Dr Stacey Pierson
BA (Loyola) MA (SOAS) PG Dip(Ealing) DPhil (Sussex)
Senior Lecturer in Chinese Ceramics
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Dr Stacey Pierson has recently published a comprehensive design history of Chinese ceramics which applies a new metholodology to an established field. Her current research is focused on the history and influence of collectors groups and learned societies on the development of the discipline of art history in Britain and on the transcultural history of Ming porcelain.
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Pierson, Stacey (2013) From Object to Concept: Global Consumption and the Transformation of Ming Porcelain. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
Pierson, Stacey (2009) Chinese Ceramics: A Design History. London: V&A Publications.
Pierson, Stacey (2007) Collectors, Collections and Museums: the Field of Chinese Ceramics in Britain, 1560-1960. Oxford; New York: Peter Lang.
Pierson, Stacey (2004) Underglaze Blue and Copper Red Decorated Porcelains, Section 3. Percival David Foundation (London).
Pierson, Stacey and McCausland, M. (2003) Song Ceramics: Objects of Admiration. Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art.
Pierson, Stacey (2002) A Collector's Vision: Ceramics for the Qianlong Emperor. London: School of Oriental and African Studies.
Pierson, Stacey (2001) Designs as Signs: Decoration and Chinese Ceramics. Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art.
Pierson, Stacey and Crick, Monique (2000) Sunken Treasure: Fifteenth Century Chinese Ceramics from the Lena Cargo. London: Periplus.
Pierson, Stacey, ed. (2009) Transfer: the Influence of China on World Ceramics. London: SOAS, Percival David Foundation. (Colloquies on the Art and Archaeology in Asia)
Pierson, Stacey and Wilson, Ming, eds. (2006) The Art of the Book in China. London: Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art. (Colloquies on Art and Archaeology in Asia)
Pierson, Stacey, ed. (1996) Earth, Fire and Water: Chinese Ceramic Technology. London: Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art, School of Oriental and African Studies.
Pierson, Stacey (2011) 'From Market and Exhibition to University: Sir Percival David and the Institutionalization of Chinese Art History in England.' In: Rujivacharakul, Vimalin, (ed.), Collecting China: the World, China, and a History of Collecting. Delaware, USA: University of Delaware Press, pp. 130-137.
Pierson, Stacey (2010) 'Historical and Cultural Contexts for Ceramics in China.' In: Torchia, Richard, (ed.), Ai Weiwei: Dropping the Urn: ceramic works, 5000 BCE -- 2010 CE. Pennsylvania: Arcardia University Art Gallery, pp. 96-103.
Pierson, Stacey (2008) 'Regional Specialization in Ceramic Production of the Northern Sung Period.' In: Conference on Founding Paradigms: Papers on the Art and Culture of the Northern Sung Dynasty. Taipei: National Palace Museum, pp. 759-776.
Pierson, Stacey (2007) 'Porcelain.' In: Fenby, Jonathan, (ed.), The Seventy Wonders of China. London: Thames and Hudson, pp. 217-221.
Pierson, Stacey (2004) 'The Sung Standard: Chinese Ceramics and British Studio Pottery in the 20th Century.' In: Song Ceramics: Art History, Archaeology and Technology. Percival David Foundation (London), pp. 81-103.
Pierson, Stacey (2004) ''The Sung Standard': Chinese Ceramics and British Studio Pottery in the 20th Century.' In: Pierson, S., (ed.), Song Ceramics. Art History, Archaeology and Technology. Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art, pp. 81-102.
Pierson, Stacey (2002) 'Industrial Ceramics in China: Ceramic Production at Jingdezhen from the 10th to the 16th century.' In: Lost at Sea: The Strange Route of the Lena Shoal Junk. London.
Pierson, Stacey (2000) 'Ceramics.' In: Trench, Lucy, (ed.), Materials and Techniques in the Decorative Arts: an Illustrated Dictionary. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Pierson, Stacey (2012) 'The Movement of Chinese Ceramics: Appropriation in Global History.' Journal of World History, 23 (1). pp. 9-39.
Pierson, Stacey (2011) 'The History of the London Oriental Ceramic Society, 1921-1947, part 2.' Diancang 典藏, 221 . pp. 132-139.
Pierson, Stacey (2011) 'The History of the London Oriental Ceramic Society, 1921-1947, part 1.' Diancang 典藏, 220 . pp. 152-159.
Pierson, Stacey (2010) 'On Location: Situating Chinese Ceramics.' Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society, 73 . pp. 91-106.
Pierson, Stacey (2008) 'From the Daguan lu to the Shiqu baoji: Chinese Art Catalogues of the 18th century.' Autour des collections d’art en Chine au XVIIIe siècle, Hautes Études Orientales-Extrême-Orient, 8 (44). pp. 73-94.
Pierson, Stacey (2007) 'Sir Percival David: An Academic Collector.' Orientations . pp. 91-94.
Pierson, Stacey (2004) 'Special Commissions: Dedicatory Inscriptions on Chinese Blue-and-White Porcelain.' Orientations . pp. 18-23.
Pierson, Stacey (2002) 'Chinese Art and the Institutional Framing of University Collections.' The University of Hong Kong Museum Journal, vol. 1 . pp. 526-30.
Pierson, Stacey (2000) 'Precious Blue: Cobalt in Chinese Ceramic Glazes and Decoration.' Taoci (1). pp. 33-40.
Pierson, Stacey (2011) 'Review of 'Chinese Export Ceramics' edited by Rose Kerr and Luisa E. Mengoni.' Ceramic Review, 251 . p. 29.
Pierson, Stacey and Hay, Jonathan (2011) 'Review: Sensuous Surfaces.' Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies . (Forthcoming)
Pierson, Stacey and Kerr, Rose (2009) 'Review of Song China Through 21st Century Eyes.' Arts of Asia, 40 (1). pp. 138-139.
Pierson, Stacey (2004) Blue and White for China: Porcelain Treasures from the Percival David Foundation. [Shows/Exhibitions]