Position title: Lecturer
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Hilary K. Snow is a specialist in Japanese art of the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries. Her research focuses on art and culture from the Japanese Edo period (1615-1868). Her work explores early modern patronage and the mingling of sacred and secular practices at Japanese religious institutions. Dr. Snow is particularly interested in the visual culture of early modern Japanese urban spaces and aesthetic amusements at religious institutions. At the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Honors College, she teaches courses in Asian Studies, Art History, and Museum Studies.