Keith McMahon’s New Book

Keith McMahon’s New Book

Chinese emperors guaranteed male successors by taking multiple wives, in some cases hundreds and even thousands. Women Shall Not Rule offers a fascinating history of imperial wives and concubines, especially in light of the greatest challenges to polygamous...
Jonathan Chaves’s New Book

Jonathan Chaves’s New Book

The Yellow Mountains (Huang shan) of China’s Anhui Province have been famous for centuries as a place of scenic beauty and inspiration for poets, painters, and travelers, and remain a hugely popular tourist destination today. A “golden age” of Yellow Mountains travel...
Charles Egan’s New Book

Charles Egan’s New Book

Charles Egan is Professor of Chinese and Director of the Chinese Flagship Partner Program at San Francisco State University. His recent book Clouds Thick, Whereabouts Unknown: Poems by Zen Monks of China was awarded the Asian translation prize from the American...
New Book Series Edited by Grace S. Fong

New Book Series Edited by Grace S. Fong

  This new series “Women and Gender in China Studies” is edited by Professor Grace S. Fong. It aims to publish theoretically-informed, source-based scholarship on women and gender issues in China studies. Manuscript submissions may range in...
Shengqing Wu’s New Book

Shengqing Wu’s New Book

After the collapse of the Qing dynasty in 1911 and the rise of a vernacular language movement, most scholars and writers declared the classical Chinese poetic tradition to be dead. But how could a longstanding high poetic form simply grind to a halt, even in the face...
Ge Xiaoyin’s 葛晓音 New Book (Chinese Language)

Ge Xiaoyin’s 葛晓音 New Book (Chinese Language)

先秦两汉魏晋南北朝是中国古典诗歌各类体式发源和成熟的时期。《先秦汉魏六朝诗歌体式研究》由葛晓音所著,从语言、节奏、结构、表现方式等多种角度,深入 而系统地探讨了从《诗经》、《楚辞》到五言、七言、杂言等各类诗体产生和发展的原理,各类诗歌体式之间的关系,以及体式的形成与各类诗型的艺术表现感觉和 创作传统之间的关系。可以说,《先秦汉魏六朝诗歌体式研究》是一部视角新颖的唐前诗歌体式生成和体调演进的发展史。 For details, please visit...