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饒宗頤國學院漢學叢書(Library of Sinology)四種出版
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饒宗頤國學院漢學叢書(Library of Sinology四種出版

 

隨著近年大批出土文獻公諸於世,中國文化研究再次成爲二十一世紀學界矚目的焦點,香港浸會大學饒宗頤國學院推出全新“漢學叢書”系列,適時發表最前沿的學術成果,以饗同道。“一時代之學術,必有其新材料與新問題”,新材料的大量湧現勢必改變傳統學科的格局,由文獻學、文字學、語言學到人類學、藝術史、宗教學 、哲學以至考古學,許多問題都需要重新進行探討。本叢書透過推動漢學的跨學科研究和國際學術交流,帶頭對傳統中國思想及其在當代的適切性作跨國再概念化。

“饒宗頤國學院漢學叢書”匯集西方漢學名家及學界新銳的原創研究,同時收入高端學術會議的論文集,範圍橫跨語言、文學和歷史,上至古文字考釋,下到文化史研究,視野非常廣闊。本叢書雖以中國古典研究爲中心,但倡導引入全新的研究方法,對象更不限時地,務求對各個文化體系兼收並包。

本叢書以多元化選題和跨學科視野而獨樹一幟。由於漢學本身並非一門獨立學科,研治中國學問務須借鑒、運用其他學科的專門知識和研究方法已經成爲當今學者的共識,因此在重新評估中國文化及其在本世紀全球社會的地位時,跨學科研究的意義尤其重大。 

“饒宗頤國學院漢學叢書”編委會注意甄選治學謹嚴的第一流論著,希望能夠在探討新材料的同時,提出綜合跨學科觀點。故本叢書不單與相關學科和研究領域的學者息息相關,亦能吸引具深度的普羅讀者,以及有意深入認識中國文化的莘莘學子。

爲提升此套叢書在海外學術界的知名度,國學院將與世界著名學術出版社德古意特(De Gruyter)出版社合作,共同推出此系列。

 

第一種

 

 

The Nivison Annals: Selected Works of David S. Nivison on 

Early Chinese Chronology, Astronomy, and Historiography 

 

作者:David Shepherd Nivison (倪德衛)

编者:Adam C. Schwartz

页数:330頁

出版日期:20187

 

內容簡介:

In his last essay just weeks before his death at the age of 91, David S. Nivison says, "Breaking into a formal system - such as a chronology - must be like breaking into a code. If you are successful, success will show right off." Since the late 1970's Nivison has focused his scholarship on breaking the code of Three Dynasties (Xia, Shang, Zhou) chronology by establishing an innovative methodology based on mourning periods, astronomical phenomenon, and numerical manipulations derived from them. Nivison is most readily known in the field for revising (and then revising again) the date of the Zhou conquest of Shang, and for his theory that Western Zhou kings employed two calendars (His so-called "Two yuan" theory), the second being set in effect upon the death of the new king's predecessor and counted from the completion of post-mourning rites for him (i.e., a "second 'first' year"). Nivison's enabling discovery that the Bamboo Annals (BA) had a historical basis was initially designed to make Wang Guowei's analysis of lunar phase terms (the so-called "Four quarter" theory that separated each month into four quarters) work for Western Zhou bronze inscriptions. In order to do so he had to assume that some inscriptions used a second yuan counted from completion of mourning. The king's death was the most important event late in a reign, so this implied that a king's reign-of-record was normally counted from the second yuan, omitting initial mourning years. It follows that when the unexpressed mourning years are forgotten (or edited out) but the dates of the beginning and end of the dynasty are still known, the remaining reigns-of-record cluster toward the beginning and end, and a reign in the middle is enlarged. Problems, ideas, and solutions like the one described above are found throughout this new collection of important works on chronology, astronomy, and historiography.

Previously unpublished collection of the famous sinologist David S. Nivison's works spanning the years 1980-2014. Focus on early Chinese chronology, astronomy, and historiography. 

 

第二種

 


Authorship and Text-making in Early China

 

作者:Hanmo Zhang (張瀚墨)

页数:376頁

出版日期:201810

 

內容簡介:

This book is a timely response to a rather urgent call to seek an updated methodology in rereading and reappraising early Chinese texts in light of newly discovered early writings. For a long time, the concept of authorship in the formation and transmission of early Chinese texts has been misunderstood. The nominal author who should mainly function as a guide to text formation and interpretation is considered retrospectively as the originator and writer of the text. This book illustrates that although some notions about the text as the author’s property began to appear in some Eastern Han texts, a strict correlation between the author and the text results from later conceptions of literary history. Before the modern era, there existed a conceptual gap between an author and a writer. A pre-modern Chinese text could have had both an author and a writer, or even multiple authors and multiple writers. This work is the first study addressing these issues by more systematically emphasizing the connection of the text, the author, and the religious and sociopolitical settings in which these issues were embedded. It is expected to constitute a palpable contribution to Chinese studies and the discipline of philology in general.

 

第三種

 

 

The Oracle Bone Inscriptions from Huayuanzhuang East Translated with an Introduction and Commentary

 

作者:Adam Craig Schwartz (史亞當)

页数:487頁

出版日期:201911

內容簡介:

Since 1899 more than 73,000 pieces of inscribed divination shell and bone have been found inside the moated enclosure of the Anyang-core at the former capital of the late Shang state. Nearly all of these divinations were done on behalf of the Shang kingsand has led to the apt characterization that oracle bone inscriptions describe their motivations, experiences, and priorities. There are, however, much smaller sets of divination accounts that were done on behalf of members of the Shang elite other than the king.First noticed in the early 1930's, grouped and periodized shortly thereafter, oracle bone inscriptions produced explicitly by or on behalf of "royal familygroups" reveal information about key aspects of daily life in Shang societythat are barely even mentioned in Western scholarship. The newly published Huayuanzhuang East Oracle Bone inscriptions are a spectacular addition to the corpus of texts from Anyang: hundreds of intact or largely intact turtle shells and bovine scapulae densely inscribed with records of the divinations in which they were used. They were produced on the behalf of a mature prince of the royal family whose parents, both alive and still very much active, almost certainly were the twenty-first Shang king Wu Ding (r. c. 1200 B.C.) and his consort Lady Hao (fu Hao). The Huayuanzhuang East corpus is an unusually homogeneous set of more than two thousand five hundred divination records, produced over a short period of time on behalf of a prince of the royal family. There are typically multiple records of divinations regarding the same or similar topics that can be synchronized together, which not only allows for remarkable access into the esoteric world of divination practice, but also produce micro-reconstructions of what is essentially East Asia's earliest and most complete "day and month planner." Because these texts are unusually linguistically transparent and well preserved, homogeneous in orthography and content, and published to an unprecedentedly high standard, they are also ideal material for learning to read and interpret early epigraphic texts. The Huayuanzhuang East oracle bone inscriptions are a tremendously important Shang archive of "material documents" that were produced by a previously unknown divination and scribal organization. They expose us to an entirely fresh set of perspectives and preoccupationscentering ona member of the royal family at the commencement of China's historical period. The completely annotated English translation of the inscriptions is the first of its kind, and is a vibrant new source of Shang history that can be accessedto rewrite and supplement what we know about early Chinese civilization and life in the ancient world. Before the discerning reader are the motives, preoccupations, and experiences of a late Shang prince working simultaneously in service both for his Majesty, his parents, and hisown family.

The first completely annotated English translation of an intact Shang dynasty oracle bone archive.     

 

第四種

 

 

Chinese Annals in the Western Observatory An Outline of Western Studies of Chinese Unearthed Documents


作者:Edward L. Shaughnessy (夏含夷)

页数:506頁

出版日期:201911

內容簡介:

Since the beginning of the twentieth century, hundreds of thousands of documents of all sorts have been unearthed in China, opening whole new fields of study and transforming our modern understanding of ancient China. While these discoveries have necessarily taken place in China, Western scholars have also contributed to the study of these documents throughout this entire period.

This book provides a comprehensive survey of the contributions of these Western scholars to the field of Chinese paleography, and especially to study of oracle-bone inscriptions, bronze and stone inscriptions, and manuscripts written on bamboo and silk. Each of these topics is provided with a comprehensive narrative history of studies by Western scholars, as well as an exhaustive bibliography and biographies of important scholars in the field. It is also supplied with a list of Chinese translations of these studies, as well as a complete index of authors and their works.

Whether the reader is interested in the history of ancient China, ancient Chinese paleographic documents, or just in the history of the study of China as it has developed in the West, this book provides one of the most complete accounts available to date.



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