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Prof CHOW Kai-Wing

Prof CHOW Kai-Wing

Professor, Department of History, The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Additional Campus Affiliations

Professor, East Asian Languages and Cultures
Professor, Program in Medieval Studies
Curator, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Highlighted Publications

Chow, K. (1994). The Rise of Confucian Ritualism in Late Imperial China: Ethics, Classics, and Lineage Discourse. Stanford University Press.

Chow, K. (2004). Publishing, Culture, and Power in Early Modern China. Stanford University Press.

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Recent Publications

Chow, K. W. (2019). Identities and literary culture in Qing China: Manchu emperors as Chinese poets, readers, and publishers. Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture, 6(2), 359-382.

Chow, K. (2019). Review: J.M. Hargett's Jade Mountains and Cinnabar Pools: The History of Travel Literature in Imperial China. China Review International, 26, 74-78.

Chow, K. W. (2017). An alternative hermeneutics of truth: Cui shu's evidential scholarship on confucius. In Interpretation and Intellectual Change: Chinese Hermeneutics in Historical Perspective (pp. 19-31). Taylor and Francis.

Chow, K. W. (2017). Between sanctioned change and fabrication: Confucian canon (Ta-hsüeh) and hermeneutical systems since the Sung times. In Classics and Interpretations: The Hermeneutic Traditions in Chinese Culture (pp. 45-67). Taylor and Francis.

Chow, K. W. (2016). Writing for success: Printing, examinations, and intellectual change in late ming China. In The History of the Book in East Asia (pp. 205-242). Taylor and Francis.