楊美莉

職稱:副教授級實務教師
美國亞利桑納大學碩士
meiliy3591@gmail.com
開設課程:中國工藝美術史

學經歷

  • 2010 – MS in Material Science and Engineering, the University of Arizona, USA. (Major in Heritage Conservation Science and minor in Anthropology) (美國 亞利桑那大學)
  • 1983 – MA in Chinese Art History, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan. (國立台灣大學 歷史所中國美術史組)
  • 1978 — BS in Biology, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan. (國立師範大學 生物系)

歷任職稱

  • 2012- — 國立清華大學 通識教育中心 兼任副教授
  • 2011- — 淡江大學 通核中心 兼任副教授
  • 1983-2007 — 國立故宮博物院 器物處 研究員

專長領域

  • History of Chinese Crafts and Decorative Arts (中國工藝美術史)
  • Chinese Archaic Jade and Ceramics (中國古玉和古陶瓷工藝)
  • Integration of Art, Archaeology and Science (藝術、考古和科學的整合)
  • Using optical coherence tomography (OCT 光學同調斷層掃描) examines ancient Chinese ceramic and archaic jade.

論文著作 / 通識相關活動紀錄

  • Meili Yang, 2015, Art, Archaeology & Science: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Chinese Archaeological and Artistic Materials. East Sussex: Sussex Academic Press.
  • M.-L. Yang, J. I. Katz, J. Barton, W.-L. Lai and Jau-ho Jean, 2014, “Using Optical Coherence Tomography to Examine Additives in Chinese Song Jun Glaze,” Archaeometry, doi: 10.1111/arcm.12125.
  • Meili Yang, 2014, “Technology and Art in Society: The Significance of ‘Furnace Transmutation’ in Chinese Song Jun Ware,” The International Journal of Arts Theory and History, 9(1): 11-25.
  • Meili Yang, 2013, “Using Optical Coherence Tomography to Examine the Structure of Ancient Chinese Glaze and Jade,” Keynote speech in the ‘Training on Application of Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) to Structure Analysis of Heritage Objects,’ organized by the National Gallery, London and Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun, Poland within the framework of CHARISMA, 27-28 June, 2013.
  • Meili Yang, 2013, “Modern Western Science in Initial Chinese Archaeological Development,” The International Journal of the Science in Society 4(3): 23-31.
  • Meili Yang, 2013, “Technological Variations and the Artist’s Intention: Chinese Southern Song Guan Ware Case Study,” The International Journal of Arts Theory and History 7(1): 127-142.
  • Meili Yang, 2012, “The Role of Science in Western Chinese Jade Collection and Knowledge Creation: A Case Study,” The International Journal of the Science in Society 3(4): 17-32.
  • M.-L. Yang, A. M. Winkler, J. Klein, A. Wall and J. K. Barton, 2012, “Using Optical Coherence Tomography to Characterize the Crack Morphology of Ceramic Glaze and Jade,” in Gangjun Liu (ed.) Selected Topics in Optical Coherence Tomography, 261-280, ISBN 978-953-51-0034-8, InTech, Rijeka, Croatia.
  • M.-L. Yang, Amy M. Winkler, Justin Klein and Jennifer K. Barton, 2011, “Using Optical Coherence Tomography to Characterize Thick-glaze Structure: Chinese Southern Song Guan Glaze Case Study,” Studies in Conservation 57(1): 67-75.
  • Meili Yang, 2011, “Ancient Chinese shards in the post-war West: Science and Art Perspective,” The International Journal of the Arts in Society 6(2): 15-30.
  • Mei-Li Yang, 2010, “The Jade Ge-dagger of the Shang and Western Zhou Periods,” in Shang and Western Zhou Jades, 44-49 (New York: Throckmorton Fine Art).
  • M.-L. Yang, Amy M. Winkler, Jennifer K. Barton and Pamela B. Vandiver, 2009, “Using Optical Coherence Tomography to Examine the Subsurface Morphology of Chinese Glazes,” Archaeometry 51(5): 808-821.

開設課程

  • 中國工藝美術史
  • 中國玉器考古美術
  • 中國陶瓷的科學和藝術
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