This website was created as part of my
research on how the Web can be integrated into college level
Creating a website involves the effort
of many people. I would like to thank the Ackland Art Museum
and the Hood Museum of Art for giving me permission to use images
of the works they contributed to this exhibition. I would like
to thank especially, Kathy Hart, the Barbara C. and Harvey P.
Hood 1918 Curator of Academic Programming at Hood Museum and
Juliette Bianco, Exhibitions Manager at the Hood Museum, for
their understanding and support for my project.
All images were scanned by Jan Smarsik,
Assistant Curator of Visual Resources in Dartmouth's Department
of Art History.
I would like to thank Professor Eiichi
Shibuya at Takachiho Univdersity in Japan, for giving me permission
to use the material on "Genji Monogatari" (Tale of
Genji) he developed.
I would like to thank Sarah Horton, multimedia
application specialist in Curricular Computing at Dartmouth College,
for reviewing this site and giving me valuable suggestions and
Many thanks to Allen Hockley, curator of
this exhibition and Assistant Professor in the Department of
Art History at Dartmouth College for providing label copy and
supporting this project from the beginning.
All images in this site are used with permissions
from the Ackland Art Museum and Hood Museum of Art. Reproduction
in any form is a violation of copyright. Textual sections are
copyrighted as well and can only be reproduced with the permission
of Professor Allen
Any comments are greatly appriciated. Please
see 'feedback' page.
Senior Lecturer in Japanese
Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Literatures
Ackland Art Museum
Museum of Art
of Art History
& Database on GENJI-MONOGATARI Revised by Fujiwara-Teika