赖德霖 Delin Lai, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

About

Before joining the faculty of the Department of Fine Art in 2007, Professor Delin Lai taught at Oberlin College from 2006 to 2007. Dr. Lai specializes in modern Chinese architecture and has published two books: Jindai Zhejiang Lu (Who’s who in modern Chinese architecture, 2006), which was one of the ten books that received the First Architectural Book Award of China in 2008, and Zhongguo Jindai Jianzhushi Yanjiu (Studies in modern Chinese architecture, 2007). Professor Lai also published many articles in both Chinese and English, among them are “Searching for a Modern Chinese Monument: the design of the Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum in Nanjing, 1925-1929” in The Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians (March, 2005) and "Renewing, Remapping, and Redefining Guangzhou, 1910s - 1930s" in Looking Modern: East Asian Visual Culture from Treaty Ports to World War II (Jennifer Purtle and Hans Bjarne Thomsen, eds., 2009)

Teaching Areas

ARTH 270: Survey of Renaissance through Modern Art
ARTH 290: Survey of Asian Art
ARTH 331: Chinese Art
ARTH 342: Japanese Art
ARTH 335: 20th Century Chinese Artists and Architects
ARTH 542: Cities, Architecture, and Gardens of China and Japan
ARTH 542: Eastern Asia Landscape Art
ARTH 542: Seminar: Nationalism and Modern Art and Architecture in China and Japan