2018/4/27 | 16:00-17:30Speaker: Professor Chen JianLanguage: MandarinProfessor Chen Jian, Center for the Study of Excavated Documents and Ancient Philology, Fudan University, also serves as the Director of the Society of Chinese Paleography. His research interest lies in Chinese paleography and excavated ancient texts, with a specialty in deciphering oracle bone script, bronze script, and the Warring States period scripts, and in preparing critical editions of bamboo and silk texts.
After graduating from Sichuan University with a B.A. degree in Chinese, Prof. Chen continued to receive a Master of Arts in Chinese with a concentration in Chinese Paleography from Hebei University (under the supervision of Professor Zhao Ping’an) and a Doctor of Literature in Chinese with a concentration in Classical Chinese Philology from Peking University (under the supervision of Professor Qiu Xigui). His doctoral dissertation, entitled “The Significance of the Periodization and Classification of Yinxu Oracle Bone Inscriptions to the Interpretation of Oracle Bone Script” (collected in his Philological Studies of Oracle Bone and Bronze Scripts [Beijing: Xianzhuang shuju, 2007]), was chosen by PRC’s Ministry of Education and the Academic Degrees Committee of the State Council as one of the 100 National Excellent Doctoral Dissertations in the year 2003. He is the author of more than fifty periodical articles, many of which can be found in his oft-quoted volume The Collected Essays on the Bamboo Manuscripts of Warring States Period (Shanghai: Shanghai guji chubanshe, 2013).
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