Jeong-Hee Lee-Kalisch, Professor emerita of East Asian Art History (Art History Institute, Department of History and Culture) at the Free University of Berlin, has worked extensively as a curator, first at the Museum for East Asian Art in Berlin (1989-90) and then in several important exhibitions, including "The Old China – Humans and Gods in the Middle Kingdom" (Das Alte China. Menschen und Götter im Reich der Mitte) as part of the the curatorial team, and as head curator for the exhibitions "Korea – The Ancient Kingdoms" (Korea, die Alten Königreiche) and "Tibet – Treasures from Tibetan Monasteries" (Tibet, Klöster öffnen ihre Schatzkammern). She is a member of the Board of Trustees of the German Society for East Asian Art (Deutsche Gesellschaft Ostasiatische Kunst) and a Korea Foundation Field Research Fellow. Her main areas of research are in Chinese and Korean painting, the literati garden art of East Asia, the Mahāyāna/Tantrayāna Buddhist art of East Asia, and the transcultural aspects of art on Silk Road to East Central Asia, China, Korea and Japan.
MA Seminar Aktuelle Forschung in der buddhistischen Kunst Ostasiens
MA Seminar Koreanische Kunst in transkulturellem Diskurs
Lecture Kunst und Kultur an der Seidenstrasse vom ersten Millennium v. Chr. bis zum ersten Millennium n. Chr.