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  • Excursions in Chinese Culture (Defective Product)

Excursions in Chinese Culture (Defective Product)

Festschrift in Honor of William R. Schultz

Marie Chan, Chia-lin Pao Tao, Jing-shen Tao

English , 2002/12 The Chinese University of Hong Kong Press

Tags: Cultural Studies

229 x 152 mm , 244pp ISBN / ISSN : 978-962-201-915-7

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This volume of essays honors William R. Schultz, a leading figure in Chinese studies and a revered teacher. For many years Professor of East Asian Studies at the University of Arizona, Schultz is an authority on Lu Hsun and modern Chinese literature, an editor of thirty-four scholarly books on Chinese literature, including Waiting for the Unicorn: Poems and Lyrics of China's Last Dynasty, 1644-1911 (with Irving Yucheng Lo, 1986), which is the first comprehensive survey of Ch'ing dynasty poetry in English. Covering diverse aspects of Chinese literature, history and culture, the ten articles in this volume are by William Schultz's students, colleagues and friends who salute him as a model of the scholarly and academic ideal.

The three editors are members of the Department of East Asian Studies, The University of Arizona. Professor Emerita Marie Chan has published two monographs on T'ang poets, Kao Shih (1978) and Cen Shen (1983). In addition to Random Thoughts on Chinese Women (in Chinese, 1989) Professor Chia-lin Pao Tao has edited five volumes of Studies in Chinese Women's History (in Chinese). Professor Jing-shen Tao is the author of The Jurchen in Twelfth-century China: A Study of Sinicization (1976) and Two Sons of Heaven: Studies in Sung-Liao Relations (1988).

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