CHINATXT

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RESOURCES ON TRADITIONAL CHINA
TRANSLATIONS AND COURSE MATERIALS

Robert Eno

 

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- Bob Eno, November 2019

Most of these items were originally prepared as course teaching materials, and are posted online for instructors and students to use as they wish in not-for-profit educational contexts and for personal use.

For other purposes, apart from fair use, copyright on original materials is not waived.

 

COMPLETE TRANSLATIONS

THE FOUR BOOKS

Online Teaching Translation Series

The Analects of Confucius: An Online Teaching Translation (2015)

Mencius: An Online Teaching Translation (2016)

The Great Learning & The Doctrine of the Mean: An Online Teaching Translation(2016)


Translations with Commentary and Notes

Mencius: Translation, Commentary, and Notes (2016)

The Great Learning & The Doctrine of the Mean: Translation, Commentary, and Notes (2016)

OTHER COMPLETE TRANSLATIONS

Dao de jing

Zhuangzi: The Inner Chapters

Liji, "Tan Gong": Translation, Notes, and Commentary (2016)

 

REFERENCE WORKS


Primer in Literary Chinese (Vols. I - II)

Handbook of Reference Works in Traditional Chinese Studies

Glossed Texts for Shang Oracle Bones

 

ONLINE RESOURCES FROM EAST ASIAN COURSES

 

HISTORY G380: EARLY CHINA (2012)

Course Website

(interactive syllabus with html and ppt files)

A Course in Early Chinese History

(course textbook)

PHILOSOPHY P374: EARLY CHINESE THOUGHT (2010)

Course Website

(interactive syllabus with html and ppt files)

Selected course readings
(other than major translations)

General Introduction
"The Euthyphro" (contrasting Greece & early China)
Historical Background
The Confucian School
Mohism
Logicians and Philosophers of Language
Mencius readings: 12, 34, 5
Dao de jing readings: 12
Guanzi: The Inner Enterprise (Neiye)
Naturalism
Xunzi, Two Chapters: Removing Blinders & Treatise on Tian
Legalism and Huang-Lao Thought
Classicism: The Yijing
Classicism: The Spring and Autumn Annals

 

■ EAST ASIAN ART READINGS (survey course materials [html])

Chinese Literati Painting [slide deck]

Japanese Ukiyo-e

 

■ OTHER SURVEY COURSE MATERIALS ON CHINA (from various courses [pdf])

Introduction to China
Introductory Overview
The Shang Dynasty
The Western Zhou Era
The Eastern Zhou or Classical Era
Schools of Thought in Early China
The Qin Revolution
The Han Dynasty
The Mulberries by the Path, a Han poem (trans.)
Intellectual Trends of the Early Six Dynasties Era
Basic Structures of Buddhism [slide deck]
Tang Culture
A Short Selection of Tang Poems
The Story of Cui Yingying (trans.)
Song Dynasty Political Culture
Brief Outline of Neo-Confucian Figures
Traditions of Literati Painting [slide deck]
Kong Yiji
(trans.)
Communism and Communism in China [slide deck]

 

■ TOOLS

Timeline of Early Chinese Thought

"Philosophical Map" of Classical China