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哈佛大学终身教授汪悦进博士个人信息
Curriculum Vitae
EUGENE YUEJIN WANG
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Professor of Asian Art
HARVARD UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY OF ART AND ARCHITECTURE
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EDUCATION

• Ph.D. Art History, Harvard University, 1997.

• A.M. East Asian Languages and Civilizations, Harvard University, 1990.

• M.A. Comparative Literature, Fudan University, Shanghai, 1986.

• B.A. English, Fudan University, Shanghai, 1983.

MAJOR GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS

Guggenheim Fellowship, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 2005. Charles A. Ryskamp Research Fellowship, American Council of Learned Societies, 2005. Getty Collaborative Grant, J. Paul Getty Center, Los Angeles, 2005. Millard Meiss Publication Award (for Shaping the Lotus Sutra), 2004. Metropolitan Center for Far Eastern Art Grant (for Shaping the Lotus Sutra), 2003. J. Paul Getty Postdoctoral Fellowship in the History of Art and Humanities, Getty Center, Los Angeles, 1998-99. American Council of Learned Societies, Research Grant, 1998. Ittleson Fellowship, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., 1994-95. Mellon Fellowship; Agnes Mongan Fellowship in Art History, 1993-94. Richard and Susan Smith Foundation Fellowship, 1991-2. Harvard-Yenching Fellowship, 1988-91.

OTHER ACADEMIC HONORS

The Academic Achievement Award in memory of the late Prof. Nichijin Sakamoto, Rissho University, Japan, in recognition of the Shaping the Lotus Sutra. S.T. Lee Lecture in Asian Art and Archeology. University of Sidney, 2008. Sammy Yukuan Lee Lecture on Chinese Archaeology and Art at Lenart Auditorium, Fowler Museum of Cultural History, UCLA. Title, “Snake, Stupa, and Sunset: The Making of a Chinese Landscape View Over a Millennium,” sponsored by the Sammy Lee Foundation and Center for Pacific Rim Studies, UCLA, 1999. The Murphy Lecture at the University of Kansas. Title, “How to Do Things with Xu Bing?” 2000.

TEACHING AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS

Harvard University Certificate of Distinction in Teaching, Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning, Harvard University, 1993. Hoopes Prize for supervising Rita Hao’s Senior Thesis, “Misorientations: The ‘85 New-Wave’ and the 1989 China/Avant-Garde Exhibition,” Harvard University, 1994. Supervised Motoko Shimizu’s ALM thesis, “A Japanese in Paris 1913-1929: Léonard Tsuguharu Foujita and the Problem of Cultural Identity,” recipient of the Annamae and Allan R. Crite Prize from the Harvard Extension School and the Harvard Extension Alumni, 2000. Supervised Joycelyn Chua’s senior honors thesis, “The Screening Box: Nam-June Park: Ethnographer /Native Informant Oscillation,” awarded summa cum laude and the Matthew Abramson Prize for Best Senior Thesis, Harvard University, 2000.

EMPLOYMENT

• Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Professor of Asian Art, 2005-

• Gardner Cowles Associate Professor of History of Art and Architecture, Harvard University, 2002-2005.

• Assistant Professor of History of Art and Architecture, Harvard University, 1997-02.

• Assistant Professor of Art History, The University of Chicago, 1997.

• Instructor of Art History, The University of Chicago, 1995-6.

汪悅進 (Eugene Wang), 美國哈佛大學藝術史系洛克菲勒亞洲藝術史專席終身教授。曾獲美國古根海姆 (Guggenheim) 基金會學術成就獎及美國專業學會所頒賴斯康姆獎, 及哈佛大學教學獎。專著《塑造法華經:中國中古佛教視覺文化》獲日本岅本日深學術獎。曾任美國國家美術館高級視覺藝術研究所,盖蒂基金会,立青基金会顧問, 美國大學藝術史協會機關刊物Art Bulletin 編委會編委, 麥克米蘭出版社《佛教百科全書》副主編。一度為哈佛大學文理學院網頁四位首頁人物之一。 著述內容廣泛, 涉及古代墓葬禮儀藝術,青銅器紋飾,佛教石窟造像與壁畫, 歷代書畫,雕塑,建築,版画,攝影,電影, 及當代藝術等方面。曾受邀於奧地利維也納大學, 德国柏林大学,海德堡大学,法蘭克福大學, 瑞士蘇黎世大學, 澳洲悉尼大学,加拿大多倫多大学,美国普林斯頓,耶魯, 斯坦福,加州伯克萊等大學講學。

......Eugene Y. Wang is the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Professor of Asian Art at Harvard University. His extensive publications cover a full range of Chinese art history from the early funerary art to modern and contemporary art and cinema. He has received Guggenheim, Getty, and ACLS Ryskamp Fellowships. His book Shaping the Lotus Sutra: Buddhist Visual Culture in Medieval China garnered the Academic Achievement Award (2006) from Japan. He is the art history editor of the Encyclopedia of Buddhism (2004). He has served on the advisory board of the Center for Advanced Study of Visual Art, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., Getty Foundation, the Li Ching Cultural and Educational Foundation, and the editorial board of The Art Bulletin. His current research encompasses issues of art without spectators, visual programming, material forms of intelligence, and inter-subjectivity effects.

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