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Stein, Emma

Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery staff

Background And Education


Selected Publications

Editor Of

  • Book

    • Barnes, Ruth, Stein, Emma Natalya, and Diebold, Benjamin, editors. 2015. Gold in early Southeast Asia: selected papers from the symposium gold in Southeast Asia. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Council on Southeast Asia Studies. In Yale Southeast Asia Studies Monograph, 64. 2015


  • Presentation

    • Stein, Emma N. 2020. Art and Architecture of Southeast Asia: Cities (Part 1) and Jungles (Part 2) [presentation]. December 9, 2020. Virtual: University of Minnesota.
    • Stein, Emma Natalya. 2022. Building the South Indian City of Kanchi in the Global Early Middle Ages [presentation]. Representations of Power: Palaces, Temples, and Cities in the Global Early Middle Ages, November 11, 2022. St. Andrew's University, Scotland.
    • Stein, Emma Natalya. 2022. Constructing Kanchi: City of Infinite Temples [presentation]. Asian Cities, February 17, 2022. Online: International Institute for Asian Studies.
    • Stein, Emma Natalya. 2024. Exhibiting the Tamil Yoginis [presentation]. American Council for Southern Asian Art, April 5, 2024. University of Michigan.
    • Stein, Emma Natalya. 2023. Future of Heritage [presentation]. February 17, 2023. Kanchipuram, India: Sri Sankara College of Arts and Sciences.
    • Stein, Emma Natalya. 2020. Grounding the Texts: Kanchi's Urban Logic and its Ambitious Extensions [presentation]. Networks of Temples and Networks of Texts in South India, January 20, 2020. Pondicherry and Kanchipuram.
    • Stein, Emma N. 2021. Guest Teaching for the Department of Art and Art History [presentation]. March 21, 2021. University of Texas at Austin.
    • Stein, Emma Natalya. 2020. Kanchi's World: Buiding, Renovating, and Preserving a Temple-City in South India [presentation]. Research Centre for Asiatic Culture, 2020-02-05 AB. Kanchipuram, South India.
    • Stein, Emma Natalya. 2022. Opening Remarks: Introducing the Tamil Yoginis [presentation]. Reuniting the Tamil Yoginis II: Planning the Exhibition, November 4, 2022. Colgate University.
    • Stein, Emma N. 2021. Presentation at Interwoven Conference [presentation]. Interwoven Conference, May 14, 2021. University of Chicago.
    • Stein, Emma Natalya. 2022. Revealing Krishna: Journey to Cambodia's Sacred Mountain [presentation]. July 19, 2022. Washington, DC: University Club.
    • Stein, Emma Natalya. 2022. Revealing Krishna: Journey to Cambodia's Sacred Mountain at the National Museum of Asian Art, Smithsonian [presentation]. July 27, 2022. Yogyakarta, Indonesia: Universitas Gadjah Mada.
    • Stein, Emma Natalya. 2022. Story of the Serpent: Cambodian Dance by Raksmeay Mea Lath [presentation]. September 10, 2022. National Museum of Asian Art.
    • Stein, Emma Natalya. 2023. The Multiple Lives of Temples [presentation]. Shared Cultural Heritage Across the Indian Ocean, February 10, 2023. Delhi, India: India International Centre.
    • Stein, Emma N. 2021. Walking Among the Gods: Chola Bronzes and Cambodian Sculpture in Context [presentation]. July 16, 2021. Kimbell Art Museum.