Bibliography: The History of History in East Asia

Below is a bibliography of secondary English language scholarship on the historiography of East Asia, together with English translations available for key primary accounts of the past in the form of official and unofficial histories, epics, martial histories, etc. It is comprised of two sections: an list of secondary scholarship, followed by a section with a list of translations of key primary historical accounts of the past.

This bibliography was last updated 13 June, 2020.

The series of volumes in The Oxford History of Historical Writing has around 500 pages related to the historiography of East Asia and its footnotes and bibliographies were a starting point for the compilation of the list. The chapters related to East Asia are:

Vol 1
Ch 15 History and Inscriptions, China
Ch 16 Chinese History and Philosophy
Ch 17 Pre-Qin Annals
Ch 18 Historiography and Empire
Ch 19 Sima Qian and the Shiji
Ch 20 The Han Histories
Ch 21 Historiography of the Six Dynasties Period (220-581)
Ch 22 Buddhism: Biographies of Buddhist Monks
Vol 2
Ch 1 The Growth of Historical Method in Tang China
Ch 2 Chinese Historiography in the Age of Maturity, 960-1368
Ch 3 The Birth and Flowering of Japanese Historiography
Ch 6 The Tradition of Historical Writing in Korea
Vol 3
Ch 1 Chinese Official Historical Writing under the Ming and Qing
Ch 2 The Historical Writing of Qing Imperial Expansion
Ch 3 Private Historiography in Late Imperial China
Ch 4 A Social History of Japanese Historical Writing
Ch 5 Writing History in Pre-Modern Korea
Vol 4
Ch 24 The Transformation of History in China and Japan
Vol 5
Ch 30 Chinese Historical Writing since 1949
Ch 31 Japanese Historical Writing
Ch 32 Historians and Historical Writing in Modern Korea

1. Works on East Asian Historiography

Adolphson, Mikael S., and Anne Commons, eds. Lovable Losers: The Heike in Action and Memory. De Gruyter: University of Hawaii Press, 2015.

Akita, George. ‘Trends in Modern Japanese Political History: The `Positivist’ Studies’. Monumenta Nipponica 37, no. 4 (1982): 497–521. https://doi.org/10.2307/2384168.

Allan, Sarah. Buried Ideas: Legends of Abdication and Ideal Government in Early Chinese Bamboo-Slip Manuscripts. SUNY Press, 2015.

———. ‘On Shu 書 (Documents) and the Origin of the Shang Shu 尚書 (Ancient Documents) in Light of Recently Discovered Bamboo Slip Manuscripts’. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London 75, no. 3 (2012): 547–57.

Ames, Roger T. ‘The Remarkable Scholarship of Professor D.c. Lau (1921–2010)’. Early China 32 (2008): v–viii.

Ansart, Olivier. ‘Making Sense of Sorai: How to Deal with the Contradictions in Ogyū Sorai’s Political Theory’. Asian Philosophy 19, no. 1 (1 March 2009): 11–30.

Aoki, Michiko Yamaguchi. Records of Wind and Earth: A Translation of Fudoki, with Introduction and Commentaries. Monograph and Occasional Paper Series ; No. 53. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Association for Asian Studies, 1997.

Arbuckle, Gary. ‘Some Remarks on a New Translation of the Chunqiu Fanlu’. Edited by Robert H. Gassmann. Early China 17 (1992): 215–38.

Arnn, Barbara L. ‘Local Legends of the Genpei War: Reflections of Mediaeval Japanese History’. Asian Folklore Studies 38, no. 2 (1979): 1–10. https://doi.org/10.2307/1177683.

Augustine, Jonathan Morris. Buddhist Hagiography in Early Japan: Images of Compassion in the Gyoki Tradition. Routledge, 2004.

Auken, Newell Ann Van. The Commentarial Transformation of the Spring and Autumn. SUNY Press, 2016.

———. ‘What If Zhào Dùn Had Fled? Border Crossing and Flight into Exile in Early China’. Journal of the American Oriental Society 139, no. 3 (2019): 569–90. https://doi.org/10.7817/jameroriesoci.139.3.0569.

Bai, Chunxiao. ‘The Cyclic Views of the Human Condition in Thucydides’ Archaeology and Sima Qian’s Preface to Historical Records’. CHS Research Bulletin, 17 April 2017. http://www.chs-fellows.org/2017/04/17/thucydides-sima-qian/.

Ban, Gu. Wang Mang; a Translation of the Official Account of His Rise to Power as Given in the History of the Former Han Dynasty, with Introd. and Notes. [Shanghai,: Graphic Art Book Co., 1947.

Ban, Gu, and Zhao Ban. The History of the Former Han Dynasty. Waverly Press, 1938.

Baochang. Lives of the Nuns: Biographies of Chinese Buddhist Nuns from the Fourth to Sixth Centuries : A Translation of the Pi-Ch?Iu-Ni Chuan. University of Hawaii Press, 1994.

Barbara Hendrischke. ‘Dialogue Forms in the Taiping Jing (Scripture on Great Peace)’. Journal of the American Oriental Society 137, no. 4 (2017): 719. https://doi.org/10.7817/jameroriesoci.137.4.0719.

Barnard, Christopher. Language, Ideology and Japanese History Textbooks. Taylor & Francis, 2003.

Barshay, Andrew E. The Social Sciences in Modern Japan: The Marxian and Modernist Traditions. University of California Press, 2004.

Bartlett, Robert. ‘Rewriting Saints’ Lives: The Case of Gerald of Wales’. Speculum, Vol. 58, No. 3 (1983): 598–613.

Bary, Wm Theodore De. Finding Wisdom in East Asian Classics. New York: Columbia University Press, 2011.

Baxter, James C., and Joshua A. Fogel. Writing Histories in Japan: Texts and Their Transformations from Ancient Times Through the Meiji Era. International Research Center for Japanese Studies, 2007.

Beasley, W. G., and Edwin G. Pulleyblank. Historians of China and Japan. Historical Writing on the Peoples of Asia / School of Oriental and African Studies 3. London: Oxford University Press, 1961.

Beck, B. J. Mansvelt. The Treatises of Later Han: Their Author, Sources, Contents, and Place in Chinese Historiography. BRILL, 1990.

Beckwith, Christopher. Koguryo: The Language of Japan’s Continental Relatives: An Introduction to the Historical-Comparative Study of the Japanese-Koguryoic Languages, with a Preliminary Description of Archaic Northeastern Middle Chinese. Second Edition. BRILL, 2007.

Beecroft, Alexander. Authorship and Cultural Identity in Early Greece and China: Patterns of Literary Circulation. Cambridge University Press, 2010.

Benesch, Oleg. Inventing the Way of the Samurai: Nationalism, Internationalism, and Bushidō in Modern Japan. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014.

Bentley, John R. Historiographical Trends in Early Japan. Annotated edition edition. Lewiston, N.Y: Edwin Mellen Press Ltd, 2002.

Berg, Daria. Reading China: Fiction, History and the Dynamics of Discourse : Essays in Honour of Professor Glen Dudbridge. BRILL, 2007.

Berger, Thomas U. War, Guilt, and World Politics after World War II. 1st ed. Cambridge University Press, 2012.

Bergeton, Uffe. ‘From "Awe-Inspiringly Beautiful" to "Patterns in Conventionalized Behavior": The Historical Development of the Metacultural Concept of Wén in Pre-Qín China’. Journal of the American Oriental Society 139, no. 2 (2019): 433–54.

Berkowitz, Alan J. ‘Account of the Buddhist Thaumaturge Baozhi’. In Buddhism in Practice, 1995.

Bernstein, Gail Lee. Japanese Marxist: A Portrait of Kawakami Hajime, 1879-1946. Harvard Univ Asia Center, 1990.

———. Recreating Japanese Women, 1600-1945. University of California Press, 1991.

Besio, Kimberly Ann, and Constantine Tung, eds. Three Kingdoms and Chinese Culture. SUNY Press, 2007.

Best, Jonathan W. ‘Notes and Questions Concerning the "Samguk Sagi"’s Chronology of Paekche’s Kings Chŏnji, Kuisin, and Piyu’. Korean Studies 3 (1979): 125–34.

Bialock, David T. Eccentric Spaces, Hidden Histories: Narrative, Ritual, and Royal Authority from the Chronicles of Japan to the Tale of the Heike. Electronic book. Asian Religions & Cultures. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press, 2007.

Bielenstein, Hans. The Restoration of the Han Dynasty: With Prolegomena on the Historiography of the Hou Han Shu. Elanders, 1953.

Bira, Shagdaryn. Mongolian Historical Writing from 1200 to 1700. Translated by John R. Krueger. 2nd edition. Bellingham, Wash: Center for East Asian Studies, Western Washington University, 2002.

Blakeley, Barry B. ‘"On the Authenticity and Nature of the Zuo Zhuan" Revisited’. Early China 29 (2004): 217–67.

Blussé, Leonard. ‘Japanese Historiography and European Sources’. In Reappraisals in Overseas History, 1979.

Bol, Peter K. ‘This Culture of Ours’: Intellectual Transitions in T’ang and Sung China. Stanford University Press, 1994.

Boltz, William G. ‘The Composite Nature of Early Chinese Texts’. In Text and Ritual in Early China, edited by Martin Kern. University of Washington Press, 2011.

Bonner, Joey. Wang Kuo-Wei: An Intellectual Biography. Harvard University Press, 1986.

Boot, W. J., Daiki Takayama, and SpringerLink (Online service), eds. Tetsugaku Companion to Ogyū Sorai. Tetsugaku Companions to Japanese Philosophy, volume 2. Cham, Switzerland: Springer, 2019.

Borton, Hugh. ‘A Survey of Japanese Historiography’. The American Historical Review 43, no. 3 (1938): 489–99. https://doi.org/10.2307/1865611.

Bronson, Adam. One Hundred Million Philosophers: Science of Thought and the Culture of Democracy in Postwar Japan. University of Hawaiʻi Press, 2016.

Brown, Delmer M, and Ichirô Ishida. The Future and the Past: A Translation and Study of the Gukanshô, an Interpretative History of Japan Written in 1219. Berkeley; Los Angeles; London: University of California Press, 1979.

Brownlee, John S. Japanese Historians and the National Myths, 1600-1945: The Age of the Gods and Emperor Jinmu. UBC Press, 2011.

———. Political Thought in Japanese Historical Writing: From Kojiki (712) to Tokushi Yoron (1712). Waterloo, Ont., Canada: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 1991.

Brownstein, Michael C. ‘From Kokugaku to Kokubungaku: Canon-Formation in The Meiji Period’. Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 47, no. 2 (1987): 435–60.

Burton Watson. Ssu Ma Chien Grand Historian Of China. Columbia University Press, 1958. http://archive.org/details/ssumachiengrandh012602mbp.

Buruma, Ian. Wages of Guilt: Memories of War in Germany and Japan. Atlantic Books Ltd, 2015.

Butler, Kenneth Dean. ‘The Heike Monogatari and The Japanese Warrior Ethic’. Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 29 (1969): 93–108. https://doi.org/10.2307/2718829.

———. ‘The Textual Evolution of The Heike Monogatari’. Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 26 (1966): 5–51. https://doi.org/10.2307/2718459.

Byington, Mark. ‘Samguk Sagi Volume 48 Biographies Book 8’. Transactions of the Korea Branch, Royal Asiatic Society 67 (n.d.).

Calichman, Richard. Overcoming Modernity: Cultural Identity in Wartime Japan. New York: Columbia University Press, 2008.

———. Takeuchi Yoshimi: Displacing the West. Cornell University East Asia Program, 2004.

Campany, Robert Ford. Signs from the Unseen Realm: Buddhist Miracle Tales from Early Medieval China. University of Hawaiʻi Press, 2012.

———. Strange Writing: Anomaly Accounts in Early Medieval China. SUNY Press, 1996.

Camporeale, Salvatore I. ‘Lorenzo Valla’s "Oratio" on the Pseudo-Donation of Constantine: Dissent AndInnovation in Early Renaissance Humanism’. Journal of the History of Ideas 57, no. 1 (1996): 9–26.

Chaffee, John. ‘The Rise and Regency of Empress Liu (969—1033)’. Journal of Song-Yuan Studies, no. 31 (2001): 1–25.

Chaffee, John C. ‘Sung Biographies Supplementary Biography No. 2’. Journal of Song-Yuan Studies, no. 24 (1994): 205–15.

Chan, Hok-Lam. China and the Mongols: History and Legend Under the Yüan and Ming. Routledge, 2018.

Chan, Hok-lam. ‘Chinese Official Historiography at the Yuan Court: The Composition of the Liao, Chin, and Sung Histories’. In China Under Mongol Rule, edited by John D. Langlois, 1981.

———. Legitimation in Imperial China: Discussions Under the Jurchen-Chin Dynasty. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1985.

———. Li Chih 1527-1602 in Contemporary Chinese Historiography: New Light on His Life and Works. Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI, 1994.

———. The Historiography of the Chin Dynasty: Three Studies. F. Steiner, 1970.

Chan, Ming K. ‘The Historiography of the Tzu-Chih T’ung-Chien: A Survey’. Monumenta Serica 31 (1974): 1–38.

Chan, Shirley, ed. Dao Companion to the Excavated Guodian Bamboo Manuscripts. Dao Companions to Chinese Philosophy volume10. Cham, Switzerland: Springer, 2019.

Chang, Chun-shu, and Shelley Hsueh-lun Chang. Redefining History: Ghosts, Spirits, and Human Society in Pʻu Sung-Ling’s World, 1640-1715. University of Michigan Press, 1998.

Chang, Hao. Liang Chʻi-Chʻao and Intellectual Transition in China, 1890-1907. Harvard University Press, 1971.

Chao, Hui. ‘Lives of Eminent Monks’. In Studies in Chinese Buddhism, edited by Robert Somers, 1990.

‘Chapter 41, 42 and 43 of the Samguk Sagi: An Annotated Translation of [Sic] Biography of Kim Yusin’, n.d.

‘Chapters 44 and 45 of the "Samguk Sagi": An Annotated Translation of Biography’, n.d.

Chega, Pak. A Korean Scholar’s Rude Awakening in Qing China: Pak Chega’s Discourse on Northern Learning. University of Hawaii Press, 2019.

Chen, Hsi-Yuan. ‘The Making of the Official Qing History and the Crisis of Traditional Chinese Historiography’. Historiography East and West 2, no. 2 (1 January 2004): 173–204. https://doi.org/10.1163/157018606779068306.

Chen, Huaiyu. ‘The Rise of "Asian History" in Mainland China in the 1950s: A Global Perspective’. Global Intellectual History 0, no. 0 (8 March 2020): 1–21. https://doi.org/10.1080/23801883.2020.1738657.

Chen, Qingliang. ‘Li Zhi (1527-1602) and His Literary Thought’, n.d.

Chen, Sanping. Multicultural China in the Early Middle Ages. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012. https://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt3fh7x8.

Chia, Lucille, and Hilde De Weerdt, eds. Knowledge and Text Production in an Age of Print: China,900-1400. Sinica Leidensia, v. 100. Leiden ; Boston: Brill, 2011.

Chia-fu, Sung. ‘The Official Historiographical Operation of the Song Dynasty’. Journal of Song-Yuan Studies 45 (2015): 175–206. https://doi.org/10.1353/sys.2015.0004.

Chin, Tamara T. ‘Defamiliarizing the Foreigner: Sima Qian’s Ethnography and Han-Xiongnu Marriage Diplomacy’. Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 70, no. 2 (2010): 311–54.

Ching, Julia. ‘Sung Philosophers on Women’. Monumenta Serica 42 (1994): 259–74.

Chittick, Andrew. ‘The Development of Local Writing in Early Medieval China’. Early Medieval China 2003, no. 1 (1 June 2003): 35–70.

Chiwoon, Pak. The Jehol Diary. Translated by Yang-Hi Choe-Wall. Folkestone, Kent, UK: Global Oriental Ltd, 2010.

Ch’oe, Yŏng-ho. ‘An Outline History of Korean Historiography’. Korean Studies 4 (1980): 1–27.

Choi, Byonghyon, ed. The Annals of King T’aejo. Harvard University Press, 2014.

Clark, Anthony E. Ban Gu’s History of Early China. Amherst, NY: Cambria Press, 2008.

Clausen, Søren. ‘Autobiography of a Chinese City: The History of Harbin in the Mirror of the Official City Gazetteer’. Historiography East and West 2, no. 1 (1 January 2004): 144–72. https://doi.org/10.1163/1570186053682288.

Coblin, W. South. ‘A Brief History of Mandarin’. Journal of the American Oriental Society 120, no. 4 (2000): 537–52. https://doi.org/10.2307/606615.

Cohen, Paul A. History in Three Keys: The Boxers as Event, Experience, and Myth. Columbia University Press, 1998.

———. Discovering History in China: American Historical Writing on the Recent Chinese Past. New York: Columbia University Press, 1997.

Confucius. The Most Venerable Book (Shang Shu). Penguin UK, 2014.

Confucius, and James Legge. The Sacred Books of China: The Texts of Confucianism. Oxford, The Clarendon press, 1879. http://archive.org/details/sacredbooksofch03conf.

Conrad, Sebastian. ‘Remembering Asia: History and Memory in Post-Cold War Japan’. In Memory in a Global Age Discourses, Practices and Trajectories, edited by Aleida Assmann and Sebastian Conrad, 163–78, 2010.

———. The Quest for the Lost Nation: Writing History in Germany and Japan in the American Century. University of California Press, 2010.

———. ‘What Time Is Japan? Problems of Comparative (Intercultural) Historiography’. History and Theory 38, no. 1 (1999): 67–83.

Cook, Constance A., and Paul Rakita Goldin. A Source Book of Ancient Chinese Bronze Inscriptions. Society for the Study of Early China, 2016.

Cook, Constance A, and John S Major. Defining Chu: Image and Reality in Ancient China. Honolulu: University of Hawaiʻi Press, 2004.

Creel, Herrlee Glessner. ‘Bronze Inscriptions of the Western Chou Dynasty as Historical Documents’. Journal of the American Oriental Society 56, no. 3 (1936): 335–49.

Crespigny, Rafe. Imperial Warlord: A Biography of Cao Cao, 155-220 AD. Leiden ; Boston: Brill, 2010.

Crespigny, Rafe de. Generals of the South: The Foundation and Early History of the Three Kingdoms State of Wu. Canberra: Australian National University, 1990.

Crespigny, Rafe De. The Records of the Three Kingdoms: A Study in the Historiography of San-Kuo Chih. Centre of Oriental Studies, Australian National University, 1970.

Crespigny, Rafe de. ‘The Three Kingdoms and Western Jin: A History of China in the Third Century AD – I’. East Asian History, Number 1 [June 1991], Pp. 1-36, 28 September 2004.

———. ‘Universal Histories’. In Essays on Sources for Chinese History, 1973.

Croizier, Ralph. ‘World History in the People’s Republic of China’. Journal of World History 1, no. 2 (1990): 151–69.

Crossley, Pamela Kyle. A Translucent Mirror: History and Identity in Qing Imperial Ideology. University of California Press, 1999.

Crump, James. Chan-Kuo Ts’e. University of Michigan Press, 1996.

Crump, James Irving. Intrigues: Studies of the Chan-Kuo Tsʻe. University of Michigan Press, 1986.

———. Legends of the Warring States: Persuasions, Romances, and Stories from Chan-Kuo Tsʻe. Center for Chinese Studies, The University of Michigan, 1998.

Csikszentmihalyi, Mark, and Michael Nylan. ‘Constructing Lineages and Inventing Traditions through Exemplary Figures in Early China’. T’oung Pao 89, no. 1/3 (2003): 59–99.

Cutter, Robert Joe. ‘Shishuo Xinyu and the Death of Cao Zhang’. Journal of the American Oriental Society 129, no. 3 (2009): 403–11.

Davis, Richard trans. Historical Records of the Five Dynasties. New York: Columbia University Press, 2007.

Davis, Richard L. ‘Chaste and Filial Women in Chinese Historical Writings of the Eleventh Century’. Journal of the American Oriental Society 121, no. 2 (2001): 204–18. https://doi.org/10.2307/606561.

De Rauw, Tom. ‘Baochang: Sixth-Century Biographer of Buddhist Monks… and Nuns?’ Journal of the American Oriental Society 125, no. 2 (2005): 203–18.

———. ‘Baochang: Sixth-Century Biographer of Buddhist Monks… and Nuns?’ Journal of the American Oriental Society 125, no. 2 (2005): 203–18.

Denecke, Wiebke, Wai-yee Li, and Xiaofei Tian. The Oxford Handbook of Classical Chinese Literature (1000 BCE-900 CE). Oxford University Press, 2017.

Dennis, Joseph R. Writing, Publishing, and Reading Local Gazetteers in Imperial China, 1100-1700. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 2015.

Denton, Kirk A. The Columbia Companion to Modern Chinese Literature. Columbia University Press, 2016.

Deuchler, Martina. The Confucian Transformation of Korea: A Study of Society and Ideology. Harvard Univ Asia Center, 1992.

DeWoskin, Kenneth J. Doctors, Diviners, and Magicians of Ancient China, 1983.

DeWoskin, Kenneth J., and J. I. Crump, trans. In Search of the Supernatural: The Written Record. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press, 1996.

Di Cosmo, Nicola. Ancient China and Its Enemies: The Rise of Nomadic Power in East Asian History. New Ed edition. Cambridge, UK ; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002.

Dien, Albert. ‘Wei Tan and the Historiography of the Wei Shu”. In Studies in Early Medieval Chinese Literature and Cultural History, in Honor of Donald Holzman and Richard B. Mather, n.d.

Dierkes, Julian. Postwar History Education in Japan and the Germanys: Guilty Lessons. Routledge, 2010.

Dirlik, Arif. Anarchism in the Chinese Revolution. University of California Press, 1991.

———. Revolution and History: Origins of Marxist Historiography in China, 1919-1937. University of California Press, 1989.

———. ‘The Historiography of Colonial Modernity: Chinese History Between Eurocentric Hegemony and Nationalism’. Journal of Modern Chinese History 1, no. 1 (1 August 2007): 97–115. https://doi.org/10.1080/17535650701521171.

———. ‘The Problem of Class Viewpoint versus Historicism in Chinese Historiography’. Modern China 3, no. 4 (1977): 465–88.

Doleželová-Velingerová, Milena, Rudolf G. Wagner, and SpringerLink (Online service), eds. Chinese Encyclopaedias of New Global Knowledge (1870-1930): Changing Ways of Thought. Berlin: Springer, 2013.

Dong, Hongyuan. A History of the Chinese Language. Routledge, 2014.

Doran, Rebecca. Transgressive Typologies: Constructions of Gender and Power in Early Tang China. Harvard University Asia Center, 2016.

Duara, Prasenjit, Viren Murthy, and Andrew Sartori. A Companion to Global Historical Thought. John Wiley & Sons, 2014.

Duara, Prasenjit. Rescuing History from the Nation: Questioning Narratives of Modern China. University Of Chicago Press, 1997.

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Dudbridge, Glen. A Portrait of Five Dynasties China: From the Memoirs of Wang Renyu (880-956). OUP Oxford, 2013.

Durrant, Stephen. ‘Histories (Shi 史)’. In The Oxford Handbook of Classical Chinese Literature (1000 BCE-900 CE), edited by Wiebke Denecke, Wai-yee Li, and Xiaofei Tian. Oxford University Press, 2017.

Durrant, Stephen, Wai-yee Li, and David Schaberg, trans. Zuo Tradition / Zuozhuan: Commentary on the ‘Spring and Autumn Annals’. Slp Blg edition. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2016.

Durrant, Stephen W. The Cloudy Mirror: Tension and Conflict in the Writings of Sima Qian. SUNY Press, 1995.

Durrant, Stephen W, Wai-yee Li, Michael Nylan, and Hans van Ess. The Letter to Ren an and Sima Qian’s Legacy, 2016.

Duthie, Torquil. ‘The Jinshin Rebellion and the Politics of Historical Narrative in Early Japan’. Journal of the American Oriental Society 133, no. 2 (2013): 295–320. https://doi.org/10.7817/jameroriesoci.133.2.0295.

Duus, Peter. ‘Whig History, Japanese Style: The Min`yusha Historians and the Meiji Restoration’. The Journal of Asian Studies 33, no. 3 (1974): 415–36.

Édouard Chavannes, Qian Sima. Les mémoires historiques de Se-ma-Tsʼien. E. Leroux, 1898. http://archive.org/details/lesmmoireshisto03chgoog.

Edwards, Louise. ‘Women Warriors and Amazons of the Mid Qing Texts Jinghua Yuan and Honglou Meng’. Modern Asian Studies 29, no. 2 (1995): 225–55.

Egan, Ronald C. The Literary Works of Ou-Yang Hsui (1007-72). Cambridge University Press, 2009.

Eichman, Jennifer. ‘Buddhist Historiography: A Tale of Deception in a Seminal Late Ming Buddhist Letter’. Journal of Chinese Religions 46, no. 2 (2018): 123–65.

Elliott, Mark C. ‘The Limits of Tartary: Manchuria in Imperial and National Geographies’. The Journal of Asian Studies 59, no. 3 (2000): 603–46. https://doi.org/10.2307/2658945.

Elman, Benjamin A., and Gordon Wu ’58 Professor of Chinese Studies Benjamin A. Elman. A Cultural History of Civil Examinations in Late Imperial China. University of California Press, 2000.

Els, Paul van, and Sarah A. Queen. Between History and Philosophy: Anecdotes in Early China. SUNY Press, 2017.

Els, Paul van, Sarah A. Queen, and Wai-yee Li, eds. ‘Anecdotal Barbarians in Early China’. In Between History and Philosophy: Anecdotes in Early China. SUNY Press, 2017.

Els, Paul van, and Elisa Sabattini. ‘Introduction: Political Rhetoric in Early China’. Extrême-Orient Extrême-Occident, no. 34 (2012): 5–14.

Em, Henry. The Great Enterprise: Sovereignty and Historiography in Modern Korea. Duke University Press, 2013.

Emmerich, Reinhard. ‘Wang Chong’s Praises for the Han Dynasty’. Monumenta Serica 56 (2008): 117–48.

Ess, Hans van. ‘Praise and Slander: The Evocation of Empress Lü in the Shiji and the Hanshu’. NAN NÜ 8, no. 2 (1 January 2006): 221–54.

Ess, Hans van. ‘Recent Studies on Sima Qian’. Edited by Stephen W. Durrant. Monumenta Serica 49 (2001): 517–28.

Fan, Xin. ‘"International Law in Ancient China": Eurocentrism and the Rethinking of Case Studies in Chinese Intellectual History’. Global Intellectual History 0, no. 0 (9 March 2020): 1–17. https://doi.org/10.1080/23801883.2020.1738656.

Farmer, J. Michael. ‘What’s in a Name? On the Appellative "Shu" in Early Medieval Chinese Historiography’. Journal of the American Oriental Society 121, no. 1 (2001): 44–59.

Farquhar, Mary, and Chris Berry. ‘Speaking Bitterness: History, Media and Nation in Twentieth Century China’. Historiography East and West 2, no. 1 (1 January 2004): 116–43. https://doi.org/10.1163/1570186053682323.

Farris, William Wayne. Sacred Texts and Buried Treasures: Issues in the Historical Archaeology of Ancient Japan. University of Hawaii Press, 1998.

Feldherr, Andrew, and Grant Hardy, eds. The Oxford History of Historical Writing: Volume 1: Beginnings to AD 600. Reprint edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015.

Fischer, Paul, trans. Shizi: China’s First Syncretist. Columbia University Press, 2012.

Fogel, Canada Research Chair and Professor of History Joshua A., and Joshua A. Fogel. The Nanjing Massacre in History and Historiography. University of California Press, 2000.

Fogel, Joshua A. Japanese Historiography and the Gold Seal of 57 C.E.: Relic, Text, Object, Fake. BRILL, 2013.

———. ‘Naitō Konan (1866-1934) and Chinese Historiography’. Historiography East and West 1, no. 1 (1 January 2003): 137–53. https://doi.org/10.1163/157018603764967578.

Fogel, Joshua A., and James C. Baxter. Historiography and Japanese Consciousness of Values and Norms: International Symposium. 国際日本文化硏究センター, 2003.

Fogel, Joshua A., and Canada Research Chair and Professor of History Joshua A. Fogel. Politics and Sinology: The Case of Naitō Konan (1866-1934). Council on East Asian Studies, Harvard University, 1984.

Foot, Sarah, and Chase F. Robinson, eds. The Oxford History of Historical Writing: Volume 2: 400-1400. Reprint edition. Oxford University Press, 2015.

Ford, Carolyn. ‘The Afterlife of a Lost Book – Du Ji (The Record of Jealous Women)’, n.d.

Franke, Herbert. ‘Some Remarks on the Interpretation of Chinese Dynastic Histories’. Oriens 3, no. 1 (1950): 113–22. https://doi.org/10.2307/1578795.

Franke, Wolfgang. An Introduction to the Sources of Ming History. First Edition edition. Kuala Lumpur: Kuala Lumpur University of Malaya Press, 1968.

———. ‘Historical Writing during the Ming’. In The Cambridge History of China, Vol. 7: The Ming Dynasty, 1368-1644, Part 1, n.d.

Fraser, Chris. The Philosophy of the Mòzi: The First Consequentialists, 2017.

Fujitani, T., Geoffrey M. White, and Lisa Yoneyama. Perilous Memories: The Asia-Pacific War(s). Duke University Press, 2001.

Fukuzawa, Yukichi. An Outline of a Theory of Civilization. Columbia University Press, 2009.

Futong, Zheng. ‘"The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire" and "A Mirror of History:" A Comparative Study’. The Classical World 80, no. 6 (1987): 427–29.

Gabrielle M. Spiegel. ‘History, Historicism, and the Social Logic of the Text in the Middle Ages’. Speculum 65, no. 1 (1990): 59–86.

Galer, Scott W. ‘Toward Better Shiji 史記 Reading: Two Scholars’ Efforts to Elucidate the Text’. Chinese Literature: Essays, Articles, Reviews (CLEAR) 30 (2008): 31–42.

Gardner, Charles Sidney. Chinese Traditional Historiography. Harvard University Press, 1961.

Gayle, Curtis Anderson. Marxist History and Postwar Japanese Nationalism. Routledge, 2003.

Ge, Zhaoguang. ‘The Evolution of a World Consciousness in Traditional Chinese Historiography’. Global Intellectual History 0, no. 0 (16 March 2020): 1–19. https://doi.org/10.1080/23801883.2020.1738651.

Gentz, Joachim, and Dirk Meyer, eds. Literary Forms of Argument in Early China. BRILL, 2015.

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2. Translations of Key Historical Works

Shujing / Shang Shu (The Book of History / The Book of Documents)

  • The Most Venerable Book trans. Martin Palmer (2014)
  • The Book of Documents trans. Bernhard Karlgren (1950) Bulletin of the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities. 22: 1–81. (new text chapters only)
  • The Chinese Classics, volume III: the Shoo King or the Book of Historical Documents trans. James Legge (1865)
  • The Shû king; The religious portions of the Shih king; The Hsiâo king (Sacred Books of the East 3) (1875) https://archive.org/details/sacredbooksofch03conf

Shijing (The Odes)

  • The Book of Songs trans. Arthur Waley

Zuozhuan

Shishuo Xinyu

  • Shih-Shuo Hsin-Yu: A New Account of Tales of the World trans. Richard Mather (2002)

Lüshi Chunqiu

  • The Annals of Lü Buwei trans. Knoblock and Riegel (2000)

Chunqiu Fanlu

  • Luxuriant Gems of the Spring and Autumn Annals trans. Queen and Major (2016)

Zhanguoce

  • Crump, James Irving. Legends of the Warring States: Persuasions, Romances, and Stories from Chan-Kuo Tsʻe. Center for Chinese Studies, The University of Michigan, 1998. (selections)
  • Crump, James Chan-Kuo Ts’e (1996)

Shiji

  • The Grand Scribe’s Records trans. William H. Nienhauser (1994-)
  • Records of the Grand Historian trans. Burton Watson Qin, Han Vol 1-2

Hanshu

  • The History of the Former Han Dynasty trans. Homer Dubs Vol 1-3 (1938-1955)
  • Courtier and Commoner in Ancient China: Selections from the History of the Former Han by Pan Ku: Selections of the History by Pan Ku trans. Burton Watson (1977)

Lunheng (80)

  • Lun-hêng, Part 1. Philosophical Essays of Wang Ch’ung trans. Alfred Forke (1907)
  • Lun-hêng, Part 2. Miscellaneous Essays of Wang Ch’ung trans. Alfred Forke (1911)
  • Leslie, Donald. 1956. "Contribution to a new translation of the Lun heng," T’oung Pao 44:100-149.

Wudai Shiji (1072?)

  • Richard L. Davis trans. Historical Records of the Five Dynasties (2004)

Sanguo Yanyi

  • Three Kingdoms: A Historical Novel trans. Moss Roberts Vol 1-2 (1991, 2004)

  • Romance of the Three Kingdoms trans. C H Brewitt-Taylor (1925)

Sanguozhi

  • Chronicle of the Three Kingdoms, 220-265Vol 1-2 (1974) (ch69-78)

  • Empresses and Consorts: Selections from Chen Shou’s Records of the Three States With Pei Songzhi’s Commentary (selections)

  • Doctors Diviners and Magicians of Ancient China: Biographies of Fang-Shih (ch29)

  • Sourcebook of Korean Civilization Vol. 1

  • Yü Huan: Ancient Korea and Yen Sanguozhi 30:850 p8-9

  • Accounts of the Eastern Barbarians 30:840-53 p13-24

  • See other selected translations listed: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Records_of_the_Three_Kingdoms#Translations

Sanguo Pinghua

  • Idema, Wilt L. Records of the Three Kingdoms in Plain Language. Indianapolis ; Cambridge: Hackett Publishing Company, 2016.

Zizhi Tongjian

  • Selections translated by Rafe de Crespigny and Achilles Fang

Samguk Sagi

  • Sourcebook of Korean Civilization Vol. 1
  • King Onjo of Paekche 23:207-208 p30-32
  • Pak Hyŏkkŏse, the Founder of Silla 1:43-45 p32-3
  • Ûlchi Mundŏk 44:410-411 p37-39
  • Ûl P’aso 45:419-420 p42-43
  • Ch’ang Chori 49:448 p43-44
  • Kim Hujik’s Admonition of King Chinpy’ŏng 45:420
  • King Hŭngdŏk’s Edict on Clothing, Carts, and Housing 33:320-6 p49
  • Sŏl Kyedu 47:436 p49
  • King Sansang: The Levirate Custom 16:152-154 p53-54
  • Ondal: Hunting Expedition on the Third Day of the Third Month 45:425-427 p55-57
  • The Festival of Kawi 1:5 p57
  • Origins of the Hwarang 4:40 p101-102
  • Kwangch’ang 47:437 p104-5
  • Kim Hŭmun 47:437-438 p105-106
  • Account of the Silla-T’ang War 7:75-6 p108-9
  • The Life of Kim Yusin 41:394-43:406 p109-113
  • Posthumous Epithet for King Muyŏl 8:82 p114
  • King Munmu’s Edict Concerning the Investiture of An Sŭng 6:65-6 p114-5
  • King Sinmun’s Proclamation of His Accession 8:79-80 p115-116
  • The National Academy 38:366-367 p117-118
  • Kangsu 46:428-429 p120-122
  • Sŏl Ch’ong 46:431-432 p122-124
  • Nokchin 45:420-421 p124-125
  • Ch’oe Ch’iwŏn 46:429-431 p126-7
  • Yŏn Kaesomun (Koguryŏ) 49:448-50 p131
  • Cahng Pogo 44:416-417 p220
  • Selections available in various publications

Samguk Yusa

Sourcebook of Korean Civilization Vol. 1

  • Tangun 1:33-34 p6-7
  • King T’arhae of Silla 1:47-8 p33-5
  • King Chinhŭng’s Monument at Maun Pass append. 14 p39
  • Four Sacred Places (Silla) 1:59-60 p46
  • Administration Rock (Paekche) 2:97-98; 1:59-60 p46
  • King Namhae 1:45-6 p47
  • Crow Taboo Day 1:54-5 p57-58
  • Lord Ch’adŭk: Attendance of a Local Official at Court 2:74-75 p58-9
  • Kim Yusin: Worship of the Three Guardian Spirits 1:60-61 p59-61
  • Peach Blossom Girl, Guardian of the Gate Tower 1:56-7 p61-62
  • Chajang Establishes the Monk’s Discipline 4:191-194 p83-87
  • The Nine-Sotry Stupa 3:137-139 p87-89
  • Maitreya’s Incarnation as Hwarang 3:153-155 p90-92
  • Myŏngnang, Founder of the Divine Seal School 5:215;2:72 92-93
  • Holy Mother of Mount Fairy Peach 5:216-7 94-5
  • The Bodhisattva Sound Observer on Mount Nak 3:159-60 p96
  • Fifty Thousand Dharma Bodies on Mount Odae 3:165-70 p97-99
  • Knight Chukchi 2:76-78 p102-104
  • Podŏk (Koguryŏ) 3:130-132 p132
  • The Life of Wŏnhyo: Iryŏn’s Account 4:194-197 p142-144
  • The Life of Ûisang 4:194-197 p160-1
  • Monks Hyesuk and Hyegong 4:89-91 p192-195
  • Ungmyŏn 5:217-219 p195-196
  • Kwangdŏk 5:219-220 p196-198
  • Chinp’yo 4:200-202 p198-204
  • Master Yungch’ŏn: "Song of the Comet" 5:228 p205
  • Master Ch’ungdam: "Statesmanship" and "Ode to Knight Kip’a" 2:79-81 p 205-207
  • Master Wŏlmyŏng: "Song of Tusita Heaven" and "Requiem" 5:222-223 p207-208
  • Monk Yŏngjae: "Meeting with Bandits" 5:235 p208-9
  • Ch’ŏyong: "Song of Ch’ŏyong" 2:88-89 p209-210
  • An Old Man: "Dedication" 2:78-79 p211
  • Samguk Yusa: Legends and History of the Three Kingdoms of Ancient Korea trans. Grafton Mintz (2006)

Koryŏsa

  • Sourcebook of Korean Civilization Vol. 1 see selections pp251-466

The Veritable Records of the Chosŏn Dynasty (Chosŏn wangjo sillok 1,893 volumes)

  • In Korean/Classical Chinese online:
  • http://sillok.history.go.kr/main/main.do
  • Sourcebook of Korean Civilization Vol. 1 see selctions pp469-602
  • The Annals of King T’aejo (2014) — covers 1392-1398
  • The Veritable Records of King Sejong (1418-1450) Online

Translation Project:

  • http://esillok.history.go.kr/front/sillokView/SillokViewList.do?menuNo=4000000&leftMenuNo=4010000

Kojiki

  • The Kojiki: An Account of Ancient Matters trans. Gustav Heldt (2014)
  • Kojiki trans. Donald Philippi (1969) https://jhti.berkeley.edu/Kojiki.html
  • The Kojiki trans. Basil Hall Chamberlain (1919) https://www.sacred-texts.com/shi/kj/index.htm

Nihon Shoki / Nihongi

Heike Monogatari

  • The Tale of the Heike trans. Royall Tyler (2014)
  • The Tale of the Heike trans. Burton Watson, Haruo Shirane (2006) (abridged)
  • The Tale of the Heike trans. Helen McCullough (1988) Kogo Shūi (807)
  • Kogoshūi trans. by Genchi Katō https://jhti.berkeley.edu/Kogoshui copyright.html

Also: The Six National Histories trans. John Brownlee (1991) and see other translations from Japanese: https://jhti.berkeley.edu/search gateway.html

Thanks to Q. Edward Wang and Adam Bronson for their suggested additions to this list. I welcome further corrections and additions to this bibliography. You can send them to Konrad Lawson at kmlawson@froginawell.net or via Twitter @kmlawson. You may also find this bibliography in plain text markdown format, and make pull requests for modifications at GitHub here: History of History in East Asia (Raw markdown text)