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Hsiu-ping Lee

Assistant Research Fellow

Education

Ph.D., Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, UCLA

Areas of Research

Archaeology and History of Ancient China

Hsiu-ping Lee is Assistant Research Fellow of Chinese Archaeology at the Institute of History and Philology (IHP), Academia Sinica. He was educated at National Taiwan University and University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and received his PhD in Archaeology from UCLA in 2018. His research concerns the archaeology of the Chinese Bronze Age, focusing on exploring the interactions between different societies, cultures, and regions in Early China. Currently, he is working on the research of interregional interactions in the Erlitou Period and the Late Shang Period. The former is the extension of his PhD dissertation “Erlitou and Its Neighbors: Contextualizing Interregional Interaction in the Central Yellow River Region in Ancient China.” The latter is his new research project, investigating how Anyang, the Late Shang capital, interacted with its surrounding regions and socio-political groups based on the collected archaeological data of the IHP.

Dissertation and Thesis
  1. “Erlitou and Its Neighbors: Contextualizing Interregional Interaction in the Central Yellow River Region in Ancient China.” PhD diss., University of California, Los Angeles, 2018, 525 pages.
  2. “Huanghe Yu Changjiang Zhijian: Zhou Dai Nanyang Pendi De Zhengzhi Zhipei Yu Wuzhi Wenhua” 黃河與長江之間: 周代南陽盆地的政治支配與物質文化 (Between the Yellow and Yangzi Rivers: Political Domination and Material Culture in the Nanyang Basin during the Zhou Dynasty). Master’s thesis, National Taiwan University, 2010, 203 pages.
Journal Articles
  1. “Kaogu yicun de duoyangxing: yi Erlitou yu Nanguan weili”考古遺存的多樣性: 以二里頭與南關為例 (Diversity in Archaeology: Case Studies from Erlitou and Nanguan). Nanfang Minzu Kaogu 南方民族考古 (Southern Ethnology and Archaeology) (Forthcoming).
  2. “Wailai yicun de kaogu mailuo: lun zhoubian diqu dui Erlitou yizhi de yingxiang”外來遺存的考古脈絡: 論周邊地區對二里頭遺址的影響 (Exotic Artifacts in Local Contexts: The Influences from Neighboring Regions at Erlitou). Nanfang Minzu Kaogu 南方民族考古 (Southern Ethnology and Archaeology), 19 (2021): 141-173.
Book Chapters
  1. “Erlitou and Nanwa: Contextualizing Interaction in Early Bronze Age China Using a Production-Consumption Relationship.” In The Art and Archaeology of Ritual and Economy in East Asia (Expected in 2021).
Conference Papers
  1. “Mailuo bijiao fenxi fa” 脈絡比較分析法 (Comparative Analysis of Archaeological Context). In “3rd Annual Meeting of Society for Archaeology of Taiwan.” Taipei: Society for Archaeology of Taiwan, Taiwan, September 11-12, 2020.
  2. "Kaogu yicun duoyangxing: yi Erlitou yu Guchengnanguan weili" 考古遺存的多樣性: 以二里頭與古城南關為例. In "2nd International Ancient Capitals Forum and Symposium for Celebrating 60th Anniversary of scientific excavation at Erlitou." Luoyang, China, October 18-20, 2019.
  3. "Contextualizing the Interaction between Erlitou and Nanwa through the Production-Consumption Relationship of White Pottery in Early China." In "2nd Annual Meeting of Society for Archaeology of Taiwan." Taipei: Society for Archaeology of Taiwan, Taiwan, June 28-30, 2019.
  4. "Contextualizing the Interaction between Erlitou and Nanwa through the Production-Consumption Relationship of White Pottery in Early China." In "The Art and Archaeology of Ritual and Economy in East Asia: Workshop and Symposium in Honor of Lothar von Falkenhausen." Los Angeles: The University of California, Los Angeles, USA, June 5-6, 2019.
  5. "Active Selection by Local Elites: Contextualizing the Jue in the Erlitou and Lower Xiajiadian Cultures in the 1st half of 2nd Millennium BC." In "7th SEAA (Society for East Asia Archaeology) Worldwide Conference." Cambridge and Boston, Massachusetts, USA, June 8-12, 2015.
Book Reviews
  1. "A Review of Becoming a Capital: Formation and Development of Zhengzhou Shang City, by Weidong Hou." Dissertation Reviews, April 1, 2015,
    http://dissertationreviews.org/2015/04/the-formation-and-development-of-a-shang-city/
  2. "A Review of Social Transformation from the Longshan Period to the Erlitou Period: Songshan and Beyond, by Li Zhang." Dissertation Reviews, April 7, 2014,
    http://dissertationreviews.org/2014/04/social-transformation-songshan-2500-1600-bce/
  3. "Li Ling: Rushan Yu Chusai" 李零: 入山與出塞 (A Review of Entering the Mountains and Crossing the Borders, by Ling Li). Taiwan Dongya Wenming Yanjiu Xuekan 臺灣東亞文明研究學刊 (Taiwan Journal of East Asian Studies) 3, no. 1 (2006): 299-308.
Translation
  1. Iijima Taketsugu 飯島武次. "Abstract," in 中国夏王朝考古学研究 (Archaeological Research of Xia Dynasty in China). Tokyo: Doseisha, 2012, pp. 449-457.
Other Writings
  1. “Yanjiu yu shenghuo de jiezou” 研究與生活的節奏 (The Rhythm of Academic Life), Shih Yuan 史原, 32, 2020, pp. 317-327.
  2. “Daodu: Renshi chengqiang. Ranhou, paguoqu” 導讀: 認識城牆. 然後, 爬過去 (Introduction: Understanding, and then Climbing over the Walls), in Chengqiang: Cong Wanli Changcheng Dao Bolin Weiqiang, Yibu Xue Yu Zhuan Dazao De Renlei Wenmingshi 城牆: 從萬里長城到柏林圍牆, 一部血與磚打造的人類文明史 (Walls: A History of Civilization in Blood and Brick), David Frye, trans. by Han Xiangzhong 韓翔中. Xinbeishi: Taiwan Shangwu Yinshuguan, 2020, pp. 10-14.
  3. "An Interview with Prof. David C. Schaberg," Newsletter of the Department of History of National Taiwan University, 24, 2018, http://homepage.ntu.edu.tw/~history/public_html/09newsletter/24/24-03.html
  4. "An Interview with Prof. Lothar von Falkenhausen," Newsletter of the Department of History of National Taiwan University, 23, 2017, http://homepage.ntu.edu.tw/~history/public_html/09newsletter/23/23-01.html
  5. "Dong shou dong jiao zhao dong xi: ji 2009 nian chunji Nanyang pendi tanfang zhi lu" 動手動腳找東西: 記2009年春季南陽盆地探訪之旅 (Traveling and Discovering: Visiting Nanyang Basin in spring 2009), Newsletter of the Department of History of National Taiwan University, 7, 2010, pp. 23-31.

Education:
Ph.D., Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, UCLA, 2018
M.A., Department of History, National Taiwan University, 2010
B.A., Department of History, National Taiwan University, 2001

Current Position:
Assistant Research Fellow, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica (2020.2.14- )
Leader, Anyang Research Group (2020.6.1- )

Previous Position:
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica (2019.7.1-2020.2.13)

Dissertation Scholarship, Yu Ying-shih Fellowship for the Humanities (2017)

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