Director

Prof. Chen Zhi-Director
Ph.D. Chinese Studies, University of Wisconsin at Madison

Brief Profile:

Prof. Chen holds a Bachelor's degree in History from Peking University and an MPhil in Chinese Literature from Nanjing University. He also has a PhD degree in Chinese Studies from the University of Wisconsin at Madison, U.S.A. Upon graduation, he started his teaching life at the National University of Singapore and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He joined the Hong Kong Baptist University in 2000, and currently serves as Chair Professor of the Department of Chinese Language and Literature, Director of the Jao Tsung - I Academy of Sinology, and Vice President (Academic) of Beijing Normal University-Hong Kong Baptist University United International College.

 

His research interests lie in the areas of Shijing studies, bronze inscriptions, ancient history, and intellectual history. His publications include The Legacy of the Odes, Documents, Ritual Music, Interviews with Yu Ying - shih, Papers on Interdisciplinary Study of the Book of Odes, The Shaping of the Book of Songs : From Ritualization to Secularization, etc. He also has had dozens of papers in Chinese and English published in renowned academic journals in mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and overseas. Prof. Chen is the Editor of the Early China Book Series, Chief Editor of the Bulletin of the Jao Tsung - I Academy of Sinology, and Associate Editor of Journal of Early Chinese Philosophers.


Details:

I. Academic and Professional Qualifications: 

 Academic Qualifications: 

1. Ph.D. in Chinese Studies, University of Wisconsin at Madison, Aug. 22, 99. Dissertation: “The Shaping of the Book of Songs: From Ritualization to Secularization.”

2. M.Phil. in Chinese Literature, Nanjing University, June 1988. Dissertation: “The School of Xikun and the Flowery Trend of Poetry Writing in Early Song.”  

3. B.A. in History, Peking University, June 1985. Dissertation: “On Ouyang Xiu’s Theories of ‘Wen’ and ‘Dao’.”

 

Professional Qualifications/membership: 

1. Local Convener of Chinese Language and Literature. Panel of Humanities, Hong Kong RAE 2014. 2013-present.

2. Fellow. Hong Kong Academy of Humanities. 2014-present.

3. Member. Selection Panel of Humanities. Hong Kong Ph.D. Fellowship Award, 2010-2012.

4. Member. The Tang Prize Selection Committee. 2013-present. Academia Sinica, Taiwan.

5. Member. The Grand Prize for Chinese Studies Selection Committee. 2013-2014. Yuelu Academy of Chinese Classics. Hunan University 2013-2016.

6. Consultant. Yuelu Academy of Chinese Classics. Hunan University. 2012-present.

7. Adjunct Professor. School of Arts. Nanjing University. 2014-present.

8. Adjunct Professor. School of Philosphy. Fudan University. 2015-present.

9. Member, Selection Board. Award for Best Writings in Classical Chinese 2011. Held by Fenjiu Company of Shanxi Province, China. I was one of the five Board members in the world, and the only member from Hong Kong. April-September, 2011.

10. Member. Editorial Committee. Bulletin of Hong Kong Buddhist College. 2011-present.

11. Member, Editorial Board. Sino-Humanitas. HKBU. 2012-present.

12. Member. Editorial Committee. Journal of Chinese Literary Studies. Chinese University of Hong Kong. 2007-present.

13. Member, Early China Association. 2003-present.

 

II. Academic and Professional Experience:

1. Vice President, Beijing Normal University-Hong Kong Baptist University United International College, 2018-present. 北師大-浸大聯合國際學院副校長(學術)

2. Chair Professor, Department of Chinese Language and Literature, University of Macau, 2017-2018. 澳門大學中文系講座教授 

3. Director, Jao Tsung-I Academy of Sinology, HKBU, 2014-present. 饒宗頤國學院院長

4. Acting Director, Jao Tsung-I Academy of Sinology, HKBU, 2013-2014.

饒宗頤國學院署理院長

5. Head, Department of Chinese Language and Literature, HKBU, 2010-2013. 中文系主任

6. Director, Mr. Simon Suen and Mrs. Mary Suen Sino-Humanitas Institute, HKBU, 2011-2014. 孫少文伉儷人文中國研究所所長

7. Chair Professor, Department of Chinese Language and Literature, HKBU, 2013-present. 中文系講座教授 

8. Professor, Department of Chinese Language and Literature, HKBU, 2010-2013.

9. Associate Director, Institute of Creativity, HKBU, 2010-present. 創意研究院副院長

10. Associate Professor, Department of Chinese Language and Literature, HKBU, 2005-2010.

11. Assistant Professor, Department of Chinese Language and Literature, HKBU, 2000-2005.

12. Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of East Asian Languages and Literature, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1999-2000.      

13. Lecturer, National University of Singapore, 1996-1999.

14. Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of East Asian Languages and Literature, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1995-1996.       

 

III. Teaching Experience

Supervision of Ph.D. and M.Phil. students at HKBU

1. Dr. Wong Tsz Yung, Ph.D. thesis on late Qing (1644-1911) classical learning and intellectual history, 2008-2011. Dr. Wong is currently Lecturer at CHI, HKBU.

2. Dr. Hui King Chiu, Ph.D. thesis on intellectual history from Warring States to Han dynasties (475 BC-AD 221), 2007-2010. Dr. Hui is currently Associate Professor, Chuhai Academy of High Education.

3. Dr. Chen Hao-che, Ph.D. Thesis on the classical learning and intellectual history of the Ming dynasty (1368-1644), 2011-2015. Dr. Chen is currently a Postdoctorate Research Fellow at Academia Sinica, Taiwan.

4. Dr. Ng Wun Kam, Ph.D. thesis on bronze inscriptions and ritual institutions of the Zhou dynasty (1045-222 B.C), 2013-2018. Dr. Ng is now an Assistant Professor at Huashang College, Canton.

5. Dr. Jin Fangting, Ph.D. thesis on bronze inscriptions and ritual institutions of the Zhou dynasty (1045-222 B.C), 2013-2017. Dr. Jin is now a Lecture at Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen).

6. Dr. Huang Jiaofeng, Ph.D. thesis on Moist philosophy and its reception in late Qing and early Republican period of China (19th-20th century), 2014-2018. Dr. Huang is now the Assistant Director of Chinese Academy of Cultural Dissemination of United International College of Zhuhai.

7. Ms. Duan Tao, Ph.D candidate. Thesis on excavated documents in early China, 2015-present.

8. Ms. Cai Jiayin, Ph.D candidate. Thesis on classical learning and the Civil Service Examination of late Imperial and early Republican China, 2015-present.

9. Ms. Xu Fengyi, Ph.D candidate. Thesis on early Chinese institutions and historiography, 2016-present.

10. Mr. Richard Sage, Ph.D candidate. Thesis on the Taoist reception of the Liezi in Northern Song dynasty. 2016-2017. University of Macau.  

11. Ms. Wang Jue, Ph.D candidate. Thesis on excavated documents in early China, 2016-2017. University of Macau.

12. Mr. Zhou Kangqiao, Ph.D candidate. Thesis on excavated documents in early China, 2017-present.

13. Dr. Yip Chuek Wai, M.Phil. thesis on the Poetry and classical learning of the Yuan dynasty (1279-1368), 2004-2006. Dr. Yip is currently an Assistant Professor, Department of Chinese, HKIED.

14. Dr. Dung Chiu Hung, M.Phil. thesis on the Poetry of the Ming (1368-1644) loyalists in early Qing (1644-1911), 2004-2006. Lecturer, City University of Hong Kong. Dr. Dung is currently an Associate Professor, Chuhai Academy of High Education.  

15. Mr. Joseph Tingle, M.Phil. thesis on the Music Office of the Han dynasty (206 BC-AD 220). 2010-2012. Prof. Zhang Longxi, one of the external examiners, commended that this was one of the best MA theses that he had ever seen.  

16. Mr. Lam Wai Lung, M.Phil. thesis on the Cosmology and Ontology in early Chinese thought, 2009-2016.

17. Ms. Tsui Ka Yin, M.Phil. thesis on Gugu zi. 2010-2012.

18. Mr. Pang Kun, Ph.D. thesis on the intellectual history of the Warring States through the Han dynasties. 2018-present.

19. Mr. Pan Bin, Ph.D. candidate, thesis on the classical studies of late Imperial China, School of Literature, Nanjing University. 2017-present.

20. Ms. Zheng Siyu, Ph.D. candidate, thesis on early China, School of Literature, Nanjing University. 2018-present.

 

List of Subjects Taught at University of Zurich (2018)

1. The Book of Songs: An Introduction and Selected Readings (Summer Course).

 

List of Subjects Taught at Nanjing University (2019)

1. Summer Course, School of Liberal Arts, Nanjing University 2019 南京大學文學院暑期夏令營

 

List of Subjects Taught at HKBU

1. Learn to Write Poems in Classical Style 學寫古詩詞. A web-teaching course of HKBU, which attracted more than 10,000 viewers, November 2013-January 2014. http://www.ebanshu.com/course/807.html

2. CHI 2110 Shi jing 詩經 (The Classic of Poetry) elective course for CHI and none-CHI students.

3. CHI 2260 Lun yu 論語 (The Analects of Confucius) elective course for CHI and none-CHI students.

4. CHI 3920 Special Topics in Classical Chinese Fiction and Drama 古典小說戲曲專題, elective course for CHI and none-CHI students.

5. CHI 3950 Selected Readings from Traditional Chinese Thinkers 諸子選讀:老子研究, elective course for CHI and none-CHI students.

6. CHI 4070 Traditional Chinese Thought and Modern Society 中國古代思想與今日社會, elective course for CHI and none-CHI students, both postgraduate and undergraduate.

7. CMED1120 Ancient Chinese Medical Prose 醫古文, core course for CMED students.

8. CHI 4060 A Study of Poetry, Ritual, and Music in Ancient China 詩禮樂古史研究, elective course for CHI and none-CHI students, both postgraduate and undergraduate.

9. CHI 2650 Writing of Rhyming Poems in Classical Style 韻文寫作, elective course for CHI and none-CHI students.

10. CHI 1180 Classical Chinese 古代漢語, core course for CHI students and elective for none-CHI students.

 

List of Subjects Taught at University of Macau (2017-18)

1. Advanced Study of Classical Chinese Literature.

2. A Study of Literary Genres in Classical Chinese Literature.

3. Selected Readings of Early Chinese Philosophical Texts.  

 

List of Subjects Taught at Nanjing University (2007)

1. Sinology on Early China (Summer Course).

 

List of Subject Taught at the Summer School of Middlebury College 2000

1. Classical Chinese for Fifth year students.

 

List of Subjects Taught at University of Wisconsin 1993-1996; 1999-2000

1. Classical Chinese for Chinese Major and Non-Chinese Major students.

2. First and Second-year Chinese.

 

List of Subjects Taught at National University of Singapore 1996-1999

1. Practical Chinese and Business Writing.

2. Elementary Chinese

3. Advanced Chinese.

 

IV. Scholarly / Creative / Professional Work:

Books or monographs

1. Chen Zhi, comp. Chen Zhi and Lai Hon Kit, annotators. Series of Newly Annotated Classics: Book of Odes.《新視野中華經典文庫‧詩經》Hong Kong: Chung Hwa Publishing House, 2015. Pp.520.

2. 陳致著:《詩書禮樂中的傳統》,上海:上海人民出版社,2012年。共422頁。

Chen Zhi. The Legacy of Odes, Documents, Ritual Music. Shanghai: Shanghai Renmin Publishing House, 2012. Pp.422. This is an anthology of my papers including 14 articles previously published, and one article: “A study of the classical learning of the Li brothers of Jiaxing of Zhejiang,” unpublished before. Pp.422.

3. 陳致主編:《跨學科視野下的詩經研究》,上海:上海古籍出版社,2010年。

4. Chen Zhi. From Ritualization to Secularization: The Shaping of Book of Songs. Sankt Augustin, Germany: Monumenta Serica Institute, 2007. Pp.380. A Chinese version elaborated from this English one: 陳致著;吳仰湘、許景昭、黃梓勇譯,《從禮儀化到世俗化:詩經的形成》,收入朱淵青、陳致策劃《早期中國研究叢書》(英譯中),上海:上海古籍出版社,2009年。共363頁。

 

Book chapters

1. “Biographical Genres and Biography: The Case of Yan Zun”. Iwo Amelung and Joachim Gentz, eds. Tabula gratulatoria Michael Lackner.

2. 「論三壽與參壽」。收入《林慶彰教授七十華誕論文集》,2018年7月。台北:萬卷樓圖書出版有限公司。

3. Chen Zhi and Nicholas Williams. “The content and structure of the Book of Odes”. Invited by Prof. Fritz-Heiner Mutschler (University of Tubingen) Fritz-Heiner Mutschler (ed.), The Homeric Epics and the Chinese Book of Songs: Foundational Texts Compared, Newcastle upon Tyne (Cambridge Scholars Publishing), 2018. Pp. 255-282.

4. 陳致:〈《清華簡.保訓》再研讀(上)〉,《第四屆國際〈尚書〉學學術研討會論文集》(揚州:廣陵書社,2017年11月),頁307–336。

5. Chen Zhi. “A Reading of ‘Nuo’ (Mao 301) in light of bronze inscriptions: some English translations of the Book of Songs revisited.” In Lin Ching-chang and Christian Sophel, eds. Orthodox and School of Thought: The Transformation of Confucian Canons. Taipei: Wan-chuan-lou, 2013. Pp. 359-388.

6. 陳致著:〈「日居月諸」與「日就月將」:早期四言詩與祭祀禮辭釋例──詩經與金文中成語(四)〉,收入陳致主編:《中國古代詩歌傳統與文本研究》,北京:中華書局,2013年。頁148-177。轉載於復旦大學出土文獻與古文字研究中心,網址:http://www.gwz.fudan.edu.cn/SrcShow.asp?Src_ID=1410。

Chen Zhi. “‘Riju yuezhu’ and ‘rijiu yuejiang’: A study of early tetra-syllabic verse and sacrificial prayers in early China”. In Chen Zhi, ed Legacy of Poetry and Textual Studies in Ancient China. Beijing: Zhonghua Shuju, 2013. Pp.148-177.

7. 陳致著:〈詩經與金文中成語釋例(五):「不競」「不僭」與「不顯」「不時」〉,收入陳致主編:《簡帛.經典.古史》,上海古籍出版社,2013年,頁422-444。

Chen Zhi. “The idiomatic expressions in the Book of Odes and the bronze inscriptions (5)”. In Chen Zhi, ed. Bamboo Strips, Silk Writing, Classics and Early China. Shanghai: Classics Publishing House, 2013. Pp.422-444.

8. 陳致著:〈從《周頌》與金文中成語的運用來看古歌詩之用韻及四言詩體的形成〉,收入陳致主編:《跨學科視野下的詩經研究》,上海古籍出版社,2010年,頁17-59。轉載於復旦大學出土文獻與古文字研究中心:

http://www.gwz.fudan.edu.cn/SrcShow.asp?Src_ID=932。  

Chen Zhi. “The rime and meter of the ‘Odes of Zhou’ section and bronze inscriptions, and the shaping of the tetra-syllable verse in early China.” Chen Zhi, ed. Papers on Interdisciplinary Study of the Book of Odes. Shanghai: Classics Publishing House, 2010. Pp.17-59.

9. 陳致著:〈釋「紓」〉,第二十一届古文字研究國際學術研討會,台灣東吳大學中文系,古文字學會合辦,2010年4月30日。收入《第二十一届古文字研究國際學術研討會論文集》,台北:萬卷樓,2010年,頁565-586。

Chen Zhi: “On the etymology of ‘Shu’.” 21st International Conference on Paleography. Department of Chinese Literature. Soochow University. In Collection of Papers on the 21st International Conference on Paleography. Taipei: Wan-chuan-lou Publishing House, 2010. Pp.565-586.

10. 陳致:〈古金文學與詩經文本的考釋研究〉,收入勞悅强、梁秉賦編《經學的多元脈絡-文獻、動機、義理、社群》,臺北:學生書局,2008年,頁289-332。

Chen Zhi. “Traditional inter-textual scholarship on bronze inscriptions and philological study of the Book of Odes in ancient China.” In Lo Yuet Keung and Leung Ping Fok, eds. The Manifold Paths of the Classical Studies. Taipei: Hsueh-sheng Publishing House, 2008. Pp.289-332.

11. Chen Zhi and William H. Nienhauser, Jr., trans. "Hereditary Household of T'ai-po of Wu" 〈吳太伯世家〉 with comprehensive annotations. In William H. Nienhauser Jr. ed. Grand Scribe's Records Vol. 5.1: The Hereditary Houses of Pre-Han China, Part I (Chinese-English) 《史記漢以前的世家》. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2006. Pp.1-30.

12. 陳致:〈殷人鳥崇拜研究〉(尚飛譯),《旅外中國學者人文研究論叢》,上海:上海文藝出版社,2002年,214-235。

Chen Zhi. "A Study of the Bird Cult of the Shang People" (Revised Version in Chinese, Shang Fei trans.). In Renwen Zhongguo 人文中國 (A Collection of Papers in Humanities by Oversea Chinese Scholars). Shanghai: Shanghai Wenyi Publishing House, 2002, 214-235.

13. Chen Zhi. "Chang Lei"(張耒). In Indiana Companion to Traditional Chinese Literature, vol. 2. William H. Nienhauser, Jr., ed. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1998. Pp.1-3.             

14. Chen Zhi. "Nine-monk Style"(九僧體). In Indiana Companion to Traditional Chinese Literature, vol. 2. William H. Nienhauser, Jr., ed. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1998. Pp.16-18.

15. Chen Zhi. "Po Style"(白體). In Indiana Companion to Traditional Chinese Literature, vol. 2. William H. Nienhauser, Jr., ed. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1998. Pp.122-123.

16. Chen Zhi. "Sung Ch'i" (宋祁). In Indiana Companion to Traditional Chinese Literature, vol. 2. William H. Nienhauser, Jr., ed. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1998. Pp.151-154.

17. Making America: The Society and Culture of the United States (English-Chinese) 《美國特性探索: 美國社會與文化》. Co-translator "Preface," "Introduction," "From Immigration to Acculturation" 〈從移民到文化移植〉 by Arthur Mann, "Civil Disobedience in American Political Thought" 〈美國政治思想中的不服從主義〉 by John P. Diggins, "American Philosophy" 〈美國的哲學〉 by Moray Murphey. Beijing: China Social Sciences Publishing House, 1992.

18. Lectures on System Philosophy 《拉茲洛哲學演講集》 by Ervin Laszlo (English-Chinese) Co-translator "Cybernetics in an Evolving Social System toward an Evolutionary Philosophy,"   "Ψ-universe: the Farther Horizon, " "The Objective of Mankind." Beijing: China Social Sciences Publishing House, 1991.

 

Journal publications

Refereed

1. 陳致:〈海昏侯墓所見子允父乙卣試釋〉,《江西師範大學學報(哲學社會科學版)》,第49卷第5期(2016年9月)。頁7-15。 

2. 陳致:〈逍遙與舒遲:從連綿詞的幾種特殊用法看傳世與出土文獻的解讀〉,《簡帛研究》,2015年春夏季號。頁1-14。Chen Zhi. “Xiaoyao and shuchi: special uses of alliterative and rhyming binomes in the transmitted and excavated documents.” Jianbo yanjiu (Study of Bamboo and Silk) Spring and Summer, 2015. Pp. 1-14.

3. 陳致:〈詩經新視野〉,《國學新視野》,2015年秋季號。頁27-38。Chen Zhi. “New Horizons on the Study of Shijing.” Jianbo yanjiu (Study of Bamboo and Silk) Spring and Summer, 2015. Pp. 1-14.

4. 陳致:〈讀周公之琴舞札記〉,《清華簡研究》,第二輯,2015年。頁33-40。Chen Zhi. “Some notes on the ‘dance accompanied by strings of Duke of Zhou’ in Tsinghua bamboo strip writings.” Qinghuajian yanjiu (Study of the Tsinghua Bamboo Strips) Vol. 2, 2015. Pp. 33-40.

5. 陳致:〈赤紵紱與彼交匪紓〉,《古文字研究》,第三十輯,2014年。頁514-521。Chen Zhi. “On the red silk pendant and the line of ‘bijiaofeishu’ in ‘Caishu’ poem of Shijing.” Guwenzi yanjiu (Paleography) Vol. 30, 2014. Pp. 514-521. This paper is revised from en earlier version presented in the title of “On the etymology of ‘Shu’.” 21st International Conference on Paleography. Department of Chinese Literature. Soochow University. In Collection of Papers on the 21st International Conference on Paleography. Taipei: Wan-chuan-lou Publishing House, 2010. Pp.565-586.

6. 陳致:〈釋「允」與「㽙」〉,《饒宗頤國學院院刊》第一輯,香港中華書局,2014年。頁135-160。Chen Zhi. “On the decipherment of characters ‘yun’, ‘yun’ and ‘jun’ in bronze inscriptions.” Bulletin of the Jao Tsung-I Academy of Sinology vol.1. Hong Kong: Chung Hwa Publishing House, 2014. Pp. 135-160.

7. 陳致:〈清華簡《周公之琴舞》中「文文其有家」試解〉,清華大學《出土文獻》第3輯(2013),頁41-47。Chen Zhi. “An interpretation of the line of “wenwen qi youjia” in the ‘dance accompanied by strings of Duke of Zhou’ in Tsinghua bamboo strip writings.” Excavated Documents vol.3(2013). Pp.41-47.

8. 陳致:〈清華簡所見古飲至禮與古佚詩試釋〉,清華大學《出土文獻》第1輯(2010),頁1-30。Chen Zhi. “The rite of ‘Drinking Ceremony’ and an explanation of the lost poem as seen on Tsinghua Bamboo Strips.” Excavated Documents vol.1(2010). Pp.1-30.

9. 陳致:〈《大雅.文王》篇所見詩經異文與金文成語零釋〉,蔣寅、張伯偉主編,《中國詩學》,第14輯(2010),頁44-65。Chen Zhi. “Textual variants in the ‘King Wen’ poem and the contemporary bronze inscriptions.” In Chinese Poetics vol.14(2010). Pp.44-65.

10. 陳致:〈「不吳不敖」與「不侃不忒」:《詩經》與金文中成語零釋〉,刊於《古典文獻研究》第13輯,2010年,頁4-19。初稿為〈詩經與金文中成語(一)〉,始發表於2009年1月17日香港中文大學主辦之〈古道照顏色:先秦兩漢古籍研究國際學術研討會〉,刊於復旦大學出土文獻與古文字研究中心網頁http://www.guwenzi.com/SrcShow.asp?Src_ID=373。Chen Zhi. “‘buyu buao’ and ‘bukan bute’: some new interpretations of these terms in Book of Odes and bronze inscriptions.” Research Papers on Classical Documents vol. 13 (2010). Pp.4-19.

11. Chen Zhi. “A Reading of ‘Nuo’ (Mao 301): Some English Translations of the Book of Songs Revisited.” CLEAR (Chinese Literature: Essays, Articles, Reviews) 30 (2008), pp. 1-7.

12. 陳致:〈清代詩經異文考釋研究〉,香港:香港大學中文學院,《東方文化》,第41卷第2期(2008),頁1-56。Chen Zhi. “The Qing scholarship on textual variants of the Book of Odes.” Oriental Studies (University of Hong Kong) 41.2 (2008). Pp.1-56.

13. 陳致:〈萬舞與庸奏:商代祭祀樂舞與詩經中的頌〉,《中華文史論叢》2008年第4期,上海古籍出版社,頁23-47。Chen Zhi. “The dance of Wan and the Yong performance: Ritual music of the Shang dynasty and the three sections of ‘Hymns’ in the Book of Odes.” Research Papers on Chinese Literature and History 2008.4. Pp.23-47.

14. 陳致:〈晚明子學與制義考〉,《諸子學刊》第1期(2007年),上海:上海古籍出版社,頁383-420。Chen Zhi. “The study of early Chinese philosophers and civil service examination in late Ming.” Journal of Early Chinese Philosophers vol.1 (2007). Pp.383-420.

15. 陳致:〈清代中晚期制義中的漢宋之别:以劉顯曾硃卷為例〉,《傳統中國研究集刊》第2期(2006年12月),405-426。Chen Zhi. “The examination paper of Liu Xianzeng: a study of the schools of Han and Song in Mid- and Late Qing.” Journal of Studies of Traditional China vol. 2 (2006). Pp.405-426.

16. 陳致:〈從劉顯曾、劉師蒼硃卷看儀徵劉氏的先世、科舉與學術〉,《南京曉莊學院學報》第3期(2006年5月),68-81。收入《中國人民大學報刊複印資料》《明清史》2006年第3期。Chen Zhi. “From the examination papers of Liu Xianzeng and Liu Shicang to view the kinship, examination and scholarship of the family of Liu from Yizheng of Jiangsu Province.” Journal of Academy of Xiaozhuang vol.3 (2006). Pp.68-81. Reprinted by Renmin University of China “important papers on Ming and Qing History.”

17. 陳致:〈商略古今,折衷漢宋:王先謙的今文詩學〉,《湖南大學學報》第20卷第70期(2006年1月),31-43。收入朱漢民主編《清代湘學研究》(長沙:湖南大學出版社,2006),219-250。Chen Zhi. “Negotiating between the Ancient and Modern, the Han School and the Song School: Wang Xianqian’s Study of the ‘Modern Text’ of the Shi Jing”. Journal of Hunan University. 20.70 (2006). Pp. 219-250. Also In Collected Papers on Classical Studies during the Qing Dynasty in Hunan Province. Changsha: Hunan University Press, 2007.

18. "From Exclusive Xia to Inclusive Zhu-Xia: The Conceptualization of Chinese Identity in Early China." Journal of The Royal Asiatic Society (Cambridge University Press) 3, Vol.14, Issue 3(Nov. 2004):185-205.

19. 陳致:〈二南:南方的樂鐘與雅音〉,《國學研究》第13卷(2004),北京大學國學研究院中國傳統文化研究中心,1-39。Chen Zhi. "Nan: The Southern Bells and Elegant Music" (Chinese). Guoxue yanjiu 國學研究(Peking University) 13: 1-39.    20. 陳致:〈夷夏新辨〉,《中國史研究》,中國社會科學院歷史學研究所,2004年第1期,3-22。"On Early Concepts of Yi (Barbarism) and Xia (Chineseness)" (Chinese). Zhuoguoshi yanjiu 中國史研究 (Institute of History, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences) 101(January 2004): Pp. 3-22. 

21. 陳致:〈從王國維《北伯鼎跋》來看商周之際的一些史事〉,《臺大歷史學報》31期(2003年6月),1-43。增訂版刊於《周勳初先生八十壽辰紀念文集》,北京:中華書局,2008年。Chen Zhi. "An Investigation of Some Historical Facts during the Shang and Zhou Transition from Wang Guowei's 'Beibo Ding Ba' (Postscript to the Vessel of the Earl of North)." Taida lishi xuebao 臺大歷史學報 (Historical Inquiry of the National Taiwan University) 31 (June 2003): Pp.1-43.

22. 陳致:〈說夏與雅:宗周禮樂形成與變遷的民族音樂學考察〉,《中央研究院中國文哲研究集刊》(台灣),第19卷(2001年3月),1-53。Chen Zhi. "Magnificence and Elegantiae: An Ethno-musicological Study of the Formation and Transformation of the Ritual Music of the Zhou Dynasty". Bulletin of Institute of Chinese Literature and Philosophy, Academia Sinica 中央研究院中國文哲研究集刊 19 (September 2001): Pp. 1-53. Taiwan.                         

23. 陳致:〈原孝〉,《人文中國》,第9期,香港:浸會大學,2002年,229-252。Chen Zhi. "An Etymological Inquiry into the Early Concept of the Filial Piety." Sino-Humanitas 人文中國 9 (2002): Pp. 229-252. Hong Kong.    

24. "A New Reading of Yen-yen, Mao 28 of the Book of Songs." T'oung Pao 85.1 (1999): 1-22. Leiden, Netherlands.

25. "A Study of the Bird Cult of the Shang People." Monumenta Serica 47 (1999): 127-147. Germany.

26. 陳致:〈說南:再論詩經的分類〉,《中央研究院中國文哲研究集刊》(台灣),第12卷(1998年3月),頁365-403。Chen Zhi. "A Paleographic Analysis of Nan and Its Significance in Interpreting the Rationale for the Divisions of the Sections of the Shi Jing." Bulletin of Institute of Chinese Literature and Philosophy, Academia Sinica 中央研究院中國文哲研究集刊 12 (March 1998):&nbsp