Chun-chieh Huang, PhD (1980) of the University of Washington (Seattle, USA), used to serve as Adviser to the Confucian Ethics Team of Singapore, Visiting Professor of the University of Washington, President (Now Honorary President) of Chinese Association for General Education. He is currently Distinguished Chair Professor of National Taiwan University (NTU) and Director of the Center of East Asian Confucianisms, Institute for Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences, NTU.

      Professor Huang is a Research Fellow of Institute of Chinese Literature and Philosophy, Academia, Sinica, Taiwan. He was the President (2010-11) of the Society for Cultural Interaction in East Asia based on Kansai University, Japan. He has been awarded the Wang Fellowship in Chinese Studies, USA (1988), Outstanding Scholar Award (1997-2002), Hu Shih Chair Professorship (2005-6), Sun Yat-sen Academic Award (2006), National Award of Teaching Excellence in General Education and National Academic award, and National Chair Professor, Ministry of Education (2011).

  Professor Huang authors four books in English, including East Asian Confucianisms: Texts in Contexts (2015), Taiwan in Transformation: Retrospect and Prospect (Transaction Publishers, 2006, Revised and Enlarged edition, 2014), Mencian Hermeneutics: A History of Interpretations in China (Transaction Publishers, 2001) and Humanism in East Asian Confucian Context (Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag, 2010). His most recent books in Chinese include Confucianism and Chinese Historical Thinking (NTU Press, 2014), Confucian Classics and Their Ideas in the Cultural Interaction in East Asia (NTU Press, 2010; Korean translation 2011),

East Asian Confucianisms: Dialectics between the Classics and Interpretations (NTU Press, 2007; Korean translation 2009, Japanese translation 2010) and A History of the Interpretations of the Analects in Tokugawa Japan (NTU Press, 2007, 2nd edition; Korean translation 2011; Japanese translation, 2014). The books in English he edited include Notions of Time in Chinese Historical Thinking (co-edited, 2006), Postwar Taiwan Experience in Historical Perspectives (co-edited, 1998), Time and Space in Chinese Culture (co-edited, 1995, E. J. Brill), Imperial Rulership and Cultural Change in Traditional China (co-edited, 1994), Cultural Change in Postwar Taiwan (co-edited, 1993, Univ. Press of Maryland), Norms and the State in China (co-edited, 1993, E. J. Brill).

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