John Timothy Wixted

Chinese and Japanese Languages and Literatures

John Timothy Wixted



Article:
“One Westerner’s Research on Chinese and Japanese Languages and Literatures,” Asian Research Trends (The Toyo Bunko), New Series 4 (2009), pp. 77-113. An abridged and slightly updated version of two talks in Japanese found on the Talks in Japanese webpage.
One Westerner’s Research on Chinese and Japanese Languages and Literatures

Article:
“Reverse Orientalism,” Sino-Japanese Studies 2.1 (Dec. 1989), pp. 17-27. The Presidential Address, delivered to the American Oriental Society, Western Branch, in Boulder, Colorado, November 1, 1985.
Reverse Orientalism
Spanish-language version of the same: “Orientalismo a la inversa,” Mónica Beatriz Hernández, tr., Te­mas de Africa y Asia (Universidad de Buenos Aires) 4 (1995), pp. 123-135; translation revised by Ana Clelia Vincenti and John Timothy Wixted (2011), 10 pp.
Orientalismo a la inversa

Article:
“‘Literary Sinitic’ and ‘Latin’ as Transregional Languages: With Implications for Terminology Regarding ‘Kanbun,’ Sino-Platonic Papers,” No. 276 (March, 2018). 14 pp.
http://sino-platonic.org/complete/spp276_literary_sinitic_latin.pdf

Article:
“Perceived Patterns in Premodern China,” in Life Configurations, Gert Melville and Carlos Ruta, ed. (Berlin: De Gruyter 2014), pp. 107-119.
Publisher's website: https://www.degruyter.com/document/doi/10.1515/9783110338737.107/html
Original 2012 paper: http://coloquiosunsam.blogspot.com.ar/2012/05/john-timothy-wixted.html

Article:
“Para entender el I Ching,” Seda: Revista de Estudios Asiáticos (Buenos Aires) 12 (Octubre 2007), 4 pp. [in Spanish]. 易 經.
Para entender el I Ching

Language text:
Language/30, Japanese: Phrase Dictionary and Study Guide, edited by Kyoko Saegusa, Wendy Simmons, Martha Fisher, Tamara O’Seep and Annie Scarborough, with the assistance of John Timothy Wixted (Washington, D.C.: Educational Services Corporation, 1992). v,44 pp., plus two C-60 cassette tapes.
Front matter and two pages from Japanese Phrase Dictionary

Memorial note:
“Remembering Burton Watson (June 13, 1925—April 1, 2017),” Japonica Humboldtiana 19 (2017), pp. 229-232.
A Memoir of William Hung

Memorial note:
“A Memoir of William Hung,” Fellowship in Prayer (Prince­ton) 32.5 (Aug. 1981), pp. 10-12. Hong Ye 洪業.
A Memoir of William Hung

Foreword:
David R. Knechtges, The ‘Han shu’ Biography of Yang Xiong (53 B.C.-A.D. 18) (Tempe: Center for Asian Studies, Arizona State University, 1982), pp. iv-vii. 漢書, 楊雄.
Foreword to Knechtges volume

Book review:
Victor H. Mair, ABC Dictionary of Sino-Japanese Readings (Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 2016), Chinese Literature: Essays, Articles, Reviews 39 (2017), pp. 207-211.
Wixted on Mair, Dictionary of Sino-Japanese Readings

Book review:
David B. Lurie, Realms of Literacy: Early Japan and the History of Writing (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Asia Center, 2011), Monumenta Nipponica. 68.1 (2013), pp. 89-94.
Wixted on Lurie, Realms of Literacy

Book review:
Günther Debon, Chinesische Dichtung: Geschichte, Struktur, Theorie (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1989), in Chinese Literature: Essays, Articles, Reviews 12 (Dec. 1990), pp. 154-155.
Wixted on Debon, Chinesische Dichtung

Book review:
Yi-Fu Tuan, The Good Life (Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press, 1986), in Humanism and the Good Life: Proceedings of the Fifteenth Congress of the World Federation of Humanists, Peter Horwath, gen’l. ed. (New York: Peter Lang, 1998), pp. 47-49. Duan Yifu 段義孚.

Book notice:
David H. Bayley, Forces of Order: Police Behavior in Japan & the United States (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1976), in Asian Forum 10.2 (Win­ter/Spring 1980), pp. 119-120.

Translation:
Okamura Kichiemon, “Simplicity and Sincerity—in Folk Art,” Chanoyu Quarterly 2.1 (Spring 1971), pp. 15-17. 岡村吉右衛門.
Okamura Kichiemon, Simplicity and Sincerity in Folk Art


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