PUBLICATIONS

Peer-reviewed

 Rollins, Annie. “Puppetry’s Tangible Intangibility: the complexity of safeguarding an intangible performance form with tangible performing objects.” Puppetry International (peer-reviewed section). Forthcoming.

Rollins, Annie. “Idle Hands: Individual Effects of the Mechanization of Chinese Shadow Puppet Making.” Anthropology Now, 7.3 (2015), 23-31. Print.

 

Rollins, Annie. “Chinese Shadow Puppetry’s Changing Apprentice System; Questions of Continuance and a Survey of Remaining Shadow Puppet Practitioners in Mainland China 2008-2013.” Asian Theatre Journal, 32:1 (2015): 295-318. Print.

Conference Publications

Rollins, Annie. “Prompted by Politics: a case study of Chinese Shadow Puppetry’s transition from folk to modern commercialism”. Puppetry and Power Conference, Institut de la Marionette, Charleville France. Forthcoming.

Book Reviews

 Tuan, Iris H. Translocal Performance in Asian Theatre and Film. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. Asian Theatre Journal, forthcoming.

Chen, Fan Pen Li. Marionettes Plays from Northern China. New York: State University of New York Press, 2017. Asian Theatre Journal, Vol 35.1 (2018): 229-232. Print.

Industry Publications

Rollins, Annie. “Hands.” Spiffy Moves, 1.1 (2015): 12-13. Print.

Rollins, Annie. “The Last Masters.” Puppetry International, Issue #35 (2014) 8-11. Print.

Rollins, Annie. “An Uncommon Woman and Puppet Pioneer.” Rev. of Shadow Woman, by Grant Hayter-Menzies. Puppetry International, Issue #35 (2014) 34.  Print.

 

Rollins, Annie. “The Inheritance of Shadows.” Puppetry International, Issue #30 (2011) 32-35. Print.

 

Web Publications

Rollins, Annie. “Ancient Old Things.” Nomorepotlucks.com, No More Potlucks. Web. 1 Sept. 2015.

 

Rollins, Annie. “Fake It Till You Make It; China’s Folk Art Knock-off Culture.” Hipporeads.com. Hippo Reads. Web.  24 Mar. 2014.

 

Rollins, Annie. “The Slow Exchange.” Blog.fulbrightonline.org. Fulbright Student Program Blog. Web. 7 Oct. 2011.

 

Websites

www.chineseshadowpuppetry.com; first-ever comprehensive website on Chinese shadow puppetry. Currently garnering about 2000 new visitors per month.

 

www.annierollins.wordpress.com; fieldwork blog, over 80 posts and 40 artist profiles. Rollins, Annie. “Puppetry’s Tangible Intangibility: the complexity of safeguarding an intangible performance form with tangible performing objects.” Puppetry International (peer-reviewed section). Forthcoming.