TOC: Journal of Chinese Humanities Volume 6.2; Special Issue – Limitations of the Tang-Song Transition Theory

Dear Colleagues,

The latest issue of the Journal of Chinese Humanities (JOCH) is now available, open acces, on Brill. Please find the table of contents below as well as a link to the full text: HERE.

Volume 6.2; Special Issue: Limitations of the Tang-Song Transition Theory
Editor’s Introduction: Limitations of the Tang-Song Transition Theory
Author: Qi Sun (孫齊)
Pages: 127–128

Dispelling the Myth of the “Tang-Song Transition Theory”
Author: Jiping Yang (楊際平)
Pages: 129–152

Time to Turn the Page in Tang and Song History Studies: Exploring the Tang-Song Transformation Theory from Multiple Perspectives
Author: Huarui Li (李華瑞)
Pages: 153–179

A Historical Study of Political System Reform in the Tang and Song Dynasties
Author: Huayu Wang (王化雨)
Pages: 180–191

A Discussion of Several Issues Concerning the “Tang-Song Transition”
Author: Fasong Mou (牟發松)
Pages: 192–212

Confucianism and Democracy: Four Models of Compatibility
Authors: Sophia Gao and Aaron J. Walayat
Pages: 213–234

Tao Yuanming’s Perspectives on Life as Reflected in His Poems on History
Author: Yue Zhang (張月)
Pages: 235–258

Review Essays
Buddhism and Modern Chinese Society
Author: Jian Chen (陳堅)
Pages: 259–269

Can Confucianism Save Liberalism? Should It?
Author: Mateusz Janik
Pages: 270–277

Book Reviews
Against Political Equality: The Confucian Case, written by Bai Tongdong
Author: Sor-hoon Tan
Pages: 279–285

Bird Talk and Other Stories by Xu Xu: Modern Tales of a Chinese Romantic, written by Xu Xu
Author: Ronald Suleski
Pages: 286–290

Just Hierarchy: Why Social Hierarchies Matter in China and the Rest of the World, written by Daniel Bell and Wang Pei
Author: Paul Manfredi
Pages: 291–295

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About Ben Hammer

Ben Hammer received his Master's degree from Shandong University and Ph.D. from Peking University, both in Classical Chinese textual studies. He specializes in Confucian texts, textual criticism, and Western Sinology. He is an assistant professor at Shandong University's Advanced Institute for Confucian Studies and is a founder and assistant editor of Journal of Chinese Humanities.

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