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賈晉華教授

PhD (Colorado)

教授

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香港九龍紅磡香港理工大學

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Biographical Sketch 簡介

賈晉華教授畢業于廈門大學和科羅拉多大學,先後執教於香港理工大學、澳門大學、香港城市大學及廈門大學,並被聘為高等研究院(普林斯頓)、全國人文中心(美國)及哈佛大學神學院研究員。賈教授秉承文史哲不分家的中國學術傳統及跨學科研究的現代發展趨向,其研究和教學領域涉及中國傳統文學、宗教、思想的眾多方面及其互動關係,並關注中國古代女性和性別研究在這些領域中的重要位置。賈教授以學術研究為生命,並對教學充滿激情。

 

Academic Qualifications 教育背景

  • 12/1999 PhD in Comparative Literature, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA
  • 07/1982 M.A. in Traditional Chinese Literature, Xiamen University, China
  • 07/1979 Graduation in Chinese Language and Literature (graduated ahead of the class and transferred to master program), Xiamen University, China

 

Academic Experience 工作經歷

  • 11/17-10/19, Director, Confucius Institute of Hong Kong, concurrent post.
  • 08/17-, Professor, Department of Chinese Culture, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  • 2015, Member, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, USA (one year appointment, only visited in spring semester due to time conflict; the membership is lifetime)
  • 2014, Henry Luce Fellow, National Humanities Center, USA (one year appointment, only visited in fall semester due to time conflict)
  • 09/12-07/17, Professor of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Philosophy and Religious Studies Program, University of Macau
  • 09/08-08/12, Associate Professor of Chinese Literature, Department of Chinese, University of Macau
  • 09/05-06/06, Research Associate and Visiting Faculty, Women’s Study in Religion Program, Harvard Divinity School (duties including teaching and research)
  • 01/00-08/08, Assistant Professor-Associate Professor of Chinese Literature, Department of Chinese, Translation, and Linguistics, City University of Hong Kong
  • 08/94-12/99, Graduate Part-time Instructor of Chinese Language and Culture, University of Colorado
  • 09/82-07/96, Lecturer-Associate Professor of Chinese Literature, Department of Chinese, Xiamen University

 

Research Interests 研究興趣

  • Chinese Philosophy and Religion 中國思想和宗教
  • Buddhist Studies 佛學研究
  • Women and Gender Studies 女性和性別研究
  • Traditional Chinese Literature 中國古典文學

 

Professional Services 學術服務

  • Since 09/2016, elected Vice President of World Consortium for Research of Confucian Cultures.
  • 10/2015, External Examiner for PhD thesis, City University of Hong Kong
  • 09/2015, External Examiner for PhD thesis, Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Since 2008, External Examiner for PhD and Master theses, University of Sydney
  • Since 2014, Board Member of Steering Committee, International Conference in Daoist Studies.
  • Since 12/2014, Board Member of Steering Committee, Daoist Studies Group, American Academy of Religion.
  • Since 10/2014, Member of Working Committee, World Consortium for the Study of Confucian Culture.
  • Since 2014, Member of Editorial Board, Daoist Studies.
  • Since 01/2014, Member of Editorial Board, Critical Inquiries in Comparative Philosophy Series, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
  • Since 07/2013, Board Member of Academic Committee, Academy of Chinese Buddhism.
  • Since 05/2011, Member of Editorial Board, Chinese Buddhist Review 漢語佛學評論
  • 2010-2013, Member of Editorial Board, Journal of South China Humanities.
  • 2002-2004, Board Member, Chinese Association for Tang Literary Studies
  • Since 2015, Member, International Society for Chinese Philosophy
  • Since 2014, Member, Tang Studies Society
  • Since 2004, Member, American Academy of Religion
  • Since 2002, Member, International Association of Buddhist Studies
  • Since 2001, Reader/reviewer for:
    1. Department of Religious Studies, Yale University
    2. Department of Philosophy, National Taiwan University
    3. T’oung Pao: International Journal of Chinese Studies
    4. State University of New York Press
    5. Bloomsbury Publishing
    6. Oxford Bibliographies
    7. Philosophy East and West
    8. Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy
    9. Chinese Historical Review
    10. Journal of the American Society for Ethnohistory
    11. Journal of Oriental Studies
    12. Literary Studies
    13. Chinese Culture Quarterly
    14. Journal of Macao Polytechnic Institute
    15. Information and Culture: A Journal of History

 

Awards 獲獎

  1. 12/04, Excellent Book Award for Catalogue of the Ancient Chinese Books in Hong Kong Collections 香港所藏古籍書目 (Editor-in-Chief) from the Book Award Committee of Eastern China Region
  2. 07/02, Annual Excellent Article Award for “A Study of the Hanshang tijin ji” 漢上題襟集研究 from the Journal of Literary Heritage 文學遺產, Chinese Academy of Social Science, China (the most influential award and journal in the field of traditional Chinese literature)
  3. 10/99, National Book Award 中國圖書獎 for Chronology of the Five Dynasties Literature 唐五代文學編年史:五代卷 (first author) from the Chinese Bureau of Information and Publication 中國新聞出版署 (the highest book award in China)
  4. 2004, Excellent Book Award for Chronology of Jiaoran’s Life 皎然年譜 from Fujian Province.
  5. 04/94, Jiuzhou Award to Research Excellence from Xiamen University, China
  6. 09/93, Jiaxi Award to Teaching Excellence from Xiamen University, China

 

Research Grants 研究基金

  • 2019-2021, “Warring States Cosmology”, HKD14,6464, GRF, University Grants Committee, Hong Kong; 香港大學資助委員會立項“戰國宇宙論”研究計畫主持人。
  • 2018-2020, “The Foundation of Chinese Cosmology: Early Religious and Intellectual Beliefs”, HKD492,700, research grant, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University; Principal Investigator; on going. 香港理工大學立項“中國宇宙論的基礎:早期宗教及思想信仰” 研究計畫主持人
  • 2016-2023, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and Institutional Partners, Partnership Grant, “From the Ground Up: Buddhism and East Asian Religions,” CAD 11 million; Co-I, leader of Cluster 2.1 “Authenticity and Authority.” 加拿大社會科學與人文研究基金會及全球20多所著名高等學府“佛教與東亞宗教”合作夥伴項目,1100萬加元;本人为研究群2.1“真實性與權威性”主持人.
  • 2016-2018, National Planning Office of Philosophy and Social Sciences, China, RMB300,000, for Japanese translation of Study on Classical Chan Buddhism 古典禪研究; completed and published. 中國全國哲學社會科學規劃辦公室外譯基金立項“古典禪研究”日譯資助.
  • 10/14-09/19, Macau Foundation, MOP300,000, for translation of David R. Knechtges’ “Wenxuan or Selections of Refined Literature,” 3 vols.; PI; on going. 澳門基金會立項“文選譯注”中譯計畫主持人
  • 09-12/14, National Humanities Center, USA, USD36,000, “Life Journey of Daoist Priestesses of Tang China”; PI; completed and published. 美國全國人文中心立項“唐代女道士的生命歷程”研究計畫主持人
  • 2012-2018, National Committee of Ancient Texts Study 古籍整理委員會 and Nanjing University, RMB 4 million, “Complete Poetry of Tang and Five Dynasties.” Co-I; on going. 中國古籍整理委員會及南京大學立項“全唐五代詩”編校計畫,皎然、歐陽詹及徐夤三集校對計畫主持人
  • 09/16-08/19, University of Macau, MOP405,000, “Human’s Way and Heaven’s Way: The Influence of Religious Beliefs and Cosmological Views on Shaping Classical Ethics and Politics in Early China.” PI; cancelled with my move to PolyU. 澳門大學立項“人道與天道”研究計畫主持人
  • 06/14-12/16, University of Macau, MOP440,000, “Mythology, Cosmology, and Natural Philosophy in Ancient China: Phase 2”; PI, completed and published. 澳門大學立項“古代中國神話、宇宙觀及自然哲學II”研究計畫主持人
  • 06/12-05/14, University of Macau,MOP440,000, “Mythology, Cosmology, and Natural Philosophy in Ancient China”; PI, completed and published. 澳門大學立項“古代中國神話、宇宙觀及自然哲學I”研究計畫主持人
  • 06/10-06/12, University of Macau, MOP90,000, “Study on Classical Chan Buddhism”; PI, completed and published. 澳門大學立項“古典禪研究”研究計畫主持人
  • 03/09-12/10, University of Macau, MOP70,000, “Study on Daoist Priestesses in Tang China”; PI, completed and published. 澳門大學立項“唐代女道士研究”研究計畫主持人
  • 09/05-06/06, Harvard Divinity School, USD40,000, “Daoist Priestess-Poets in Tang China”; PI, completed and published. 哈佛神學院立項“唐代女道士詩人”研究計畫主持人
  • 03/02-02/04, City University of Hong Kong, HKD100,000, “Study on the Hongzhou School of Chan Buddhism”; PI, completed and published. 香港城市大學立項“洪州禪研究”研究計畫主持人
  • 02/02-01/04, City University of Hong Kong and UGC Fundable Project, HKD240,000, “Ancient Chinese Books in Hong Kong Collections”; PI, completed and published. 香港城市大學及香港特區政府研究資助局立項“香港所藏古籍書目”研究計畫主持人
  • 03/01-02/02, City University of Hong Kong, HKD100,000, “Collections of Gathering and Groups of Poets in Tang China”; PI, completed and published. 香港城市大學立項“唐代集會總集與詩人群研究”研究計畫主持人
  • 09/99-08/00, Pacific Cultural Foundation, Taiwan, USD15,000, “Chan Buddhism and Tang Literati”; PI, completed and published.
  • 95 & 98, Graduate School Dean’s Small Research Grants from the University of Colorado
  • 93-94, Young Scholar Grant from National Education Committee, China, “Study on Groups of Poets in Tang China”; PI, completed and published.
  • 92-93, Young Scholar Grant from Fujian Province, China, “Study on Fujian Literature”; PI, completed and published.
  • 91-92, Young Scholar Grant from National Social Science Academy, China, “Study on Five Dynasties Literature”; PI, completed and published.

 

Scholarships 獎學金

  • 10/99, Tsai Wan-lin Scholarship from the I-hsien Education Foundation, USA
  • 08/94-05/99, University Fellowships from the University of Colorado at Boulder, USA
  • 08/94-12/99, Scholarships from Department of Comparative Literature, University of Colorado

 

Invited Guest/Keynote Speeches 應邀講座/主題發言

  1. 05/07/2018, “Shu and Ren: The Silver and Golden Rules of Classical Confucianism.” Chinese University of Hong Kong.
  2. 25/05/2018, “Studies on Gender and Religion.” Shanghai Academy of Social Science.
  3. 23/05/2018, “Space-Time and Destiny in Confucian Classics.” Shandong University.
  4. 17/05/2018, “Religion, Art, and Gender.” Dongnan University.
  5. 15/04/2015, “Study of Tang Daoist Priestesses.” University of Pennsylvania.
  6. 09/04/2015, “Rereading Yu Xuanji.” University of Washington.
  7. 29/01/2015, “From Human-Spirit Resonance to Correlative Modes: The Shaping of Chinese Correlative Thinking.” Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton.
  8. 09/03/2015, “Religiosity and Literacy: The Journey of Daoist Priestesses in Tang China.” Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton.
  9. 25/11/2013, “Perspectives and Approaches in the Study of Chinese Chan Buddhism.” Young Scholar Conference on Buddhist Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong.
  10. 05/04/12, “Topics in Classical Chan Buddhism.” Shenzhen University, China.
  11. 20/03/12, “Doctrines and Practices of Classical Chan Buddhism.” City University of Hong Kong.
  12. 18/12/09, “Classical Chan Buddhism and Humanistic Buddhism.” 2009 Cross-Strait Four-Region and International Conference on Buddhism, Minzu University of China.
  13. 06/2007, “Literature of Chan Buddhism.” Fudan University, China.
  14. 18/04/06, “Women and Gender in Daoism: Inspiration to the Modern World.” Tufts University, USA.
  15. 30/03/06, “Priestesses, Poets, and Artists: Taoist Women in Medieval China.” Rice University, USA.
  16. 20/03/06, “Religious Background of the Tang Daoist Priestess-Poets.” Harvard Divinity School.
  17. 04/06, “Topics on Daoist Priestesses in Tang China.” University of London.
  18. 14/12/05, “New Perspectives in ‘Classical’ Chan Buddhism.” Center for the Study of World Religions, Harvard University.
  19. 03/05, “Groups of Court Poets in the Early Tang.” National University of Singapore.
  20. 25/06/02, “Study on the Poems Attributed to Hanshan: A New Perspective.” City University of Osaka, Japan.

 

Organizer/Co-Organizer of Conferences and Panels 主辦/合辦會議

  1. Co-organizer, Philology and the Study of Classical Chinese Literature: An International Symposium on the Future of Sinology in the 21st Century. University of Colorado, Boulder, April 2018
  2. Co-organizer, Chinese Classics and the Commentarial Traditions in East Asia, Third Biennial Conference of World Consortium for Research in Confucian Cultures, PolyU, October 2018.
  3. Principal organizer, Social Obligation and Personal Worth: International Conference on the Modern Inspiration of Classical Confucianism, Confucius Institute of Hong Kong, October 2018.
  4. Principal organizer, International Young Scholars Forum on Chinese Religious Studies, CIHK, November 2018.
  5. Co-organizer, The 11th International Conference on Daoist Studies, Paris, May 2017.
  6. Co-organizer, Establishing the Unity of Humankind Future, University of Macau, November 2016.
  7. Co-organizer, The Eighth Cross-Strait Four-Region and International Conference on Buddhist Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, July 2016.
  8. Principal-organizer, The Inaugural Conference of New Philology and the Study of Early China, Macau, June 2016.
  9. Co-organizer, The 10th International Conference on Daoist Studies, Taiwan, May 2016.
  10. Co-organizer, The Second International Conference on Women and Gender in Chinese Religion, Chinese University of Hong Kong, December 2015.
  11. Co-organizer, The Seventh Cross-Strait Four-Region and International Conference on Buddhist Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, July 2015.
  12. Principal organizer, The Sixth Cross-Strait Four-Region and International Conference on Buddhist Studies, University of Macau, June 2014.
  13. Principal organizer, Gendering Chinese Religions: A Dialogue of Tradition and Modernity, panel for the 8th International Conference of Asian Scholars, University of Macau, June 2013.
  14. Principal organizer, International Conference on Women and Gender in Chinese Religion, University of Macau, June 2011.
  15. Co-organizer, 2012 Cross-Strait Four-Region Conference on Buddhist Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, October 2012.
  16. Co-organizer, 2010 Cross-Strait Four-Region Conference on Buddhist Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, December 2010.
  17. Co-organizer, 2009 Cross-Strait Four-Region Conference on Buddhist Studies, Minzu University of China, December 2009.

 

Publications 出版著作

English Books 英文書

  1. Gender, Power, and Talent: Daoist Priestesses in Tang China. New York: Columbia University Press, 03/2018. ISBN 9780231184441
  2. Li Zehou and Confucian Philosophy. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press (ed. Roger T. Ames & Jinhua Jia), 07/2018.
  3. Gendering Chinese Religion: Subject, Identity, and Body. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2014 (ed. Jinhua Jia, Xiaofei Kang, & Ping Yao).
  4. The Hongzhou School of Chan Buddhism in Eighth- through Tenth-Century China. Albany: State University of New York Press, August 2006; paperback, 2007.

Japanese Book 日文書

  1. Study of Classical Chan Buddhism 古典禅研究:中唐より五代に至る禅宗の発展についての新研究. Trans. Saito Tomohiro and Murata Mio. Tokyo: Kyūko shoin 汲古書院, 2017.

Chinese Books 中文書

  1. New Philology and the Study of Early China 新語文學與早期中國研究. Shanghai: Shanghai People’s Publisher, 2018; in production (ed. Jia Jinhua, Chen Wei, Wang Xiaolin, Lai Guolong).
  2. Li Zehou and Confucian Philosophy 李澤厚與儒學哲學. Shanghai: Shanghai People’s Publisher, 2017 (ed. Roger T. Ames & Jinhua Jia).
  3. Traces of Integration: Buddhism and the Chinese Tradition 融合之跡:佛教與中國傳統. Shanghai: Shanghai People’s Press, 2017 (editor).
  4. Study of Classical Chan Buddhism: Revised Edition 古典禪研究: 修訂版 (enhanced and simplified Chinese version). In Philosophy Series of Contemporary China 當代中國哲學叢書. Shanghai: Shanghai People’s Press, 2013.
  5. Study of Classical Chan Buddhism 古典禪研究. Oxford and Hong Kong: Oxford University Press, 2010.
  6. Anthologies of Gathering and Groups of Poets in the Tang Dynasty 唐代集會總集與詩人群研究. Beijing: Beijing University Press, 2001. 2nd and enhanced edition, in Boya wenxue luncong 博雅文學論叢. Beijing: Peking University Press, 2015.
  7. Catalogue of Ancient Chinese Books in Hong Kong Collections 香港所藏古籍書目. Shanghai: Shanghai Ancient Book Publishing, 2003 (chief editor, received a regional book award 華東地區古籍整理二等獎).
  8. Encyclopedia of Tang Literature 唐代文學百科辭典. Shanghai: Hanyu dacidian chubanshe, 2003 (co-editor and article writer).
  9. Chronology of the Five-Dynasties Literature 唐五代文學編年史: 五代卷. Liaoning: Liaohai chubanshe, 1998 (Jia Jinhua and Fu Xuancong, received a National Book Award of China 中國圖書獎); enhanced and extended edition, 2013.
  10. Chronology of the Buddhist Monk-Poet Jiaoran’s Life 皎然年譜. Xiamen: Xiamen University Press, 1992 (received a regional book award 福建省優秀研究成果二等獎).
  11. Annotation on Biographies of Tang Poets 唐才子傳校箋. Beijing: Zhonghua shuju, 1990 (author of vol. 5, juan 10; received a national book award [second rank] for the study of ancient books in 1992 全國古籍整理研究優秀成果二等獎 1992).

Translation Books 譯書

  1. Poetry of the Late Tang 晚唐: 九世紀中葉的中國詩歌. Beijing: Sanlian shudian, 2011 (trans. Jia Jinhua and Qian Yan).
  2. Poetry of the High Tang 盛唐詩. Beijing: Sanlian shudian, 2004; reprint, Taibei: Lianjing, 2007.
  3. Poetry of the Early Tang 初唐詩. Beijing: Sanlian shudian, 2004; reprint, Taibei: Lianjing, 2007.

English Articles 英文論文:

  1. “East Asian Studies on the Analects Review.” Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy 17.2 (2018): 283-86. DOI 10.1007/s11712-018-9608-8.
  2. “Gender and Early Chinese Cosmology Revisited.” Asian Philosophy 26.4 (2016): 281-93.
  3. “Religious and Other Experiences of Daoist Priestesses in Tang China.” T’oung Pao: International Journal of Chinese Studies 102-4-5 (2016): 321-57.
  4. “Li Zehou’s Reconception of Confucian Ethics of Emotion.” Philosophy East and West 66.3 (July 2016): 757-86.
  5. “Unsold Peony: Life and Poetry of the Daoist Priestess-Poet Yu Xuanji in Tang China (618 – 907).” Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature 35.1 (spring 2016): 25-57.
  6. “From Human-Spirit Resonance to Correlative Modes: The Shaping of Chinese Correlative Thinking.” Philosophy East and West 66.2 (April 2016): 449-74.
  7. “Redefining the Ideal Character: A Comparative Study between the Concept of Detachment in the Aṣṭasāhasrikā and Guo Xiang’s Theory of Eremitism at Court.” Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy 14.4 (2015): 1-21.
  8. “Orthography of Early Chinese Writing: Evidence from Newly Excavated Manuscripts: Review.” Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, series 3, 20.1 (2010): 113-15.
  9. “Religious Origin of Dao and De and Their Signification in the Laozi.” Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, series 3, 19.4 (2009): 459-88.
  10. “Ordinary Mind as the Way: Review.” Philosophy East and West 59.1 (2009): 118-21.
  11. “From Clan Manners to Ethical Obligation and Righteousness: A New Interpretation of the Term yi.” Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 17.1 (2007): 1-10 (first author).
  12. “An Interpretation of ‘Shi keyi qun’.” T’oung Pao: International Journal of Chinese Studies 87 (2001): 1-13. (College of France and Leiden University).
  13. “Introduction.” Coauthor. In Li Zehou and Confucian Philosophy, ed. Ames and Jia; 2018; 1-17.
  14. “Li Zehou’s Reconception of Confucian Ethics of Emotion.” In Li Zehou and Confucian Philosophy, ed. Ames and Jia; 155-86.
  15. “Study on Two Daoist Treatises of ‘Sitting in Oblivion’.” Studies in Chinese Religions 2.3 (2016), 265-80.
  16. Witchcraft and the Rise of the First Confucian Empire: Review.” Magic, Ritual, and Witchcraft 10.2 (2015): 250-52.
  17. “Longevity Technique and Medical Theory: The Legacy of Tang Daoist Priestess-Physician Hu Yin.” Monumenta Serica: Journal of Oriental Studies 63.1 (2015): 1-31. Institute of Oriental Studies, Germany.
  18. “The Identity of Daoist Priestesses in Tang China.” In Gendering Chinese Religion (SUNY, 2014), 103-32.
  19. “Introduction.” In Gendering Chinese Religion (SUNY, 2014), 1-23 (Jinhua Jia, Xiaofei Kang, & Ping Yao).
  20. “Song Ruoxian.” In Biographical Dictionary of Chinese Women: Tang through Ming, 618-1644, ed. Lily Xiao Hong Lee and Sue Wiles. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2014. 370-71.
  21. “Song Ruozhao.” In Biographical Dictionary of Chinese Women, 374-75.
  22. “Xue Tao.” In Biographical Dictionary of Chinese Women, 520-25.
  23. “Yu Xuanji.” In Biographical Dictionary of Chinese Women, 567-72.
  24. “Yuan Chun.” In Biographical Dictionary of Chinese Women, 572-74.
  25. “Song Ruoxin.” In Biographical Dictionary of Chinese Women, 372-73.
  26. “Du Guangting and the Hagiographies of Tang Female Daoists.” Taiwan Journal of Religious Studies 2011.1: 81-121.
  27. Yaochi ji and Three Daoist Priestess-Poets in Tang China.” Nan Nü: Men, Women and Gender in Early and Imperial China 2011.2: 13.2 (2011): 205-43. SCOPUS
  28. “From Clan Manners to Ethical Obligation and Righteousness: A New Interpretation of the Term yi.” In Confucian Studies, ed. Yao Xinzhong and Tu Weiming. London: Routledge, 2010, vol. 2, 162-74 (first author).
  29. “The Development of Sectarian Zen” H-Buddhism: Buddhist Scholars Information Network, 29 Oct. 2009, http://www.h-net.org/~buddhism/.
  30. “Creation and Codification of Monastic Regulations at Mount Baizhang.” Journal of Chinese Religions 33 (2005): 39-59 (American Association of Chinese Religion).
  31. “Modern Interpretations of Liushi: The ‘Hermeneutic Circle’ and Its Dissolution.” Monumenta Serica: Journal of Oriental Studies 52 (2004): 363-80 (Institute of Oriental Studies, Germany).
  32. “An Interpretation of the Term Fu in Early Chinese Texts: From Poetic Form to Poetic Technique and Literary Genre.” Chinese Literature: Essays, Articles, Reviews 26 (2004): 55-76. (University of Wisconsin)
  33. “Doctrinal Reformation of the Hongzhou School of Chan Buddhism.” Journal of International Association of Buddhist Studies 2001.2: 7-26.
  34. “Mazu Daoyi: A Complete Biography.” Taiwan Journal of Religious Studies 1.2 (2001): 119-50.
  35. “A Study of the Jinglong wenguan ji.” Monumenta Serica: Journal of Oriental Studies 47 (1999): 209-36.
  36. "The 'Pearl Scholars' and the Final Establishment of Regulated Verse." T'ang Studies 14 (1996): 1-20 (Tang Studies Society, U.S.A.).

Japanese Articles 日文論文:

  1. “Introduction to Classical Chan Buddhism” 古典禪研究序論. Zen bunka kenkyūjo kiyō 禪文化研究所紀要 33 (2016): 207-48.

Chinese Articles 中文論文:

  1. “Preface” 序. In Bai Zhaojie, Integration and Institutionalization: Daoism in the First Half of the Tang 整合及制度化:唐前期道教研究. Shanghai: Gezhi chubanshe, 2018.
  2. “On The Origin of the Concept of Resonance with Objects” 感物溯源. In Hu Xiaoming 胡曉明, ed., Hou Wusi shidai Zhongguo sixiang zhi lu: Wang Yuanhua jiaoshou shishi shizhounian jinian wenji 後五四時代中國思想學術之路:王元化教授逝世十周年紀念文集. Shanghai: Huadong shifan daxue chubanshe, 04/2018; 145-69. ISBN 9787567547568
  3. “Preface” 序. In Ke Rui 柯睿, Li Bai and the Study of Medieval Religious Literature 李白與中古宗教文學研究. Jinan: Qi Lu shushe, 11/2017; 1-6.
  4. “Study on Linji Yixuan’s Life” 臨濟義玄生平事迹考辨. In International Journal for the Study of Chan Buddhism and Human Civilization 禪與人類文明研究 2 (12/2017): 133-48.
  5. “Daolun” 導論. In Xin yuwenxu yu zaoqi Zhongguo yanjiu 新語文學與早期中國研究, Shanghai People’s Publisher, 2018 (Jia Jinhua, Chen Wei, Wang Xiaolin, and Lai Guolong); 1-14.
  6. “A New Interpretation of Cheng” 誠字新釋. In Xin yuwenxu yu zaoqi Zhongguo yanjiu 新語文學與早期中國研究, Shanghai People’s Publisher, 2018; 97-213.
  7. “Comparative Study between the Concept of Detachment in the Aṣṭasāhasrikā and Guo Xiang’s Theory of Eremitism at Court” 小品般若經遠離說與郭象朝隱論. Zongjiaoxue yanjiu 宗教學研究 , 2017.1: 130-39. CSSCI journal.
  8. “Daolun” 導論. In Li Zehou yu Ruxue zhexue 李澤厚與儒學哲學, ed. Ames and Jia, Shanghai People’s Publisher, 2017 (Ames and Jia); 1-17.
  9. “Li Zehou dui Ruxue qinggan lunlixue de chongxin chanshu” 李澤厚對儒學情感倫理學的重新闡述. In Li Zehou yu Ruxue zhexue 李澤厚與儒學哲學, ed. Ames and Jia, Shanghai People’s Publisher, 2017; 159-86.
  10. “Chong su lixiang renge” 重塑理想人格. In Ronghe zhiji: Fojiao yu Zhongguo chuantong 融合之跡:佛教與中國傳統, Shanghai People’s Publisher, 2017.
  11. “Daolun” 導論. In Ronghe zhiji: Fojiao yu Zhongguo chuantong 融合之跡:佛教與中國傳統, Shanghai People’s Pulbisher, 2017 (Xue Yu and Jia Jinhua).
  12. “Religious Origin of Cheng” 誠之宗教起源. Xuewen 學問 5 (2017): 43-56.
  13. “Xuefeng zuting de chuanli jiqi zai Chanzong shishang de yiyi” 雪峰祖庭的創立及其在禪宗史上的意義. Hanchuan Fojiao zuting wenhua guoji xueshu yantaohui wenji 漢傳佛教祖庭文化國際學術研討會文集. Beijing: Zongjiao wenhua chubanshe, 2016; 1025-1023. (Jia Jinhua and Liu Gonghuang)
  14. “Study on Li Jilan, Yuan Chun, and Cui Zhongrong” 唐代女道士詩人李季蘭、元淳、崔仲容研究. In Sun Changwu jiaoshou bashi huadan jinian wenji 孫昌武教授八十華誕紀念文集. Tianjin: Baihua wenyi, 2016; 380-398.
  15. “Establishment of Youji chanyuan and Its Significance in the History of Chan Buddhism” 唐代幽濟禪院的創建及其在禪宗史上的意義. Yinshun, ed., Ti’erjie Zhonghua Fojiao zongfeng luntan lunwenji 第二屆中華佛教宗風論壇論文集. Beijing: Zongjiao wenhua chubanshe, 2016; 538-42.
  16. “Rereading Yu Xuanji” 重讀魚玄機. Huawen wenxue yanjiu 華文文學研究 1 (2016): 31-41. 1006-0677.
  17. “Religious Activities and Management of Macau Buddhist Organizations” 澳門佛教團體的弘法活動和管理模式. In Qiu Yonghui 邱永輝 and Chen Jinguo 陳進國, eds., Report on Religions in Macau 澳門宗教報告. Beijing: Shehui kexue wenxian chubanshe, 2015; 35-48 (Jia Jinhua and Bai Zhaojie).
  18. “Management of Chan Buddhism’s Monasteries in the Tang and Five Dynasties” 唐五代禪宗寺院管理與佛教戒律:以《大溈警策》為例. Guoji foxue luncong 國際佛學論叢 2 (2015): 86-95. ISBN 9787516136928
  19. “Study of the Yaochi xinyongji and Daoist Priestess-Poets” 瑤池新詠集與三位唐代女道士詩人. Huawen wenxue yanjiu 華文文學研究 4 (2014): 25-37. 1006-0677
  20. “Interpretation of Shen and Ming” 神明釋義. Journal of Shenzhen University 31.3 (2014): 5-15.
  21. “Humanistic Buddhism in Macau” 人間佛教在澳門. In Yinshun 印順 and Li Dahua 李大華, eds., Zongjiao yu xiandai shehui 宗教與現代社會. Beijing: Renmin chubanshe, 2014.
  22. “Renjian fojiao yuk e chixu shequ de lilun he shijian” 人間佛教與可持續社區的理論和實踐, in Zhuo Xinping 卓新平 and Qiu Yonghui 邱永輝, ed., Zhongjiao yu ke chixu shequ yanjiu 宗教與可持續社區研究, 185-96. Beijing: Shehui kexue wenxian chubanshe, 2014 (Jia Jinhua and Bai Zhaojie).
  23. “Li Zehou and the Twentieth Century Philosophy” 二十世紀哲學指南中的李澤厚. Soochow Academic 東吳學術 6 (2013): 24-25 (Academy of Social Science of Jiangsu Province and Changshu Polytechnic College)
  24. “The Baozanglun and Chinese Intellectual and Cultural Tradition” 寶藏論與中國思想文化傳統. International Journal for the Study of Humanistic Buddhism 5 (2013): 1-25. (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
  25. “Dao and De and Their Religious Origin” 道和德之宗教起源. Zhongguo wenhua yanjiu 中國文化研究 2012.2: 72-91. (Beijing Language and Culture University)
  26. “Classical Chan Buddhism and Humanistic Buddhism” 古典禪與人間佛教. Huawen wenxue yanjiu 華文文學研究 4 (2012): 17-30. (Shantou University)
  27. “Transmitted Monastic Regulations of Tang and Five Dynasties and Their Inspiration to the Monastic Ethics of Contemporary Humanistic Buddhism” 傳世唐五代禪宗寺規及其對當代人間佛教寺院倫理的啟示意義. International Journal for the Study of Humanistic Buddhism 2 (2012): 57-74. (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
  28. “Li Bai and the Tradition of Ancient Airs” 李白與古風傳統, in Zhang Caimin 張采民ed., Essays in Honor of Professor Yu Xianhao’s Eightieth Birthday 郁賢皓先生八十華誕紀念文集. Beijing: Zhonghua shuju 中華書局, 2011; 173-91.
  29. “Gudianchan yu renjian fojiao” 古典禪與人間佛教, in Liu Chengyou 劉成有 and Xue Yu 學愚, eds., Quanqiuhua de fojiao yu minzu 全球化的佛教與民族. Beijing: Guangming ribao chu banshe, 2011.
  30. “Development of Chan Buddhism in Late Tang to Five Dynasties” 晚唐五代禪宗發展新探. Huawen wenxue yanjiu 華文文學研究 4 (2011): 95-112.
  31. “The Author and Compiling Purpose of the Baolin zhuan” 《寶林傳》著者及編撰目的. Wenxian 文獻 2 (2011): 10-18. (National Library of China)
  32. “Li Zehou: Entering the World” 走進世界的李澤厚. Reading 讀書 11 (2010): 121-25. (Joint Publishing of Beijing)
  33. “A Galvanizing Presence in Contemporary Chinese Academic Circles” 當代中國學術界的奇觀. Ming Pao Monthly 明報月刊45.10 (2010.10): 29-31. (Hong Kong Mingbao Publisher)
  34. “Examination of the Literature of the Hong Zhong School of Chan Buddhism” 傳世洪州禪文獻考辨. Literature and History文史 91 (2010.2): 147-82. (Zhonghua shuju, Beijing)
  35. “Preface to Studies on Mid-Tang Literary Theory” 中唐文論研究序. In Chen Yunfeng 陳允鋒, Studies on Mid-Tang Literary Theory 中唐文論研究. Beijing: Zhongguo shehui kexue 中國社會科學出版社, 2010.
  36. “Studies on the Love Poems Related to Daoist Priestesses in the Tang Dynasty” 唐詩中有關女道士的戀情詩考辨. Daoist Cultural Studies 道家文化研究 24 (2009): 126-143 (Zhonghua shuju, Beijing)
  37. “Fu: From Poetic Genre to Poetic Technique and Rhapsody” 釋賦: 從詩體到詩歌技巧及賦體. Shijing yanjiu congkan 詩經研究叢刊 2 (2008): 1-19. (Hebei University)
  38. “Travel Poems by Tang Daoist Priestess-Poet Yu Xuanji” 唐代女道士詩人魚玄機的旅行客寓詩. Conference Volume of the First International Conference on Travel Literature第一屆世界華文旅遊文學國際學術討論會文集, ed. Zhang Shuangqing 張雙慶 and Wei Quandun 危全敦. Hong Kong: Mingbao chubanshe, 2008. (Hong Kong Mingbao Publisher)
  39. “Song Lyrics on the Southeastern Region by Tang and Five Dynasties Poets” 唐五代江南風物詞探微. Ci Studies詞學 13 (2001.11): 17-30; Studies on Chinese Song-Lyrics 中華詞學論叢. Macau: University of Macau Press, 2008.
  40. “Interpretation of the Term fu” 釋賦. Journal of Classical Literary Theory 古代文學理論研究 24 (2006): 1-17. (East China Normal Unviersity)
  41. “The Origin of the Term xing and the Poems of Xing” 興及興詩探源. Journal of Chinese Literature and History 中華文史論叢 82 (2006): 181-99. (Shanghai Ancient Book Publisher)
  42. “Chinese Autobiographical Literature: Review” 評川合康三著中國的自傳文學. Journal of Oriental Studies 38.1-2 (2005): 273-275 (Hong Kong University and Stanford Unviersity)
  43. “The Split of the Hongzhou Line and the Rise of the Shitou Linone: Deconstructing the Traditional Genealogy of Chan Buddhism” 洪州系的分化與石頭系的興起: 解構禪宗傳統兩系五宗世系圖. Journal of Chinese Literature and History 中華文史論叢 78 (2004): 54-97. (Shanghai Ancient Book Publisher)
  44. “Editorial Notes on Ancient Chinese Books in Hong Kong Collections” 香港所藏古籍書目編纂紀要. Chinese Index 中國索引 2.1 (2004), 31. (Fudan University)
  45. “Modern Interpretation of Liushi” 六詩之現代闡釋循環. Chinese Culture Quarterly 2.3 (2004): 2-25. (City University of Hong Kong and Fudan University)
  46. “Study on the Author of the Chan Poems Attributed to Baozhi” 傳世寶誌禪偈作者考辨. Journal of Chinese Chan Buddhism 中國禪學 3 (2004): 121-32. (Hebei University)
  47. “Review on Tang Hanlin and Litetature” 文史結合的研究視野和精密科學的考證方法: 評傅璇琮《唐代翰林與文學:以文史結合作歷史—文化的探索》. Journal of Chinese Humanities 11 (2004). (Hong Kong Baptist University)
  48. “A Study of the Authentic Author of the Chan Poems in the Collected Poems of Hanshan” 傳世寒山詩集中禪詩作者考辨, Bulletin of the Institute of Chinese Literature and Philosophy, Academia Sinica 中國文哲研究集刊 22 (2003): 293-338. (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
  49. “The Cultural Tradition of Shu Region and Chen Zi’ang, Li Bai” 蜀文化與陳子昂, 李白. Tang Literary Studies 唐代文學研究 3 (1992): 163-85; Selections of Articles Published in the 20th Century: Studies on Li Bai 二十世紀中國學術文存: 李白研究, ed. Zhou Xunchu. Wuhan: Hubei jiaoyu chubanshe, 2003.
  50. “Huangfu Song’s Rhapsody of Great Hermit and the Traditional Concept of Great Hermit n” 皇甫松大隱賦與傳統大隱觀念. Volume on Song Lyrics and Rhapsodies 詞賦叢書, ed. Xianggang Zhonghua cifu yanjiuyuan 香港中華詞賦研究院. Hong Kong: Xianggang wenxueshe, 2002; 132-36.
  51. “A Study of the Hanshang tijin ji” 漢上題襟集與襄陽詩人群研究. Literary Heritage 文學遺産 2001.5: 31-41. (Chinese Academy of Social Science)
  52. “Li Bai and the Tradition of the Famous Literati” 李白與名士傳統. Chinese Journal of Li Bai Studies 中國李白研究 1992.2: 19-36 (refereed); Selections of Articles on Li Bai Published in the 20th Century 20世紀李白研究論文精選集, ed. Chinese Association of Li Bai Studies. Xi’an: Taibai wenyi chubanshe, 2000; 496-514.
  53. “On the Group of the Court Poets in Emperor Taizong's Reign” 太宗朝宮廷詩人群: 唐詩之發軔. Tsinghua Journal of Chinese Studies 29.1 (1999): 1-30. (Taiwan Tsinghua University).
  54. “ Ordinary Mind as the Way and the Middling Hermit” 平常心是道與中隱. Chinese Studies 漢學研究 16.2 (1998): 317-49; (Academia Sinica, Taiwan).
  55. “On the Poetry of Imperial Examination” 唐代省試詩與錢起《省試湘靈鼓瑟》. Classical Chinese Literature 古典文學知識 2 (1995): 22-24 (Jiangsu Ancient Book Publisher)
  56. “Complementary Studies to Hua Chenzhi’s Chronology of Meng Jiao” 華忱之孟郊年譜訂補. Tang Literary Studies 唐代文學研究 4 (1993): 217-21 (Chinese Association of Tang Literary Studies).
  57. “Development of Poetry in Quanzhou during the Five Dynasties” 五代泉州詩壇. Journal of Xiamen University 廈門大學學報 115 (1993.3): 63-67.
  58. “On the Han-Meng Goup of Poets” 論韓孟集團 . Journal of Chinese Literature and History中華文史論叢 51 (1993): 61-74. (Shanghai Ancient Book Publisher).
  59. “On the Poetic Gatherings of the Southern Region during the Dali Reign-Period” 大曆江南詩會雅談. Classical Chinese Literature 古典文學知識 2 (1993): 55-59.
  60. “Studies on Dali Poets (2)” 大曆詩人小考二. Journal of the Social Science Academy of Jiangsu Province 江海學刊 163.1993.1. (Jiangsu Academy of Social Science).
  61. “Studies on Dali Poets (3)” 大曆詩人小考 三. Journal of the Social Science Academy of Jiangsu Province 江海學刊164.1993.2.
  62. “Studies on Dali Poets (4)” 大曆詩人小考 四. Journal of the Social Science Academy of Jiangsu Province 江海學刊165.1993.3.
  63. “Studies on Dali Poets (5)” 大曆詩人小考 五. Journal of the Social Science Academy of Jiangsu Province 江海學刊163.1993.4.
  64. “On the Imperial Examination of Poetry and the Final Establishment of Regulated Verse” 進士試詩與律詩定型. Literary Studies 文學研究 1992: 114-20 (Nanjing University).
  65. “Studies on the Group of Poets in Mount Lu during the Five Dynasties” 五代廬山詩人群考論. Journal of Tiedao Normal University 鐵道師院學報 23 (1992.2): 1-8.
  66. “On Jiaoran was not the Descendant of Xie Lingyun” 皎然非謝靈運裔孫考辨. Journal of the Social Science Academy of Jiangsu Province 江海學刊1992.2.
  67. “Review on the Studies of Han Yu and Liu Zongyuan” 韓柳研究綜述.1991 Almanac of Tang Literary Studies 1991唐代文學研究年鑒, 1992. (Chinese Association of Tang Literary Studies).
  68. “Studies on Dali Poets (1)” 大曆詩人小考 一. Journal of the Social Science Academy of Jiangsu Province 江海學刊1992.6: 166.
  69. “A New Study on Li Bai’s Olden Airs” 李白古風新論. Chinese Studies on Li Bai 中國李白研究1 (1991): 130-40 (Chinese Association of Li Bai Studies).
  70. “Encyclopedia and Poetry in the Sui-Tang-Five Dynasties Period” 隋唐五代類書與詩歌. Journal of Xiamen University廈門大學學報107 (1991.3): 127-32.
  71. “Group of Writers in the He-Fen Region and the Literature of Late Sui and Early Tang” 河汾作家群與隋唐之際文學. Journal of Humanities 學術論叢 1991.2: 47-52 (Shanxi Academy of Social Science).
  72. “Study on the Collection of Wuxing ji” 大歷年浙西聯唱: 吳興集考論. Journal of Ningbo University 寧波大學學報 4.1 (1991.6): 79-86.
  73. “On Wang Wei’s Influence in Chan Buddhism” 試論王維對禪宗的反影響. Literary Heritage 文學遺產 1991.4: 46-50. CSSCI (Chinese Academy of Social Science). CSSCI
  74. “Wang Ji and the Wei-Jin Spirit” 王績與魏晉風度. Tang Literary Studies 唐代文學研究 2 (1991): 1-7.
  75. “Complementary Studies to the Dali nian Zhedong lianchangji” 大歷年浙東聯唱集補考. Journal of the Social Science Academy of Jiangsu Province 江海學刊153 (1991.3): 190.
  76. “Study on Authors of the Complete Tang Essays (1)” 全唐文作者訂正一. Journal of the Social Science Academy of Jiangsu Province 江海學刊154 (1991.4): 51.
  77. “Study on Authors of the Complete Tang Essays (2)” 全唐文作者訂正二. Journal of the Social Science Academy of Jiangsu Province 江海學刊155 (1991.5): 105.
  78. “Study on Authors of the Complete Tang Essays (3)” 全唐文作者訂正三. Journal of the Social Science Academy of Jiangsu Province 156 江海學刊 (1991.6), 29.
  79. “Review of the Poetry of the High Tang” 盛唐詩評介. Literary Heritage 文學遺產 1 (1991):128-33. Chinese Academy of Social Science.
  80. “On Jiaoran’s Date of Entering Buddhist Monastery and Buddhist Lineage” 皎然出家時間及佛門宗系考述. Journal of Xiamen University 廈門大學學報 1990.1.
  81. “Study on the Collection of Dalinian Zhedong lianchangji” 大歷年浙東聯唱集考述. Literary Heritage 文學遺產增刊 18 (1989): 99-107. (Chinese Academy of Social Science).
  82. “The Popularization of Traditional Chinese Poetry” 詩可以群: 中國傳統詩歌普及化軌跡描述. Journal of the Social Science Academy of Jiangsu Province 江海學刊142 (1989.4): 149-55.
  83. “World of Fiction: On An Important Feature of Music Bureau Poetry” 虛構的世界: 論樂府詩的一個重要特性. Journal of Liaoning University 遼寧大學學報 5 (1988): 75-78.
  84. “Review of the Poetry of the Early Tang” 初唐詩評介. Literary Heritage 文學遺產 3 (1985):140-43.
  85. “Jiaoran lun Dali jiangnan shiren bianxi” 皎然論大曆江南詩人辨析 [A Study of Jiaoran’s Criticism of the Poets of the Southeastern Region during the Dali Reign-period]. Literary Criticism 文學評論叢刊 22 (1984): 136-58. (Chinese Academy of Social Science).

Co-Authored Chinese Dictionaries 辭典

  1. Dictionary of Li Bai 李白大辭典. Nanning: Guangxi renmin, 1995 (author of 22 articles).
  2. Dictionary of Tang and Five Dynasties Writers 中國文學家大辭典: 唐五代卷. Beijing: Zhonghua shuju, 1992 (author of about 300 articles).
  3. Dictionary of Tang Poetry 唐詩大辭典. Nanjing: Jiangsu renmin, 1990 (author of about 300 articles).
  4. Critical Reading of Ancient Love Poetry 古代愛情詩詞鑒賞辭典. Shenyang: Liaoning University Press, 1990 (author of 8 articles).
  5. Critical Reading of Tang Poetry 唐詩鑒賞辭典補編. Chengdu: Sichuan wenyi, 1991 (author of 3 articles).

 

Conference Presentations (Overseas) 會議論文(海外)

  1. “New Poetry from the Turquoise Pond: Women Poets in Eighth to Ninth Century China”. Philology and the Study of Classical Chinese Literature: An International Symposium on the Future of Sinology in the 21st Century. University of Colorado, Boulder, April 2018.
  2. “The Concept of Gender Relation in the Classic of Changes and Its Influence on Later Educational Books for Women.” 2016 World Consortium for Research in Confucian Cultures, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, July 24-28, 2016.
  3. “Li Zehou’s Reconception of Confucian Ethics of Emotion.” International Conference on Li Zehou and Confucian Philosophy, University of Hawaii and East West Center, October, 2015.
  4. “Reading the Daoist Priestess Tian Yuansu’s Epitaph.” New Frontiers in the Study of Medieval China. Rutgers University, USA, May 2015.
  5. “Comparative Study on Daoist Women’s Religious Practices and the Daoist Master Du Guangting’s Expectations of Them in Tang China (618-907).” Annual Meeting of American Academy of Religion, San Diego, November 2014.
  6. “Confucian Ethics of Emotion and Its Inspiration to the Changing World Cultural Order.” Inaugural Conference of World Consortium for Research in Confucian Culture. University of Hawaii and East West Center, October 2014.
  7. “Study on the Taoist Priestess-Physician Hu Yin.” The 9th International Conference on Daoism, Boston University, May 2014.
  8. “Rereading ‘The Maiden from Mt. Hua’ along with the Tomb Inscription of Tian Yuansu.” Reading Gender in Chinese Religious Texts and Images, The George Washington University, November 2013.
  9. “Interpretation of Shen and Ming.” International Conference on Chinese Philosophy. Korean Association of Chinese Studies, Seoul University, South Korea, August 2013.
  10. “Du Guangting and the Hagiographies of Tang Daoist Women.” Tang Studies: the Next Twenty-Five Years: An International Conference to Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the T’ang Studies Society. University at Albany, SUNY, May 8-9, 2009.
  11. “Origin of the Concept De or Virtue.” Annual Meeting of Asian Studies in Pacific Coast, University of Victoria, Canada, June 13-15, 2008.
  12. “Face Motifs of Jade and Bronze Artifacts.” British Association for Chinese Studies, Annual Meeting, University of Manchester, U.K. Sep. 5-8, 2007.
  13. “Religious Origin of Dao.” Annual Meeting of American Academy of Religion, November 18-21, 2006, Washington DC, USA.
  14. “Feminine Images in the Laozi.” 25th Anniversary Conference of the Women’s Studies in Religion Program, Harvard University, February 22, 2006.
  15. “Images of Taoist Priestesses in Male-Authored Literature.” The 20th Chinese Culture Forum, Harvard University. Dec. 15, 2005.
  16. “The Split of the Hongzhou Line and the Rise of the Shitou Line: Deconstructing the Traditional Genealogy of Chan Buddhism.” XVth European Association of Chinese Studies, Heidelberg, Germany, August 2004.
  17. “Modern Interpretations of Liushi: The ‘Hermeneutic Circle’ and Its Dissolution.” Poetic Thought and Hermeneutics Conference, Yale University, USA, May 2003.
  18. “Fu and the Dawu Dance-and-Music Suite.” The Sixth Annual Asian Studies Conference Japan, Tokyo, 22-23 June 2002.
  19. “A New Interpretation of Yi.” The Seventh Biennial Conference of the Chinese Studies Association of Australia, Canberra, 2001.
  20. “Bai Juyi's New Idea of Eremitism in Officialdom and the Hongzhou School of Chan Buddhism.” Annual Meeting of American Oriental Society (Western Branch), Seattle, 1998.
  21. “An Interpretation of Qun.” Annual Meeting of American Oriental Society (Western Branch), Boulder, 1997.
  22. “The Pearl Scholars and the Final Establishment of Regulated Verse.” Annual Meeting of American Oriental Society (Western Branch), Los Angeles, 1995.
  23. “Feng Menglong’s Concept of Religion.” Western Conference of the Association for Asian Studies, Louis Clark, USA, 1995.

Conference Presentations (Greater China Region, selected) 會議論文(大中華地區)

  1. “Classical Confucian Concept of the Relationship between Yi and Li and Its Inspiration to the Modern Way of Business.” Conference on the Way of Business and Culture, Hang Seng Management College, Hong Kong, July 2018.
  2. "The Historical Development of Dongzhen Sacrifice and Research Background.” Seminar on Dongzhen Temple, Weifang, China, 19 May 2018.
  3. "Jidu Temple: The Legacy of Traditional Chinese State Sacrifice to River Spirits". International Symposium on Authenticity and Representation: Case Studies on Yuanmingyuan and Others, PolyU, Hong Kong, 13 March 2018 (Mar 2018)
  4. “Space-Time and Destiny in Confucian Classics.” International Conference on the Relevance of the Classics, Oct., 2017, HK PolyU.
  5. “Establishment of the Patriarchal Monastery of Xuefeng Yicun.” International Conference on the Patriarchal Monasteries of Chinese Buddhism, Xi’an, 17-20 November, 2016.
  6. “Study on Linji Yixuan’s Life.” The 8th Cross-Strait Four Regions and International Conference on the Study of Buddhism, Chinese University of Hong Kong, June 24-26, 2016.
  7. “A New Interpretation of Cheng and Its Religious Origin.” Inaugural International Conference on New Philology and the Study of Early China, University of Macau, June 20-21, 2016.
  8. “The Source of the Chinese Conception of Deity.” The 10th International Conference on Daoist Studies, Taichung, Taiwan, May 26-29, 2016.
  9. “Gender and Cosmology Revisited.” International Forum on Gender and Religion in China: A Dialogue between Texts and Contexts, Chinese University of Hong Kong, December 18-19, 2015.
  10. “Study on Yu Xuanji.” High Level Conference on Classical Chinese Literature, Nanjing University, August 2015.
  11. “Reading beyond Oneness and Difference.” 19th International Conference of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy, Chinese University of Hong Kong, July 2015.
  12. “Philosophical Reading of the Platform Sutra.” 7th Cross-Strait Four-Region and International Conference on Buddhist Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, July 2015.
  13. “Humanistic Buddhism and Sustainable Communities: with the Theory of Humanistic Pure Land and the Practice of Major Buddhist Organizations of Macau as Examples.” International Conference on Buddhist Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2014.
  14. “Redefining the Ideal Personality: A Comparative Study between the Concept of Detachment in the Aṣṭasāhasrikā and Guo Xiang’s Theory of Eremitism at Court.” The Sixth Cross-Strait Four-Region and International Conference on Buddhist Studies, 2014, University of Macau.
  15. “Establishment of Youji Chan Monastery and Its Significance.” The Second Chinese Buddhism Forum, Shenzhen, October 2013.
  16. “Perspectives and Methods on the Study of Chan Buddhism.” Inaugural Conference of Chinese Academy of Buddhism, Chinese University of Hong Kong, July 2013.
  17. “Medicine Theory and Longevity Technique.” The 8th International Conference of Asian Scholars, University of Macau, June 2013.
  18. “Humanistic Buddhism and Sustainable Communities: With the Theory of Humanistic Pure Land and the Practice of Macau Chan-Pure Land Center as Examples.” Chinese Academy of Social Science, Macau, Oct. 2013
  19. “Humanistic Buddhism in Macau.” Conference on Religion’s Modern Role, April 2013, Shenzhen University.
  20. “Study on the Linji Lineage of Chan Buddhism.” Conference on the History of the North Borderland of China in Middle Age: Minorities, Religions and Arts, November 2012, University of Macau.
  21. “Baozanglun and Chinese Intellectual Tradition.” 2012 Cross-Strait Conference on Buddhist Studies. Hong Kong, Chinese University of Hong Kong, October 2012.
  22. “Management Modes of Macau Buddhist Organizations.” Conference on Management Modes of Religions, September 2012, Chinese Academy of Social Science, Macau.
  23. “Li Bai and the Tradition of Gufeng.” Conference on Honor of Professor Yu Xianhao’s Eightieth Birthday, December 2011, Nanjing Normal University.
  24. “Identity of Daoist Priestesses in Tang China.” International Conference on Women and Gender in Chinese Religion, June 2011, University of Macau.
  25. “Monastic Codes of Chan Buddhism and Its Inspiration to Contemporary Monastic Ethics of Humanistic Buddhism.” 2010 Cross-Strait Conference on Buddhist Studies. Hong Kong, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Dec. 20-22, 2010.
  26. “Classical Chan Buddhism and Humanistic Buddhism.” Keynote speech at the Third Cross-Strait Conference on Buddhist Studies. Beijing, China, Dec. 18-21, 2009.
  27. “Western and Japanese Scholarship on Chinese Buddhist Literature.” Literary Heritage International Forum, Southwest University, Chongqing, China. July 20-23, 2007.
  28. “Religious Origin of Dao and Its Signification in the Laozi.” International Conference on Celebration of Jau Trung-i’s 90th Birthday. Nine Universities of Hong Kong. December, 2006.
  29. “Yu Xuanji’s Travel Poems.” International Conference on Chinese Travel Literature, Chinese University of Hong Kong. Nov. 24-25, 2006.
  30. “New Perspectives in the Studies of Laozi.” International Conference on Chinese Studies, Xiamen University, China. Nov. 25-26, 2006.
  31. “Study on Yongcheng jixianlu.” International Conference on Tang Literature, Chinese Association for Tang Literary Studies, Beijing, China. Aug. 21-26, 2006.
  32. “Study on the Epic Poems in the Shijing.” International Conference on Chinese Literature. Nanjing University, China. June 23-26, 2005.
  33. “Synthetic Approach of Critical and Textual Studies on Classical Chinese Literature.” Conference on the Development of Traditional Chinese Literature Studies. Xiamen University, China. May 1-3, 2005.
  34. “Authentic Author of the Chan Poems Attributed to Baozhi (ca. 418-514).” International Conference on Han-Wei-Liuchao Literature and Religion, Baptist University, Hong Kong, December 2003.
  35. “New Interpretation of Xing.” International Conference on Classical Poetry. University of Macau, Dec. 14-16, 2002.
  36. “Study on the Author of the Chan Poems in the Collected Poems of Hanshan.” International Conference on Tang Literature and Religion, Baptist University, Hong Kong, 28-30 May 2002.
  37. “The Origin and Evolution of the Traditional Concept of Great Hermit.” International Conference on Chinese Culture, Macau University, Macau, 15-16 December 2001.
  38. “An Interpretation of ‘Shi keyi qun’.” International Conference on Oriental Poetics. Hong Kong Baptist University, Jan. 10-12, 2001.
  39. “A Study of Jinglong wenguan ji.” International Conference on Tang Literature. Wuhan University, China, Oct. 16-18, 2000.
  40. “Ci Poems on the Southeastern Region by Tang and Five Dynasties Poets.” International Conference on Ci Poetry, Macau University, July 6-8 2000.
  41. “ ‘Ordinary Mind Is the Way’ and the Middling Hermit.” International Conference on Religion and Literature, Hong Kong Baptist University, 1997.
  42. “On the Group of Poets of Han Yu and Meng Jiao.” International Conference on Tang Literature Studies. Xiamen University, Dec. 1992.
  43. “Li Bai and the Tradition of Gufeng.” International Conference on Li Bai Studies. Chinese Society of Li Bai Studies, Ma’anshan, China, July, 1991.
  44. “Wang Wei’s Influence on Chan Buddhism.” Conference on Wang Wei Studies. Northwest University, Xi’an, China, May 1991.
  45. “Shu Culture and Li Bai, Chen Zi’ang.” International Conference on Tang Literary Studies. Nanjing University, China, Dec. 1990.

 

Research Postgraduates Supervised 指導研究生

PhD Graduates

  1. Bai Zhaojie, U of Macau, 2011-2016, “Integration and Institutionalization: Daoism in the First Half of the Tang Dynasty.” Graduated. Now assistant professor/researcher in Shanghai Academy of Social Science.
  2. Yu Chunli, U of Macau, 2011-2016, “Study on the Tang Poet Chen Zi’ang.” Graduated. Now assistant professor in Zhejiang Ocean University.
  3. Huang Chenxi, U of Macau, 2012-2017. “Early Chinese Concepts of the Animal and Plant and Cosmology.” Graduated, now postdoc at Renmin University.
  4. Liu Gonghuang, U of Macau, 2012-2017. “Interaction between the Chinese Translations of Buddhist Scriptures and Native Chinese Thoughts during the Eastern Han and Three Kingdoms Period.” Graduated, now postdoc at Sun Yat-san University.

MPhil Graduates

  1. Kwok Kam Hung (City U)
  2. Chen Wenli (U of Macau)
  3. Huang Chenxi (U of Macau)
  4. Wang Xianglan (U of Macau)
  5. Sam Si Man (U of Macau)
  6. Lam Man I (U of Macau)
  7. Iong Chi Loi (U of Macau)

 

Courses Taught 教過課程

  1. Women in Daoism (Harvard Divinity School), in English, graduate
  2. Classical Chinese Fiction (PolyU), in Chinese, graduate
  3. Research Writing in Philosophy and Religious Studies (U of Macau), in English, graduate
  4. Asian Values and Moral Traditions (U of Macau), in English, undergraduate
  5. Asian Philosophy: An Introduction (U of Macau), in English, undergraduate
  6. Buddhist Philosophy (U of Macau), in English, undergraduate
  7. Special Topics in Religious Studies (U of Macau), in Chinese, graduate
  8. The Analects (U of Macau), in Chinese, undergraduate
  9. Mencius (U of Macau), in Chinese, undergraduate
  10. Topics in Literature (U of Macau), in Chinese, graduate
  11. Topics in Classical Chinese Literature (U of Macau), in Chinese, graduate
  12. Methods in Classical Chinese Literary Studies (U of Macau), in Chinese, graduate
  13. Classical Chinese (U of Colorado), in English, undergraduate
  14. Modern Chinese (U of Colorado), in English, undergraduate
  15. Chinese Literature and Religion (City U); in Chinese, undergraduate
  16. Classical Chinese Literature (City U); in Chinese, undergraduate
  17. Classical Chinese Fiction (City U); in Chinese, undergraduate
  18. Topics in Tang Poetry, City U of Hong Kong; in Chinese, undergraduate
  19. Topics in Li Bai (City U); in Chinese, undergraduate
  20. Great Woks in Classical Chinese Literature (City U); in Chinese, undergraduate
  21. Daoism and Chinese Literature (Xiamen U); in Chinese, undergraduate
  22. Buddhism and Chinese Literature (City U); in Chinese, undergraduate
  23. History of Classical Chinese Literature (City U); in Chinese
  24. Readings in Classical Chinese Literary Works (City U); in Chinese, undergraduate
  25. Tang-Song shi-ci Poetry (City U); in Chinese, undergraduate

 

University Service 大學行政服務

PolyU
08/2017 - 03/2019: Chair of Departmental Research Committee
From 08/2017: Member of Departmental Staffing Committee
From 08/2017: Member of Faculty Staffing Committee
08/2017 - 03/2019: Member of Faculty Research Committee
From 08/2017: Subject Leader, Master of Arts in Chinese Culture
11/2017 - 10/2019: Director of Confucius Institute of Hong Kong

 

Community Service:
From 05/2017: Adviser, Association of Filial Piety

 

Other Institutions:
2008-2009, Member, MA Program Planning Committee, Dept. of Chinese
2008-2010, Departmental Representative to University Library 06/2009, Member, Honors College Interview Committee
2009-2011, Coordinator, Undergraduate Program, Dept. of Chinese
2009-2011, Leader, General Education Course Development Team: Chinese and Foreign Languages
2009-2011, Member, General Education Course Development Team: Values, Ethics and Meaning of Life
2009-2011, Chair, Undergraduate Program Curricular Reform Committee, Department of Chinese
02-05/2010, Chair, Organizing Committee for Open-House Activity
2010-2011, Acting Coordinator, Task Force on Philosophy and Religious Studies for the establishment of PhD program in philosophy and religious studies and for the revision of the Minor Program in Philosophy
2010-2011, Member, Promotion Committee, Faculty of Education
2012/2013, Member, Recruitment Committee, Faculty of Social Science and Humanities
2013/2014, Member, Recruitment Committee, Faculty of Social Science and Humanities
2013-2014, University Scholarship Committee
2015-2016, Member, Promotion Committee, Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Since 09/2015, Member, Faculty Undergraduate Study Committee
Since 09/2015 Fellow, Lui Che Woo Residential College
Since 02/2016 Coordinator, Lecture Series of Chinese Philosophy and Religious Studies Salon.

 

Organizer of many guest lectures by renowned Chinese and international scholars
Member of many undergraduate, master, and Doctoral admission interview committees
Member of many M.A. thesis examination committees.

 

12/2009, Member, PHD Thesis Exam Committee for Chen Guoming
04/12 Chair, Second PhD Qualifying Examination Committee for Susan E Schopp (History) 02/12 Member, First PhD Qualifying Examination Committee for Bai Zhaojie 05/12 Member, Second PhD Qualifying Examination Committee for Bai Zhaojie
12/2012 Chair, PhD Thesis Proposal Assessment Committee for Susan E Schopp (History) 12/2012 Member, Third PhD Qualifying Examination Committee for Bai Zhaojie 11/2012 Chair, Third PhD Qualifying Examination Committee for Susan E Schopp 05/2013 Member, First PhD Qualifying Examination Committee for Liu Gonghuang 05/2013 Member, First PhD Qualifying Examination Committee for Huang Chenxi
05/2013 Member, PhD Thesis Proposal Assessment for Bai Zhaojie 05/2013 Member, PhD Qualifying Examination Committee for Yu Chunli (three exams) 03/2013 Chair, First PhD Qualifying Examination Committee for Patrick Connolly (History) 11/2013 Member, Second PhD Qualifying Examination Committee for Liu Gonghuang 11/2013 Member, Second PhD Qualifying Examination Committee for Huang Chenxi
12/2013 Member, Third PhD Qualifying Examination Committee for Liu Gonghuang 12/2013 Member, Third PhD Qualifying Examination Committee for Huang Chenxi 12/2013 Member, PhD Thesis Proposal Assessment for Yu Chunli 05/2013 Member, PhD Thesis Proposal Assessment Committee for Huang Chenxi 08/2013 Chair, Second PhD Qualifying Examinaiton Committee for Patrick Connolly
03/2014 Member, PhD Thesis Examination Committee for Wong Wei Chin (History) 2013/2014 Philosophy Recruitment Committee
05/2014 Member, PhD Thesis Proposal Assessment for Liu Gonghuang
08/2015 Member, PhD oral defence examination committee for Patrick Connolly
01/2006 Member, Thesis Proposal Assessment Committee for Mario Enchano
05/2016 Member, PhD oral defence examination committee for Bai Zhaojie
11/2016 Member, PhD oral defence examination committee for Yu Chunli

 

08/2017 - 03/2019, Chair, Research Committee, Department of Chinese Culture, PolyU
Since 08/2017, Member, Staffing Committee, Department of Chinese Culture, PolyU
Since 08/2017, Member, Staffing Committee, Faculty of Humanities, PolyU
08/2017 - 03/2019, Member, Research Committee, Faculty of Humanities, PolyU

 

Community Service 社群服務

09/2010, reviewed questions on religions for the 20th Delta Asia Cup, Delta Asia Society for Social & Cultural Development 第20屆匯業杯宗教題目,Macau
11/2011: Reviewed questions on religions for the 21st Delta Asia Cup, Delta Asia Society for Social & Cultural Development 第21屆匯業杯宗教題目,Macau 08/2012: Reviewed questions on religions for the 22nd Delta Asia Cup, Delta Asia Society for Social & Cultural Development 第22屆匯業杯宗教題目,Macau
08/2013: Reviewed questions on religions for the 23rd Delta Asia Cup, Delta Asia Society for Social & Cultural Development 第23屆匯業杯宗教題目,Macau
Since 11/2014, President, Macau Association of Chinese Religious and Cultural Studies 澳門中華宗教文化研究會, organized many lectures and speeches, and reached out to middle school students and local religious organizations.
2015-2017, Review research projects for Macau Cultural Affairs Bureau