Robert 1932 and Barbara Black Professor in Asian Studies
The Preclassics Era: Excavated Manuscripts and the Origins of the Study of Chinese Classics (National Taiwan University Press, forthcoming 2014).
Dao, Neo-Confucian Principle, and Chan Buddhism in Chinese Calligraphy and Painting (Academy Press, forthcoming 2013).
Before the “First Classic” (Editor; M.E. Sharpe, 2013).
Chinese Arts as a Cosmology, 12 chapters, Ethnic Arts Quarterly 2011.1-4, 2012.1-4, and 2013.1-4.
Poetry Has No Hidden Intentions: Unearthing the Buried Confucian Poetic Tradition (Editor; M.E. Sharpe, 2008).
Written on Bamboo and Silk: Thought and Schools in Early China (Lantai Press, 2005).
“Towards a Transparent Transcription,” Asiatische Studien , 59:1 (2005) 31-60.
Research on the Silk Manuscript Book of Changes (Peoples’ Press, 1997).
Works in progress
Textual, intellectual and methodological issues of recently discovered early bamboo and silk manuscripts