Publications authored by project members
Hilde De Weerdt
Information, Territory, and Networks: The Crisis and Maintenance of Empire in Song China. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Asia Center, c2015.
Reinventing Chinese Political History. Inaugural lecture, Leiden University, November 7, 2014.
- Printed Dutch and English versions
- Spoken version, edited
- Chinese translation (main text only): Chongsu Zhongguo zhengzhi shi 重塑中國政治史, Hanxue yanjiu tongxun 漢學研究通訊 34:2 (2015), 1-9 (Fu Yang, tr.).
Chinese translation of Competition over Content: Negotiating Standards for the Civil Service Examinations in Imperial China (1127-1276): Yizhi zhi zheng: Nan Song keju guifan zhi zhechong 义旨之争：南宋科举规范之折冲 (Hangzhou: Zhejiang University Press, 2015) (Hu Yongguang, tr.).
Union in Separation – Diasporic Communities in the Eastern Mediterranean (1100-1900), Heidelberg Studies on Asia and Europe in a Global Context, Heidelberg: Springer, forthcoming 2014 (with S. Burkhardt, G. Christ, W. Kaiser, R. Zaugg)
Hilde De Weerdt and Chu Mingkin
The Making of the Literati Notebook (9th-13th C). Theme issue in East Asian Publishing and Society 6 (2016).
書信與十至十三世紀宋金元代士人交流/Letters and Literati Communication during the Song, Jin, and Yuan Dynasties (10th-13th C). Theme issue in 北大史學/Clio at Beida 20 (2016).
Brent/Hou Ieong Ho 何浩洋
陳詩沛, 涂豐恩, and何浩洋. 數位人文趨勢與「21 世紀的史家技藝」工作坊 (Developments in Digital Humanities and Twenty-First-Century Historical Skills, A Workshop). In 國史研究通訊， 2013 (4)，pp. 163-71.
"Chinese Empires in Comparative Perspective: A Digital Approach," co-authored with Chu Mingkin and Hilde De Weerdt. “Empires and Imperialism in Asia,” special issue in Verge: Studies in Global Asias, vol. 4 (2016), 58-69.
Chu Ming-kin 朱銘堅
“北宋太學蘇嘉案考釋” (The Case of Su Jia in the Northern Song Dynasty), 中國文化研究所學報 Journal of Chinese Studies, 56 (2013), pp.143-168.
“北宋中後期國子學的發展及其政治意義” (The Development of the Directorate School and Its Political Meaning in the Middle and Late Northern Song), 臺大歷史學報 Historical Inquiry, Vol.54 (Dec. 2014), pp.1-45.
“The Making of Iconic Disloyalty: The Evolution of Liu Mengyan’s (1219-ca.1295) Image since the Thirteenth Century”, Frontiers of History in China, Vol.10 No.1 (2015), pp.1-37.
“Official Recruitment, Imperial Authority, and Bureaucratic Power: The Case of Yu Fan in its context of political intrigue”, Journal of Song-Yuan Studies, Vol.45 (2015), pp.207-238.
"Introduction," "The Making of the Literati Notebook (9th-13th C)," co-authored with Hilde De Weerdt. East Asian Publishing and Society 6 (2016), 1-4.
"Chinese Empires in Comparative Perspective: A Digital Approach," co-authored with Hilde De Weerdt and Ho Hou-Ieong. “Empires and Imperialism in Asia,” special issue in Verge: Studies in Global Asias, vol. 4 (2016), 58-69.
導言: 書信與十至十三世紀宋金元代士人交流/"Introduction: Letters and Literati Communication during the Song, Jin, and Yuan Dynasties (10th-13th C)," co-authored with Hilde De Weerdt. 北大史學/Clio at Beida, Vol.20 (2016), pp.221-223.
“金元之際的士人網絡與訊息溝通——以《中州啟劄》內與呂遜的書信為中心” (Literati network and communication during the Jin-Yuan transition: a study of the letters to Lü Xun in the Epistolary Writings of the Central Plain), 北大史學/Clio at Beida, Vol.20 (2016), pp.286-310.
“Secret of long tenure: A study of Zheng Gangzhong’s letters to Qin Hui’s associates”, T’oung Pao, Vol.102 No.1-3 (2016), pp.121-160.
Hilde De Weerdt
"The Diverging Legacies of Classical Empires in China and Europe," co-authored with Wim Blockmans. European Review 24.2 (2016), 306-24.
"Continuities between Scribal and Print Publishing in Twelfth-Century Song China--The Case of Wang Mingqing's Serialized Notebooks." East Asian Publishing and Society 6 (2016), 54-83.
"Introduction," "The Making of the Literati Notebook (9th-13th C)," co-authored with Mingkin Chu. East Asian Publishing and Society 6 (2016), 1-4.
"Shmuel N. Eisenstadt and the Comparative Political History of Pre-Eighteenth-Century Empires." The Asian Review of World Histories, 4.1 (2016), 133-63.
"Chinese Empires in Comparative Perspective: A Digital Approach," co-authored with Chu Mingkin and Ho Hou-Ieong. “Empires and Imperialism in Asia,” special issue in Verge: Studies in Global Asias, vol. 4 (2016), 58-69.
導言: 書信與十至十三世紀宋金元代士人交流/"Introduction: Letters and Literati Communication during the Song, Jin, and Yuan Dynasties (10th-13th C)," co-authored with Chu Mingkin. 北大史學/Clio at Beida, Vol.20 (2016), pp.221-223.
Hilde De Weerdt
Chinese Cities, 600-1300. The Oxford Handbook of Cities in World History. Ed. Peter Clark, pp. 292-308. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013.
The Production and Circulation of ‘Written Notes’ (biji). In Imprimer sans profit? Le livre non commercial dans la Chine impériale. Ed. Michela Bussotti and Jean-Pierre Drège, pp. 19-47. Ecole pratique des hautes études. Geneva: Librairie Droz, 2015.
“The Dolfin Connection – A Medieval Venetian Trade Network.” Union in Separation – Diasporic Communities in the Eastern Mediterranean (1100-1900). Ed. J Morche, et al. Heidelberg: Springer, 2014, forthcoming.
Hilde De Weerdt
The Cambridge History of China, Volume 5. The Five Dynasties and Sung China, 960–1279 AD, part 2, edited by John Chaffee et al., The Journal of Chinese History 1 (2016), forthcoming.
The Destruction of the Medieval Chinese Aristocracy by Nicolas Tackett. The Journal of Interdisciplinary History 46.4 (2016), 39-41.
Drifting among Rivers and Lakes: Southern Song Dynasty Poetry and the Problem of Literary History by Michael A. Fuller. Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies
The History of the Book in South Asia edited by Francesca Orsini. Library & Information History 30:4 (2014), 299-301.
A Tale of Two Monasteries: Westminster and Saint-Denis in the Thirteenth Century by William Chester Jordan. Defining the Global Middle Ages, http://globalmedieval.modhist.ox.ac.uk/?page_id=265 (2014).
Li Zhi and the Virtue of Desire by Pauline Lee. Philosophy East and West, 64:4 (2014), 1106-1108.
Universal Empire. A Comparative Approach to Imperial History and Representation in Eurasian History edited by P. Fibiger Bang and D. Kolodziejczyk. The English Historical Review 129:538 (2014) 667-69.doi: 10.1093/ehr/ceu133.
Peter Lorge, editor, Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms. American Historical Review 118 (2013),167-68.
Women of the Conquest Dynasties: Gender and Identity in Liao and Jin China by Linda Cooke Johnson. Journal of Social History (2013). First published online May 2, 2013 doi: 10.1093/jsh/sht029.
Renaissances: The One or the Many? By Jack Goody. The English Historical Review 128:531 (2013), 515-17. First published online September 13, 2012 doi:10.1093/ehr/ces231.
‘Dividing the Realm in Order to Govern’: The Spatial Organization of the Song State by Ruth Mostern. Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient, forthcoming.
Chinese Political Culture in Translation
Recent blog posts
International Medieval Congress 2015 by mchu, July 30, 2015, 5:11 p.m.
Team members Hilde De Weerdt, Chu Mingkin and Julius Morche contributed to the panel “Historical Knowledge Networks in Global Perspective” ......read more
MARKUS update and new tools by hweerdt, March 12, 2015, 7:38 a.m.
Away day for the "State and society network" at LIAS by mchu, Dec. 5, 2014, 1:40 p.m.
Team members Hilde De Weerdt, Julius Morche and Chu Ming-kin participated in the Away Day of the “state and society ......read more
@Hilde De Weerdt
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In Leiden for 3 days of #globalhistory, from c. 1600-1968! Nodes, Networks, Orders: Transformative Connectivity https://t.co/1NQRDUUvgt6 days, 2 hours ago
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Beautiful data visualisations by @hild_de on medieval Chinese marriage & communic networks to start Day2 of Itinerario conference @UniLeiden6 days, 2 hours ago
Digital Resource for Chinese Empires in Comparative Perspective https://t.co/6IAsaO4lwr by @hild_de. Cc @NTUHistory #dhad20172 weeks, 2 days ago
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