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Art and Archaeology

Books and Articles

  • Amitai, Reuven, and Biran, Michal, eds. Nomads as Agents of Cultural Change: The Mongols and Their Eurasian Predecessors. Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press, 2015.

  • Barnes, Gina L. Archaeology of East Asia: The Rise of Civilization in China, Korea and Japan. Oxford: Oxbow, 2015.

  • Bertrand, Arnaud. “La formation de la Commanderie Impériale de Dunhuang (Gansu) des Han Antérieurs: l'apport des Sources Archéologiques.” Arts Asiatiques 70 (2015), 6476.

  • Bemmann, Jan, and Schmauder, Michael, eds. Complexity of Interaction along the Eurasian Steppe Zone in the First Millennium CE. Bonn: Vor- und Frühgeschichtliche Archäologie, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität, 2015.

  • Cai, Dawei et al. “Molecular Archaeological Research on Ancient Cattle from the Early Bronze Age Changning Site, Qinghai Province.” Asian Archaeology 3 (2015).

  • Cheng, Jingtang et al. “Discovery and Understanding of the Neolithic Weijiawopu Site in Chifeng City, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region,” trans. Li, Tao. Chinese Cultural Relics 2.1–2 (2015), 246–54.

  • Chen, Xuan. Eastern Han (AD 25–220) Tombs in Sichuan. Oxford: Archaeopress, 2015.

  • Demattè, Paola. “Travel and Landscape: The Zuo River Valley Rock Art of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China.” Antiquity 89.345 (2015), 613–28.

  • Farrar, Lara. “Tomb from a Lost Tribe.” Archaeology March/April (2016).

  • Farrar, Lara. “The Price of Tea in China.” Archaeology May/June (2016).

  • Giele, Enno. “Private Letter Manuscripts from Early Imperial China.” In A History of Chinese Letters and Epistolary Culture, ed. Richter, Antje, 399474. Leiden: Brill, 2015.

  • Hein, Anke. “Environmental Preconditions and Human Response: Settlement Patterns and Subsistence Practices in the Prehistoric Liangshan Region, Southwest China.” Asian Archaeology 3 (2015), 3994.

  • Minku, Kim. “Claims of Buddhist Relics in the Eastern Han Tomb Murals at Horinger: Issues in the Historiography of the Introduction of Buddhism to China.” Ars Orientalis 44 (2014), 134–54.

  • Honeychurch, William. Inner Asia and the Spatial Politics of Empire: Archaeology, Mobility, and Culture Contact. New York: Springer, 2015.

  • Hsu Yiu-Kang, Peter J. Bray, Hommel, Peter, Pollard, A. Mark, and Rawson, Jessica. “Tracing the Flows of Copper and Copper Alloys in the Early Iron Age Societies of the Eastern Eurasian Steppe.” Antiquity 90.350 (2016), 357–75.

  • Jacobson-Tepfer, Esther. The Hunter, the Stag, and the Mother of Animals: Image, Monument, and Landscape in Ancient North Asia. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015.

  • Guolong, Lai. “Colors and Color Symbolism in Early Chinese Ritual Art: Red and Black and the Formation of the Five Colors System.” In Color in Ancient and Medieval East Asia, ed. Dusenbury, Mary M.. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2015.

  • Li Guang'an, . “Bronze Artifacts of the Barony of Xu Unearthed in Gucheng County, Hubei Province,” trans. Vogt, Paul Nicholas. Chinese Cultural Relics 2.1–2 (2015), 270–74.

  • Li Meitian, . “Gilt Coffin Ornaments from Han Dynasty Tombs in Wushan County: In the Context of Coffin Decoration Customs during the Han Dynasty,” trans. Kost, Catrin. Chinese Cultural Relics 2.1–2 (2015), 222–31.

  • Li Xiaocen, et al. “A Study of Ancient Paper Fragments from an Eastern Han Dynasty Tomb in Minfeng County, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region,” trans. Chan, Annie. Chinese Cultural Relics 2.1–2 (2015), 366–70.

  • Liu, Cary Y.Concepts of Architectural Space in Historical Chinese Thought.” In A Companion to Chinese Art, ed. Powers, Martin J. and Tsiang, Katherine R., 195211. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 2015.

  • Lopes, R. O.Securing the Harmony between the High and the Low. Power Animals and Symbols of Political Authority in Ancient Chinese Jades and Bronzes.” Asian Perspectives: The Journal of Archaeology for Asia and the Pacific 53.2 (2014), 195225.

  • Ma Juncai, . “An Ivory Chariot Bracket of the Spring and Autumn Period Unearthed at the Ancient City of the Duchy of Zheng and the State of Han,” trans. Guan, Garry. Chinese Cultural Relics 2.1–2 (2015), 360–65.

  • Mair, Victor H., and Kelley, Liam, eds. Imperial China and Its Southern Neighbours. Singapore: Institute of East Asian Studies, 2015.

  • Miller, Allison R.Emperor Wen's ‘Baling’ Mountain Tomb: Innovation in Political Rhetoric and Necropolis Design in Early China.” Asia Major, 3rd series , 28.2 (2015), 137.

  • Miyamoto, Kazuo. “The Initial Spread of Early Agriculture into Northeast Asia.” Asian Archaeology 3 (2015), 1126.

  • Nickel, Lukas. “Bricks in Ancient China and the Question of Early Cross-Asian Interaction.” Arts Asiatiques 70 (2015), 4962.

  • Pan Ling, . “The Transformation of Cultural Exchange between North China and the Eurasian Steppe from the Late Warring States Period to the Middle Western Han.” Asian Archaeology 3 (2015), 95106.

  • Psarras, Sophia-Karin. Han Material Culture: An Archaeological Analysis and Vessel Typology. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2015.

  • Rawson, Jessica. “Ornament in China.” In A Companion to Chinese Art, ed. Powers, Martin J. and Tsiang, Katherine R., 371–91. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 2015.

  • Rawson, Jessica. “Steppe Weapons in Ancient China and the Role of Hand-to-hand Combat.” The National Palace Museum Research Quarterly 33.1 (2015), 3795.

  • School of History and Culture, Shandong University. “The Excavation of the Han Dynasty Tombs of Dianyi Cemetery in Fuling District of Chongqing Municipality,” trans. Guo, Zhengdong. Chinese Cultural Relics 2.1–2 (2015), 88103.

  • Shandong Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology; Qingzhou Municipal Museum. “The Excavation of a Warring States Period Tomb at Xixin Village in Qingzhou City, Shandong Province,” trans. Kost, Catrin. Chinese Cultural Relics 2.1–2 (2015), 5287.

  • Jie, Shi. “The Overseeing Mother: Revisiting the Frontal-Pose Lady in the Wu Family Shrines in Second-Century China.” Monumenta Serica 63.2 (2015), 263–93.

  • Jie, Shi. “Rolling between Burial and Shrine: A Tale of Two Chariot Processions at Chulan Tomb 2 in Eastern Han China (171 C.E.).” Journal of the American Oriental Society 135.3 (2015), 433–52.

  • Weisskopf, Alison, Qin, Ling, Jinglong, Ding, Ding, Pin, Sun, Guoping, and Fuller, Dorian Q.. “Phytoliths and Rice: From Wet to Dry and Back Again in the Neolithic Lower Yangtze.” Antiquity 89.347 (2015), 1051–63.

  • Williams, James T.Demography and Conflict during the Warring States and Han Periods in Northern Liaoning.” Asian Archaeology 3 (2015), 110.

  • Hung, Wu. “The Art of ‘Ritual Artifacts’ (Liqi 禮器): Discourse and Practice.” In A Companion to Chinese Art, ed. Powers, Martin J. and Tsiang, Katherine R., 235–53. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 2015.

  • Xiang Zhang, . “Ding-Tripod of the Marquis Bao of Zeng in the Suizhou Museum Collection,” trans. Gao, Yuting. Chinese Cultural Relics 2.1–2 (2015), 266–69.

  • Xiaoneng, Yang. “Art and Early Chinese Archaeological Materials.” In A Companion to Chinese Art, ed. Powers, Martin J. and Tsiang, Katherine R., 91112. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 2015.

  • Yuanzheng, Yang. “ Taotie, Dragon, Phoenix, and Farmer: A Highly Decorated Qin Excavated from Jiuliandun.” Early China 38 (2015), 129–50.

  • Yao, Alice. The Ancient Highlands of Southwest China: From the Bronze Age to the Han Empire. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016.

  • Zhao Binfu, et al. “Comparative Analysis of Economic Activities during the Neolithic in the Sanjiang Plain and the Middle and Lower Heilongjiang River Valley.” Asian Archaeology 3 (2015), 2738.

  • Zhao Dongyue, et al. “Paleopathological Study of Human Remains from the Bronze Age Shilinggang Site in Nujiang, Yunnan, Southwest China.” Asian Archaeology 3 (2015), 129–44.

  • Zhu Naicheng, . “On the Jade Human-and-Beast Double-Sided Relief Carving in the Palace Museum Collection,” trans. Huang, Chao. Chinese Cultural Relics 2.1–2 (2015), 211–21.

Reviews

  • Steinke and Ching, . Art and Archaeology of the Erligang Civilization . Mei Jianjun. Bulletin of School of Oriental and African Studies 78.3 (2015), 649–51.

  • Shelach, . The Archaeology of Early China: From Prehistory to the Han Dynasty . Barnes, Gina L. Bulletin of School of Oriental and African Studies 79.1 (2016), 214–15.

  • Underhill, , ed. A Companion to Chinese Archaeology . Lander, Brian. Early China 38 (2015), 233–36.

History

Books and Articles

  • Baccini, Giulia. “The Shiji Chapter ‘Guji Liezhuan’ (Traditions of Witty Remonstrants): A Source to Look for Rhetorical Strategies in Early China.” In Views from Within, Views from Beyond: Approaches to the Shiji as an Early Work of Historiography, ed. van Ess, Hans et al. , 103–30. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2015.

  • Brindley, Erica Fox. “Layers of Meaning: Hairstyle and Yue Identity in Ancient Chinese Texts.” In Imperial China and Its Southern Neighbors, ed. Mair, Victor and Kelley, Liam, 1642. Singapore: Institute for Southeast Asian Studies, 2015.

  • Bueno, André.Roman Views of the Chinese in Antiquity.” Sino-Platonic Papers 261 (2016).

  • Childs-Johnson, Elizabeth. “Postscript to Big Ding and China Power-Shang Sifang Cosomology.” In Jinian Sun Zuoyun jiaoshou bainian danchen ji gudai Zhongguo lishi yu wenhua guoji xueshu yantaohui lunwen ji 紀念孫作雲教授百年誕辰暨古代中國歷史與文化國際學術研討會論文集 (Proceedings Commemorating the Centennial of Sun Zuoyun), 191210. Henan University, 2012.

  • Childs-Johnson, Elizabeth. “Fu Zi, the Shang Woman Warrior Revisited.” In A Festschrift in Honor of Professor Lily Xiao Hong Lee, ed. Chan, Shirley, Hendrischke, Barbara, and Wiles, Sue, 510. Sydney: The Oriental Society of Australia, 2014.

  • Durrant, Stephen. “Ban Biao, Ban Gu, Their Five Shiji Sources, and the Curious Case of Chu Han chunqiu .” In Views from Within, Views from Beyond: Approaches to the Shiji as an Early Work of Historiography, ed. van Ess, Hans et al. , 217–42. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2015.

  • Fuehrer, Bernhard. “Sima Qian as a Reader of Master Kong's Utterances.” In Views from Within, Views from Beyond: Approaches to the Shiji as an Early Work of Historiography, ed. van Ess, Hans, Lomová, Olga, and Schaab-Hanke, Dorothee, 930. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2015.

  • Galvany, Albert. “Signs, Clues and Traces: Anticipation in Ancient Chinese Political and Military Texts.” Early China 38 (2015), 151–93.

  • Harbsmeier, Christoph. “Living up to Contrasting Portraiture: Plutarch on Alexander the Great and Sima Qian on the First Qin Emperor.” In Views from Within, Views from Beyond: Approaches to the Shiji as an Early Work of Historiography, ed. van Ess, Hans et al. , 263–96. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2015.

  • Kern, Martin. “The ‘Masters’ in the Shiji .” T'oung Pao 101.4–5 (2015), 335–62.

  • Khayutina, Maria. “King Wen, a Settler of Disputes or Judge? The ‘Yu-Rui case’ in the Historical Records and Its Historical Background.” Bochumer Jahrbuch zur Ostasienforschung 38 (2015), 261–76.

  • Kominami, Ichirō.The School System in Ancient China.” Acta Asiatica 109 (2015).

  • Kroll, Juri L.Toward a Study of the Concept of Linear Time in the Shiji .” In Views from Within, Views from Beyond: Approaches to the Shiji as an Early Work of Historiography, ed. van Ess, Hans et al., 3140. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2015.

  • L'Haridon, Béatrice. “The Merchants in Shiji: An Interpretation in the Light of Later Debates.” In Views from Within, Views from Beyond: Approaches to the Shiji as an Early Work of Historiography, ed. van Ess, Hans et al., 171–92. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2015.

  • Lewis, Mark Edward. “Early Imperial China, from the Qin and Han through Tang.” In Fiscal Regimes and the Political Economy of Premodern States, ed. Monson, Andrew and Scheidel, Walter, 282307. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2015.

  • Wai-yee, Li. “Historical Understanding in ‘The Account of the Xiongnu’ in the Shiji .” In Views from Within, Views from Beyond: Approaches to the Shiji as an Early Work of Historiography, ed. van Ess, Hans et al., 79102. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2015.

  • Lien, Y. Edmund. “Reconstructing the Postal Relay System of the Han Period.” In A History of Chinese Letters and Epistolary Culture, ed. Richter, Antje, 1552. Leiden: Brill, 2015.

  • Kewei, Liu. “A Discussion of the Han Dynasty's Systems of Coffin Bestowal.” Journal of Chinese Studies 60 (2015), 2551.

  • Loewe, Michael. Problems of Han Administration: Ancestral Rites, Weights and Measures, and the Means of Protest. Leiden: Brill, 2016.

  • Miller, Allison R.Jade, Imperial Identity, and Sumptuary Reform in Jia Yi's Xin shu .” Dao 15.1 (2016), 103–21.

  • Miller, Harry, trans. The Gongyang Commentary on The Spring and Autumn Annals: A Full Translation. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.

  • Milburn, Olivia, trans. The Spring and Autumn Annals of Master Yan. Leiden: Brill, 2016.

  • Nivison, David S.Two Studies in Shang Chronology and Warring States Historiography.” Bulletin of the Jao Tsung-I Academy of Sinology 饒宗頤國學院院刊 2 (2015), 129.

  • Nienhauser, William Jr. “Takigawa Kametarō and His Contributions to the Study of the Shiji .” In Views from Within, Views from Beyond: Approaches to the Shiji as an Early Work of Historiography, ed. van Ess, Hans et al., 243–62. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2015.

  • Nienhauser, William Jr., ed. The Grand Scribe's Records—Volume X: The Memoirs of Han China, Part III. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2016.

  • Nylan, Michael. “Assets Accumulating: Sima Qian's Perspective on Moneymaking, Virtue, and History.” In Views from Within, Views from Beyond: Approaches to the Shiji as an Early Work of Historiography, ed. van Ess, Hans et al., 131–70. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2015.

  • Razeto, Anna. “Comparing East and West: Aspects of Urban Manufacture and Retail in the Capitals of the Roman and Han Empires.” In Making Ancient Cities: Space and Place in Early Urban Societies, ed. Creekmore, Andrew T. III and Fisher, Kevin D., 337–69. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2014.

  • Richter, Antje. “Between Letter and Testament: Letters of Familial Admonition in Han and Six Dynasties China.” In A History of Chinese Letters and Epistolary Culture, ed. Richter, Antje, 239–75. Leiden: Brill, 2015.

  • Scheidel, Walter, ed. State Power in Ancient China and Rome. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015.

  • Selbitschka, Armin. “Early Chinese Diplomacy: Realpolitik versus the So-Called Tributary System.” Asia Major, 3rd series, 28.1 (2015), 61114.

  • Shin Hyeon, . “Aspects of Study of the Confucian Classics during the Han: The Formation of Cosmological ‘Knowledge.’Acta Asiatica 105 (2015).

  • Vankeerberghen, Griet. “History, Historical Communication, and the 32 BCE Restoration of the Kingdom of Hejian.” In An Integrated Vision of Chinese Scholarship: Literature, History, and Philosophy, 5970, ed. Tu, Ching-I, Ning, Xin, and Tschanz, Dietrich. New Brunswick: Confucius Institute of Rutgers University, 2015.

  • Van Ess, Hans. “The Friends of Sima Tan and Sima Qian.” In Views from Within; Views from Beyond. Approaches to the Shiji as an Early Work of Historiography, ed. van Ess, Hans, Lomová, Olga, and Schaab-Hanke, Dorothee, 6777. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2015.

  • Haicheng, Wang. Writing and the Ancient State: Early China in Comparative Perspective. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2014.

  • Weingarten, Oliver. “What Did Disciples Do? Dizi 弟子 in Early Chinese Texts.” Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 75.1 (2015), 2975.

  • Wong, John D.The Shifting Concept of Space and Territory during the Warring States Era.” Asia Major, 3rd series , 28.1 (2015), 135.

  • Jidong, Yang. “Transportation, Boarding, Lodging, and Trade along the Early Silk Road: A Preliminary Study of the Xuanquan Manuscripts.” Journal of the American Oriental Society 135.3 (2015), 421–32.

  • Yates, R. D. S.Searching for Peace in the Warring States.” In Peace in the Ancient World: Concepts and Theories, ed. Raaflaub, K. A., 98121. Malden, MA: Wiley Blackwell, 2016.

  • Qizhi, Zhang. An Introduction to Chinese History and Culture. Berlin: Springer, 2015.

  • Lu, Zhao. “To Become Confucius: The Apocryphal Texts and Eastern Han Emperor Ming's Political Legitimacy.” Asia Major, 3rd series , 28.1 (2015), 115–44.

Reviews

  • Brashier, . Public Memory in Early China . Brown, Miranda. Journal of Chinese Studies 61 (2015), 301–4.

  • Brashier, . Public Memory in Early China . Durrant, Stephen. American Historical Reviews 120.5 (2015), 1869–70.

  • Brashier, . Public Memory in Early China . Villagran, Ignacio. Journal of Asian Studies 75.1 (2016), 212–13.

  • Brashier, . Public Memory in Early China . Van Ess, Hans. Monumenta Serica 63.2 (2015), 441–46.

  • Cai, . Witchcraft and the Rise of the First Confucian Empire . Nylan, Michael. Journal of Chinese Studies 43.2 (2015), 196–99.

  • Cai, . Witchcraft and the Rise of the First Confucian Empire . Van Ess, Hans. Journal of Chinese Studies 60 (2015), 341–46.

  • Cai, . Witchcraft and the Rise of the First Confucian Empire . Brindley, Erica Fox. American Historical Reviews 120.3 (2015), 988–89.

  • Cai, . Witchcraft and the Rise of the First Confucian Empire . Sou, Daniel. Religious Studies Review 41.4 (2015), 210–11.

  • Cai, . Witchcraft and the Rise of the First Confucian Empire . Sanft, Charles. Chinese Historical Review 22.2 (2015), 180–82.

  • Chin, . Savage Exchange: Han Imperialism, Chinese Literary Style, and the Economic Imagination . Von Falkenhausen, Lothar. Journal of Chinese Studies 61 (2015), 325–39.

  • Chin, . Savage Exchange: Han Imperialism, Chinese Literary Style, and the Economic Imagination . Zufferey, Nicolas. Bulletin of School of Oriental and African Studies 78.3 (2015), 646–48.

  • Chin, . Savage Exchange: Han Imperialism, Chinese Literary Style, and the Economic Imagination . Habberstad, Luke. Journal of the American Oriental Society 135.2 (2015), 414–17.

  • Kinney, , trans. and ed. Exemplary Women of Early China: The Lienü zhuan of Liu Xiang. Wang, Robin R. Journal of the American Oriental Society 135.2 (2015), 417–18.

  • Kinney, , trans. and ed. Exemplary Women of Early China: The Lienü zhuan of Liu Xiang. Nylan, Michael, and Daniels, Benjamin. Philosophy East and West 66.2 (2016), 662–66.

  • Kinney, , trans. and ed. Exemplary Women of Early China: The Lienü zhuan of Liu Xiang. Hinsch, Bret. Nan Nü: Men, Women and Gender in Early and Imperial China 17.2, 309–12.

  • Kline and Tiwald, . Ritual and Religion in the Xunzi . Hagen, Kurtis. Philosophy East and West 66.2 (2016), 676–78.

  • Lorge, . Chinese Martial Arts from Antiquity to the Twenty-first Century . Yates, Robin D. S. Journal of Chinese Military History 4 (2015), 214–17.

  • Pines, , Shelach, , von Falkenhausen, , and Yates, , eds. Birth of an Empire: The State of Qin Revisited . Brown, Miranda. Journal of Chinese Studies 60 (2015), 332–35.

  • Raphals, . Divination and Prediction in Early China and Ancient Greece . Shaughnessy, Edward L. Journal of Chinese Studies 60 (2015), 319–31.

  • Raphals, . Divination and Prediction in Early China and Ancient Greece . Sivin, Nathan. Journal of Asian Studies 75.1 (2016), 225.

  • Sanft, . Communication and Cooperation in Early Imperial China: Publicizing the Qin Dynasty . Goldin, Paul R. Journal of Chinese Studies 60 (2015), 306–8.

  • Tseng, . Picturing Heaven in Early China . Chen Jianing, . Early China 38 (2015), 243–44.

  • Wang, . Writing and the Ancient State: Early China in Comparative Perspective . Yao, Alice. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 26.2 (2016), 369–70.

  • Wang, . Writing and the Ancient State: Early China in Comparative Perspective . Campbell, Roderick. Journal of Asian Studies 74.4 (2015), 1009–10.

  • Wang, . Writing and the Ancient State: Early China in Comparative Perspective . Krijgsman, Rens. Early China 38 (2015), 237–40.

Literature

Books and Articles

  • Durrant, Stephen W., et al. The Letter to Ren An and Sima Qian's Legacy. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2016.

  • Liu Jianmei, . Zhuangzi and Modern Chinese Literature. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016.

  • Smith, Jonathan. “Sound Symbolism in the Reduplicative Vocabulary of the Shijing .” Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture 2.2 (2015), 258–85.

  • Song Chenqing, . “Tonal Contrast in Early Pentasyllabic Poems: A Quantitative Study of Three Poem Collections.” Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture 2.2 (2015), 324–46.

  • Weingarten, Oliver. “The Figure of Yan Zhuoju 顏涿聚 in Ancient Chinese Literature.” Monumenta Serica 63.2 (2015), 229–61.

  • Minli, Zhao and Ridgway, Benjamin. “A Discussion of the Principles for the Combination of ‘Feet’ in the Pentasyllabic shi Genre.” Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture 2.2 (2015), 286323.

Paleography and Excavated Texts

Books and Articles

  • Allan, Sarah. Buried Ideas: Legends of Abdication and Ideal Government in Early Chinese Bamboo-Slip Manuscripts. New York: SUNY Press, 2015.

  • Anicotte, Rémi. “Bidimensional Expressions of Fractions in Chinese.” Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale 44.1 (2015), 3656.

  • Brindley, Erica Fox. “Spontaneous Arising: Creative Change in the Hengxian.” Journal of Daoist Studies 9 (2016), 117.

  • Chen Wei, . “A Few Issues Regarding the Statutes on Corvée Labor in the Yuelu Academy Qin Dynasty Bamboo Slip Manuscripts,” trans. Foster, Christopher J.. Chinese Cultural Relics 2.1–2 (2015), 275–82.

  • Lau, Ulrich, and Staack, Thies. Legal Practice in the Formative Stages of the Chinese Empire: An Annotated Translation of the Exemplary Qin Criminal Cases from the Yuelu Academy Collection. Leiden: Brill, 2016.

  • Li Junming, . “An Overview of the Emperor Gaozong of the Yin (Shang) Dynasty Asking San Shou from the Tsinghua Bamboo Slips,” trans. Vogt, Paul Nicholas. Chinese Cultural Relics 2.1–2 (2015), 255–65.

  • McDaniel, Justin Thomas, and Ransom, Lynn, eds. From Mulberry Leaves to Silk Scrolls: New Approaches to the Study of Asian Manuscript Traditions. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015.

  • Park Haeree, . The Writing System of Scribe Zhou: Evidence from Late Pre-imperial Chinese Manuscripts and Inscriptions (5th–3rd Centuries BCE). Berlin: De Gruyter, 2016.

  • Perkins, Franklin. “ Five Conducts (Wu Xing 五行) and the Grounding of Virtue.” Journal of Chinese Philosophy 41.3–4 (2015), 503–20.

  • Perkins, Franklin. “ Fanwu liuxing 凡物流形 (‘All Things Flow into Form’) and the ‘One’ in the Laozi .” Early China 38 (2015), 195232.

  • Schwermann, Christian, and Ping, Wang. “Female Human Sacrifice in Shang-Dynasty Oracle-Bone Inscriptions.” International Journal of Chinese Character Studies 1.1 (2015), 4983.

  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. A Little Primer of Chinese Oracle-Bone Inscriptions with Some Exercises. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2015.

Reviews

  • Cook, . The Bamboo Texts of Guodian: A Study and Complete Translation . Williams, Crispin. Journal of Asian Studies 75.1 (2016), 216–18.

  • Lau and Lüdke, . Exemplarische Rechtsfälle vom Beginn der Han-Dynastie: Eine kommentierte Übersetzung des Zouyanshu aus Zhangjiashan/Provinz Hubei . MacCormack, Geoffrey. Asiatische Studien: Études Asiatiques 69.2 (2015), 511–18.

  • Shaughnessy., Unearthing the Changes: Recently Discovered Manuscripts of the Yi Jing (I Ching) and Related Texts . Kalinowski, Marc. T'oung Pao 101.1–3 (2015), 239–45.

Philology and Linguistics

Books and Articles

  • Bottéro, Françoise. “The Concept of shěng 省 in Shuōwén jiězì.” International Journal of Chinese Character Studies 1.1 (2015), 1547.

  • Chappell, Hilary M. Diversity in Sinitic Languages. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016.

  • Huot, Claire. “The Dog-Eared Dictionary: Human-Animal Alliance in Chinese Civilization.” Journal of Asian Studies 74.3 (2015), 589613.

  • Meisterernst, Barbara. Tense and Aspect in Han Period Chinese: A Linguistic Analysis of the “Shǐjì.” Berlin: De Gruyter, 2015.

  • Meisterernst, Barbara. New Aspects of Classical Chinese Grammar. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2016.

  • Ming, Thomas. “Who Does the Sounding? The Metaphysics of the First-Person Pronoun in the Zhuangzi .” Dao 15.1 (2016), 5779.

  • Zhenbin, Sun. Language, Discourse, and Praxis in Ancient China. Berlin: Springer, 2015.

Reviews

  • Kroll, . A Student's Dictionary of Classical and Medieval Chinese . Barrett, T. H. Bulletin of School of Oriental and African Studies 78.3 (2015), 648–49.

Religion and Philosophy

Books and Articles

  • Allen, Barry. Vanishing into Things: Knowledge in Chinese Tradition. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2015.

  • Allinson, Robert Elliott. “Of Fish, Butterflies and Birds: Relativism and Nonrelative Valuation in the Zhuangzi .” Asian Philosophy 25.3 (2015), 238–52.

  • Allinson, Robert Elliott. “How to Say What Cannot Be Said: Metaphor in the Zhuangzi .” Journal of Chinese Philosophy 41.3–4 (2015), 268–86.

  • Arghiresco, Diana. De la Continuité Dynamique dans l'univers Confucéen: Lecture Néoconfucéenne du Zhongyong (中庸): Nouvelle Traduction du Chinois Classique et Commentaire Herméneutique (Of Dynamic Continuity in the Confucian Universe: A Neo-Confucian Reading of the Zhongyong: A New Translation from the Classical Chinese and a Hermeneutical Commentary). Paris: Les Éditions du Cerf, 2013.

  • Bell, Daniel A.Reconciling Confucianism and Nationalism.” Journal of Chinese Philosophy 41.1–2 (2015), 3354.

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Reviews

  • Arghiresco, . De la Continuité Dynamique dans l'univers Confucéen: Lecture Néoconfucéenne du Zhongyong (中庸): Nouvelle Traduction du Chinois Classique et Commentaire Herméneutique (Of Dynamic Continuity in the Confucian Universe: A Neo-Confucian Reading of the Zhongyong: A New Translation from the Classical Chinese and a Hermeneutical Commentary). Soffel, Christian. Philosophy East and West 65.2 (2015), 615–17.

  • Bai, . Jiubang xinming: gujin zhongxi canzhao xia de gudian rujia zhengzhi zhexue 舊邦新命 :古今中西參照下的古典儒家政治哲學 (New Mission of an Old State: Classical Confucian Political Philosophy in a Contemporary and Comparative Relevance Perspective). Tze-Ki, Hon. Journal of Chinese Philosophy 41.3–4 (2015), 523–26.

  • Chen, . Confucianism as Religion: Controversies and Consequences . Van Ess, Hans. Journal of Chinese Religions 43.1 (2015), 9496.

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  • Coutinho, . An Introduction to Daoist Philosophies . Kwok, Sai Hang, and Eric, Nelson. Journal of Asian Studies 74.4 (2015), 1013–14.

  • Coutinho, . An Introduction to Daoist Philosophies . Morrow, Sydney. Philosophy East and West 65.2 (2015), 623–25.

  • Hendrischke, . The Scripture on Great Peace: The Taiping Jing and the Beginnings of Daoism . Lu, Zhao. Religious Studies Review 42.1 (2016), 59.

  • Hutton, . Xunzi: The Complete Text . Tavor, Ori. Dao 14.4 (2015), 611–14.

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  • Kline III and Tiwald, , eds. Ritual and Religion in the Xunzi. Stalnaker, Aaron. Dao 14.4 (2015), 615–19.

  • Komjathy, . The Daoist Tradition: An Introduction . Olles, Volker. Journal of Chinese Religions 43.1 (2015), 104–6.

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  • Li, . The Confucian Philosophy of Harmony . Tan Sor-hoon, . Philosophy East and West 65.2 (2015), 620–22.

  • Li, . The Confucian Philosophy of Harmony . Pokorny, Lukas. Religious Studies Review 41.3 (2015), 127.

  • Li, . Nature and Freedom: The Philosophy of Zhuangzi 自然與自由 : 莊子哲學研究. Wang Cheng, . Dao 14.3 (2015), 463–66.

  • Liu, , ed. Dao Companion to Daoist Philosophy . Yuan Ai, . Frontiers of Philosophy in China 10.4 (2015), 695–97.

  • Malhotra, . Wisdom of the Tao Te Ching: The Code of the Spiritual Warrior . Morrow, Sydney. Philosophy East and West 65.4 (2015), 1312.

  • Pearson, . The Original I Ching: An Authentic Translation of the Book of Changes . Redmond, Geoffrey. Early China 38 (2015), 241–42.

  • Perkins, . Heaven and Earth Are Not Humane: The Problem of Evil in Classical Chinese Philosophy . Lai, Karyn. Dao 15.1 (2016), 135–39.

  • Peterman, . Whose Tradition? Which Dao?—Confucius and Wittgenstein on Moral Learning and Reflection . Li Puqun, . Dao 14.3 (2015), 467–71.

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  • Seok, . Embodied Moral Psychology and Confucian Philosophy . Bockover, Mary I. Philosophy East and West 66.1 (2016), 346–48.

  • Smith, . The I Ching: A Biography . Hudson, Nicholas. Philosophy East and West 65.2 (2015), 657–58.

  • Solomon, . On the School of Names in Ancient China . Suter, Rafael. Asiatische Studien: Études Asiatiques 69.2 (2015), 527–37.

  • Wang, . Zhuangzi: Thinking through the Inner Chapters . Billeter, Jean François. Asiatische Studien: Études Asiatiques 71.1 (2016), 265.

  • Wang, . Yinyang: The Way of Heaven and Earth in Chinese Thought and Culture . Sullivan, Ian M. Philosophy East and West 65.2 (2015), 656–57.

  • Wang, . Yinyang: The Way of Heaven and Earth in Chinese Thought and Culture . D'Ambrosio, Paul. Philosophy East and West 66.1 (2016), 351–53.

  • Van Norden, . Introduction to Classical Chinese Philosophy. Lau Po-Hei, . Journal of Chinese Philosophy 41.3–4 (2015), 521–23.

  • Zhan, . Contested Notions on the Subjectivity in the Zhuangzi 爭論中的莊子主體論. Yuan Ai, . Dao 14.4 (2015), 621–23.

Science and Technology

Books and Articles

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