Snow, Hilary

Associate Teaching Professor

PhD Art History, Stanford University
MA East Asian Studies, Stanford University
BA Social Anthropology and Art History, Harvard University

Hilary K. Snow is a specialist in Asian visual culture who teaches courses on Asian studies, art history, and museums. Her research explores early modern patronage and the mingling of sacred and secular practices at Japanese religious institutions. She is particularly interested in the visual culture of early modern Japanese urban spaces and aesthetic amusements at religious institutions.

Dr. Snow is 2023-24 Wisconsin Teaching Fellow, a program of the UW System Office of Professional and Instructional Development.