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This page will feature links to various resources for scholarship on the T'ang. To contribute to this page, please send a link and brief description to admin@tangstudies.org

 

 

Databases:


Academia Sinica Scripta Sinica 漢籍電子文獻

http://hanji.sinica.edu.tw

Full-text database of Zhonghua editions of Standard/Dynastic Histories, Thirteen Classics, and other texts.

 

Gugong Hanquan Text Database

故宮寒泉古典文獻全文檢索資料庫

http://210.69.170.100/s25/index.htm

 

A full-text, searchable database of important texts including the Quan Tang shi 全唐詩 and the Zizhi tongjian 資治通鑑.

 

Yintong: Chinese Phonological Database

yintong.info

 

Designed by David Branner, this is a database of Chinese characters is in the Guangyun 廣韻, the important rhyme dictionary completed in 1008 C.E.



Organizations:

 

Elling Eide Center Research Library and Preserve

http://www.ellingoeide.org/

 

The center was created by a former President of the Society, the late Elling Eide. It is located in Sarasota, Florida and dedicated to the study of classical Chinese literature and culture.


International Dunhuang Project

http://idp.bl.uk/

Information and images of more than 100,000 manuscripts, paintings, textiles and artifacts from Dunhuang and other Silk Road sites freely available.


The Silkroad Foundation

http://www.silk-road.com/toc/index.nj.html

 

The Silkroad Foundation is a non-profit organization, established in 1996, to promote the study and preservation of cultures and art on Inner Asia and the Silk Road.

 

 

Scholarly Websites:


Daoist Studies

http://daoiststudies.org/

 

The Daoist Studies website contains scholarly information about Daoism, including books on Daoism, conferences, scholars, a bibliography and general resources for learning about Daoism.


The Chang'an Project

http://www.arch.nus.edu.sg/research/research-projects/completed/hck_changan/index.htm

 

A research project headed by Professor Heng Chye Kiang from the National University of Singapore to digitally reconstruct the cityscape of Tang Chang 'an (618 - 907 CE).

 

 

In Memoriam:

 

Professor David McMullen on Professor Denis Twitchett (1925-2006)

PDF File

 

Professors Michael R. Drompp, Paul W. Kroll, and Victor H. Mair on Elling O. Eide: Webfile

 

 

Most recently updated: 11/29/2016