Honorable Mention, 2014 Joseph Levenson (pre-1900) Book Prize, Association for Asian Studies
This study renders the complex corpus of the Guodian texts into a more easily manageable form, incorporating the past several years of scholarly activity on these texts and providing them with a comprehensive introduction along with a complete and well-annotated translation into English.
Cornell East Asia Series #164
Distributed for Cornell University East Asia Program
Author: Cook, Scott;Scott Cook
顧史考 received his Ph.D. in Chinese from the Department ofAsian Languages and Cultures at the University of Michigan in 1995 andis currently Professor of Chinese and Cowles-Kruidenier Chair of ChineseStudies at GrinnellCollege, where he has been teaching since 1996. He specializes inpre-Qin textual studies and early Chinese intellectual history. He isauthor of the bookGuodian Chujian xian-Qin rushu hongweiguan
郭店楚簡先秦儒書宏微觀 (ThePre-Imperial Confucian Texts of Guodian: Broad and Focused Perspectives)(Taipei: Xuesheng shuju, 2006), editor ofHiding the World in the World: Uneven Discourses on the Zhuangzi
(Albany: SUNY Press, 2003), and the author of around fifty articles in English and Chinese.