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Yuki Morishima

University of Pittsburgh 

Morishima is a Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Art History at the University of Pittsburgh. Her dissertation focuses on the political and cultural factors underlining the shift from the private to public domain in the use of the 18th to 19th century Japanese imperial portraiture.

In a professional capacity, Morishima has interned at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and worked at Alberts-Langdon Oriental Art as a gallery manager and researcher. She has taught Introduction to Asian Art and Introduction to World Art on a university level and has been invited to lecture at Carnegie Museum of Art’s docent education training program.

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