Stephen R. Bokenkamp in front of an architectural structure

Stephen R. Bokenkamp

Visiting Scholar (Mai 2019-Jun 2019)

PhD, Regents' Professor, School of International Letters & Cultures, Arizona State University

Stephen R. Bokenkamp (Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley, 1986) specializes in the study of medieval Chinese Daoism, with a special emphasis on its literatures and its relations with Buddhism. He is author of Early Daoist Scripturesand Ancestors and Anxietyas well as over thirty-five articles and book chapters on Daoism and literature.  Among his awards are the Guggenheim Award for the Translation of a medieval Daoist text and a National Endowment for the Humanities Translation grants.  In addition to his position at Arizona State, he has taught at Indiana University, Stanford University, and short courses for graduate students at Princeton, Fudan, and Beijing Universities. He was also part of the National 985 project at the Institute of Religious Studies, Sichuan University from 2006–2013. 


No current projects were found for this scholar.

Wu Yun's 吳筠 "Rhapsody on the Darkling Gibbon" and its Daoist Contexts