Kai-Wing Chow PhD

 Kai-Wing Chow

Contact Information

707 S. Mathews Ave. Urbana, IL 61801
Professor

Additional Campus Affiliations

Selected Publications

Books

The Rise of Confucian Ritualism in Late Imperial China: Ethics, Classics, and Lineage Discourse The Rise of Confucian Ritualism Stanford Stanford University Press 1994.
Chow, Mr Kai Wing Publishing, Culture, and Power in Early Modern China Publishing, Culture, and Power in Early Modern China Stanford Stanford University Press 2004.
The Rise of Confucian Ritualism in Late Imperial China: Ethics, Classics, and Lineage Discourse 2013.

Edited Books

Chow, Kai-wing, Tze-ki Hon, Hung-yuk Ip, and Don C. Price Nation, Modernity, and Cultural Production in Modern China: Decentering the May-fourth Paradigm Lexington Books 2008.
Chow, Kai-wing, and Cynthia Brokaw Printing and Book Culture in Late Imperial China University of California Press 2004.

Book Contributions

Chow, Kai-wing Ritualism and Classical Learning in the Qing: Bureau for the Study of the Three Classics of Rites and the Early Development of Classical Studies and Philology in the Early Qianlong Reign Pluralistic Contexts of Classical Learning: Documents, Motivations, Philosophy, and Communities edited by Yuet-kueng Lo, edited by Ping-fu Leung. Ritualism and Classical Learning in the Qing: Bureau for the Study of the Three Classics of Rites and the Early Development of Classical Studies and Philology in the Early Qianlong Reign Edited by Yuet-kueng Lo, Edited by Ping-fu Leung, Taibei Xuesheng shuju 2008.
The Merging of Shi and Shang in Travel: Production of Knowledge in Late Ming Books Frontiers of History in China The Merging of Shi and Shang in Travel: Production of Knowledge in Late Ming Books 2011.
Scholarship of Chinese Historians in the United States: The Historical Studies of Kwang-ching Liu and Other Chinese Historians Historical Studies in Changing Times Scholarship of Chinese Historians in the United States: The Historical Studies of Kwang-ching Liu and Other Chinese Historians 2010.

Journal Articles

Methodological Problems and Research on the Book Market During the Ming Qing Periods Journal of the Zhejiang University 2010.