Ding Xiang Warner (Ph.D., University of Washington, 1996)
Chinese literature and literary thought from Han dynasty through the early Song, early and medieval Chinese
intellectual history, and the study of textual production and text culture in pre-modern China.
Readings in Classical Chinese Literature
Ideas and Literature of Medieval China
Representations of Womanhood in Traditional China (Writing Seminar)
China's Literary Heritage
Chinese Narrative Literature
"Wang Tong and the Compilation of the Zhongshuo (Discourses on the Mean): A New
Evaluation of the Source Materials and Points of Controversy." Journal of the American
Oriental Society 120 (2001): 370-90.
"Mr. Five Dippers of Drunkenville: The Representation of Enlightenment in Wang Ji's
Drinking Poems." Journal of the American Oriental Society 118 (1998): 347-55.
"The Two Voices of Wangchuan ji: Poetic Exchange between Wang Wei and Pei Di." Early
Medieval China 10-11, pt. 2 (2005): 57-72.
"Rethinking the Authorship and Dating of 'Gujing ji' (The Story of an Ancient Mirror)." T'ang
Studies 20-21 (2002-03): 1-38.
" 'A Splendid Patrimony': Wang Bo and the Development of a New Poetic Decorum in Early Tang China."
T'oung Pao 98 (2012): 113-44.
Asian 1101 "Representations of Womanhood in Traditional China" (FWS)