Art History Department

Sarah Richardson


Department of Historical and Cultural Studies, University of Toronto Mississauga

After her thesis study on Tibetan Buddhist mural paintings, Sarah is teaching students in history of religion courses at UTM (using a lot of images and objects!). She is excited to show students how objects can be another kind of “text” through which to understand both history and religion. She is working on a book about the roles of inscriptions in Tibetan architectural contexts, and an exhibition on the potential for personal transformation through sight in Buddhist contexts.

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