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Ceramics in America

Michelle Erickson's body of scholarship concerning the rediscovery of seventeenth and eighteenth century ceramics techniques has been documented in many publications, most notably in the annual journal Ceramics In America, edited by Robert Hunter and published by The Chipstone Foundation.



2001

Ceramics in America 2001, Dots, Dashes, and Squiggles: Early English Slipware Technology

2002

Ceramics in America 2002, Scratched in Clay: Seventeenth-Century North Devon Slipware at Jamestown, Virginia

2003

Ceramics in America 2003, Swirls and Whirls: English Agateware Technology

Ceramics in America 2003, Meditations on a Chinese Musician

Ceramics in America 2003, "Informed Conjecture": Collecting Long Island Redware

Ceramics in America 2003, Delftware at Historic Deerfield, 1600-1800

2005

Ceramics in America 2005, The Destruction of the Benjamin DuVal Stoneware Manufactory, Richmond, Virginia

2007

Ceramics in America 2007, Bonnin and Morris Redivivus

Ceramics in America 2007, Making a Bonnin and Morris Pickle Stand

Ceramics in America 2007, The American Arcanum: Porcelain and the Alchemical Tradition

2008

Ceramics in America 2008, Fit for a Queen

2009

Ceramics in America 2009, Making a Moravian Faience Ring Bottle

Ceramics in America 2009, Making a Moravian Squirrel Bottle

Ceramics in America 2009, Tradition and Adaptation in Moravian Press-Molded Earthenware

2010

Ceramics in America 2010, Making a Marbled Slipware Bowl

2013

Ceramics in America 2013, A Hole in One? or, In Search of Piggy Banks and Christmas Boxes

2014

Ceramics in America 2014, Specializing in the Diverse: A Journey in Ten Ceramic Objects