Maria Fabricius Hansen
Karen Blixensvej 1, 2300 København S, KUA1, Building: 21.4.42
Born April 29 1964 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Studies in Art History at the University of Copenhagen from 1983 completed in December 1992 with the Danish Magister Degree.
From 1993 to August 1996 Ph.D.-student with a project on the subject of imagery of ruins in Italian fifteenth-century art, defended 1997, and subsequently rewritten and published as Ruinbilleder, 1999.
From September 1996 to December 1997 parttime Associate Professor in Art History at the University of Copenhagen. 1998-2002 Assistant Professor at the Dept. of Art History, Aarhus University, 2002-2014 Associate Professor.
In 2005 defence at Aarhus University of the "disputats", The Eloquence of Appropriation: Prolegomena to an Understanding of Spolia in Early Christian Rome, published in Rome, 2003.
2006: Rigmor and Carl Holst-Knudsen's Research Award, Aarhus University.
2014-: Associate Professor in Art History, Department of Arts and Cultural Studies, University of Copenhagen.
Boards and committees (member)
2001-08: Council of Fonden Orbis Terrarum. Institut til belysning af middelhavsområdets kulturelle arv; 2007-2014: The board of New Carlsberg Foundation and Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek; 2009-12: Museum jury of the Bikuben Foundation; 2010-2018: Board of the Danish Institute in Rome; 2011: The Jury of the Sculpture by the Sea award; 2014- : Council of the Danish Cultural Institute; 2014- : Advisory board of Store Taarn, Christiansø; 2015-2017: Board of Kunstforeningen Gl. Strand; 2015- : Board of art historian Torben Juel’s Mindelegat; 2015-2018: Board of Eigil H. Brünniche’s travel grant; 2015- : Board of the Society for the Publication of Danish Monuments; 2016- : The art historical committee of the Novo Nordisk Foundation; 2016- : Board of Landsdommer V. Gieses Legat; 2016- : Council and 2017-2019 Board of Design Museum Danmark; 2016-2019: Board of Skovgaardmuseet; 2018: Board of Grosserer L.F. Foghts Fond 2017-: Member of Societas Latina Daniae 2018-
Mag.art., Ph.d., and Dr.Phil. of Art History