Monumenta Serica: Journal of Oriental Studies

Monumenta Serica: Journal of Oriental Studies is mainly dedicated to Chinese culture, but its Chinese title, Huayi xuezhi (Scholarly Journal on China and Neighbouring Countries), points to the fact that contributions concerning subjects such as Japanese, Mongol, Manchu, Tibetan, or Korean studies may also be published, if closely related to China.

The journal promotes intercultural communication in cooperation and dialogue with Chinese and Western scholars. The contributions published in the journal cover all relevant fields of Sinology, including: Chinese history, language, literature, philosophy, Chinese religions and their history, mission history, art, etc. They may be published either in English, German, French, and exceptionally in Chinese.

The journal is published for the Monumenta Serica Institute, an institute which testifies to the vivid interest of the Society of the Divine Word (S.V.D.) in the Chinese people, their culture, languages, and religions.

Publisher: 
Maney Publishing
ISSN (print): 
0254-9948
ISSN (online): 
2057-1690

Latest articles

Volume 63 (2)

THE FIGURE OF YAN ZHUOJU 顏涿聚 IN ANCIENT CHINESE LITERATURE
Oliver Weingarten, vol. 63 (2): 229-261
THE OVERSEEING MOTHER: REVISITING THE FRONTAL-POSE LADY IN THE WU FAMILY SHRINES IN SECOND-CENTURY CHINA
Shi Jie, vol. 63 (2): 263-293
THE REVIVAL OF ZHIGUAI 志怪 STORYWRITING IN THE QING DYNASTY: IN SEARCH FOR ITS REASONS
Sheng Yang 盛洋, vol. 63 (2): 295-326
ANGELO ZOTTOLI'S CURSUS LITTERATURÆ SINICÆ AS PROPAEDEUTIC TO CHINESE CLASSICAL TRADITION
Nicholas Morrow Williams, vol. 63 (2): 327-359
JEAN-FRANÇOIS FOUCQUET'S CONTRIBUTION TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF CHINESE BOOK COLLECTIONS IN EUROPEAN LIBRARIES
Nicolas Standaert, vol. 63 (2): 361-424
UNTERWEGS ZU EINER GELUNGENEN POPULARISIERUNG SINOLOGISCHEN WISSENS: DIE DAME MIT DER PHöNIXKRONE: TANG-ZEITLICHE GRABFUNDE DER ADELIGEN LI CHUI (711–736)
Silvia Freiin Ebner von Eschenbach, vol. 63 (2): 425-439
Ironies of Oneness and Difference: Coherence in Early Chinese Thought. Prolegomena to the Study of li 理
Hans van Ess, vol. 63 (2): 441-446
Moral Cultivation and Confucian Character: Engaging Joel J. Kupperman
Lin Hang, vol. 63 (2): 446-449
Public Memory in Early China
Hans van Ess, vol. 63 (2): 449-451
The Destruction of the Medieval Chinese Aristocracy
Linda Walton, vol. 63 (2): 451-453
Kaiserliches Theater – Theater ohne Kaiser? Die Gründung der Han-Dynastie in zaju-Stücken der Ming-Dynastie
Roland Altenburger, vol. 63 (2): 453-457
The Poet Zheng Zhen (1806–1864) and the Rise of Chinese Modernity
Goat Koei Lang-Tan, vol. 63 (2): 457-461
Science and Technology in Modern China, 1880s–1940s
Joan Judge, vol. 63 (2): 461-466
China, Christianity, and the Question of Culture
Zbigniew Wesołowski, vol. 63 (2): 466-468
PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED
vol. 63 (2): 469-471

Volume 63 (1)

Longevity Technique and Medical Theory The Legacy of the Tang Daoist Priestess-Physician Hu Yin
Jia Jinhua, vol. 63 (1): 1-31
The Mid-Tang Scholar-Monk Shenqing and His Beishan lu
Wong Kwok-yiu, vol. 63 (1): 32-78
Inborn Knowledge (Shengzhi) and Expressions of Modesty (Qianci) On Zhu Xi's Sacred Image of Confucius and His Hermeneutical Strategies
Lee Kwai Sang, vol. 63 (1): 79-108
Einige Überlegungen Zu Dem Brief Der Kaiserinwitwe Helena/Xiaozheng Der SÜdlichen Ming an Papst Innozenz X. Aus Dem Jahre 1650
Phillip Grimberg, vol. 63 (1): 109-123
Nineteenth Century Missionary-Scholars at Work A Critical Review of English Translations of the Daodejing by John Chalmers and James Legge
Wong Man Kong, vol. 63 (1): 124-149