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Corresponding and Adjunct Research Fellows


Hao Chang (1937-2022)

Corresponding Research Fellow


Ph.D., Harvard University

Areas of Research

Intellectual History of Modern China, History of Political Thought in Modern China

  1. Liang Ch'i-ch'ao and Intellectual Transition in China, 1890-1907 (Harvard University Press, 1971).
  2. Chinese Intellectuals in Crisis, Search for Order and Meaning, 1890-1911 (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1987).
  3. 《烈士精神與批判意識》(臺北:聯經出版社,1988)。
  4. 《幽暗意識與民主傳統》 (臺北:聯經出版社,1989)。
  5. 《梁啟超與中國思想的過渡(1890-1907)》(南京:江蘇人民出版社,1993)。
  6. 《張灝自選集》(上海:教育出版社,2002)。
  7. 《思想與時代》(上海:上海文藝出版社,2002)。
  8. 《時代的探索》(院士叢書;臺北:中央研究院、聯經出版社,2004)。
  9. 《危機中的中國知識分子:意義與秩序的追求(1895-1911)》(北京:中央編譯出版社,2016)。
  1. "New Confucianism and the Intellectual Crisis of Contemporary China." In The Limits of Change, ed. by Charlotte Furth (Harvard University Press, 1976).
  2. "Intellectual Changes and the Reform Movement (1890-1898)." In Cambridge History of China, ed. by John K. Fairbank and Kwang-ching Liu, Vol. 10, Part 2 (Cambridge University Press, 1980).
  3. "Some Reflections on the Problems of the Axial-Age Breakthrough in Relations to Classical Confucianism." In Ideas Across Culture, ed. by P.A. Cohen and M. Goldman (Council on East Asian Studies, Harvard University, 1990), pp. 17-31.
  4. "Confucian Cosmological Myth and Neo-Confucian Transcendence." In Cosmology, Ontology and Human Efficacy, ed. by Richard J. Smith and D.W. Kwok (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1993), pp. 11-33.
  5. "The Intellectual Heritage of the Confucian Ideal of ching-shih," In Confucian Traditions in East Asian Modernity, ed. by Tu Wei-ming (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1996), pp. 72-91. 

Ph.D. Harvard University (1966)

Previous Positions:
Correspondence Research Fellow, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica (2005.1-2022.4)
Professor Emeritus, University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
Professor Emeritus, Ohio State University
Professor (1998-2004), Professor Emeritus (2004- ), University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
Assistant Professor (1968-1970), Associate Professor (1970-1975), Professor (1975-1998), Ohio State

American National Humanities Foundation awards (1975-1976)
American Federation of academic research groups bonuses (1972, 1979-1980)
Wiant Professor of Chinese History and Culture, The Ohio State University (1979-1985)
Academic research in East Asian Study Bonus, Wang Laboratories (1985-1986)
Academician, Academia Sinica, Taiwan (1992)
Qian Mu History Lecture, New Asia College, Chinese University of Hong Kong (1995)
Tseng Yueh-nung Lectureship on Comparative Study of Cultures, East and West, Tunghai University, Taiwan (2000)
Yu Ying-shih Lecture in History, Chinese University of Hong Kong (2010)

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