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Alan Berkowitz, Professor (Chinese)

Book

Berkowitz, A. 2000. Patterns of Disengagement: The Practice and Portrayal of Reclusion in Early Medieval China. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
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Book Chapter

Berkowitz, A. 2005. Xie Lingyun, preface to . In Hawaii Reader in Traditional Chinese Culture, edited by V. Mair, N. Shatzman Steinhardt, and P.R. Goldin. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii Press.
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Berkowitz, A. 2004. Sima Xiangru and Ban Zhao. In Dictionary of World Biography: The Ancient World, edited by C.J. Moose, A. Aves, and F.N. Magill. Revised ed. Pasadena, CA: Salem.
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Berkowitz, A. 2003. Courting Disengagement: Beckoning the Recluse Poems of the Western Jin. In Studies in Early Medieval Chinese Literature and Cultural History, edited by D. Knechtges and P. Kroll, 81-115. Boulder, CO: T'ang Studies Society.
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Review

Berkowitz, A. 2001. Review of Worlds of Bronze and Bamboo: Sima Qian's Conquest of History by G. Hardy. Biography 24 (3): 600-606.
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Edited Book

2005. Essays in Honor of the 60th Birthday of David R. Knechtges. A. Berkowitz, R.J. Cutter, and C.M. Lai, ed. Gainesville, FL: Early Medieval China Group.
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Journal

Berkowitz, A. 2004. The Last piece in the Wen xuan, Wang Sengda's . Early Medieval China 10/11 (1): 177-202.
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Berkowitz, A. 2003. A Note on Some Recent Scholarship of Richard B. Mather. Early Medieval China 9: 171-176.
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Berkowitz, A. 2002. A Selective Bibliography of Recent Chinese Books on Early Medieval Literature. Early Medieval China 8: 151-166.
With a contribution from L. Yuejin.
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Berkowitz, A. 2002. Literary Studies of the Southern and Northern Dynasties: A Note on a Few Helmsmen and on Navigating the Who, What, and When. Early Medieval China 8: 137-149.
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Berkowitz, A. 2000. On Donald Holzman, "Chinese Literature in Transition: From Antiquity to the Middle Ages" and "Immortals, Festivals, and Poetry in Medieval China". Early Medieval China 6: 139-146.
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