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William H. Jr. Nienhauser 倪豪士
Sex:Male 男
Nationality:USA 美國
Period for Grants:9個月
other title: Halls-Bascom Professor of Classical Chinese Literature
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Instituion:Department of East Asian Languages & Literature, University of Wisconsin-Madison美國威斯康辛大學東亞語言文學系

Topic:A Completion of the Translation of Ssu-ma Ch'ien's Shih Chi



Instituion:Department of East Asian Languages & Literature, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA



Homepage:Department of East Asian Languages & Literature, University of Wisconsin-Madison
William H. Jr. Nienhauser

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Article catalog
  • William H. Jr. Nienhauser. 1976. “An Allegorical Reading of Han Yü’s ‘Mao Ying chuan’ (Biography of Fur Point),” Oriens Extremus, 23.2 , 153-174.
  • William H. Jr. Nienhauser. 1977. “A Structural Reading of the Chuan in the Wen-yüan ying-hua,” Journal of Asian Studies, 36.3 , 443-456.
  • William H. Jr. Nienhauser. 1988-89. “The Origins of Chinese Fiction,” Monumenta Serica, 38 , 191-219.
  • William H. Jr. Nienhauser. 1990. “Literature as a Source for Traditional History: The Case of Ou-yang Chan,” CLEAR, 12 , 1-14.
  • William H. Jr. Nienhauser. 1991. “A Reexamination of ‘The Biographies of the Reasonable Officials’ in the Records of the Grand Historian,” Early China, 16 , 209-33.
  • William H. Jr. Nienhauser. 1994. “Female Sexuality and Standards of Virtue in T’ang Narratives,” in Eva Hung, ed., Paradoxes of Traditional Chinese Literature. Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press, , pp. 1-20.
  • William H. Jr. Nienhauser. 1998. “Creativity and Storytelling in the Ch’uan-ch’i: Shen Ya-chih’s T’ang Tales,” CLEAR 20 , 31-70.
  • William H. Jr. Nienhauser. 2003. “Zai shuo Jiu Tang shu ‘Li Bo liezhuan, ’” Wenxue yichan , 1: 32-6.
  • William H. Jr. Nienhauser. 2003. “A Note on a Textual Problem in the Shih chi and Some Speculations Concerning the Compilation of the Hereditary Houses,” T’oung Pao 89 , 39-58.
  • William H. Jr. Nienhauser. 2007. “Biography of Liu Dajie,” CLEAR 27 (December 2005): 200-13. “Tetrasyllabic Shi Poetry: The Book of Poetry (Shi jing),”in How to Read Chinese Poetry: A GuidedAnthology, Zong-qi Cai, ed. New York: Columbia University Press , pp.15-47.
  • William H. Jr. Nienhauser. 2007. For Want of a Hand: A Note on the ‘Hereditary House of the Jin’and Sima Qian’s ‘Chunqiu,’” Journal of the American Oriental Society127 , 229-48.
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