Visual Arts
Sheri A. Lullo

Sheri A. Lullo

Job Title
Associate Professor of Visual Arts
Visual Arts Center 306
Visual Arts, Asian Studies

Research interests

Professor Lullo’s research focuses on the art and archaeology of early China and integrates various perspectives, including material culture and mortuary analysis, ritual practices, and gender studies. She is interested in the material worlds and everyday lives of the middle to upper elite, and currently working on a project that focuses on toiletry sets found in Warring States through Han Dynasty tombs.

Professor Lullo was recently interviewed on the WHMT public television program, Aha! A House for the Arts.

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Academic credentials

B.A., University of Chicago; M.A., Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh