Robert Bagley

Position
Professor of Art and Archaeology, Emeritus
Office Phone
Office
404 McCormick Hall
Degrees

Ph.D., Harvard University

Bio/Description

Robert Bagley is an Associated Faculty member of the East Asian Studies Department.  Bagley is a Professor in Art and Archaeology and specializes in pre-Han art and archaeology. His current research focuses on the archaeology of music, in particular, the musical instruments from the tomb of Marquis Yi of Zeng (d. 433 BC).

https://dof.princeton.edu/about/clerk-faculty/emeritus/robert-william-bagley

Selected Publications
  • Ancient Sichuan (Seattle Art Museum and Princeton University Press, 2001);
  • Catalogue of an exhibition at the Seattle Art Museum that traveled to Fort Worth, New York, and Toronto;
  • "Percussion," chapter 2 in Jenny F. So, ed., Music in the Age of Confucius (Washington, D.C.: Sackler Gallery of Art, 2000);
  • "Shang Archaeology," chapter 3 in Michael Loewe and Edward L. Shaughnessy, eds., The Cambridge History of Ancient China, (Cambridge University press, 1999).]