A Taeko Brooks

A Taeko Brooks

Research Associate
University of Massachusetts at Amherst

Research Associate, Warring States Project


AB, University of Hawaii, 1958
MA, University of Hawaii, 1961
PhD Program, University of Washington, 1961-1964

Heaven, Li, and the Formation of the Zuozhuan (Oriens Extremus v44, 2003/2004)
Re-Dating the Sources (WSP v1, 2010)
Distancing Ji in the Chun/Chyou (WSP v1, 2010)
The Lu Lore Tradition (WSP v1, 2010)
The Historical Value of the Chun/Chyou (WSP v1, 2010)
The Mician Ethical Chapters (WSP v1, 2010)
The Fragment Theory of MZ 14, 17, and 20 (WSP v1, 2010)
Mwodz 17-19 "Against War" (WSP v1, 2010)
Mwodz 14-16 "Universal Love" (WSP v1, 2010)
Military Capacity in Spring and Autumn (WSP v1, 2010)
The Syi-gung Transition (WSP v1, 2010)
The League of the North (WSP v1, 2010)
Enfiefment Renewal in Lu (WSP v1, 2010)
The History and Historiography of Jyw (WSP v1, 2010)

Evolution of the Ba "Hegemon" Theory (WSP v1, 2010)

Chinese Character Frequency Lists (SinFac Minor, 1976)
Intellectual Dynamics of the Warring States Period (Studies in Chinese History #7, 1997)
The Original Analects (Columbia 1998)
The Nature and Historical Context of the Mencius
(in Chan, Mencius; Hawaii 2002)
Word Philology and Text Philology in Analects 9:1
(in Van Norden, Confucius and the Analects; Oxford 2002)
Defeat in the Chun/Chyou (WSP v1, 2010)
The Emergence of China (2015)

Lectures and Conference Presentations:
The Other China: An Ancient Philosophy of Peace (Clark University, 2008)
Mencius 2A2 (NECCT 3, 2013)
Confucius Tradition in the Mencius (NECCT 3, 2014)
After Human Nature (NECCT 4, 2015)
The Problem of Mencius 5 (NECCT 5, 2016)
State Transformation in Early China (AOS 2017)

Research Associate, Warring States Project, University of Massachusetts at Amherst (1993)

American Historical Association
American Oriental Society
Association for Asian Studies
Society for the Study of Early China

Who's Who in America
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Who's Who in the World (2007-)

Mail: 39 Hillside Road, Northampton MA 01060
Phone:: (413) 584-1810
E-mail: atbrooks@research.umass.edu