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CLASSICAL HISTORIOGRAPHY FOR CHINESE HISTORY

中 國 經 典 文 獻 工 具 書 錄


Compiled by Benjamin A. Elman

Professor of East Asian Studies and History, Princeton University

With the help of Ping-yi Chu (Academia Sinica, Institute of History and Philology), Xiaoping Cong (University of Houston), Miaw-fen Lu (Academia Sinica, Institute of Modern History), Sam Gilbert (UCLA, ABD), Adam Schorr (Ph.D., UCLA East Asian Languages and Cultures Department), Susan Schneller, School of Historical Studies, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, N.J., and William Wooldridge (Bryn Mawr College). The search engine and frames were developed by Qiaoxiao Shao.

This information system is an official Asian Studies WWW Virtual Library Associate site.


  • 谷歌 Search for Classical Historiography Website ONLY:
    Materials have also been included from bibliography courses at the University of Pennsylvania 1975-1977. Thanks are especially due Professors Susan Naquin, W. Allyn Rickett, and more recently Nathan Sivin. This new version of the website is now located at Princeton University and is hosted in the East Asian Studies Department and Program website. It has been updated and now includes four major new features:

    1) all entries are alphabetized within each section;

    2) the romanization has been switched to Pinyin. Although this website uses Pinyin, it splits up words into phonemes, making Chinese appear to be a monosyllabic language. The Library of Congress has preferred a character-by-character romanization, and thus we follow LOC guidelines. But users of this website should note that the division into words (ci 辭 or 詞) as opposed to characters (zi 字) is still the usual basis for the Pinyin romanization of Chinese in China and most libraries there;

    3) the entire site is now equipped with a global search engine, in addition to the guided Table of Contents below.

    4) the guided Table of Contents for the Electronic Resources part has been enhanced and reclassified to be intuitively clearer.

    The site will also be linked to another specialized site in the East Asian Studies Department on additional sources for Ming-Qing history, which is being prepared by Professor Susan Naquin.

    All materials are under copyright: 1996 by Benjamin A. Elman.

    Last Major Revision: January, 2007.

    This list may be cited and reproduced for non-profit educational purposes only, provided credits and copyright are acknowledged. Links to this site should mention the Princeton University East Asian Studies Department and Program as the URL site and the compiler of the materials as the "author."



    Two documents that may be of help in orienting onself to use these materials are:

    • 1. How to view Chinese on the WWW; and
    • 2. Brief introduction to the Bibliography.

      See also Read Chinese in Net-Applications for Windows for all 16-bit applications to display Chinese. It also applies to those who use MS-Chinese Windows and want to read another code. In some cases, information from other HTM files, which create Chinese characters in Netscape Composer, have been entered. When properly set, your web browser should be able to read this information, if the languages preferences under your browser's "Preferences" have been added.

  • 2.Relevant Electronic Resources for Chinese Studies
    • A. General Resources
      • 1. Art
      • 2. Buddhism
      • 3. Christianity and Missionaries
      • 4. Daoism
      • 5. Ethnicity
      • 6. Film and Photographs
      • 7. History
      • 8. Music
      • 9. Philosophy/ Classics
      • 10. Science and Medicine
      • 11. Women and Men
    • B. Bibliographies
      • 1. General
      • 2. Art
      • 3. Buddhism
      • 4. Confucian/Literati Learning
      • 5. Daoism
      • 6. Film
    • C. CD Roms
    • D. Databases and Electronic Texts
      • 1. Alchemy, Science and Medicine
      • 2. Art
      • 3. Biographies
      • 4. Buddhism
      • 5. Classics/Four Books
      • 6. Confucian/Literati Learning
      • 7. Daoism
      • 8. Dynastic Histories
      • 9. Modern Texts
      • 10. Novels
      • 11. Poetry
      • 12. Pre-Han Texts
      • 13. Other
    • E. Dictionaries
    • F. Electronic Journals
    • G. Home Pages of Individuals and Research Groups
    • H. Indexes/ Concordances
    • I. Library Catalogs
      • 1. Australia
      • 2. Europe
      • 3. Hong Kong
      • 4. Japan
      • 5. Mainland China
      • 6. North America
      • 7. Taiwan
    • J. Maps and Geography
    • K. Useful Online Tools
    • L. Web Exhibits 3. Dictionaries
    • Chinese-Western
    • Chinese and Japanese
    • Rhyming Dictionaries
    • Special Subjects: Chinese Medicine, Buddhism, etc.
    • Encyclopedias
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    4. Selected List Of Bibliographical & Geographical Aids and Chronologies in Chinese, Japanese & Western Languages

    • Bibliographies
    • Place Name Dictionaries and Gazetteers
    • Atlases
    • Chronologies

    5. Biographical Aids

    • Reference Works
    • Indexes
    • Dating Aids
    • Special: Women, Pseudonyms, etc.

    6. Some Aids For Translating Chinese Official Titles & Institutions

    • General
    • Qin and Han
    • Period of Disunity (AD 220-317)
    • Tang
    • Five Dynasties (907-960) and Liao (907-1126)
    • Song
    • Jin and Yuan
    • Ming
    • Qing
    • Buddhist Titles

    7. Reference Guide to Classical Book Titles

    • Collections of Confucian Classical Learning and Bibliographies
    • Cong shu 四部
    • Sinological Indexes (Supplement to Teng & Biggerstaff)
    • Western Indices of Chinese Works
    • Japanese Indices of Chinese Works
    • Bibliographies for Traditional Chinese Science & Medical Texts

    8. The Four Parts of the Imperial Library

    • Jing bu
    • Shi bu 子 部 - Writers, Thinkers, & Philosophers
    • Zi bu 集 部 - Belles-lettres
    • Ji bu


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    9. Select Bibliography of Chinese Classics & Literature In Translation With Recent Related Histories

    • General
    • Zhou yi or Yi jing 禮 記 , etc.
    • The Rites 書 經 (Book of History)
    • Shang shu or Shu jing 春 秋 左 傳 (Spring and Autumn Annals and Zuo Commentary)
    • Chun qiu Zuo zhuan 儒 學 孔 子 孟 子 荀 子 朱 熹, Dao xue 道 學 , and Neo-Confucianism 新 儒 學 墨 子 道 家 / 道 教 & Taoist (Daoist) Writings 老 莊 玄 學 老 子 莊 子 列 子 淮 南 子 佛 學 法 家 詩經),Traditional Chinese Poetry and Literature
    • Bibliography of Philosophers
      • General Introduction & Collected Translations
      • Confucianism
      • Confucius
      • Mencius
      • Xunzi
      • Zhu Xi
      • Mohism
      • Taoism (Daoism)
      • Laozi
      • Zhuangzi
      • Liezi
      • Huainanzi
      • Buddhist Writings
      • Legalism
    • Classic of Poetry (Shi jing
    • Select Bibliographies On China詩 學
      • Works in Chinese and Japanese
      • Western Works
      • Poetry



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    五經 儒學 道家 釋迦牟尼 諸子 文獻 大眾 文 化 中國 科 學 史 中國 通 史 & World History 法學 史 藝術 史 Dynasty (trad. 1766-1123 B.C.)

    10. Selected English Bibliography For Chinese Civilization: A Brief Topical and Historical Survey to Ming Times

    • Bibliographies
    • Journals
    • General Works
    • Geography and Description
    • Languages
    • Gender Studies
    • Chinese Classics
    • General Philosophy
    • Confucianism
    • Daoism (Taoism)
    • Buddhism
    • Christianity
    • Other Philosophies
    • Other Literatures
    • Popular Culture
    • Chinese Science
    • General Histories
    • Legal History
    • Art History
    • Prehistory and Myths
    • Shang 周 Dynasty (1122?-256 B.C.)
    • Zhou 秦 Dynasty (255-207 B.C.)
    • Qin 漢 Dynasties (206 B.C.-A.D. 220) & Medieval China
    • Han 隋 (581-617) and Tang Dynasty (618-907) & Medieval China
    • Sui 宋 Dynasties (960-1280)
    • Five Dynasties 五 代 (907-960) and Song 西 夏 (990-1227), Liao (907-1125), Jin (1115-1234), & Yuan Dynasties (1280-1368)
    • Xixia

    11. Sources For The Ming Dynasty

    • Recent Biographic Indexes
    • Translations of government offices and titles
    • Bibliographies
    • Other Sources


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    12. Sources For The Qing Dynasty

    • Part One: Qing History
      • Qing Founding
      • Biographic Information
      • Administration
        • Central Government Institutions
        • Local Government
      • The Elites and Literati 年 譜 (Chronological Biographies)
      • The Traditional Economy
      • Peasant Life
      • High Qing
      • Intellectual Trends To 1826
    • Part Two: Biographic Information
      • Indexes To Biographical Collections
      • Biographic Collections
      • Nian pu 家 譜
      • Commemorative Writings, Epitaphs, Etc.
      • Name Lists
      • Genealogies
      會 典 , including:
      • Provincial Regulations
      • Board Regulations
      • Salt Monopoly
      • Administrative and Punishment Statutes
    • Part Three: Government Administration
      • Administrative Law
      • Annotated Bibliography Of Books On Qing Government
      • Useful Reference Books
      • Hui dian
      • Penal Law
      • Administrative Manuals, Magistrates' Manuals
      • Merchants' Manuals
      • Encyclopedias
      • Collections Of Essays On Government
      • Agricultural Technology And Water Control
      • Land Deeds, Contracts, etc.
      • Manchu Sources and Ethnic Issues
      • Qing Histories Of Earlier Periods
      • Local and Foreign Archives and Gazetteers
    • Part Four: Gazetteers
    • Part Five: Memorials, Edicts, & Archives
      • Useful works on Qing central government communications system
      • On the archives
      • Collections of edicts
      • Memorials
      • Edicts and Memorials Together


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    明 代 登 科 錄 彙 編 (Ming Examinations)

    13. Civil and Military Examination Bibliographies

    • 1. Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279) Civil Examinations
    • II. Yuan Dynasty (1280-1367) Civil Examinations
    • III. UCLA East Asian Library
      • Ming-Qing Archives of Civil Service Examinations
      • Ming dai deng ke lu hui bian 清 代 硃 卷 集 成 (Qing Examination Essays)
      • Qing dai zhu juan ji cheng 文 會 試 & Deng ke lu 登 科 錄 金 榜 武 會 試 & Deng ke lu 登 科 錄 文 鄉 試 武 鄉 試 翻 譯 http://www.princeton.edu/~classbib/13exams.htm#13-4-6
      • Microfilm & Microfiche
    • IV. Mormon Genealogical Library
      • Civil metro & palace: Wen hui shi
      • Examination Rolls: Jin bang
      • Military metropolitan & palace: Wu hui shi
      • Civil Provincial Examination: Wen xiang shi
      • Military Provincial Examination: Wu xiang shi
      • Translation Examinations: Fan yi
      • Imperial Clans & Genealogy: Shi xi
      叢 書 ), etc.
    • V. Others (Palace Museum, etc.)
      • China: Rare Books Collections
      • Paris: College de France and Bibliotheque Nationale
    • VI. Collectanea (Cong shu

    14. Epigraphy

    • Introductions


    • More Advanced


    • Other Large Epigraphical Collections


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    士 大 夫 Culture
    易 經 (The Book of Changes)
    經 部 - Classics 史 部 - Histories



  • PART 1. MATERIALS (Below in Big-5 Code).


    A. Summary Table of Contents

    • 1. Introduction to Classical Chinese Historiography
    • 2. Relevant Electronic Resources for Chinese Studies
    • 3. Dictionaries
    • 4. Selected List Of Bibliographical & Geographical Aids
    • 5. Biographical Aids
    • 6. Some Aids For Translating Chinese Official Titles & Institutions
    • 7. Reference Guide to Classical Book Titles
    • 8. The Four Parts of the Imperial Library
    • 9. Bibliography of Chinese Classics & Literature In Translation With Recent Related Histories
    • 10. Selected English Bibliography For Chinese Civilization: A Brief Topical and Historical Survey to Ming Times
    • 11. Sources For The Ming Dynasty
    • 12. Sources For The Qing Dynasty
    • 13. Civil and Military Examination Bibliographies
    • 14. Epigraphy




    B. Detailed Table of Contents

    1. Introduction to Classical Chinese Historiography

    • Bibliography
    • General Dictionaries
    • Biography
    • Chronology
    • Official Titles
    • Book Titles
    • Geography
    Sibu 四 部 叢 書 Titles
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