, Art Research Vol. 12 (Mar. 2012): 3-22; “Transmission of Meanings: A Study of Shen Wai Shen (Body Outside Body) by Xu Bing” Xu Bing and Contemporary Chinese Art: Cultural and Philosophical Reflections (New York: SUNY Press, 2011):147-176; “Fūzoku ‘Kyokusuien-zu’ no shisō to hen’yō: Tsukioka Sessai to Kubo Shunman o rei to shite” [Ideology and Transformation of ‘Kyokusui-en’ Theme in Genre Painting: Study of Tsukioka Sessai and Kubo Shunman], Fūzoku kaiga no bunkagaku [Cultural Studies of Genre Painting] (Kyoto: Shibunkaku Press, 2009): 243-273. She is a co-editor of an anthology Utsushi no chikara: Sōzō to keizoku no matorikkusu [Power of utsushi: Matrix of Creation and Continuity] Kyoto: Shibunkaku Press, 2013.