Readings in (CHIN 544): Readings in Classical Chinese (Home)

The course introduces readings from a specific philosophical school or literary genre, for example: Confucian Philosophical Texts, Daoist Philosophical Texts, Poetry, Ming/Qing fiction, etc. Prerequisite: CHIN 342 or CHIN 542 or consent of the instructor.

CHIN 544: Readings in Classical Chinese

Classical Chinese is the language of the most famous works of Chinese philosophy and most Chinese literature before the twentieth century. The course introduces readings from a specific philosophical school or literary genre, for example: Confucian Philosophical Texts, Daoist Philosophical Texts, Poetry, Ming/Qing fiction, etc. Prerequisite: CHIN 342 or CHIN 542 or consent of the instructor. May be repeated for credit if content varies. 
Williams, Crispin                61831            MWF   09:00 -09:50 AM                      

This research guide is designed to provide library resources and other available resources for the study of Classical Chinese.  Rsearch skills to find print materials in the library catalog, WorldCat, Interlibrary Loan Services, Chinese language databases, and the use of citation tools are included. Interested students should contact Chinese Studies Librarian for assistance.


Contents:

Search Classical Chinese books in KU Libraries catalog

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