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Joachim K. Bautze

Joachim K[arl] Bautze. Indian art historian with many years of experience in fieldwork in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Japan, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, and Thailand.

Abitur (university entrance diploma): January 1973, Herder-Oberschule (Gymnasium high school) Berlin- Charlottenburg
Doctorate (PhD): September 1982, Fachbereich Altertumswissenschaften (faculty of archaeology), Freie Universität Berlin (Free University of Berlin), in Indian art history
Habilitation (post doctoral lecture qualification): June 1990, faculty of archaeology, Free University, in Indian art history

  1. Fully employed student assistant at the Institute for Indian philology and art history at the Free University, Berlin, 3 years
  2. Fully employed research assistant, Institute for Indian philology and art history, ibidem, 5 years
  3. Scholarship holder of the Volkswagen foundation, Hannover. Project: Indian iconography, 2 ½ years
  4. Head of the art history department and professor (later: Arbeitsbereich area) at the South Asia Institute, University of Heidelberg, 10 years
  5. Visiting lecturer, Indian art history, ibidem, summer term 2002
  6. Fully employed professor, Indian art history, at the Wako Daigaku (Wako University), Tokyo, Japan, from October 2002 to March 2005
  7. Visiting lecturer, Chuo Daigaku (Chuo University), Tokyo, Japan, 2 years
  8. Since 2005: Commercial author and supplier of master illustrations for high circulation illustrated books on the arts and culture of India. Contract for services, Max Müller Bhavan (Goethe Institute) Chennai, India and Schloss Friedenstein, Gotha, Thuringia
  9. Visiting lecturer, Indian art history, Institute for Far Eastern Art, University of Heidelberg, summer term 2007
  10. Visiting professor, Kunsthistorisches Institut −Abteilung Kunstgeschichte Südasiens, Freie Universität Berlin, April 2008 - August 2010