Leidse hoogleraren vanaf 1575

Hilde Godelieve Dominique G. De Weerdt (Hilde)

Geboren
1969-08-09
Geslacht
Vrouw

Promotie (1998)

Type examen
Promotie
Datum
1998
Plaats
Harvard University (USA)
Proefschrift
The Composition of Examination Standards: Daoxue and Southern Sung Dynasty Examination Culture

Gewoon Hoogleraar (2013)

Benoeming
Gewoon Hoogleraar
Faculteit
Geesteswetenschappen
Vakgebied
Geschiedenis, Japans, Chinees en Koreaans
Leeropdracht
Chinese Geschiedenis
Datum benoeming
2013
Datum oratie
2014-11-07
Titel oratie
Chinese politieke geschiedenis heruitvinden

Publicaties

Wetenschappelijk
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2016), Continuities between Scribal and Print Publishing in Twelfth-Century Song China--The Case of Wang Mingqing's Serialized Notebooks, East Asian Publishing and Society 6: 54-83.
  • De Weerdt Hilde & Chu Ming-kin (2016), Introduction, The Making of the Literati Notebook (9th-13th C), East Asian Publishing and Society 6: 1-4.
  • De Weerdt H., Chu M. & Ho H. (2016), Chinese Empires in Comparative Perspective: A Digital Approach, Verge: Studies in Global Asias 4: 58-69.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2016), Shmuel N. Eisenstadt and the Comparative Political History of Pre-Eighteenth-Century Empires, The Asian Review of World Histories 4(1): 133-63.
  • De Weerdt H.G.D.G. & Blockmans W. (2016), The Diverging Legacies of Classical Empires in China and Europe, European Review 24: 306-324.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2015), Information, Territory, and Networks: The Crisis and Maintenance of Empire in Song China. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Asia Center.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2015), The Production and Circulation of ‘Written Notes’ (biji). In: Bussotti Michela, Drège Jean-Pierre (red.) Imprimer sans profit? Le livre non commercial dans la Chine impériale.. Geneva: Ecole pratique des hautes études, Librairie Droz. 19-47.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2013), History: Song Studies. In: Zhang Haihui (Red.) In A Scholarly Review of Chinese Studies in North America: Association for Asian Studies. 23-53.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2013), Chinese Cities, 600-1300. In: Clark Peter (Red.) The Oxford Handbook of Cities in World History. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 292-308.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2011), The Cultural Logics of Map Reading: Text, Time and Space in Printed Maps of the Song Empire. In: Lucille Chia and Hilde De Weerdt (Red.) Knowledge and Text Production in an Age of Print : China, 900-1400. Leiden: Brill. 239-270.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2011), Places of the Self: Pictorial Autobiography in the Eighteenth Century, Chinese Literature: Essays, Articles, Reviews (CLEAR) 33: 121-150.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2010), Bei Mei de Songdai yanjiu 北美的宋代研究 (“History: Song Studies”). In: Zhang Haihui (Red.) Bei Mei Zhongguoxue– yanjiu gaishu yu wenxian ziyuan 北美中国学– 研究概述与文献资源 (Chinese Studies in North America – Research and Resources).. Beijing: Zhonghua shuju. 111-144.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2010), Neo-Confucian Philosophy and Genre: The Philosophical Writings of Chen Chun and Zhen Dexiu. In: John Makeham (Red.) Neo-Confucian Philosophy. New York: Springer. 223-248.
  • De Weerdt H.G.D.G. (2009), Maps and Memory: Readings of Cartography in Twelfth- and Thirteenth- Century Song China, Imago Mundi 61(2): 145-167.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2009), Mapping Communication from Mingzhou: Networks of Correspondence, Journal of Sung-Yuan Studies 38: 184-186.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2009), Les centres du pouvoir impérial: les premières capitales de la Chine. In: Jean-Paul Desroches and Ilse Timperman (Red.) Fils du ciel. Brussels: Mercatorfonds. 98-115.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2009), Court Gazettes and ‘Short Reports’: Official Views and Unofficial Readings of Court News, Hanxue yanjiu (Chinese Studies) 漢學研究 27(2): 167-200.
  • Peter Bol & Hilde De Weerdt (2008), Songdai yanjiu gongju shukan zhinan—xiudingban 宋代研究工具書刊指南—修訂版. Guilin Shi: Guangxi shi fan da xue chu ban she.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2007), The Discourse of Loss in Private and Court Book Collecting in Imperial China, Library Trends 55(3): 404-420.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2007), The Encyclopedia as Textbook: Selling Private Chinese Encyclopedias in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries, Extrême-orient, Extrême-occident special volume, “Qu’était-ce qu’écrire une encyclopédie en Chine?”: 77-102.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2007), Sōdai kakyo ni okeru gakujutsu no rekishi 宋代科挙における学術の歴史 (“The Intellectual History of the Song Dynasty Civil Service Examinations”), Chūgoku shakai to bunka 中国: 社会と文化 (China: Society and Culture) 22: 6-26.
  • De Weerdt H.G.D.G. (2007), Competition over Content: Negotiating Standards for the Civil Service Examinations in Imperial China (1127-1276). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Asia Center.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2006), What Did Su Che See in the North? Publishing Laws, State Security, and Political Culture in Song China, T’oung Pao: International Journal of Chinese Studies 92(4-5): 466-494.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2006), The Ways of the Teacher: Commemorating the Administrator and the Transmitter in Twelfth-Century Teacher Biographies, Chūgoku shigaku 中国史学 16: 1-24.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2006), Byways in the Imperial Chinese Information Order: The Dissemination and Commercial Publication of State Documents, Harvard journal of Asiatic studies 66(1): 145-188.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2006), Changing Minds through Examinations: Examination Critics in Late Imperial China, Journal of the American Oriental Society 126(3): 367-377.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2006), Amerika no Sōdaishi kenkyū ni okeru kinnen no dōkō: Chihō shūkyō to seiji bunka アメリカの宋代史研究における近年の動向: 地方宗教と政治文化 (“Recent Trends in American Research in Song Dynasty History: Local Religion and Political Culture”), Ōsaka shiritsu daigaku tōyōshi ronsō 大阪市立大学東洋史論叢 (OCU Asian History) 15: 121-138.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2006), Content and Composition: An Investigation of ‘Lü Zuqian’ Examination Teaching. In: Zhejiang shifan daxue renwen xueyuan 浙江师范大学人文学院 (Red.) Jiangnan wenhua yanjiu (di yi ji) 江南文化研究(第一辑)[Jiangnan Cultural Studies, Volume 1]. Beijing: Xueyuan chubanshe.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2003), Regional Descriptions: Administrative and Scholarly Traditions. In: Patrick Hanan (Red.) Treasures of the Yenching: Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of the Harvard-Yenching Library. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Yenching Library. 122-153.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (1999), Canon Formation and Examination Culture: The Construction of Guwen and Daoxue Canons, Journal of Sung-Yuan Studies 29: 91-134.
Overig
  • De Weerdt H.G.D.G. & Shuman A. (31 juli 2016), Hilde De Weerdt on MARKUS. DH East Asia Podcast [podcast].
  • De Weerdt Hilde (9 juni 2016), Collaborative Innovation and the Chinese (Digital) Humanities. Collaborative Innovation and the Chinese (Digital) Human: University of Nottingham China Policy Institute Blog [blog entry].
  • De Weerdt H.G.D.G. (2016), Bespreking van: John Chaffee et al. (2015) The Five Dynasties and Sung China, 960–1279 AD, part 2, The Cambridge History of China, Journal of Chinese History 1(1).
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2016), The Destruction of the Medieval Chinese Aristocracy by Nicolas Tackett Bespreking van: Nicolas Tackett The Destruction of the Medieval Chinese Aristocracy, The Journal of Interdisciplinary History 46(4): 39-41.
  • De Weerdt Hilde & Chu Ming-kin (2016), The Making of the Literati Notebook (9th-13th C) Theme issue in East Asian Publishing and Society Redactielid 6.
  • De Weerdt Hilde & Chu Ming-kin (2015), 書信與十至十三世紀宋金元代士人交流/Letters and Literati Communication during the Song, Jin, and Yuan Dynasties (10th-13th C) Theme issue in 北大史學 (Peking University History Review) Redactielid .
  • De Weerdt Hilde & Fu Yang (tr) (2015), Chongsu Zhongguo zhengzhi shi 重塑中國政治史, (Hanxue yanjiu tongxun 漢學研究通訊 34:2, 1-9). [overig]
  • De Weerdt H., Ho I.B. & (2015), Information, Territory, and Networks: The Crisis and Maintenance of Empire in Song China Accompanying data and visualization site (3399.0). [website]
  • De Weerdt & H.G.D.G. (7 november 2014), Reinventing Chinese political history (Oratie. Leiden Institute for Area Studies, Humanities, Leiden). Leiden: Leiden University.
  • De Weerdt H.G.D.G. (7 november 2014), Chinese politieke geschiedenis heruitvinden (Oratie. Leiden Institute for Area Studies, Humanities, Leiden). Leiden: Leiden University.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (18 maart 2014), Two Frameworks for Understanding Spatial Control and Political Integration in Chinese History. Communication and Empire: Chinese Empires in Comparative Perspective [blog entry].
  • De Weerdt Hilde (20 februari 2014), Isn't the Siku quanshu enough? Reflections on the impact of new digital tools for classical Chinese. Communication and Empire: Chinese Empires in Comparative Perspective [blog entry].
  • De Weerdt H. (5 februari 2014), Digital Interpretations. Communication and Empire: Chinese Empires in Comparative Perspective [blog entry].
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2014), Li Zhi and the Virtue of Desire by Pauline Lee Bespreking van: Pauline Lee Li Zhi and the Virtue of Desire, Philosophy East and West 64(4): 1106-1108.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2014), A Tale of Two Monasteries: Westminster and Saint-Denis in the Thirteenth Century by William Chester Jordan Bespreking van: William Chester Jordan A Tale of Two Monasteries: Westminster and Saint-Denis in the Thirteenth Century, Defining the Global Middle Ages .
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2014), The History of the Book in South Asia edited by Francesca Orsini Bespreking van: Francesca Orsini, ed. The History of the Book in South Asia, Library & Information History 30(4): 299-301.
  • De Weerdt Hilde, Ho I. & Bol P. et al. (2014), Automating Data Extraction from Chinese Texts. [website]
  • Ho I. & De Weerdt Hilde (2014), MARKUS: A markup, reading, and visualization platform for classical Chinese texts. [overig]
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2013), Die Aufhebung des Politischen. Lü Zuqian (1137–1181) und der Aufstieg des Neukonfuzianismus by Kai Marchal [Bespreking van: Kai Marchal Die Aufhebung des Politischen. Lü Zuqian (1137–1181) und der Aufstieg des Neukonfuzianismus] China Review International 20.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2013), Women of the Conquest Dynasties: Gender and Identity in Liao and Jin China by Linda Cooke Johnson [Bespreking van: Linda Cooke Johnson Women of the Conquest Dynasties: Gender and Identity in Liao and Jin China] Journal of Social History 46(4): 1087-1089.
  • De Weerdt & Hilde (2013), Peter Lorge, editor, Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms [Bespreking van: Peter Lorge, ed Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms] American Historical Review 118(1): 167-68.
  • De Weerdt Hile, Ho I., Morche J. & Chu M. (2012), Communication and Empire: Chinese Empires in Comparative Perspective. [website]
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2012), Renaissances: The One or the Many? By Jack Goody [Bespreking van: Jack Goody Renaissances: The One or the Many?] The English historical review 128(531): 515-17.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2012), Biji in Print Database. [database]
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2011), The Poetics of Sovereignty: On Emperor Taizong of the Tang Dynasty by Jack W. Chen [Bespreking van: Jack W. Chen The Poetics of Sovereignty: On Emperor Taizong of the Tang Dynasty] China Review International 18(3): 314-16.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2011), “Chinese Printing to 1000 CE,” “Chinese Printing, 1000-1500,” “Chinese Printing, 1500-1800,” “Korean Printing to 1500 CE,” “The Invention and Production of Paper (100-1000 CE): from China to West Asia,” “The Spread of Paper to Europe after 1000 CE,” “The Printing of The Diamond Sutra,” “The Printing of Commercial Encyclopedias,” “The Printing of Matteo Ricci’s Map of the World,” “Cai Lun,” “The Battle of Talas and the Transmission of Paper Manufacturing,” “The Invention of Metal Type,” “Fabriano Paper”. In: Alfred J. Andrea. Santa Barbara (Red.) World History Encyclopedia. CA: ABC-Clio [lemma].
  • De Weerdt H.G.D.G. & Chia L. (Red.) (2011), Knowledge and Text Production in an Age of Print--China, 900-1400. Leiden: Brill,.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2011), Transformative Journeys: Travel and Culture in Song China by Cong Ellen Zhang Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 74(3): 44-46.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2011), War and State Formation in Ancient China and Early Modern Europe by Victoria Tin-bor Hui Bijiao: China in Comparative Perspective Book Review/比较:中国比较研究书评 1(1): 26-28.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2010), Asian Empire and British Knowledge. China and the Networks of British Imperial Expansion by Ulrike Hillemann Itinerario 35(1): 149-151.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2010), The Age of Confucian Rule: The Song Transformation of China by Dieter Kuhn Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 73(1): 132-134.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2010), Divided by a Common Language: Factional Conflict in Late Northern Song China by Ari Daniel Levine Journal of Asian Studies 69(2): 556-558.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2009), Christian Meyer: Ritendiskussionen am Hof der nordlichen Song-Dynastie (1034-1093): zwischen Ritengelehrsamkeit, Machtkampf und intellektuellen Bewegungen Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 72(1).
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2009), ABYSMAL: A Critique of Cartographic Reason by Gunnar Olsson World History Connected 6(2).
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2009), Eric Hayot, Haun Saussy, and Steven Yao, eds. Sinographies: Writing China International Journal of Asian Studies 6(1): 113-115.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2009), The Woman Who Discovered Printing by T. H. Barrett SHARP News (Society for the History of Authorship Reading and Publishing) 18(1): 10-11.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2009), Francesca Bray, Vera Dorofeeva-Lichtmann and Georges Metailie: Graphics and Text in the Production of Technical Knowledge in China – The Warp and the Weft Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 72(1): 213-216.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2009), From the May Fourth Movement to Communist Revolution: Guo Moruo and the Chinese Path to Communism by Chen Xiaoming The Historian 71(2): 389-390.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2008), Hong Mai’s Record of the Listener and Its Song Dynasty Context by Alister D. Inglis The China Review 8(1): 170-173.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2007), Telling Stories Witchcraft and Scapegoating in Chinese History by Barend J. ter Haar China Review International 14(1).
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2007), Empire at the Margins: Culture, Ethnicity, and Frontier in Early Modern China by Pamela Kyle Crossley, Helen F. Siu, and Donald S. Sutton, eds. World History Connected 4(2).
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2007), The Sui Dynasty. In: The World and Its Peoples. China and Mongolia. Part I. London: Brown Reference Group [lemma].
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2007), Community Schools and the State in Ming China by Sarah Schneewind China Review International 14(1): 220-223.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2007), Emperor Huizong and Late Northern Song China: The Politics of Culture and the Culture of Politics, Patricia Ebrey and Maggie Bickford, eds. The Chinese Historical Review 14(2): 310-313.
  • De Weerdt H.G.D.G. (2006), One True God: Historical Consequences of Monotheism by Rodney Stark World History Connected 3(3).
  • De Weerdt H.G.D.G. (2006), Publishing, Culture, and Power in Early Modern China by Kai-wing Chow Technology and culture 47: 192-193.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2006), Printing and Book Culture in Late Imperial China, edited by Cynthia Brokaw and Kai-wing Chow SHARP News (Society for the History of Authorship Reading and Publishing) 15(2-3): 11-12.
  • Hilde De Weerdt & Joe Dennis (2005), Workshop Report: ‘The Early Development of Print Culture in China,’ Fairbank Center for East Asian Research, Harvard University (April 29-30, 2005) SHARP News (Society for the History of Authorship Reading and Publishing) 14(3): 1-2.
  • De Weerdt H.G.D.G. (2005), The Class of 1761: Examinations, State, and Elites in 18th Century China by Iona Man-cheong The Journal of Asian Studies 64(2): 453-454.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2005), The Chinese Machiavelli: 3000 Years of Chinese Statecraft by Dennis Bloodworth and Ching Ping Bloodworth China Information 19(3): 505-507.
  • De Weerdt H.G.D.G. (2004), Historical Records of the Five Dynasties by Richard Davis The Medieval Review.
  • De Weerdt Hilde (2001), Academies and Society in Southern Sung China by Linda Walton Harvard journal of Asiatic studies 61(1): 201-209.

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