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Martin Kern

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At Princeton University

Spring 2013

          “Translating East Asia” (TRA/EAS 304).

          “Early China: Authorship in Early China” (EAS 504).

Fall 2012

          “Religion, Poetry, and Memory in Ancient China” (EAS/REL 327).

          “Early China: The Qinghua University Bamboo Manuscripts” (EAS 503).

          “Reading Course: Early Chinese Textuality and Manuscript Studies” (EAS 727).

Spring 2012

          “Translating East Asia” (TRA/EAS 304).

          “Early China: The Shangshu and the Origins of Chinese Political Philosophy” (EAS 504).

          “Reading Course: Early Chinese Literature” (EAS 725).

Fall 2011

          “East Asian Humanities I: The Classical Foundations” (HUM/EAS/COM 233, with Patrick W. Caddeau).

          “Chinese Poetry: The Shijing” (EAS 531).

          “Reading Course: Early and Medieval Chinese Poetry” (EAS 719).

          “Reading Course: Early Chinese Literature” (EAS 718).

Spring 2010

          “Translating East Asia” (TRA 304/EAS 446).

          “The Verses of Chu and Their Context in Western Han Intellectual History” (EAS 709).

Fall 2009

          “East Asian Humanities I: The Classical Foundations” (HUM/EAS/COM 233, with Kerim Yasar).

          “The Verses of Chu (Chuci)” (EAS 531).

Spring 2009

          “Religion, Poetry, and Memory in Ancient China” (EAS/REL 327).

          “Readings in Chinese Literature: Genre and Tradition in Early Medieval China ” (EAS 533, with Wang Ping).

Fall 2008

          “Chinese Poetry: Early and Medieval Literary Thought” (EAS 531).

Spring 2008

          “Religion, Poetry, and Memory in Ancient China” (EAS/REL 327).

          “Early China: The Shangshu” (EAS 504).

Fall 2007

          “East Asian Humanities I: The Classical Foundations” (HUM/EAS/COM 233, with Michael Emmerich).

          “Chinese Poetry: The Shijing” (EAS 531).

Spring 2006

          “East Asian Humanities: The Classical Traditions” (HUM/EAS/COM 234, with Richard H. Okada).

          “Readings in Chinese Literature: Classical Commentary II” (EAS 533).

Fall 2005

          “Introduction to Chinese Literature” (EAS 232).

          “Early China: Classical Commentary I” (EAS 503).

Spring 2005

          “Chinese Poetry” (EAS/COM 331).

          “Early China: Early Chinese Historiography” (EAS 504).

Fall 2004

          “Introduction to Chinese Literature” (EAS 232).

          “Readings in Chinese Literature: Wen Xuan” (EAS 533).

Spring 2004

          “Religion, Poetry, and Memory in Ancient China” (EAS/REL 327).

          Graduate reading course “Early and Medieval Chinese Literature.”

Fall 2003

          “Introduction to Chinese Literature” (EAS 232).

          “Readings in Chinese Literature: Du Fu’s Poetry” (EAS 533).

          Graduate reading course “Readings in Early and Medieval Chinese Calendrical and Divinatory Texts.”

Spring 2002

          “Introduction to Chinese Literature” (EAS 232).

          “Pro-Seminar in Chinese and Japanese Studies: Classical Chinese Philology” (EAS 502).

          Graduate reading course “Early Chinese History and Philology.”

Fall 2001

          “Junior Seminar: Cultural Memory in China and Japan” (EAS 300).

          “Chinese Poetry: Early Chinese Poetics” (EAS 531).

Spring 2001

          “Introduction to Chinese Literature” (EAS 232).

          “The Poetry of Chinese Ritual” (EAS/REL 332).

          Undergraduate reading course “Classical Chinese Poetry.”

Fall 2000

          “Introduction to Chinese Literature” (EAS 232).

          “Chinese Poetry: The Shijing” (EAS 531).

 

At Columbia University

Spring 2000

          “Chinese Rituals and Ritual Texts” (East Asian W3518).

          “Introduction to East Asian Civilizations: China” (East Asian V2359).

Fall 1999

          “Colloquium on Chinese Poetry: Shijing and Chuci” (Chinese G6003).

          “Readings in Classical Chinese” (Chinese W4007).

Spring 1999

          “Introduction to East Asian Civilizations: China” (East Asian V2359).

          “Readings in Classical Chinese” (Chinese W4008).

Fall 1998

          “Readings in Classical Chinese” (Chinese W4007).

          “Masterpieces of Chinese Literature” (Chinese W4031).

 

At University of Washington

Winter 1998

          “History of Chinese Literature: Tang through Song” (Chinese 462).

Fall 1997

          “History of Chinese Literature: Beginnings through Six Dynasties” (Chinese 461).

Spring 1997

          “Ritual in Ancient Chinese Texts” (Chinese 560, with David R. Knechtges and William G. Boltz).

 
 
 
   
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