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Preparing students for careers in academia and industry in East Asia for over 150 years
"Paul Goldin’s The Art of Chinese Philosophy (Princeton) is a book I’d wanted to find before: a lucid, but not simplifying, introduction to eight classic texts, full of lapidary poetry," writes Hannah Smith.
Created in 1983, the Ira H.
CEAS Humanities Colloquium
Morgan Pitelka, Chair, Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies and Professor, Asian Studies and History, UNC-Chapel Hill
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