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阿米·海勒博士(Dr. Amy Heller)简介

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阿米·海勒博士(Dr. Amy Heller),国际知名瑞士籍藏学、艺术史学学者,1992年获巴黎大学(La Sorbonne)藏族历史与哲学博士学位,掌握英、法、藏、意、西班牙、梵文等多种语言文字,在多种国际学术刊物及会议上发表高质量的学术论文50余篇,专著《西藏艺术》(Tibetan Art)以英、法、意、西班牙文和中文出版。自1986年以来,任法国国家科研中心西藏研究部(CNRSTibetan Studies Unit)准会员,法国巴黎吉美博物馆(Musée Guimet, Paris)、美国芝加哥艺术学院(Art Institute of Chicago)、瑞士瑞格斯堡瑞士纺织工艺基金会(Abegg-Stiftung, Riggisberg)等博物馆顾问,罗马大学客座教授(20062008)、四川大学中国藏学研究所客座教授等职,并参与西藏夏鲁寺、小昭寺维修计划,致力于西藏佛教艺术研究,领域涉及建筑、雕塑、绘画、织物、金银器等多方面。 

教育背景:Educational Background

1974 B.A. Cum Laude, Art History, Barnard College of Columbia University, New York City, New York.

1979 Diplôme de tibétain de Langues Orientales, Paris (INALCO)

1992 Diplôme de l’Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, IVe Section, Sciences Historiques et Philologiques du Tibet, La Sorbonne (under the direction of Prof. Ariane Spanien) Thesis: “Etude sur le développement de l’iconographie et du culte de Beg-tse, divinité protectrice tibétaine”, 320 pp.  

出版著作:Books: 

Hidden Treasures of the Himalayas: Tibetan manuscripts, paintings and sculptures of Dolpo, Serindia Publications, Chicago (2009). 《喜马拉雅藏珍:多波的藏文写本、绘画和塑像》,芝加哥,2009年。

Early Himalayan art, Buddhist sculpture of Nepal,Tibet, and Ladakh, c. 5th-14th centuries, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, England, 2008 《早期喜马拉雅艺术,尼泊尔、西藏和拉达克的佛教塑像,约5-14世纪》,英国牛津2008年。 

Tibetan Buddhist Art (in Chinese language), Beijing 2007 《西藏佛教艺术》,北京,2007

Amy Heller and Giacomella Orofino (eds.) Discoveries in Western Tibet and the Western Himalayas Essays on History, Literature, Archeology and Art  presented at a Panel of the 10th Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies, Oxford 2003,   Brill Publications, Leiden, 2007 《西藏西部和西喜马拉雅地区的发现》,莱顿,2007年。

Tibetan Art Tracing the Development of  Spirituality and Art in Tibet, 600 -2000 AD., Antique Collectors’ Club, London,1999;  Arte Tibetana, Jaca Book, Milano, 1999; Arts et Sagesses du Tibet,  Editions du Zodiaque, La Pierre qui Vire, France, 1999.Arte Tibetano, Libsa, Madrid, 2000. 《西藏艺术》 

1983-2010年主要论文:

Bibliography of principal articles and museum catalogues 1983-2010

1-1983  Catalogue of the Tibetan Collection of The Newark Museum, vol. I:Introduction, Newark N.J. (co-author with Valrae Reynolds).

2-1985   "Rkyal-'bud, an early Tibetan ritual", B.N. Aziz and M.Kapstein (eds), Soundings in Tibetan Civilization, New Delhi, pp. 257-267.

3-1986  Catalogue of the Tibetan Collection of The Newark Museum, vol. III: Painting and Sculpture, Newark N.J. (co-author with Valrae Reynolds and Janet Gyatso).

4-1986  "A propos de Mme Ariane Macdonald, "Une lecture des P.T. 1286, 1287,      1038, 1047, et 1290. Essai sur la formation et l'emploi des mythes politiques dans la religion royale de Srong btsan sgam po" (Etudes Tibetaines dédiées à la mémoire de Marcelle Lalou, Paris, 1971, pp. 190-391)." in The Journal of the Tibet Society, 6:73-78.

5-1987   "Phur-pa Tibetan Ritual Daggers", Arts of Asia, Hong Kong, vol.17:4, pp. 69-77 (co-author with Thomas Marcotty).

6-1988    "Early Textual Sources for the cult of Beg-tse", in H. Uebach and J. Panglung, eds., Tibetan Studies, Munich, pp. 185-196.

7-1989    "Mi-dbang's 1740 Decree to Batang",  Acta Orientalia Hung. 43  (2-3): 375-389.

8-1989    "Tibetan sculpture and painting in the Newark Museum", Arts of Asia, vol. 19/5: 139-147.

9-1990    "Remarques sur les divinités protectrices du Potala", in F. Meyer, ed., Tibet, Civilisation et Société, Paris, pp. 19-27.

10-1990  "Tibetan Documents in the Newark Museum", Orientations 21/4:62-69.

11-1991  "Word and Image, Sacred Languages of Tibet ", Exhibition  brochure, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, USA.

12-1992  “Historic and Iconographic Aspects of the Protective Deities srung ma dmar nag”, S. Ihara, ed., Tibetan Studies, Narita, pp. 479-92.

13-1993   “La sauvegarde des monuments historiques au Tibet”, in O. Moulin, ed., Tibet , l'envers du décor, Genève, pp. 177-182.

14-1994   “Ninth century Buddhist images carved at lDan-ma-brag to commemorate Tibeto-Chinese negotiations”, in P. Kvaerne, ed., Tibetan Studies, Oslo, pp. 335-349; Appendix pp. 12- 19.

15-1994   “Early Ninth Century Images of Vairochana from Eastern Tibet", Orientations 25/6:74-79.

16-1996      “Mongolian Mountain Deities and local gods: examples of rituals   for their worship in Tibetan language”, in A-M. Blondeau and E. Steinkellner , eds., Reflections on the Mountain, Wien, pp. 34-44.

17-1997   “Eighth and ninth century temples and rock carvings of Eastern Tibet”, in J.C.  Singer and P. Denwood, eds., Tibetan Art, Towards a Definition of  Style, London, pp. 86- 103; 296-297.

18-1997   “Les grandes divinités protectrices du gouvernement tibétain", in F. Pommaret, ed., Lhasa Lieu du divin, Genève, pp. 105-24

19-1997  “Notes on the Symbol of the Scorpion in Tibet", in S. Karmay and P. Sagant, eds., Les habitants du Toit du Monde, Société d’ethnologie, Nanterre , pp. 283-297.

20-1997     “Buddhist images and rock inscriptions from Eastern Tibet, Part IV” in E. Steinkellner et al., eds., Tibetan Studies, Wien, pp. 385-403.

21-1997   “A Set of 13th century  Tsakali” Orientations, 28/10:48-52.

 

22-1997   “An Eighth Century Child’s Garment of Sogdian and Chinese Silks”  in Chinese and Central Asian Textiles, Orientations, Hong Kong, pp.220-222.

23-1998       “Preliminary Remarks on the Excavations at Dulan” , Orientations, 29/9:84-92.

24-1998   “ Two Inscribed Fabrics and their Historical Context: Some observations on Esthetics and Silk Trade in Tibet, 7th to 9th  century”, in K. Otavsky, ed., Abegg Stiftung, Riggisberg  berichte, 95-118.

25-1998   “The Caves of Gnas mjal che mo”, in D. Klimberg-Salter and  E. Allinger, eds., The Inner Asian International Style, 12-14th Centuries, Wien,135-150.

26-1998   Book review Asiatische Studien, pp. 201- 208. G. Béguin, Les Peintures du Bouddhisme tibétain,   Paris, 1995;  R. Goepper and J. Poncar, with an essay by R. Linrothe. Alchi, London, 1997; D. Jackson, A History of Tibetan Painting, Wien, 1996.

27-1998   “Dulan, Some Preliminary remarks on the architecture and artefacts of the Tibetan Empire ” in Circle of Inner Asian Art , SOAS, newsletter no.8, pp. 52-54).

28-2000   book review, Orientations, 29/10: 95-97: R. Linrothe,     Ruthless Compassion, London, 1999; M. Rhie and R. Thurman,  Worlds of Transformation, New York, 1999.

29-2000  “Works from the Nyingjei Lam collection in the Light of Recent Sculptural Finds in Tibet” in Oriental Art XLVI/2: 14-23. Title was Misprinted: Correct title: :"Chronological Study of Dated  Sculptures from Tibet and theHimalayas, 7th-17 century".

30-2000  book review, MARG, 51/4 : 89-90: D. Weldon and J. Casey Singer, The Sculptural Heritage of Tibet, London, 1999.

31- 2000 book review, Tibet Forum 19/2: Roberto Vitali, Records of Tho.ling, Serindia publications, London, 1999.

32- 2001 “Robert Powell and his Himalayan Art” in Orientations 32/9:60-62.

33- 2001 book review, Circle of Inner Asian Art  newsletter no. 13: 56-57, R. Whitfield, S. Whitfield, N. Agnew Cave  Temples of Mogao,   Art and History on the Silk Road, Los Angeles, 2000

34- 2001  “On the development of the iconography of Acala and Vighnantaka in Tibet,” in R. Linrothe and H. Sorensen, eds., Embodying Wisdom, Seminar for East Asian Studies, Copenhagen, pp. 209-228.

35- 2001 “Indian style, Kashmiri style: Aesthetics of choice in Eleventh  Century Tibet”, Orientations 32/10: 18-25, figs. 8

36-2001  “Terma of Dolpo: The Secret Library of Pijor”, Orientations  32/10:  64-71, figs.15.

37-2002  “The Silver Jug of the Lhasa Jokhang” – online publication www.Asianart.com, 20 pp., 60 illustrations.

38-2002  “Did Atisha visit Zhalu monastery? Tracing Atisha's influence on Tibetan iconography" in D. Klimburg-Salter and E. Allinger, eds., Buddhist Art and Tibetan Patronage, Leiden, 45-58.

39- 2002  “Grathang, history and iconography of an 11th century  Tibetan temple, ” in E. Lo Bue, ed., Art History volume, Tibet Journal  vol. 27: 37-70.

40- 2002  Contributions in Rituels Tibétains,  Musée Guimet  Nathalie Bazin, ed., " le Nag thang  (peintures sur fond noir) et les divinités protectrices: quelques observations sur leur signification historique et leur développemen esthétique", 38-46; Catalogue entries: 6,11,12,18,20,21,22,24,25,27,29,34,39,41,42,44,45,46,48-55,57,58,59,60,61,62,64,66,67,68,69,70,71,72,73, 82.

41- 2002  “The Protective deities” in Lhasa in the Seventeenth Century, F. Pommaret, ed., Leiden, 81-98.

42- 2003   “The Three Silver Brothers”, Orientations 34/4:  29-34.

43- 2003  “Archeological Artefacts from the Tibetan Empire in Central Asia”, Orientations 34/4:  55-64,   21 illustrations. 

44- 2003  “The Tibetan inscriptions: Dedications, History and Prayers” Essay and Appendix of all Tibetan inscriptions in P. Pal, Himalayas an Aesthetic Adventure, Art Institute of Chicago, pp. 286-297.

45- 2003  “The Silver Jug of the Lhasa Jokhang: Some Observations on silver objects and costumes from the Tibetan Empire (7th -9thcentury)”, Silk Road Art and Archeology, vol.9 : 213-238.

46- 2004  “The Vajravali Mandala of Shalu and Sakya: The Legacy of  Buton (1290-1364)”, Orientations  35/4 :69-73

47- 2004  “Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara”, online catalogue entry for The Asia Society, New Yorkhttp://www.asiasocietymuseum.org/region_object.asp?RegionID=2&CountryID=6&ChapterID=14&ObjectID=499

48-2004    “Archeology of Funeral Rituals as revealed by Tibetan Tombs of  the 8th to 9th century",  published in M. Comparetti, ed., Festschrift for Boris Marshak, Eran ud Aneran. http://www.transoxiana.com.ar/Eran/index_eran_ud_aneran

49-2004     “Lhasa gtsug lag khang: Observations on the Ancient Wood carvings”, in Roberto Vitali, ed., Tibetan Monuments issue,   Tibet Journal , vol. 29/3: 3-24.

50-2004     Book Review. The Circle of Bliss: Buddhist Meditational Art, John C. Huntington and Dina Bangdel, in Marg, vol. 56/1: 98-101.

51-2005     “The Second Dalaï Lama” and “The Protective Deities”  in M. Brauen, ed, The Dalai Lamas, Chicago, pp. 42-51; 212-229.

52-2005  “A thangka portrait of ‘Bri gung Rin chen dpal, Jig rten gsum mgon”,  in  Journal of the International Association for Tibetan studies

                 www.jiats.org. JIATS, no. 1 (October 2005), THL #T1222, 10 pp.

53-2006     “Recent findings on Textiles from the Tibetan Empire” in R. Schorta, ed., Riggisberger Berichte 9, Central Asian Textiles and Their  Contexts in the Early Middle Ages , Abegg-Stiftung, Riggisberg, pp. 175-188.

54-2006      “Armor and Weapons in the Iconography of Tibetan Buddhist Deities” in D. La Rocca, ed., Warriors of the Himalayas:  rediscovering the arms and armor of Tibet. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, pp.  35-44.

55-2006  “Archeology of Funeral Rituals as revealed by Tibetan Tombs of the 8th to  9th century", in M. Compareti, P. Raffetta, G. Scarcia, eds., Eran ud Aneran, Studies Presented to Boris Illic Marshak on the Occasion of his 70th Birthday, Ca Foscarina, Venezia, pp. 261-274.

56- 2006   “Rezeption und Adaptation fremder ästhetisher Elemente in der tibetischen Skulptur – Eine Spurensuche” in R. Lee-Kalisch, ed.,      Tibet Klöster öffnen ihre Schatzkammern: Kulturstiftung Ruhr, Villa Hügel, Essen, pp. 80-89

57- 2006   “Reception and .Adaptation of foreign Esthetic elements in Tibetan sculpture”, English original of Villa Hügel essay, published online www.asianart.com to coincide with exhibition.

58- 2006   “Tibetan Paintings” in  R.C. Sharma, ed., Indian Art Treasures,  Suresh  Neotia Collection, Jnana Pravaha, Varanasi, pp. 91-99.

59-2006  “ The archeological investigations of Dulan: 8th century Tibetan tombs? “ in  Studies in Sino-Tibetan Buddhist Art, Proceedings of the Second International Seminar of Tibetan art and archaeology, Beijing, pp. 57-76.

60-2007  “Preliminary remarks on the Manuscripts of Gnas Gsar dgon pa in Northern Dolpo (Nepal) ”  in A. Heller and G. Orofino, eds.,     Discoveries in Western Tibet and the Western Himalayas,Leiden, pp.129-150.

61-2007 “P.T. 7a, P.T. 108, P.T. 240 and Beijing bsTan 'gyur  3489: Ancient Tibetan rituals dedicated to Vairocana”,  in R. Vitali, ed., The Pandita and the Siddha, Tibetan Studies in honor of E. Gene Smith, Library of Tibetan Works and Archives, Dharamsala, 85-91.

62-2007  “Lions and Elephants in Tibet, Eighth to Ninth Centuries” in J. A. Lerner and Lilla Russell-Smith (eds.), Journal of Inner Asian Art and Archaeology, volume 2. Roderick Whitfield Felicitation volume, Leiden, pp. 59-67.

63-2007  “Mural conservation in Tibet 1995-2007: Grathang, Shalu and Lukhang conservation projects” in F. De Filippi, ed., Restoration and Protection of Cultural Heritage in Historic Cities of Asia,  Politecnico di Torino, pp. 133-140.

64-2008  Book Review, Orientations, 39/4:73-74, S. Karmay and J. Watt, eds. Bon The Magic Word, New York.

65-2008  “The Ramoche Restoration Project, Lhasa.” Orientations, 39/6: 85-87.

66-2008  “Observations on an 11th century Tibetan inscription on a statue of Avalokitesvara » in Revue d’Etudes Tibétaines, n, 14 Tibetan Studies in Honour of Samten Karmay www.thdl.org, pp. 107-116.

67-2008  “Homage by an Emperor: a Yung-lo Embroidery Thangka” in Apollo Magazine, November, 2008: 64-70.

68-2008  “ Culture and Education, Questions 68, 69,70,71,72,73,75” in A.-M. Blondeau and K. Buffetrille, eds., Authenticating Tibet, Answers to China’s 100 Questions, University of California Press, 209-236.

69-2009   Facing the Music, Masks from the Himalayas, exhibition catalogue Rossi and Rossi, London. “The Religious Significance of

                the Cham” pp. 11-19; Descriptive Catalogue of Masks, pp. 24-84.

70-2009   “Tibetan Buddhist Sculptures in the Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Gallery” in Orientations 40/4: 58-63.

71-2010  “Remarques preliminaries sur l’iconographie des ma mo” in Jean- Luc Achard, ed. Etudes tibétaines en l’honneur d’Anne Chayet, Genève, 2010: 67-78.

72-2010  “Two Early Tibetan Ritual diagrams for Cakra Meditations” in Roberto Vitali, ed. The Earth Ox Papers, special issue of The Tibet Journal, vol xxxiv n 3 – vol xxxv n 2: 59-70.

73-2010   “Portable Buddhist sculptures of Mustang: a chronological selection 15tth through 17th century”  in Erberto Lo Bue, ed, Wonders of Lo, the Artistic Heritage, Mumbai, pp. 90-115.In press for 2011 and forthcoming:

THE SHALU CONSERVATION PROJECT” in Proceedings of the International Conference on Traditional Architecture and Conservation of Mural Paintings” Tibet University sept 20-24, 2004. To be edited by Knud Larsen and Amund Sinding-Larsen, Norwegian Technical University, Trondheim (in print for 2011?)

Preliminary Remarks on the Donor Inscriptions and Iconography of an 11th-century Mchod rten at Tholing” in Proceedings of the International Association for Tibetan Studies conference, 2006, Königswinter,  Erberto Lo Bue and Christian Luczanits, eds. Brill Publications (in print for 2011?)

 

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