Compiled by Benjamin A. Elman 艾 爾 曼
Professor of East Asian Studies and History, Princeton University
ROXEN version by Chao-Hui Jenny Liu 劉 昭 慧
With the help of Nanping Cao (Fudan University), Pingyi Chu (Academia Sinica, Institute of History and Philology), Xiaoping Cong (University of Houston), Jinsong Guo (Princeton University), Miaw-fen Lu (Academia Sinica, Institute of Modern History), Sam Gilbert (UCLA, ABD), Marten Soderblom Saarela (Princeton), Adam Schorr (Ph.D., UCLA East Asian Languages and Cultures Department), Susan Schneller (School of Historical Studies, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton), and William Wooldridge (City College of NY).
(*Notice: the newest version of this website will be coming soon as part of Princeton University Library's (PUL) LibGuides)
Materials have also been included from bibliography courses at the University of Pennsylvania 1975-1977. Thanks are especially due Professors Susan Naquin, W. Allyn Rickett, and more recently Nathan Sivin. This new version of the website is now located at Princeton University and is hosted in the East Asian Studies Department and Program website. It has been updated and now includes three major new features:
1) All entries are alphabetized within each section;
2) The romanization has been switched to Pinyin. Although this website uses Pinyin, it splits up words into phonemes, making Chinese appear to be a monosyllabic language. The Library of Congress has preferred a character-by-character romanization, and thus we follow LOC guidelines. But users of this website should note that the division into words (ci 辭 or 詞) as opposed to characters (zi 字) is still the usual basis for the Pinyin romanization of Chinese in China and most libraries there.
3) The entire site is now searchable.
All materials are under copyright: 1996 by Benjamin A. Elman.
Last Revision: November 2015
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