July 30 - August 10, 2018 | East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaiʻi

ASDP Infusing Institute

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Institute Daily Readings

Presenting faculty have assigned readings for their sessions, and the full citation information can be accessed below. Each presenter has prepared a bibliography that includes assigned readings and optional additional readings. These bibliographies along with other materials will be available in the Presenter Session Materials under Resources in the coming weeks.


This list is currently under revision and will be updated as information is available. Access to readings are limited to participants only.



Infusing Chinese Studies into the Undergraduate Curriculum:

A Faculty and Program Development Summer Institute

July 27-August 7, 2015

 

 

Week One Assigned Readings

 

 

Monday, July 27

Robin Wang:  Confucian Humanism:  Traditions and Transformations

Wang, Robin R. (2012). Introduction. In Yingyang:  The Way of Heaven and Earth in Chinese Thought and Culture, pp. 1-40. Cambridge, New York, Melbourne, Madrid, Cape Town, Singapore, São Paulo, Delhi, Mexico City:  Cambridge University Press.

 

-----. (2009). Kundao:  A Lived Body in Female Daoism. Journal of Chinese Philosophy, Vol. 36, No. 2, pp. 277-292

[Note:  these two readings are also assigned for Tuesday, July 28, session]

 

Tuesday, July 28

Robin Wang:  Daoist Naturalism:  Traditions and Transformations

Wang, Robin R. (2012). Introduction. In Yingyang:  The Way of Heaven and Earth in Chinese Thought and Culture, pp. 1-40. Cambridge, New York, Melbourne, Madrid, Cape Town, Singapore, São Paulo, Delhi, Mexico City:  Cambridge University Press.

 

-----. (2009). Kundao:  A Lived Body in Female Daoism. Journal of Chinese Philosophy, Vol. 36, No. 2, pp. 277-292

 

Wednesday, July 29

Peter Hershock:  Chinese Buddhism and the Ideal of Responsive Virtuosity

Hershock, Peter D. (2005). Differences in Indian and Chinese Cultural Contexts. In Peter D. Hershock. Chan Buddhism:  Dimensions of Asian Spirituality, 34-45. Honolulu:  University of Hawai‘i Press.

 

-----. (2005). Early Developments in Chinese Buddhism. In Peter D. Hershock. Chan Buddhism:  Dimensions of Asian Spirituality, pp. 46-65. Honolulu:  University of Hawai‘i Press

 

Teiser, Stephen. (2008). Buddhism: Buddhism in China. In Jones, Lindsay (Ed)., The Encyclopedia of Religion Second Edition, pp. 1160-1169. New York: Macmillan Reference.

 

Thursday, July 30

Stanley Murashige:  Chinese Art and Aesthetic Practice

Vanderstappen, Harrie A. (2014). Introduction and Chapter 1:  Musings from an Oxcart. In Covey, Roger E. (Ed). The Landscape Painting of China:  Musings of a Journeyman, pp. 1-56. Gainsville:  University of Florida Press.

 

Friday, July 31

Shana Brown:  Reverent and Irreverent Histories:  Bridging Traditional and Modern China

Ding Ling. (1985). When I Was in Xia Village. In trans. by W.J.F. Jenner, Miss Sophie’s Diary and Other Stories, pp. 236-261. Beijing:  Panda Books.

 

Elliott, Mark C. (2001). The “Eating Crabs” Youth Book. In Mann, Susan., & Cheng, Yu-Yin (Eds), Under Confucian Eyes: Writings on Gender in Chinese History, pp. 263-281. Berkley, Los Angeles, London:  University of California Press.

 



Week Two Assigned Readings

 


Monday, August 3

Ming-Bao Yue:  Teaching 20th Century China and Beyond through Literature, Film, and Culture

Qichao, Liang. (1996). On the Relationship between Fiction and the Government of the People. In Denton, Kirk (Ed). Modern Chinese Literary Thought:  Writings on Literature, 1893-1945, pp. 74-81. Stanford:  Stanford University Press.

 

Shi, Hu. (1996). Some Modest Proposals for the Reform of Literature. In Denton, Kirk (Ed). Modern Chinese Literary Thought:  Writings on Literature, 1893-1945, pp. 123-139. Stanford:  Stanford University Press.

 

Tsu, Jing., and Wang, David Der-wei. (2010). Introduction: Global Chinese Literature. In Tsu, Jing., & Wang, David Der-wei (Eds). Chinese Overseas, Volume 3:  Global Chinese Literature:  Critical Essays, pp. 1-13. Leiden:  Brill Press.

 

Wang, David Der-wei. (1994). Chinese Fiction for the Nineties. In Wang and Tei (Eds). Running Wild:  New Chinese Writers, pp. 238-258. New York:  Columbia University Press.

 

Zedong, Mao. (1996). Talks at the Yan’an Forum on Literature and Art. In Denton, Kirk (Ed).Modern Chinese Literary Thought:  Writings on Literature, 1893-1945, pp. 458-463. Stanford:  Stanford University Press.


Stanley Murashige:  Contemporary Chinese Art

Xu Bing. (2001). The Living Word. In Erickson, Britta. Huss, Ann L. (trans.). The Art of Xu Bing:  Words Without Meaning, Meaning Without Words, pp. 13-19. Washington, DC:  Arthur M. Sackler Gallery; Seattle:  in association with the University of Washington Press.


A video clip:  Ai Weiwei's Sunflower Seed Project

 

Tuesday, August 4

Chris McNally:  Chinese Political Economy

McNally, Christopher A. (2012). Sino-Capitalism:  China’s Reemergence and the International Political Economy. World Politics, Vol. 64, Issue 4, pp 741-776.

 

Wednesday, August 5

Cathy Clayton:  Legacies of Diversity:  Ethnicity, Politics and Place in Contemporary China

Blum, Susan D., & Jensen, Lionel M. (2002). Introduction:  Reconsidering the Middle Kingdom. In Blum, Susan D. & Jensen, Lionel M. (Eds). China Off Center:  Mapping the Margins of the Middle Kingdom, pp 1-20. Honolulu:  University of Hawaii Press. 

 

Thursday, August 6

Anna Sun:  Religion and the Habits of the Heart in Contemporary China

Sun, Anna. (2013). To Become a Confucian. In Sun, Anna. Confucianism as a World Religion:  Contested Histories and Contemporary Realities, pp. 120-133. Princeton:  Princeton University Press. 


-----. (2013). The Politics of the Future of Confucianism. In Sun, Anna. Confucianism as a World Religion:  Contested Histories and Contemporary Realities, pp. 173-183. Princeton:  Princeton University Press.