Roslyn L. HAMMERS 韓若蘭
BA, University of Pittsburg; MA, PhD University of Michigan
Dr. Hammers conducts research on the history of Chinese art and art theory. She is interested in the representations of labor and technologically-informed imagery. Her book Pictures of Tilling and Weaving: Art, Labor and Technology in Song and Yuan China (Hong Kong University Press, 2011) is a recipient of the College Art Association’s Millard Meiss prize. She is presently finishing a book-length manuscript on the Qing-dynasty Pictures of Tilling and Weaving and writing two articles, one on the acculturation of nature in Song-dynasty art and the other on the representations of cotton production in the Qing era.
Chinese Art and Architecture, South Asian Art and Architecture
Chinese art and theory, representations of labor and technologically-informed imagery
Hammers, R.L. Pictures of Tilling and Weaving: Art, Labor, and Technology in Song and Yuan China. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2011.
Hammers, R.L. “Regarding the People in ‘Genre Painting’ or Fengsu Hua in the Song Dynasty.” In The Pride of China: Masterpieces of Chinese Painting and Calligraphy of the Jin, tang, Song, and Yuan Dynasty from the Palace Museum, edited by Hong Kong Musem of Art, 80-95. Hong Kong: Leisure & Cultural Services Department, 2007.
Hammers, R.L. “The Qianlong rubbings of 13th-century Pictues of Tilling: A Tale of three grandsons.” Bulletin of the Oriental Ceramic Society of Hong Kong 16 (2016): 106-113.
Hammers, R.L. “Khubilai Khan Hunting: Tribute to the Great Khan.” Artibus Asiae 75, no. 1 (2015): 5-41.
Hammers, R.L. “Dagmar Schafer, The Crafting of the 10,000 Things: Knowledge and technology in seventeenth-century China.” East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine 2013, no. 30 (2014): 86-89.
FINE2062 Land and Garden in Chinese art
FINE4002 Perspectives in Asian art
FINE2053 Beauties and the beasts: Song and Yuan painting
FINE2067 Architecture of East Asia
FINE7004 Seminar in Chinese art