Roslyn L. HAMMERS 韓若蘭

Associate Professor
BA University of Pittsburgh;
MA, PhD University of Michigan
Chinese Art and Architecture; South Asian Art and Architecture
Room 10.19, Run Run Shaw Tower, Centennial Campus

Dr. Hammers teaches courses on Chinese painting, South Asian art, and Asian architectural history. She was an assistant professor of art history and visual culture studies at Whitman College, Washington state, before taking her position at University of Hong Kong. Dr. Hammers has published the book Pictures of Tilling and Weaving: Art, Labor and Technology in Song and Yuan China (Hong Hong University Press, 2011). She was a fellow at the Needham Research Institute, Cambridge University, U.K. as well as at the Freer and Sackler Galleries in Washington, D.C. Her interests include Song and Yuan dynasty artistic practices, the relationships between technological imagery and art, and the cross-cultural reception of art between Asia and non-Asia.