Wen Xing 邢文

Robert 1932 and Barbara Black Professor in Asian Studies
Professor of Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Literatures
Director, The Dartmouth Institute for Calligraphy and Manuscript Culture in China

Department(s): 
Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Literatures
Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
Education: 
B.A. Nanjing College of Food Economy
M.A. Nanjing Normal University
Ph.D. Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

Selected Publications

The Preclassics Era: Excavated Manuscripts and the Origins of the Study of Chinese Classics (Taipei: National Taiwan University Press, forthcoming 2015).

Dao, Neo-Confucian Principle, and Chan Buddhism in Chinese Calligraphy and Painting (Beijing: Academy Press, 2014; winner of the 2nd China Fine Arts Award).

Before the “First Classic”  (Editor; New York: 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; New York: M.E. Sharpe, 2008).

Written on Bamboo and Silk: Thought and Schools in Early China (Taipei: Lantai Press, 2005).

Research on the Silk Manuscript Book of Changes (Beijing: People's Press, 1997).

Works in progress

Textual, intellectual and methodological issues of recently discovered early bamboo and silk manuscripts

Chinese calligraphy GIS