Jeffrey Moser

Assistant Professor of History of Art and Architecture

Research Interests

art history, China , East Asia, hermeneutics, Intellectual History, material culture, Ritual, Song-Yuan era


Jeffrey Moser specializes in the artistic and intellectual history of China during the Song era (tenth to thirteenth centuries AD), with a particular focus on the ways in which sensory engagement with material things transformed cognition and behavior. His interest in the catalytic potential of objects extends from the historical and historiographic dimensions of his research to the contemporary challenges of university and museum education.