PUBLICATIONS up to 2012

PUBLICATIONS OF  ELIZABETH CHILDS-JOHNSON

BOOKS, CATALOGUES, AND JOURNAL VOLUMES

2011-12  Co-editor with Lai Ying-ying , Art and Politics in Today’s China and Taiwan, Modern China Studies, 2011.2 and 2012.1.MCS2012.1 pdf and MCS2011.2 pdf
2009      with Gu Fang 古方, The Jade Age and Early Chinese Jades in American Museums玉器时代,美国博物馆 臧 中国早期玉器, Beijing: Science Press 科学出版社. [Chinese and English]
2008     The Meaning of the Graph Yi 異 and Its Implications for Shang Belief and Art, East Asia Journal Monograph, ISBN-10 1 872843 63 8, London: Saffron Press.
2002-2001  Enduring Art of Jade Age China Volumes I and II: New York: Throckmorton Fine Art.
1999  Lustrous, Enduring and Translucent: Jades from Traditional China, New York: Weisbrod Chinese Art Ltd.
1988   Ritual and Power: Jades of Ancient China, New York: China Institute in America.

ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS

2012    “Speculations on the Significance of the Cong and Bi of the Liangzhu Culture, Liangzhu Jades, New York: Throckmorton Fine Art.Cong&BiSignif.2012pdf

2010  “An Introduction to the Spectacular Jades Discovered in Sichuan Province, China,” in Shang and Western Zhou Jades, New York: Throckmorton Fine Art, 9-22.SanxingduiJadeMscrptpdf

2009  with Gu Fang, “Chinese Jade Types of the Shang and Western Zhou Periods,” in Shang and Western Zhou Jades, New York: Throckmorton Fine Art, 23-43.ShangZhouJadepdf

2009   “The Art of Working Jade and the Rise of Civilization in China.” In The Jade Age & Early Chinese Jades in American Museums, Beijing:Science Press,  291-393.Jade Age Mscrpt pdf

2009   “An Abbreviated History of Northern Qi Buddhist Art,” Faces of Eternity, New York: Throckmorton Fine Art, 8 pages.

2008  “Xi Tu Yu Jade of the Northwestern Lands and the Qijia Aesthetic,” Jades of the Qijia Culture. New York: Throckmorton Fine Art. Qijiapdf
2007  “Fu Zi, the Shang Woman Warrior,” in A Biographical Dictionary of Chinese Women Vol.I Shang through Sui Periods, ed. by Lily Xiao Hong Lee and A.D. FU ZI Biographical Dictionary pdf Stefanowska, Armonk, NY and London: M. E. Sharpe, 2007, 19-25.

2004  “The Big Buddha at Single Pebble Village”Yangzi: The Yangtze River and the Three Gorges, ed. by Judy Bonavia and Richard Hayman, Odyssey Pub., Ltd.

2003  “Fu Zi: The Shang Woman Warrior 妇子商女战士,” in The Fourth International Conference on Chinese Paleography [ICCP] Proceedings, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, October 15-17, 2003, 619-651. PDF
             with Jin Zhengyao, “Early Shang Bronze Art and Highly Radiogenic Lead”, National Gallery of Art, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, Center 23, Record of Activities and Research Reports, June 2002-May 2003, Washington, D.C., 57-60. PDF
2002  “Jade as Confucian Ideal, Immortal Cloak, and Medium for the Metamorphic Fetal Pose,” Enduring Art of Jade Age China Volume II, NY: Throckmorton Fine Art, 2002, 15-24.Enduring Art of Jade Age China II article pdf
2001  “The Jade Age of Early China: Three Significant Jade Working Cultures during the Pivotal Period 4000-2000BCE”, in Haixia Liangan Guyu Xuehui Yilunwen Zhuankan (I), Taibei: Taiwan National University, 2001, 187-98.
2000  The Great Wall Across the Yangtze, advisor for PBS (Public Broad-casting Station) documentary on Three Gorges art and archaeology. link

1999  “The Metamorphic Image: A Predominant Theme in Shang Ritual Art”, Bulletin of the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities No.70 (Stockholm), 5-171.BMFEAArticle

1999  “The Fate of Three Gorges Archaeology and Art: The Maitreya Buddha Cave Temple at Single Pebble Town”, Asian Art Newspaper, 4. 1999: 3.PDF

1998  “American Collections and Studies of Neolithic and Early Historic Period Chinese Jades” in Tang Chung, ed., East Asian Jade: Symbol of Excellence, Hong Kong: The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Center for Chinese Archaeology and Art, 119-124.

“Metamorphic Imagery in Early Chinese Art,” Kaikodo Journal 2. 1998:30-51 Metamorphic Imagery pdf.

“Jade As Material and Epoch”, Ch. 1 in China: 5000 Years, Innovation and Transformation in the Arts, NYC: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 55-68.China5000yearspdf.

1996  “Race Against Time: A Compendium of Endangered Sites”, Archaeology,11/121996: 38-43.PDF

“The Three Gorges Dam and the Fate of China’s Southern Heritage”, Orientations, 7/8, 1996, 55-61;  an abridged version in Dai Qing.ed., “The Fate of China’s Southern Heritage” The River Dragon Has Come!, 200-210.PDF

1995   “The Ghost Head Mask and Metamorphic Shang Imagery”, Early China 20 (1995): 79-92. TheGhostHeadMaskpdf

“Symbolic Jades of the Erlitou Period: A Xia Royal Tradition”, Archives of Asian Art XLVIII (1995): 64-90.Symbolic Jades of The Erlitou Period pdf

1991   “商人礼仪艺术中的 萨满 教特征及对四川广汉三星堆新近发现的推测”, Nanfang Minzu Kaogu, 1989.2: 65-67 (Chengdu: Sichuan University)SouthernEtnologyAndArchaeology pdf

“Jades of the Hongshan Culture: The Dragon and Fertility Cult Worship”, Arts Asiatiques XLVI (1991): 82-95.Jades of the Hongshan Culture pdf

1990   “Professor Alexander C. Soper”, Orientations Jan 1990, 26-32.

“The Bird in Shang Ritual Art: Intermediary to the Supernatural”, Orientations Nov. 1989: 53-60.

1989   “Review article, Robert Bagley, Shang Ritual Bronzes in the Arthur M. Sackler Collections“, Art Bulletin LXII:1 (1989), 149-156.

1988  “Dragons, Masks, Axes and Blades from Four Newly Documented Jade-Working Cultures of Ancient China”, Orientations April 1988: 30-41; reprinted in Chinese Jade: Selected articles from Orientations 1983-1996, Hong Kong: Orientations Magazine Ltd., l997.

1987   “The Jue-Vessel and Its Ritual Use in the Ancestor Cult of Shang China,” Artibus AsiaeXLVIII:3-4 (1987):171-196.TheJuepdf

1983   “Identification of the Tomb Occupant and Periodization of M5”, Excavation of Tomb No.5 at Yinxu, Anyang, Chinese Sociology and Anthropology XV:3, Armonk, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe, 1-37.

1974   “Urartian Influence upon Iranian Architecture in the Early First Millennium B.C.”, Marsyas XVII, 21-38.

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