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Dr. Richard John Lynn (2016) (3 Photos)
Richard John Lynn. A. B. Princeton University (magna cum laude); M.A. University of Washington; Ph.D. Stanford University; positions at universities in New Zealand, Australia, U.S.A. and Canada; finally Professor of Chinese thought and literature, University of Toronto, now Professor Emeritus. His publications include Kuan Yün-shih [1286-1324] (Twayne, 1980), Chinese Literature: A Draft Bibliography in Western European Languages (Australian National University Press, 1980), Guide to Chinese Poetry and Drama (G. K. Hall, 1984), The Classic of Changes: A New Translation of the I Ching as Interpreted by Wang Bi (Columbia University Press, 1994; CD-ROM, 1996), The Classic of the Way and Virtue: A New Translation of the Tao-te ching of Laozi as Interpreted by Wang Bi (Columbia University Press, 1999). He is the editor of James J. Y. Liu, Language — Paradox — Poetics: A Chinese Perspective (Princeton University Press, 1988). Current works in progress include a new translation and study of the Daoist classic, the Zhuangzi, with the complete commentary of Guo Xiang (for Columbia University Press), and a book-length study of Huang Zunxian’s literary experiences in Japan (1877– 82).
Hiromi Ito Reading (2016) (1 Photos)
Ito is one of the foremost writers of contemporary Japan, a radical iconoclast known for her bold explorations of the feminine body, sexuality, and motherhood.
Professor LuMing Mao (2015) (1 Photos)
Professor LuMing Mao is chair of the Department of English and professor of English and Asian/Asian American Studies at Miami University. He presented a lecture entitled, "From Images of Hybridity to a Rhetoric of Becoming: Engaging China in the Twenty-First Century."
Mr. Xiping Yao (2015) (1 Photos)
Mr. Xiping Yao is a scholar from Xinzhou Teachers’ University in Shanxi Province, China. He presented a public lecture entitled, "Mount Wutai as a sacred icon: from China's Buddhist Mountain to UNESCO World Heritage."
Dr. Guo-Ming Chen (2014) (1 Photos)
East Asian Studies welcomed Dr. Guo-Ming Chen, a professor of Communication Studies at the University of Rhode Island. He presented a public lecture entitled, " In Search of Stability: Lessons from I Ching ."
Visiting Scholar, Xiping Yao (2014) (1 Photos)
Master Victor Chiang (2014) (6 Photos)
In April, East Asian Studies welcomed Master Victor Chiang to present a public lecture and demonstration entitled, "The Challenge of Chinese Chan Meditation toward Enlightenment."