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Prof. Dr. Sarah E. Fraser


1987 – 1996 | The University of California, Berkeley

History of Art Department.
Doctoral Thesis: "The Artist's Practice in Tang Dynasty China,
8th-10th Centuries."
M.A. thesis (1989): "Journey Without a Destination: Shi Tao's 1696: 'Qingxiang Sketches of Calligraphy and Painting'."

1992 – 1993 | Peking University, Beijing

Senior Graduate Fellow, Archaeology Department.
Doctoral Research, US National Academy of Sciences Fellowship (CSCC).

1990 – 1991 | Kobe University, Kobe

matriculated doctoral student in Chinese Art History, US Department of Education, FLAS Fellowship.

1982 | The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Major: History of Art with Departmental Honors
Honors thesis: "Palatial Architecture and City Planning at Tang Chang'an." (Magna Cum Laude)
Major courses in the arts of China, India, Japan, and Southeast Asia. Chinese literature graduate coursework: Sinological Research Tools.

Summer 1981 | Middlebury College, Vermont

Intensive Classical Chinese.

1979 – 1980 | Tung-hai University, Taichung

Year-abroad program in Chinese literature.

Summer 1979 | National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei

and Mandarin Daily Language Training Center.
Intensive Chinese

Academic Positions and Employment

since 2012 | Heidelberg University, Heidelberg

Institut für Kunstgeschichte Ostasiens,
Zentrum für Ostasienwissenschaften
Chair, Chinese Art History, since 2012
Faculty, Cluster of Excellence "Asia and Europe in a Global Context", since Winter 2013
Director, Institute of East Asian Art History, since Fall 2013

1996 – 2012 | Northwestern University, Evanston

Department of Art History
Associate Professor (2002 – 2012). Assistant Professor (1996 – 2002). Tenured June 2002.
Department Chair, 2003; 2004 – 2007
Established graduate and undergraduate curriculum in Asian Art History
University Service

Visiting Faculty

Summer 2007 | Heidelberg University, Heidelberg

Institut für Kunstgeschichte Ostasiens,
Zentrum für Ostasienwissenschaften
Visiting Professor.

May – August 2000 | École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris

Directrice d'Études, Sciences historiques et philologiques.

Spring 2000 | Stanford University, Stanford

Visiting Assistant Professor

1988; 1994 – 1995 | University of California

Berkeley, Lecturer; Graduate Student Instructor, 1988; 1995.
Santa Cruz, Visiting Lecturer, 1994.

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Letzte Änderung: 25.02.2015
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