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Ken-ichi Takashima
Ken-ichi Takashima
Born(1939-01-01)January 1, 1939
Other names
Occupationviolinist, composer

Ken-ichi Takashima (? Takashima Ken'ichi; born 1939) is, according to the editors of the Thesaurus Linguae Sinicae, "the world's leading authority on Shang dynasty oracle bone inscriptions".[1]

Biography

Takashima was born in Tokyo, he studied under Fr. Paul L-M. Serruys, C.I.C.M. at University of Washington, graduating in 1973. After a short stint at the University of Arizona, he spent his whole career as a professor at University of British Columbia, where he remains an emeritus professor.[2] He has also held visiting posts at Tokyo University, Anhui University, and Erlangen.[3]

Bibliography

Books

  • Takashima, Ken-ichi ?. 1985. Yinxu wenzi bingbian tongjian (A Concordance to Fascicle Three of Inscriptions from the Yin Ruins). Taipei: Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, 1985.
  • 1994. K?kotsumoji jishaku s?ran (A Comprehensive Guide to Interpretations of Oracle-Bone Graphs). (Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press ?, December, 1994). Co-author: Michio Matsumaru ?. 723 pp. + xi. Folio size.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi ? and It? Michiharu ?. 1996. Studies in Early Chinese Civilization: Religion, Society, Language and Palaeography. 2 vols. Hirakata: Kansai Gaidai University Press. Part I: Religion and Society (pp. 1-178, Vol 1) is by It?, and Part II: Language and Palaeography (pp. 179-505, Vol. 1) is by Takashima.
  • 2004. Meaning and Form: Essays in Pre-Modern Chinese Grammar. (362 + 5pp.). Co-editor: Jiang Shaoyu (responsible for papers written in Chinese, 125pp.) München: Lincom Europa, 2004.
  • 2005. Zhong Ying duizhao Jiaguwen jinyi leijian ? ?. (700 + 15pp.) Co-translator: Zhang Deshao . Ed. by Liu Zhiji , Zhang Deshao , Takashima Ken-ichi ?, Zang Kehe . Other contributors: Liu Xueshun , Chen Tingzhu , Zhang Zaixing . Nanning: Guangxi jiaoyu chubanshe ?.
  • 2009. Takashima, Ken-ichi ? with Jing Zhichun and Tang Jigen . 2009d. Ed. Duowei shiyu -- Shang wangchao yu Zhongguo zaoqi wenming yanjiu ? -- . Beijing: Kexue chubanshe .
  • 2010. Studies of Fascicle Three of Inscriptions from the Yin Ruins, Volume I: General Notes, Text and Translations. (817 + 26pp.) With translations up to plastron #259 by Paul L-M. Serruys. Taipei: Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica. Special Publications No. 107A.
  • 2010. Studies of Fascicle Three of Inscriptions from the Yin Ruins, Volume II: New Palaeographical and Philological Commentaries. (734 + 4pp.) Taipei: Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica. Special Publications No. 107B.
  • 2011. Selected Writings of Ken-ichi Takashima (in Chinese). 323 + 6pp. Collection of the Studies on Chinese Language and Writing at Anhui University, Series 2: Volume of Ken-ichi Takashima. ?()----. Hefei: Anhui University Press.
  • 2013. Selected Writings of Ken-ichi Takashima (in Chinese). 323 + 6pp. Collection of the Studies on Chinese Language and Writing, Anhui University, Series 2: Volume of Ken-ichi Takashima. ?()—— . Hefei: Anhui University Press.

Articles

  • Takashima Ken-Ichi. 1970-71. "Prolegomena to the study of the earliest Chinese transcriptions of Japanese." Monumenta Serica Vol. 29, (1970-1971), pp. 228-263
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 1973. Negatives in the King Wu Ting Bone Inscriptions. Ph.D. dissertation. Seattle: University of Washington.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 1977. "Subordinate Structure in Oracle-Bone Inscriptions: With Particular Reference to the Particle Ch'i," Monumenta Serica, XXXIII, pp. 36-61.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 1978. "Decipherment of the Word Yu ?/?/? in the Shang Oracle-Bone Inscriptions and in Pre-Classical Chinese," Early China, 4, pp. 19-29.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 1979. "Some Philological Notes to Sources of Shang History," Early China, 5, pp. 48-55.
  • Takashima Ken-ichi ?. 1980. "Fu K? no shippei ni kansuru ichi bokuji no shishaku" , K?kotsugaku , No. 12, pp. 55-65.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 1980a. "The Early Archaic Chinese Word Yu in the Shang Oracle-Bone Inscriptions: Word Family, Etymology, Grammar, Semantics and Sacrifice," Cahiers de Linguistique, Asie Orientale, No. 8, pp. 81-112.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 1984-85. "Noun Phrases in the Oracle-Bone Inscriptions," Monumenta Serica, Vol. XXXVI, pp. 229-302.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi ?. 1984a. "Wen ding" , Guwenzi yanjiu , 9, pp. 75-95.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi ?. 1984b. "Nominalization and Nominal Derivation with Particular Reference to the Language of Oracle-Bone Inscriptions," Papers in East Asian Languages (Honolulu: Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures, University of Hawaii), Vol. 2, pp. 25-74.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 1985. "On the Quantitative Complement in Oracle-Bone Inscriptions," Journal of Chinese Linguistics, Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 44-68.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi ?. 1987. "Settling the Cauldron in the Right Place," Papers Presented to Wang Li on His Eightieth Birthday (Hong Kong: Joint Publishing Co.), pp. 405-421.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi ?. 1988a. "An Emphatic Verb Phrase in the Oracle-Bone Inscriptions," Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology, Vol. 59, Pt. 3 (In Memory of Dr. Fang Kuei Li), pp. 653-694.
  • Takashima Ken-ichi ?. 1988b. "Morphology of the Negatives in Oracle-Bone Inscriptions," Computational Analysis of Asian and African Languages (Tokyo: National Inter-University Research Institute of Asian and African Languages and Cultures), No. 30, pp. 113-133.
  • Takashima Ken-ichi ?. 1988c. "K?kotsubun no jidai kubun to sono shoseki ni tsuite" , Shod? kenky? ?, 12, pp. 58-80.
  • Takashima Ken-ichi ?. 1989. "Indai teiboku gengo no honshitsu" , Tokyo daigaku t?y? bunka kenky?sho kiy? ?, No. 110, pp. 1-110.
  • Takashima Ken-ichi ?. 1989a. "Jiaguwen zhong de binglian mingci leyu" , Guwenzi yanjiu , 17, pp. 338-356.
  • Takashima Ken-ichi ?. 1989b. "Jiaguwen zhong foudingci de gouci xingtai" , Yinxu bowuyuan yuankan (chuangkan) ?() (Beijing: Zhongguo shehui kexue chubanshe), pp. 209-16.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi ?. 1990. "A Study of the Copulas in Shang Chinese," The Memoirs of the Institute of Oriental Culture (University of Tokyo), No. 112, pp. 1-92.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 1994. "The Modal and Aspectual Particle Qi in Shang Chinese," Papers of the First International Congress on Pre-Qin Chinese Grammar, pp. 479-565. Ed. by Robert H. Gassmann and He Leshi . Changsha: Yuelu shushe ?.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 1996. "Toward a New Pronominal Hypothesis of Qi in Shang Chinese," Chinese Language, Thought, and Culture: Nivison and His Critics, pp. 3-38. Ed. by Philip J. Ivanhoe. Chicago and La Salle: Open Court.
  • Takashima Ken-ichi ?. 1996a. "Some Problematic Aspects of the Li KUEI Inscription," Ancient Chinese and Southeast Asian Bronze Age Cultures (Proceedings of a Conference held at the Edith and Joy London Foundation property, Kioloa, NSW. 8-12 February 1988), pp. 345-390. Ed. by F. David Bulbeck with several edited and translated by Noel Barnard. Taipei: SMC Publishing Inc.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 1997a. "Focus and Explanation in Copulative-type Sentences in a Genuine Classical Chinese Text," Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale, Vol. 26, No. 2, pp. 177-199.
  • Takashima Ken-ichi ?. 1998. "Youguan jiaguwen de shidai qufen he biji" ?, Hu Houxuan xiansheng jinian wenji (Beijing: Kexue chubanshe ), pp. 64-86.
  • Takashima Ken-ichi ?. 1999. "Jiaguwen kaoshi de jige jiben buzhou" , Hanyu xianzhuang yu lishi de yanjiu ?, pp. 446-469. Ed. by Jiang Lansheng o Hou Jingyi . Beijing: Zhongguo shehui kexue chubanshe.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 1999a. "The So-Called 'Third Person' Possessive Pronoun jue ? (= ?) in Classical Chinese," Journal of the American Oriental Society, Vol. 119, No. 3, pp. 404-431.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 2000. "Towards a More Rigorous Methodology of Deciphering Oracle-Bone Inscriptions," T'oung Pao : Revue Internationale de Sinologie (Collège de France). Vol. 86, No. 4/5 (Dec 2000), pp. 363-399.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 2000. "Evidence of Possible Dialect Mixture in Oracle-Bone Inscriptions." Co-author: Anne O. Yue. In Memory of Professor Li Fang-kuei: Essays of Linguistic Change and the Chinese Dialects, pp. 1-52. Ed. by Ting Pang-hsin and Anne O. Yue. Taibei and Seattle: Institute of Linguistics (Preparatory Office), Academia Sinica and University of Washington, 2000.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 2001. "A Cosmography of Shang Oracle-Bone Graphs." Actes du Colloque International Commémorant le Centenaire de la Découverte des Inscriptions sur os et carapaces, pp. 37-62. Paris: Centre Recherche Linguistiques sur l'Asie Orientale, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, September, 2001.
  • Takashima, Ken-ich. 2001. "A Study of the Deictic Word jue (? = ?) in the Bronze Inscriptions and Book of Documents," Collection des Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale 6: Collected Essays in Ancient Chinese Grammar (Centre de Recherches Linguistiques sur l'Asie Orientale, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales. August, 2001), pp. 129-160. 2000
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 2002. "Some Ritual Verbs in Shang Texts." Journal of Chinese Linguistics , Vol. 30, No. 1, pp. 97-141.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 2002. "?" (An Examination of the Passive Use of the Word Bin ? 'to entertain')." Journal of Chinese Palaeography (Guwenzi yanjiu ), No. 24, pp. 76-86.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 2003. "Hanyu beidongshi zhi qiyuan ," Shang Chengzuo jiaoshou bainian danchen jinian wenji ? (Beijing: Wenwu chubanshe), pp. 363-386.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 2004. "How to Read Shang Oracle-Bone Inscriptions: A Critique of the Current Method," Bulletin of the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities, 76, pp. 5-26.
  • Takashima Ken-ichi ?. 2004. "Shi bin " (Palaeographical Interpretation of Bin) (in Chinese), Wenzixue luncong (Essays in the Study of Writing), Vol. 2 (Wuhan: Chongwen shuju), 2004, pp. 259-283.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 2005. "[retro.seals.ch/cntmng?pid=ast-002:2005:59::1425 Placement of Inscriptions on Oracle-Bone Plastrons as a Guide to Decipherment," Asiatic Studien, LIX, 1, pp. 1-19.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 2006. "Some Linguistic Aspects of the Shang and Early Western Zhou Bronze Inscriptions." In Studies in Chinese Language and Culture: Festschrift in Honour of the 60th Birthday Christoph Harbsmeier (Oslo: Hermes Academic Publishing and Bookshop), 13-30.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 2006. "The Graph [?] for the Word ?Time? in the Zhou Bronze Inscriptions." Linguistic Studies in Chinese Language and Neighboring Languages: Festschrift in Honor or Professor Pang-hsin Ting on His 70th Birthday (Taipei: Institute of Linguistics, Academia Sinica), pp. 305-317.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 2007. "Shi (On the Interpretation of )," Bulletin of Chinese Linguistics (?), 2.2, pp. 35-41.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 2007. "The Graph ? for the Word 'Time' in Shang Oracle-Bone Inscriptions." Bulletin of Chinese Linguistics (Seattle: Li Fang-kuei Society for Chinese Linguistics and Hong Kong: Center for Chinese Linguistics, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology), 1.1, pp. 61-78.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 2009. "Jisi : A Reconstruction of the Ji Sacrifice and the Si Ritual in Ancient China." Time and Ritual in Early China, pp. 33-68. Ed. by Xiaobing Wang-Riese and Thomas O. Höllmann. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 2010. "Gudai Hanyu zhong de ?ri zhong? he ?zhong ri?" ""?""("ri zhong" and "zhong ri" in Classical Chinese), Lü Shuxiang xiansheng bainian danchen jinian wenji ? (A Collection of Essays in Honor of the Centennial Anniversary of Professor Lü Shuxiang), pp. 259-266. Beijing: Shangwu yinshuguan .
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 2010. "A Reconstruction of Shang Joint Rituals," Festschrift Dedicated to the 73rd Birthday of Professor Jerry Norman, pp. 453-472. Ed. by Anne O. Yue and Samuel H-N. Cheung. Hong Kong: Institute of Chinese Civilization, Chinese University of Hong Kong.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 2009. "Shangdai yuyanzhong dai 'zuo'zi de shiyi jiegou" "?" (?) , He Leshi jinian wenji ? (Beijing: Yuyan chubanshe), pp. 67-90.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 2011. "Shangdai Hanyu houzhui *-s zhi sanzhong gongneng" *-s , Yuyan wenzi yu wenxue quanshi duoyuan duihua ?, pp. 3-21. Ed. by Zhu Qixiang and Zhou Shizhen . Tai-chung: Department of Chinese, Tung-hai University.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 2011. "?Ka? no gogen to Ch?goku komonjigaku" , Kaipian , Vol. 30, pp. 1-28.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 2011. "Zhengzhou, Daxinzhuang bugu: Yin-Shang shiqi Anyang nanbu, dongbu de wenzi" :, Yinxu yu Shang wenhua: Yinxu kexue fajue 80 zhounian jinian wenji --80, pp. 337-362. Beijing: Kexue chubanshe .
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 2012. "Etymology and Palaeography of the Yellow River Hé," Journal of Chinese Linguistics, Vol. 40, No. 2 (2012), pp. 269-306.
  • Takashima, Ken-ichi. 2012. "Literacy to the South and East of Anyang in Shang China: Zhengzhou and Daxinzhuang," Writing and Literacy in Early China, pp. 138-172. Ed. by David Branner and Li Feng. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2012.

References

  1. ^ Harbsmeier, Christoph. "Ken-ichi Takashima". Thesaurus Linguae Sericae. Archived from the original on 2014-07-14.
  2. ^ "Ken-ichi Takashima". The University of British Columbia: Department of Asian Studies.
  3. ^ "Ken-ichi Takashima: Curriculum Vitae". International Consortium for Research in the Humanities.

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