Publications

2021
Furēmu to paratekusuto: ‘Genji keizu’ to jimyaku no monogatari [Frame Stories and Paratexts: Genji Genealogies and Lineal Narratives]
2021. “Furēmu to paratekusuto: ‘Genji keizu’ to jimyaku no monogatari [Frame Stories and Paratexts: Genji Genealogies and Lineal Narratives].” In Sano Midori Sensei Koki Kinen Ronshū Kankōkai ed., Zōkei no poetika: Nihon bijutsushi o meguru atarana chihei [The Poetics of Form: New Horizons in Japanese Art History], Pp. 345-370. Seikansha. In Japanese, trans. Professor Sano Midori.Abstract

メリッサ・マコーミック(佐野みどり訳)フレームとパラテクスト:『源氏系図』と血脈の物語 佐野みどり先生古稀記念論集刊行会編『造形のポエティカー日本美術史を巡る新たな地平青簡舎 2021.

Poetic Visions: The Literary Imagination in Japanese Painting
2021. “Poetic Visions: The Literary Imagination in Japanese Painting.” In A Legacy for Learning: The Jane and Raphael Bernstein Collection, Pp. 60-81. Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College.
2019
Beyond Narrative Illustration: What Genji Paintings Do
2019. “Beyond Narrative Illustration: What Genji Paintings Do.” In The Tale of Genji: A Japanese Classic Illuminated, Pp. 43-55. Metropolitan Museum of Art and Yale University Press. mccormick_2019_genji_paintings_kuruma_arasoi.pdf
The Tale of Genji: A Japanese Classic Illuminated
2019. The Tale of Genji: A Japanese Classic Illuminated. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art and Yale University Press. Publisher's Version the_tale_of_genji_a_japanese_classic_illuminated.pdf
Murasaki’s Mind Ground: A Buddhist Theory of the Novel
2019. “Murasaki’s Mind Ground: A Buddhist Theory of the Novel.” In Murasaki Shikibu’s The Tale of Genji: Philosophical Perspectives, Pp. 257-289. Oxford: Oxford University Press. mccormick_2019_murasakis_mind_ground.pdf
2018
The Chrysanthemum Spirit,” translation and introduction
2018. “The Chrysanthemum Spirit,” translation and introduction.” In Monsters, Animals, and Other Worlds, Pp. 294-305. New York: Columbia University Press. Publisher's Version mccormick_2018_chrysanthemum_spirit.pdf
The Tale of Genji: A Visual Companion
2018. The Tale of Genji: A Visual Companion. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Publisher's Version
2017
Purple Displaces Crimson: The Wakan Dialectic as Polemic
2017. “Purple Displaces Crimson: The Wakan Dialectic as Polemic.” In Dora Ching, Louise Cort, and Andrew Watsky, eds. Around Chigusa: Tea and the Arts of Sixteenth-Century Japan, Pp. 181-208. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Publisher's Version mccormick_2017_wakan.pdf
2015
'Murasaki Shikibu Ishiyamamōde zufuku’ ni okeru sho mondai—wa to kan no sakai ni aru Murasaki Shikibu zō” [Murasaki Shikibu at Ishiyamadera: An Image between Wa and Kan]
4/2015. “'Murasaki Shikibu Ishiyamamōde zufuku’ ni okeru sho mondai—wa to kan no sakai ni aru Murasaki Shikibu zō” [Murasaki Shikibu at Ishiyamadera: An Image between Wa and Kan].” Kokka 1434. In Japanese, trans. by Professor Ido Misato., Pp. 5-21.Abstract
メリッサ・マコーミック(井戸美里訳)紫式部石山詣図幅における諸問題和と漢の境にある紫式部像 」『國華』第1434号、20154.20, 5-21

 

mccormick_2015_kokka_murasaki_shikibu.pdf
2014
Bijutsu-shi kara mita Shinkurōdo—Merissa Makōmikku shi intabyū [The New Chamberlain from an Art Historical Perspective: Interview with Melissa McCormick]
2014. “Bijutsu-shi kara mita Shinkurōdo—Merissa Makōmikku shi intabyū [The New Chamberlain from an Art Historical Perspective: Interview with Melissa McCormick].” In Abe Yasurō, et al eds. Muromachi jidai no shōjo kakumei ‘Shinkurōdo’ emaki no sekai [Revolutionary Girl of the Muromachi Period: The World of The New Chamberlain, Pp. 166-178. Tokyo: Kasama Shoin. Publisher's VersionAbstract
史からみたメリッサ・マコーミック氏インタビュー阿部泰郎監修 ; 江口啓子, 鹿谷祐子, 玉田沙織編室町代の少女革命しんくろ絵巻の世界』
2013
The Appeal of 'Tokugawa Illuminated Manuscripts': Tosa Mitsusada’s Scenes of Suma and the Hofer Collection of Early Modern Scrolls in the Harvard Art Museums.
2013. “The Appeal of 'Tokugawa Illuminated Manuscripts': Tosa Mitsusada’s Scenes of Suma and the Hofer Collection of Early Modern Scrolls in the Harvard Art Museums.” In Shimohara Miho ed., Kinsei Yamato-e saikō (Reconsidering Early Modern Yamato-e ), Pp. 51-67. Tokyo: Brücke. In Japanese, trans. Ido Misato.Abstract
メリッサ・マコーミック(井戸美里訳) 「徳川期装飾写本」の魅力   土佐光貞筆「源氏須磨図絵巻」とハーバード美術館ホーファー・コレクションの近世絵巻」下原美保 編 『近世やまと絵再考:日・英・米それぞれの視点からブリュッケ (2013). [‘Tokugawa-ki sōshoku shahon’ no miryoku: Tosa Mitsusada hitsu ‘Genji Suma-zu emaki’ to Hābādo Bijutsukan Hōfā Korekushon no kinei emaki]
Flower Personification and Imperial Regeneration in The Chrysanthemum Spirit  ['Kiku no sei monogatari' ni okeru hana no gijinka to kōtō no saisei].
2013. “Flower Personification and Imperial Regeneration in The Chrysanthemum Spirit ['Kiku no sei monogatari' ni okeru hana no gijinka to kōtō no saisei].” In Kokubungaku Kenkyū Shiryōkan, ed. America ni wattata monogatari-e, Pp. 148-161. Tokyo: Perikansha. Publisher's VersionAbstract
メリッサ・マコーミック 「『菊の精物語』における花の擬人化と皇統の再生」国文学研究資料館編『アメリカに渡った物語絵:絵巻・屏風・絵本
2012
In Situ: Buddhist Art and Ritual at the Imperial Court
2012. “In Situ: Buddhist Art and Ritual at the Imperial Court.” In Elegant Perfection Masterpieces of Courtly and Religious Art from the Tokyo National Museum, Pp. 115-122. Houston: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. mccormick_2012_in_situ_buddhist_art.pdf
Mountains, Magic, and Mothers: Envisioning the Female Ascetic in a Medieval Chigo Tale
2012. “Mountains, Magic, and Mothers: Envisioning the Female Ascetic in a Medieval Chigo Tale.” In In Gregory P.A. Levine, Andrew M. Watsky, and Gennifer Weisenfeld, eds. Crossing the Sea: Essays on East Asian Art in Honor of Professor Yoshiaki Shimizu, Pp. 107-133. Princeton: Princeton University Press. mccormick_2012_mountain_magic_chigo_imamairi.pdf
2009
Tosa Mitsunobu and the Small Scroll in Medieval Japan
2009. Tosa Mitsunobu and the Small Scroll in Medieval Japan. Seattle: University of Washington Press. Publisher's Version
2008
Monochromatic Genji: The Hakubyō Tradition and Female Commentarial Culture
2008. “Monochromatic Genji: The Hakubyō Tradition and Female Commentarial Culture.” In Haruo Shirane ed. Envisioning The Tale of Genji: Media, Gender, and Cultural Production, Pp. 101-128. New York: Columbia University Press. mccormick_2008_monochromatic_genji_hakubyo.pdf
2000
2000. “Tosa Mitsunobu’s Ko-e : Forms and Functions of Small-Format Handscrolls in the Muromachi Period (1333-1573).” Department of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University.

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