Thomas Radice

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF HISTORY

Analects of Confucius

Office:  EN C215B
Phone: 203-392-8914
Email: radicet1@southernct.edu

EDUCATION

PhD, East Asian Languages and Civilization, University of Pennsylvania (2006)
MA, Asian Studies, Seton Hall University (2001)
MA, Philosophy, West Chester University (1997)
BA, Philosophy-Religious Studies, West Chester University (1995)

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS 

Book, Family Drama: Ritual Performance in Early Chinese Thought [work in-progress]

Article, "Method Mourning: Xunzi on Ritual Performance" [work in-progress]

Article, "Painting on a White Foundation: Color, Countenance, and Performance in the Analects and Han Feizi" in Sungshin Kim, ed., From Surface to Meaning: Analyzing via Color (North Georgia Press, forthcoming).

Article, "Filial Piety in the Analects" in Paul R. Goldin, ed., Companion to Confucius (Wiley-Blackwell, forthcoming)

Article, "Mencius" www.oxfordbibliographies.com (forthcoming)

Article, "Manufacturing Mohism in the Mencius" Asian Philosophy 21.2 (2011)

Article, "Clarity and Survival in the Zhuangzi," Asian Philosophy 11.1 (2001)  

Book Review, Henry Rosemont, Jr. and Roger T. Ames, The Classic of Family Reverence: A Philosophical Translation of the Xiaojing in Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy 10.2 (2011)

Book Review, Kuan-hsing Chen, Asia as Method: Toward Deimperialization in Journal of Intercultural Studies 32.4 (2011)

Book Review, Miranda Brown, The Politics of Mourning in Early China (Forthcoming in Sino-Platonic Papers 208 (2011)

TEACHING AND RESEARCH INTERESTS

Early China (primarily the Warring States period), Chinese Intellectual and Religious history

COURSES

HIS 106: East Asia to 1850
HIS 342: Twentieth Century China
HIS 378: Early China
HIS 548: China Since Western Impact
HIS 578:Early Chinese Texts