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Hoyt Cleveland Tillman - SHPRS - Arizona State University

    HOYT CLEVELAND TILLMAN (Tian Hao)

Faculty of History

    School of Historical, Philosophical & Religious Studies Arizona State University (480) 838-1895 (Home) Tempe, AZ 85287-4302 (480) 965-5778 (Department) E-MAIL: HTillman@asu.edu (480) 965-0310 (departmental FAX)

EDUCATIONAL DEGREES

    Harvard University Ph.D. 1976 History and East Asian Languages

     Ford Foundation‘s University Graduate Prize Fellowship

     (Includes IUP Stanford Center, Taipei, 1970-71) Harvard University M.A. 1970 Regional Studies: East Asia

     Ford Foundation‘s University Graduate Prize Fellowship

     National Defense Foreign Language Fellowship, 1968-69 University of Virginia M.A. 1968 History

     Scholarship from Woodrow Wilson Foundation

    Belhaven College B.A. 1966 History

     Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and

     Universities

ACADEMIC TEACHING EMPLOYMENT

    Arizona State University 1988 Professor of Chinese Cultural History

     (from July 2009 in the School of Historical,

     Philosophical and Religious Studies)

     Barrett Honors College Honors Disciplinary Faculty;

     Chinese Studies Ph.D. Program in East Asian

     Languages and Civilizations;

     Ph.D. Program in the Human and Social Dimensions

     of Science and Technology, School of Life

     Sciences.

     Affiliated Professor: Center for Asian Research;

     Biology & Society Program in the School of

     Life Sciences;

     Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance

     Studies.

    Renmin (People‘s) University of China (2011-2013) Honorary Visiting Chair Professor,

     Department of History

    Peking (Beijing) University fall 2010 Visiting Professor, International Academy

     for Chinese Studies

    National Taiwan University spring 2009 National Science Council Chair Professor,

     Department of History

    Peking (Beijing) University fall 2003 Visiting Professor, Center for Studies of

     Ancient (Premodern) Chinese History

    Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (Munich) fall 2000 Visiting Professor, Sinology

    University of Washington winter-spring 1996 Visiting Professor

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    University of Hawaii summer 1994 Visiting Professor

    Arizona State University 1981-88 Associate Professor

    Arizona State University 1976-81 Assistant Professor

    Harvard University 1972-76 Teaching Fellow to Senior (Head)

     Tutor, East Asian Studies

AWARD/PRIZE for ACHIEVEMENTS in RESEARCH (most major ones)

Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Research Prize (Humboldt-Forschungspreis),

    nominated and hosted by the Institut für OstasienkundeSinologie,

    Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München (Munich), Germany, 2000-01. Research Affiliate, Center for Studies of Ancient Chinese History, Peking University,

    Beijing, 2004-.

    Hangzhou Shifan (Normal) University, Honorary Director of the International Song

    Research Center within the Academy for China Learning, 2011-

ACADEMIC RESEARCH POSITIONS

     Renmin University of China, School of History, Honorary Visiting Chair Professor,

    April through July, 2011.

     Peking University, Beijing, International Academy for China Studies, Visiting Professor,

    September through December, 2010.

     Huadong (East China) Normal University in Shanghai, Institute for Research on

     Ancient Texts, January through August, 2010.

     Peking University, Beijing, Center for Studies of Ancient Chinese History, Visiting

    Research Professor and Zhuanjia, September 2003 through December 2004.

     Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany, Institut für Ostasienkunde

    Sinologie, Visiting Professor with Alexander von Humboldt Research Prize,

    2000-2001.

     Academia Sinica, Institute of History & Philology, Visiting Research Professor,

    January-July, 2009; May-August, 2007; April, 2000; fall 1996; July-October

    1994.

     National Central Library, Center for Chinese Studies, Visiting Professor, July to

    October 1994.

     Academia Sinica, Institute for Chinese Literature and Philosophy, Visiting Professor,

    June 1993.

     Princeton University, East Asian Studies, Visiting Fellow, spring 1990. Peking University, Beijing, Department of History, Visiting Research Scholar,

    1982-84.

    Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, Institute of Philosophy, Visiting

    Scholar, 1982-83.

     Harvard University, East Asian Research Center, Resident Associate in Research,

    summer 1977.

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    NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL POSTDOCTORAL GRANTS

Research Grants:

     Institute for Asian and Pacific Research, Japan; P.I. Professor Yuyama Tomiko included

    me in this grant, Invention of Identities and Development of Pluralism -- from the

    Perspective of Asia/China, 2010-2013.

     Peking University‘s International Academy for China Studies, Beijing, September-

    December, 2010.

     U.S. Department of Education Fulbright-Hays Faculty Research Abroad, ―Evaluating

    Revivals of Confucian Values in Contemporary China: A Case Study of the Zhu

    (Xi) Family Association,‖ January-December, 2010, for research at Huadong (East

    China) Normal University‘s Institute for Research on Ancient Texts in Shanghai

    and at Peking University‘s International Academy for China Studies in Beijing. J. William Fulbright Foundation, Fulbright Senior Scholars Program, Council for

     International Exchange of Scholars (CIES), US Department of State, alternate

    2010-11.

     National Science Council (Taiwan), research collaboration and teaching two courses at

    National Taiwan University, January-July, 2009.

     American Council of Learned Societies, ―Tang Song Transition: An International

    Project for Reevaluating Tang Song Change and Continuity,‖ Conference

    Planning Grant, 2005-06.

    American Council of Learned Societies, CSCC Fellowship American Research in the

     Humanities in the PRC, for research at the Center for Studies of Ancient

     Chinese History, Peking University, Beijing, July-December 2004. J. William Fulbright Foundation, Fulbright Senior Scholars Program, Council for

     International Exchange of Scholars (CIES), US Department of State, for research

    at the Center for Studies of Ancient Chinese History, Peking University, Beijing,

    2003-04.

    Fulbright-Hays Faculty Research Abroad Program (U.S. Department of Education),

     2003-04, declined.

     Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Feodor Lynen-Forschungsstipendien;

    postdoctoral grant for Dr. Christian Soffel (University of Munich) to do research

    with me at ASU, 2002-03, renewed 2003-04.

    Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation, research grant for joint project with Peking

    University‘s Zhongguo Gudaishi Yanjiu Zhongxin (Center for Studies of Ancient

    Chinese History) and Academia Sinica‘s Shiyusuo (Institute of History &

    Philology), 2001-02 and 2002-03; non-cost extension to 8/2004.

     Wu Foundation Grant, 1996-97.

     Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation, senior scholar grant, 1994-95.

    National Central Library, Center for Chinese Studies, visiting researcher grant,

    Summer 1994.

     Pacific Cultural Foundation, summer 1993.

     American Council of Learned Societies, 1989-90.

     National Endowment for the Humanities, 1988-89.

     National Academy of Sciences, Committee for Scholarly Communications with China,

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    May 1985.

     National Academy of Sciences, Committee for Scholarly Communications with China,

    1983-84.

     National Academy of Sciences, Committee for Scholarly Communications with China,

    1982-83.

     Department of Education, Fulbright-Hays Faculty Research Abroad Program, 1982-83

    (jointly with CSCC grant).

     American Council of Learned Societies, 1982, declined.

     National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Stipend, 1980.

    Conference Grant:

     American Council of Learned Societies, conference on Cultural Values in North China

    during the 12th and 13th Centuries, held in Dec. 1983 at Oracle Conference

    Center, AZ, 1981. Project led by Stephen H. West.

    Institutional Grant:

     Japan Foundation, Support Program for Japanese Studies, Faculty Expansion Grant

    Program, historian of pre-modern Japan. Applied with colleague and project

    director Winston Kahn, three-year grant, 1993-96.

    Teaching Resources Grants (for revising or creating courses):

     Department of Education through the East Asian Program, Center for Asian Studies,

    Arizona State University, 1991.

     Department of Education through the Southwest Institute for Research on Women,

    1986.

    Travel Grants:

     Harvard University, Fairbank Center, International Conference on Benjamin Schwartz,

    sponsored by Harvard University and East China Normal University and the

    Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, Dec., 2006.

     Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation through University of Buffalo, for international

    conference on Sanguo culture, Sichuan, May-June, 2001.

     National Central Library, Center for Chinese Studies, for international conference on

    Chu Hsi Studies, November, 2000.

     Academia Sinica, Institute of History and Philology, for special invited lectures, April-

    May, 2000.

     Academia Sinica, Institute for Chinese Literature and Philosophy, to attend the

    International Conference on Chu Hsi Studies, Taiwan, May 1992.

     National Academy of Sciences, Committee for Scholarly Communications with China,

    to attend an international conference on Sung history, sponsored by Hebei

    University and Peking University, Aug. 1991.

     Chinese University of Hong Kong, to attend an international Sung history conference,

    Hong Kong, July 1995.

     American Council of Learned Societies, to attend an international conference on the

    Sung, sponsored by the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Dec. 1984.

UNIVERSITY POSTDOCTORAL AWARDS

     Institute for Humanities Research Publication Subvention Grant, for Cultural

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     Authority and Political Culture, December 2011.

    Institute for Humanities Research Competitive Seed Grant Program, with Stephen

     Bokenkamp, Huaiyu Chen, Yong-kyun Oh, 2009.

     Asian Research Grant, ASU Center for Asian Research, 2006, 2007.

     Interdisciplinary Fellow, Biology and Society Program, ASU, spring 2000.

     A.T. Steele Travel Grant, Center for Asian Studies, 1998, 2002, 2003.

     Publication subvention grant, ASU Vice-President for Research, CLAS Dean, &

    History Dept., winter 1996-97.

     College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, international travel grant to conference, 1996.

     Teaching Enrichment Award, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, summer, 1995.

     Humanities Research Award (from the Graduate College and the Interdisciplinary

    Humanities Program), 1988, 1992.

     History Associates Award to an Outstanding Faculty Member, 1987-88 (fourth year

    of the award).

     ASH (Arts, Social Science, Humanities) Grants, 1988, 1989, 1991.

     College Grant for Travel to International Conference, Xi'an, China, 1987.

     College Mini-Grants for Research Materials, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1992.

     College Summer Research Program, 1986, 1987, 1989.

     Graduate Research Assistant/Associate Support Program, 1985.

     Sung China Conference Grant (half of travel to match grant from ACLS to attend

    International Conference on the Sung in Hong Kong, Dec., 1985).

     Dean's Research Award, College of Liberal Arts, summer 1981.

     Provost's Research Incentive Award, 1981.

     Dean's Research Enrichment Award, Graduate College, 1978.

     Faculty Grant-In-Aid Awards, summers 1977, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1999.

PUBLICATIONS

Books:

     Cultural Authority and Political Culture: Exploring Issues with the Zhongyong and the

    Daotong during the Song, Jin and Yuan Dynasties, Co-authored with Christian

    Soffel (Muenchener Ostasiatische Studien; Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2012).

     Pangguan Zhuzixue: Luelun Songdai yu Xiandai Jingji, Jiaoyu, Wenhua, Zhexue

    (Bystander Perspectives on Zhu Xi Studies: Essays on Song and Modern

    Economics, Education, Culture and Philosophy), Shanghai: Huadong Shifan

    Daxue chubanshe (East China Normal University Press), 2011; xiv+257 pages.

     Juheeui Sayu Sagye (National Seoul University Professor Byounghwon Kim‘s Korean

    translation of my Zhu Xi de siwei shijie), Seoul: Kyoyook Kwahag sa (Educational

    Science Society), August, 2010, 390 pages.

     Lishi yu wenhua de zhuisuo: Yu Yingshi jiaoshou bazhi zhushou lunwenji (Historical thand Cultural Explorations: Essays Honoring the 80 Birthday of Professor Ying-

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    shih Yü), chief editor, Taipei: Linking (Lianjing) Books, 2009; xxiii+960 pages.

     Zhu Xi de siwei shijie (zengdingben). Expanded and revised edition of my Zhu Xi’s

    World of Thought. Taipei: Yunchen wenhua (Asian Culture), 2008; 553 pages.

     Also a version in PRC characters by Nanjing: Jiangsu Renmin chubanshe (People‘s

    Press), 2009; xxix+376 pages.

     Chanyuan zhi meng xinlun (New Discussions of the Shanyuan Treaty), co-edited with

     Zhang Xiqing, et al, Shanghai: Renmin chubanshe (People‘s Press), 2007; vi+211

    pages.

     10-13 shiji Zhongguo wenhua de pengzhuang yu ronghe (Cultural Conflict and ththSynthesis in China from the 10 to the 13 Centuries), co-edited with Zhang

    Xiqing and Huang Kuan-chung. Shanghai: Renmin chubanshe (People‘s Press),

    2006; vi+609 pages.

     Songdai sixiangshi lun (Collected Essays on the History of Thought in the Song

    Dynasty), an anthology of essays edited by Tian Hao (the Chinese name of Hoyt

    Tillman). Beijing: Zhongguo shehui kexue wenxian chubanshe (Social Sciences

    Documentation Publishing House, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences), 2003, iii

    + 661 pages. [Contains 18 essays, including 3 of my own, in addition to my

    Introduction.]

     Business as a Vocation: The Autobiography of Mr. Wu Ho-su. My translation (with an

    Introduction and Epilogue) of Huang Chin-shing‘s Ban shiji de fendou: Wu

    Huoshi xiansheng koushu zhuanji (Taibei: Yunchen wenhua gongsi, 1990).

    Cambridge: East Asian Legal Studies Program of Harvard Law School and

    distributed by Harvard University Press, 2002, xlii + 262 pages.

     Gongli zhuyi de rujia: Chen Liang dui Zhu Xi de tiaozhan (Utilitarian Confucianism:

    Chen Liang‘s Challenge to Zhu Xi), with my new Preface to the Chinese edition.

    Translated by Jiang Changsu. Haiwai Zhongguo yanjiu congshu (Collectanea of

    Chinese studies from overseas) series, edited by Liu Dong, Chinese Academy of

    Social Sciences, Beijing. Nanjing: Jiangsu renmin chubanshe, 1997; xvi + 206

    pages.

     Reprint edition by Fenghuang (Phoenix) Series, Jiangsu Renmin (People‘s) Press,

    January, 2012.

     Zhu Xi de siwei shijie (Zhu Xi's World of Thought). Revised and significantly

    expanded version of Confucian Discourse for a Chinese audience. I had help from

    Ch‘ih Sheng-ch‘ang, Niu Pu, Ji Xiao-bin, and others. China Monograph Series

    edited by Huang Chin-shing. Taipei: Asian Culture Co. (Yunchen wenhua gongsi),

    1996; 429 pages.

    Translated from traditional Chinese characters into PRC characters for a

    monograph series edited by Tang Yijie of Beijing University, and published; Xi‘an:

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    Shaanxi Province Normal University (Shaanxi shifandaxue chubanshe), 2002, vii +

    358 pages.

     China under Jurchen Rule: Essays on Chin Intellectual and Cultural History. Co-

    edited by Hoyt Cleveland Tillman and Stephen H. West. Series in Chinese

    Philosophy and Culture, edited by David L. Hall and Roger T. Ames. Albany:

    State University of New York Press, 1995, xxi + 385 pages.

     Ch'en Liang on Public Interest and the Law. Society for Asian and Comparative

    Philosophy Monograph Series, no. 12, edited by Henry Rosemont. Honolulu:

    University of Hawaii Press, 1994, xxi + 150 pages.

     Confucian Discourse and Chu Hsi's Ascendancy. Honolulu: University of Hawaii

    Press, 1992, xv + 328 pages.

    [A Japanese translation is almost completed by M. Seishu Kawahashi, Abbot of

    Reiganji (Zen) Temple.]

     Utilitarian Confucianism: Ch'en Liang's Challenge to Chu Hsi. Cambridge, Mass.:

    Harvard East Asian Monograph Series, no. 101, Harvard University Press, 1982;

    xvi + 304 pages.

Refereed Articles and Essays:

     ―Disorder (Luan) as Trauma: A Case Study of Reactions to the Mongol Conquest,‖ in

    Helwig Schmidt-Glintzer, Achim Mittag, and Jörn Rüsen, eds., Collective Identity,

    Experiences of Crisis and Traumas, Volume 2 of New Approaches to Chinese

    Historiography and Historical Culture from a Comparative Perspective.

    (Leiden: Brill), forthcoming.

     ―Southern Sung Confucianism,‖ in John Chaffee and Denis Twitchett, eds., Cambridge

    History of China, Volume 5, Part 2 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,

    2013), in press. (Almost published in 2011, but the chapter on Buddhism was not

    ready.)

     ―Chen Liang,‖ (an introduction and three translations from his works), in Irene Bloom

    and Wm. Theodore de Bary, eds., Sung Neo-Confucianism, (New York: Columbia

    University Press, forthcoming).

    ―Hao Jing dui Wujing, Zhongyong he Daotong de fansi‖ (Hao Jing‘s Reflections on the

    Five Classics, the Zhongyong and the Transmission of the Way), Zhongguo

    Wenzhesuo jikan (Journal of the Institute of Chinese Literature and Philosophy,

    Academia Sinica), forthcoming. Also being reviewed for publication in a volume

    on Chinese, Japanese and Korean Scholarship on the Confucian Classics, edited by

    Lin Ching-chang and So Kwan Po (Taipei: Wanzhuan lou Press).

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     Zhuzi wenhua fuxing de qianzaili: yi Zhuzi hunli xianzaiban wei li (Figuring the

    Potential for a Revival of Zhuzi Culture: An Analysis Based on Chinese Student

    Responses to the Modernized Zhuzi Wedding Ritual), first author with Margaret

    Tillman, Zhexue yu shidai (Philosophy and the Times), edited by Chen Lai, et. al.,

    to be submitted to Shanghai: Huadong Shida (East China Normal) University

    Press, 2011, pp. 225-241.

     ―Zhu Xi yanjiu zai Meiguo: yi Chen Rongjie, Yu Yingshi yu Tian Hao wei zhongxin‖

    (Zhu Xi Studies in America: Taking Wing-tsit Chan, Ying-shih Yü and Hoyt

    Tillman as center of discussion), in Fudan wenshi jiangtang (Fudan University

    Lectures on the Humanities), edited by Fudan Daxue Wen Shi Yanjiuyuan

    (National Institute for Advanced Humanistic Studies at Fudan University and

    published in Beijing by Zhonghua shuju), No. 4, November, 2011, pp. 103-124.

    Quanqiuhua jinchengzhong, ruhe chuangxin Rujia wenhua? Yi Shijie Zhuzhi Linhehui wei

    lizi‖ (How to Revitalize Confucian Culture in an Era of Globalization? Taking the

    World Zhu Family Association as an Example), in Zhuzi Wenhua (Zhu Xi Culture),

    2010, No. 6, pp. 2327. Will also be published in Rujia wenhua yushidai

    jingshen: 2010 Zhongguo Quzhou Ruxue luntan lunwenji (Confucian Culture and

    the Spirit of the Age: 2010 Quzhou, China International Forum on Confucianism),

    edited by Teng Fu, et al. (Hangzhou: Zhejiang Guji chubanshe, forthcoming 2012).

    Lai zi Menggu zhengfu dangzhong de guandian: Hao Jing dui Tang Song wenhua

    zhuanbian yu lianxu de fanxing,‖ (A Perspective from the midst of the Mongol

    Conquest: Hao Jing‘s Reflections on Cultural Change and Continuity from Tang to

    Song), in Yudi, kaogu yu shixue xinshuoLi Xiaocong jiaoshou huanli wenji

    (New Discussions of Territory, Archeology and History: A Commemorative

    Volume for Professor Li Xiaocong‘s Retirement), edited by Cheng Yi‘nong et al.,

    (Beijing: Zhonghua shuju, forthcoming, 2012), pp. 476-479.

     ―A Joyful Union: The Modernization of the Zhu Xi Family Wedding Ceremony,‖ second

    author with Margaret Tillman, Oriens Extremus, No. 49, (2010) [Summer, 2011],

    Germany, pp. 115-142.

     Explorations into Song-Yuan Intellectual History: Any Contemporary Relevance?

    (Keynote Address to the Korean Society for Chinese Studies), (Chung Kuk Hak

    Po, Journal of Chinese Studies, published by The Korea Society for Chinese

    Studies), Vol. 64 (December, 2011), pp. 537-569 (Korean version, pp. 537-551,

    English version, 552-569).

     ―Xijie lianli: Zhuzi jiali?hunli de xiandaihua‖ (A Joyful Union: The Modernization of

    the Wedding Rituals from the Zhu Xi Family Rituals), second author with Tian

    Mei (Margaret Tillman), Zhongguo Renleixue pinglun (China Anthropology

    Review), No. 19 (2011), pp. 140-156. A revised version was also published in

    Renwen yu jiazhi (Humanity and Values), edited by Chen Lai and Zhu Jieren

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    (Shanghai: Huadong Shifan Daxue chubanshe, 2011), pp. 225-241.

     ―Rujia wenhua ruhe chuangxin?‖ (How to revitalize Confucian Culture?), in Beijing‘s

    Zhonghua dushu bao (China Reading Weekly), No. 191, October 20, 2010, pp. 1,

    9, as well as a shorter version in Fujian‘s Sanming ribao (Sanming Daily), October

    17, 2010, p. A3.

     ―Zhang Shi‘s Philosophical Perspectives on Human Nature, Heart/Mind, Humaneness

    and the Supreme Ultimate,‖ in Neo-Confucian Philosophy, edited by John

    Makeham, in the Dao Companion to Chinese Philosophy Series, edited by Yong

    Huang. (Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer, 2010), pp. 125-151.

     ―Shehui, jingji lingyu zhong xuanzexing de Rujia jiazhiguan he shequn guanxiwang‖

    (Selected Confucian Networks and Values in Society and the Economy),

    in Zhongguo Ruxue (Chinese Confucianism), vol. 4, edited by Wang Zhongjiang

    and Li Cunshan, (Beijing: Zhongguo shehui kexue chubanshe [China‘s Academy of

    Social Sciences Press], December, 2009 [actually spring 2010]), pp. 287-315.

―Ruxue lunli he jingshi sixiang: tantao Chen Liang, Chen Huanzhang and Shibusawa Eiichi

    de guandian (Confucian Ethics and Statecraft Thought: An Inquiry into the Ideas

    of Chen Liang, Chen Huanzhang and Shibusawa Eiichi), in Tian Hao (Tillman),

    ed., Lishi yu wenhua de zhuisuo: Yu Yingshi jiaoshou bazhi zhushou lunwenji th(Historical and Cultural Explorations: Essays Honoring the 80 Birthday of

    Professor Ying-shih Yü), Taipei: Linking (Lianjing) Books, 2009, pp. 107-133.

    ―Zhu Xi yu Daoxue de fazhan zhuanhua‖ (Zhu Xi and the Transformation of Learning of

    the Dao Confucianism), Songdai xinruxue de jingshen shijie yi Zhuzixue wei

    zhongxin (The Intellectual World of Neo-Confucian in Song Dynasty: Taking the

    study of Zhu Xi as the Center of Discussion), edited by Wu Zhen, ed., (Shanghai:

    East China Normal University Press, 2009), pp. 10-23.

    ―Lishi shijie zhong de Rujia he Ruxue‖ (Historical Worlds of Confucians and

    Confucianism), transcribed interview conducted by Ge Huanli, Linyi Shifan

    Xueyuean Xuebao (Journal of the Linyi Normal College, Shangdong Province),

    Vol. 31, No. 4 (August, 2009), pp. 40-44.

    ―Rujia jioayu shi geti zijue huoshi jiyou zhihui de chuandi?‖ (Is Confucian Education

    Individual Self-Realization or the Transmission of Wisdom?) Gujin Lunheng

    (Disquisitions on the Past & Present, the journal of the Research Group on the

    History of Health and Healing, Institute of History & Philology, Academia Sinica),

    No. 19 (June, 2009), pp. 93-110.

―Distant Echoes of Chen Liang‘s Statecraft Thought? Chen Huan-chang and Shibusawa

    Eiichi on Confucian Ethics and Economics,‖ Studies in Chinese History, a

    trilingual journal published in Tokyo, Japan, No. 18 (2008) [2009], pp. 1-26.

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Gensui Shihuazi Laoshi yanjiu Songdai sixiangshi: lun Zhu Xi he tian‖ (Researching Song

    Intellectual History with Professor Schwartz: Discussions of Zhu Xi and the ‗Mind

    of Heaven‘), in Xu Jilin and Zhu Zhenghui, eds., Shihwazi yu Zhongguo (Schwartz

    and China). Changchun: Gilin chuban jituan, 2008, pp. 154-170.

A Perspective from the midst of the Mongol Conquest: Hao Jing‘s Reflections on

    Cultural Change and Continuity from Tang to Song, in Huang Kuan-chung, et al.,

    ed., Jitiao yu bianzou: 7-20 shiji de Zhongguo guoji xueshu yantiao hui (Keynote thand Variation: International Scholarly Essays on China from the 7 through the th20 Centuries), Taipei, Taiwan: National Cheng-chi (Zhengzhi) University, 2008,

    vol. 3, pp. 21-28.

―Yingxiong huozhe shengren? Fenxi Chen Shou he Pei Songzhi de Zhuge Liang‖ (Hero

    or Sage? Analyzing Chen Shou‘s and Pei Songzhi‘s Zhuge Liang), Deng

    Guangming jiaoshou bainain yandan jinian lunwenji (Volume of Essays to thCommemorate the 100 Anniversary of the Birth of Professor Deng Guangming),

    edited by Peking (Beijing) University Center for Studies of Premodern China

    (Beijing: Zhonghua zhuju, 2008), pp. 385-395.

    ―Either Self-realization or Transmission of Received Wisdom in Confucian Education?

    An Inquiry into Lü Zuqian‘s and Zhu Xi‘s Constructions for Student Learning,‖ in

    Educations and Their Purposes: A Philosophical Dialogue among Cultures,

    edited by Roger T. Ames and Peter D. Hershock (Honolulu: University of Hawaii

    Press, 2008), pp. 270-288.

―Lun Zhu Xi he Tian,‖ (On Zhu Xi and Tian), Huadong shifan daxue xuebao (Journal of

    East China Normal University, Shanghai), No. 1 (2008), pp. 1-8 and 17.

     eeLes académies confucéennes dans en Chine au temps des Song (X-XIII siécle),‖

    translated by Pierre-Henri Durand, in Christian Jacob, et al. eds., Les Lieux de

    savoir: Espaces et communautés (Sites of learning: Spaces and communities),

    Paris: Albin Michel, 2007, pp. 323-342.

―Some Historical and Philosophical Sources of the Sanguo yanyi: Sima Guang and Chen

    Liang on Zhuge Liang,‖ in Kimberly Besio, ed., Three Kingdoms and Chinese

    Culture (Albany: State University of New York Press), 2007, pp. 53-72.

―Xifang xuezhe yanzhong de Chanyuan zhi meng‖ (The Treaty of Shanyuan in the Eyes of

    Western Scholars), in Chanyuan zhi meng xinlun (New Discussions of the

    Shanyuan Treaty), edited by Zhang Xiqing, Tian Hao, et al., Shanghai: People‘s

    Press, 2007, pp. 92-112.

    ―Song, Jin, Yuan wenhua sixiang pengzhuang yu ronghe: Tanjiu Hao Jing de Yi-Xia guan,

    zhengtonglun yu daoxue yanbian‖ (The Confrontation and Unification of Song, Jin

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