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Hoyt Cleveland Tillman 田浩
Sex:Male 男
Nationality:USA 美國
Period for Grants:3個月

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Instituion:School of International Letters & Cultures, Arizona State University, USA美國亞歷桑那州立大學

Topic:Confucianism in China Today : Taking the World Zhu Family Association as a Case Study.現代中國儒學:以世界朱氏聯合會為案例



Work catalog
  • Wang Meng-ou xueshu jiangzuo yanjiangji (Scholarly Lectures at the 2015 Professor Wang Meng-ou Forum). Taipei: Chinese Department of NationalChengChi University, 2016; 101 pages.
  • Cultural Authority and Political Culture in China: Exploring Issues with the Zhongyong and the Daotong during the Song, Jin and Yuan Dynasties, Co-authored withChristian Soffel. Muenchener Ostasiatische Studien; Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2012; 223 pages
  • 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.
  • Lishi yu wenhua de zhuisuo: Yu Yingshi jiaoshou bazhi zhushou lunwenji (Historical and Cultural Explorations: Essays Honoring the 80th Birthday of Professor Ying-shihYü), Tian Hao (Tillman), ed. Taipei: Linking (Lianjing) Books, 2009; xxiii + 960 pages.
  • Zhu Xi de siwei shijie (zengdingben). Expanded and revised edition of my Zhu Xi’sWorld of Thought. Taipei: Yunchen wenhua (Asian Culture), 2008; 553 pagesAlso 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 withZhang Xiqing, et al. Shanghai: Shanghai Renmin (People’s) Press, 2007; vi + 211pages.
  • 10-13 shiji Zhongguo wenhua de pengzhuang yu ronghe (Cultural Conflict and Synthesisin China from the 10th to the 13th Centuries), co-edited with Zhang Xiqing andHuang Kuan-chung. Shanghai: Shanghai Renmin (People’s) Press, 2006; vi + 609 pages.
  • Songdai sixiangshi lun (Collected Essays on the History of Thought in the Song Dynasty), an anthology of 18 essays edited by Tian Hao (Tillman). Beijing:Zhongguo shehui kexue wenxian chubanshe (Social Sciences Documentation Publishing House, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences), 2003; iii + 661 pages.
  • 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, 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 ConfucianismChen Liang’s Challenge to Zhu Xi), with my new Preface to the Chinese edition.7Translated 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 (People’s) Press, 1997; xvi + 206 pages. New edition in Fenghuang (Phoenix) Series, Jiangsu Renmin (People’s) Press, January, 2012; xv + 192 pages.:
  • Zhu Xi de siwei shijie (Zhu Xi's World of Thought). Revised and significantly expanded version of Confucian Discourse for a Chinese audience. China Monograph Series edited by Huang Chin-shing. Taipei: Yunchen wenhua (Asian Culture), 1996; 429 pages. Translated from traditional Chinese characters into PRC characters for amonograph series edited by Tang Yijie of Beijing University, and published; Xi’an: Shaanxi Province Normal University (Shaanxi shifandaxue chubanshe),2002, vii + 358 pages.
  • China under Jurchen Rule: Essays on Chin Intellectual and Cultural History. Co-editedwith 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 ComparativPhilosophy Monograph Series, no. 12, edited by Henry Rosemont. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1994, xxi + 150 pages.e
  • Confucian Discourse and Chu Hsi’s Ascendancy. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press,1992, xv + 328 pages.
  • Utilitarian Confucianism: Ch’en Liang’s Challenge to Chu Hsi. Cambridge: HarvardEast Asian Monograph Series, no. 101, Harvard University Press, 1982; xvi + 304 pages.
Article catalog
  • “China’s Particular Values and the Issue of Universal Significance: ContemporarConfucians amidst the Politics of Universal Values,” Philosophy East and West
  • “Modernizing Tradition or Restoring Antiquity as Confucian Alternatives: A View from Reading Wedding Rituals in Contemporary China,” Co-author with Margaret Mih Tillman, in Guy Alitto, ed., Reconstituting Confucianism for the ContemporaryWorld. Springer, 2015, pp. 79-100; Information regarding eBook and book at:
  • “Ghosts, Gods, and the Ritual Practice of Local Officials during the Song: With a Focus on Zhu Xi in Nankang Prefecture,” co-author with Chen Xi (visiting scholar from Wuhan University), Journal of Song and Yuan Studies, No. 44 (2014, actualFebruary, 2016): 291-327. Received Wuhan University’s Award for High Quality
  • “The Confucian Canon’s Pivotal and Problematic Middle Era: Reflecting on the NorthernSong Masters and Zhu Xi,” second author with Yin Hui (visiting scholar fromYuelu Academy, Hunan University), Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy14.1 (March, 2015):95-105.
  • “Southern Sung Confucianism.” In Cambridge History of China. Edited by John Chaffeeand Denis Twitchett. 5.2. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015, pp. 727-790
  • “Wode Zhongguo yanjiu de bujie zhi yuan” (My Life with Chinese Studies), GuojiHanxue yanjiu tongxun (International Sinology Research), Peking University’sAcademy of Chinese Studies, No. 10 (December 2014): 291-306; Huazhong Guoxue (Middle China University National Studies, a journal of the Middle China University of Science and Technology), Vol. 3 (2014 [2015]): 9-18; and Lishi wexian yanjiu (Research on Historical Documents), Huadong Shifan Daxue (East China Normal University), Vol. 34 (2014 [published 2015]): 314-323.
  • “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). ZhongguoWenzhesuo jikan (Journal of the Institute of Chinese Literature and PhilosophyAcademia Sinica), 24.1 (March 2014): 73-94; earlier version eventually published,in Zhong Ri Han jingxue guoji xueshu yantaohui (International Conference on Classical Studies in China, Japan and Korea), edited by Lin Ching-chang, Lu Wudong, and Chiang Chiu-hua. Taipei: Wanjuanlou Library Co., 2015, pp. 51-77.
  • “Nan Song difangguan de guishenguan yu difang shijian: yi Zhu Xi wei zhongxin dekaocha” (Southern Song Local Officials’ Views of Ghosts and Spirits and Their Local Practices: A Study Centered on Zhu Xi), second author with Chen Xi,Renwen Luncong 2014.2 (Humanities Essays and Studies), Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Press, (published June 2015): 183-201.
  • “Zhuzi jiaxun zhi lishi yanjiu” (Historical research on Zhu Xi’s Family Instructions),ncluded in Zhu Jieren, Zhuzi jiaxun (Zhu Xi’s Family Instructions). Shanghai:East China Normal University Press, 2014, pp. 33-47.
  • “Professor James T.C. Liu's Analysis of Reforms in Traditional China.” In Reform inNineteenth-Century China. Edited by Paul Cohen and John Schrecker. Cambridge: Harvard Council on East Asian Studies, Harvard University Press,1976, pp. 14-15.