Curriculum Vitae Fan Jeremy Zhang December 26, 2014 General Information



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Curriculum Vitae
Fan Jeremy Zhang
December 26, 2014

General Information
University address: John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art
Ringling Center for Cultural Arts
5401 Bay Shore Road
Florida State University
Sarasota, FL 34243
Phone: 941-359-5700-1704; Fax: 941-359-5745

E-mail address: fan.zhang@ringling.org



Professional Preparation
2010 PhD, Brown University. Major: Art History. East Asian Art and Archaeology.
2003 MA, Vanderbilt University. Major: Art History. East Asian Art and Archaeology.

Professional Experience
2013–present Helga Wall-Apelt Associate Curator of Asian Art, Ringling Center for Cultural Arts, Florida State University. Responsible for the care and development of the permanent Asian collection; the planning and installation of the new Asian Wing; the teaching of art and museum studies courses at FSU; the organization of special exhibitions and the production of scholarship on permanent collection.
2010–2013 Freeman/McPherson Post-doctoral Curatorial Fellow and Lecturer of Asian Art, Department of Art and Museum of Art, Smith College.
2005–2006 Curatorial Research Fellow, Asian Art Department, The RISD Museum of Art.
2003–2004 Curatorial Research Assistant, Department of Asian Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Language Proficiency
Chinese - native in speaking, reading, and writing.

French - none in speaking and writing; intermediate in reading.

Japanese - rudimentary in speaking; fluent in reading; advanced in writing.

Fellowship(s)
Dissertation Research Fellowship, American Council of Learned Societies, NYC (2008–2009).

Current Membership in Professional Organizations
Association for Asian Studies; Society for East Asian Archaeology; American Alliances of Museums

Teaching
Chinese Art and Culture; East Asian Art and Archaeology; Museum Studies.
Courses Taught
Art of East Asia: Traditions and Innovations (ARH 221)

Art of China (ARH 222)

Art and Technology: Chinese Bronzes (special studies) (ARH 390)

Material Culture of Conquest Dynasties (ARH 375)



Research and Original Creative Work
Art and Archaeology of Middle Period China and Japan (7th-14th Centuries); Material Culture of China's Conquest Dynasties; Asian Art Collecting and American Visual Culture; Ritual and Theater in Chinese Art Chinese Art Photography.
Publications
Invited Journal Articles
Zhang, F. (2013). The Asian Collection at the Smith College Museum of Art: A Centennial Review. Orientations, 2, 126-134.
Zhang, F. (2007). Liao Funerary Architecture and Khitan Ethnic Identity. Lishi jianzhu, no.1, 85-93.

Refereed Journal Articles
Zhang, F. (in press). Jin Dynasty Pingyang and the Rise of Theatrical Pictures. Artibus Asiae, no. 74.2 (2014), 40 pages.
Zhang, F. (2009). The Sinicization Model and Archaeological Studies of Liao Burials: Towards A New Understanding of Khitan Culture. Neimenggu wenwu kaogu (Cultural Relics and Archaeology in Inner Mongolia), no. 1, 102-109.
Zhang, F. (2009). Theater Underground: Representations of Zaju Drama in Song-Jin Tombs in Northern Henan and Southern Shanxi. Zhongyuan wenwu (Cultural Relics of the Central Plains), no. 4, 88-95.
Zhang, F. (2007). Wang Ji's Travel Diaries: Some Aspects of Liao and Jin Art Reflected in his Writings. Beifang wenwu (Cultural Relics of North China), no. 4, 37-43.
Zhang, F. (2005). A Tentative Discussion of Zhenrong ouxiang from Liao Tombs in Xuanhua. Zhongguo lishi wenwu (Chinese History and Cultural Relics), no. 1, 58-62.
Zhang, F. (2001). Some Issues Regarding Jade Use in the Yinxu Burials. Museum Studies, no. 4, 55-62.

Edited Books
Zhang, F. (Ed.). (contract). Royal Taste: The Art of Princely Courts in Fifteenth-Century China. Manuscript under contract for publication, New York: The Scala.
Zhang, F. (Ed.). (2013). Collecting Art of Asia: Highlights of the Asian Collection at the Smith College Museum of Art. Smith College Museum of Art.

Refereed Book Chapters
Zhang, F. (2015). Collecting Asian Art at American College Museums: Two Collectors. In Elisabetta Marino and Tanfer E. Tunc (Ed.), The West in Asia /Asia in the West (pp. 192-202). Jefferson, NC: McFarland Publishing.

Refereed Proceedings
Zhang, F. (submitted). Dream, Spirit, and Romantic Encounter: Theatrical Pictures in Jin and Yuan Art. Manuscript submitted for publication, 32 pages.

Invited Reviews
Zhang, F. (in press). Review of Kirk A. Denton's Exhibiting the Past: Historical Memory and the Politics of Museums in Postsocialist China (2014). The China Journal, 3 pages.
Zhang, F. (in press). Review of Marzia Varutti's Museums in China: The Politics of Representation after Mao (2014). The China Journal, no. 73, 3 pages.
Zhang, F. (2012). Review of Francesca R. Sborgi Lawson's The Narrative Arts of Tiānjīn: Between Music and Language (2011). The China Journal, no. 67, 212-214.
Zhang, F. (2011). Review of David Johnson's Spectacle and Sacrifice: The Ritual Foundations of Village Life in North China (2009). The China Journal, no. 66, 181-184.

Refereed Reviews
Zhang, F. (2008). Review of Naomi Standen's Unbounded Loyalty: Frontier Crossings in Liao China (2007). Chinese Studies Newsletter, no. 27.3, 57-58.

Nonrefereed Journal Articles
Zhang, F. (2009). The Chinese Exploration of the Lingnan Region during the Qin and Han Periods: An Archaeological Perspective. The Frontier Economy and Culture, no.12, 100-102.
Zhang, F. (2008). The Folktale of the White Snake and the Underground Palace of Leifeng Pagoda. Historical Monthly, no. 9, 8-12.

Nonrefereed Proceedings
Zhang, F. (2011). Spectacle and Entertainment: Commercial Printing of Early Thirteenth Century China. In Paper given in the 125th Annual Meeting of American Historical Association, Boston (pp. 24). AHA online database.

Presentations
Invited Papers at Conferences
Zhang, F. (presented 2014, June). Dream, Spirit, and Romantic Encounter: Theatrical Pictures in Jin and Yuan Art. Paper presented at The International Conference on Middle Period China, 800-1400, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. (International)
Zhang, F. (presented 2014, March). Decorating Tomb with Arias: Early Theatrical Texts and the Transcendence After Life. Paper presented at The 73rd Annual Meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, The Association for Asian Studies, Philadelphia, PA. (International)
Zhang, F. (presented 2013, March). Ancestors, Family, and Filial Piety: Pictures of Moral Suasion in Jin-Yuan Tombs. Paper presented at The 72nd Annual Meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, The Association for Asian Studies, San Diego, CA. (International)
Zhang, F. (presented 2012, October). Bridging West and East: Smith College and the Collecting of Asian Art in Early 20th-Century America. Paper presented at The New England Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference, The New England Association for Asian Studies, Amherst, MA. (Regional)
Zhang, F. (presented 2012, June). Performing Drama for Ancestors: Representation of Theater in Jin-dynasty Tombs. Paper presented at The 5th Worldwide Conference of the Society for East Asian Archaeology, The Society for East Asian Archaeology. (International)
Zhang, F. (presented 2011, April). Architecture as Religious Culture: A Case Study from Jin-dynasty Shanxi. Paper presented at The 70th Annual Meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, The Association for Asian Studies, Honolulu, HI. (International)
Zhang, F. (presented 2011, January). Spectacle and Entertainment: Commercial Printing of Early Thirteenth Century China. Paper presented at The 125th Annual Meeting of American Historical Association, American Historical Association, Boston, MA. (National)
Zhang, F. (presented 2009, October). Text and Context: Filial Piety Stories and Theatre in Southern Shanxi. Paper presented at The New England Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference, The New England Association for Asian Studies. (Regional)
Zhang, F. (presented 2008, March). Drama Entertains the Spirit: Theatrical Representations from Jin Dynasty Pingyang. Paper presented at The 11th Annual Harvard East Asia Society Graduate Student Conference, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. (National)

Invited Presentations at Symposia
Zhang, F. (presented 2009, June). Duan Family's Burials and Ancestral Rites of the Jin Dynasty. In Summer Symposium of Asian Archaeology and Early History. Presentation at the meeting of The American Council of Learned Societies, Tarrytown, NY. (National)

Invited Lectures and Readings of Original Work
Zhang, F. (2014, November). The Birth of Chinese Landscape Painting: An Archaeological Perspective. Delivered at Sarasota Sumie Society, Sarasota, FL. (Local)
Zhang, F. (2014, October). Chinese Funerary Art in the Cultural and Architectural Context. Delivered at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN. (National)
Zhang, F. (2014, September). Performing Images in Middle-Period Chinese Art. Delivered at Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO. (National)
Zhang, F. (2014, January). Asian Art at the Ringling: History, Highlight, and Prospect. Delivered at The US-China Friendship Association and the Gulf Coast Chinese-American Association. (Local)

Exhibitions
Juried Exhibitions
Zhang, F. (contract). Royal Taste: The Art of Princely Courts in Fifteenth-Century China [International travelling exhibition]. Hubei Provincial Museum and the Ringling Museum.
Zhang, F. (2014, August–2015, February). Seeing the Unseen: Photography and Video Art in China Now. The Ringling Museum.
Zhang, F. (2013, February–May). Collecting Art of Asia: 1913-2013. Smith College Museum of Art.
Zhang, F. (2012, February–May). Pursuing Beauty: The Art of Edo Japan. Smith College Museum of Art.
Zhang, F. (2011, September–December). Transcending Boundaries: The Art and Legacy of Tang China. Smith College Museum of Art.

Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
Zhang, F. (Jan 2015–Oct 2015). Royal Taste: The Art of Princely Courts in 15th-Century China Exhibition Catalog. Funded by The Carpenter Foundation. Total award $25,000.
Zhang, F. (2014–2014). Grant supporting the exhibition "Seeing the Unseen". Funded by Asian Cultural Council. Total award $6,000.

Service
Consultation
The Field Museum. Provide curatorial consultation to its new China Hall project (2013–present).


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