Wei-Cheng Lin

Art History

Wei-Cheng Lin is Associate Professor in the Department of Art History. He specializes in the history of Chinese art and architecture with a focus on the medieval periods. His primary research interests are visual and material cultural issues in Buddhist art and architecture and China’s funerary practice through history. He is the author of Building a Sacred Mountain: The Buddhist Architecture of China’s Mount Wutai (University of Washington Press, 2014).