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Daniel McKee

Adjunct Assistant Professor
Japanese Bibliographer

173 Kroch Library
(607) 255-4737

Biographical Note:

Ph.D. Cornell University, 2008
M.F.A. Syracuse University, 1999
B.A. Rutgers College 1990

Research Interests:

Verbal-visual relations, Tokugawa period art and literature, comedy in Japanese art and literature, kyōka and haikai poetry, surimono and haiga.


  • Colored in the Year's New Light: Surimono from the Becker Collection. Johnson Museum of Art, 2008.
  • "Surimono as Ritual Objects" from John Carpenter, Ed. Reading Surimono: The Interplay of Text and Image in Japanese Prints. Hotei/Brill Publishing, 2008.
  • "The Surimono of Utagawa Hiroshige: Genre and Artistic Identity" in Andon: Publication of the Society for Japanese Arts, 2008.
  • "Letting the Animals Do the Talking: The Social and Political Uses of Animals in Japanese Painting" from Robert Schaap, Ed. A Brush with Animals: Japanese Paintings 1750-1950. Hotei/Brill Publishing, 2007.
  • Haiga and Haiku: Moments in Word and Image. Hotei/Brill Publishing, 2006.
  • Japanese Poetry Prints: Surimono from the Schoff Collection. Johnson Museum of Art, 2006
  • Related links:
    Wason East Asia Collection, Cornell University

    Updated 10/14/2010