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《Journal of Chinese Writing Systems》创刊号2017年6月出版发行。

Contents
Editorial
Inaugural Editorial: Promote the Understanding of Ideographic Writings 3


Articles
(1)A supplement to the studies of tralatitious editions of Shangshu and the character issues (II):A version comparison of Yueming  (Kehe Zang
(2)An Introduction to Database Grammatology (Zhi-Ji Liu)
(3)An Overview of Ancient Chinese Character Inscriptions of National Minorities (Hong-Mei Zhang, Yuan-Ming Mao)
(4)Causes of variant forms as a result of structural changes to character components (Kyoo-Kap Lee)
(5)Investigation of the relationship between rare Han characters and Nom characters with identical forms (Quang-Hong Nguyen)
(6)Vietnam Tran Dynasty inscriptions at the time of the Yuan Dynasty in China (Khac-Thuan Dinh

 

A supplement to the studies of tralatitious editions of Shangshu and the character issues (II): A versioncomparison of Yueming

Kehe Zang

East ChinaNormal University, China

Abstract  Four sources of the texts of Shangshu are referred to in this article: fragmented texts foundon Chu Bamboo Slips of Warring States kept in Shanghai Museum, fragmented textsfound on Bamboo Slips of Warring States kept in Tsinghua University, thetranscript edition of Shangshu of the Tang Dynasty in ancient script kept in Japan, and the Gengwuedition of Shangshu kept in Korea. These editions represent,respectively, different tralatitious periods of Shangshu. The Tang transcript edition kept in Japan was writtenin ancient script; the Gengwu edition in Korea contains both ancient and modernscripts; the Bamboo Slips kept in Tsinghua University are regarded as atranscription of the Warring States period. Of the Yueming chapter (part one), many texts in the Bamboo Slips thatare kept in Tsinghua University are not compatible with those in thetralatitious editions, or are in contradiction with historical records. Even ona single slip, the texts are often in disorder and unreadable. However, thisdoes not mean that the readable and fl uent texts in ancient transcript andprint editions testify to the authenticity of the materials. From the level ofdocument dissemination, if the bamboo slip texts are authentic, then we canconclude that there were errors, missing characters, and transcribing errors inthe three parts of Yueming in the period as early as the later Warring States period. A comparativestudy of different editions shows the disagreement in paragraphing andcharacters in the Tang transcript edition kept in Japan and the Gengwu editionkept in Korea which refl ects the version of Shangshu after the merging of the modern and ancient script editions.

Keywords  bamboo slip, edition comparison, Shangshu,Yueming

Article Link  http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/2513850217709217

 

An introduction to database grammatology

Zhi-Ji Liu

EastChina Normal University, China

Abstract  With the development of informationtechnology, databases have taken the place of the “card box” as an indexing device for some researchers. It cannot be deniedthat the grammatological studies based on databases have not only become anobjective existence that cannot be ignored, but have also had fruitfulachievements. However, the corresponding theoretical construction remainsblank, which is unfavorable for the grammatology study based on databases todevelop scientifi cally. Therefore, this paper attempts to discuss thefollowing matters: the defi nition of “databasegrammatology”; the relationship between “database grammatology” and “corpus linguistics”; the feasibility of “database grammatology”; “database grammatology” and traditionalgrammatology; the database construction of “databasegrammatology”; and the academic quality pursuit ofdatabase grammatology study.

Keywords Corpuslinguistics, database, database grammatology, grammatology

Article Link  http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/2513850217709218

 

An overview of ancient Chinese character inscriptions of national minorities

Hong-Mei Zhang

ChengduUniversity of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China

Yuan-Ming Mao

SouthwestUniversity, China

Abstract  In the past, many national minorities onceestablished ancient characters of their own. A large amount of ancient Chinese characterinscriptions were made using stone materials, which are signifi cant for thestudy of national histories, national cultures and national languages. Thispaper summarizes the historical background of ancient Chinese characterinscriptions and the current situation regarding character interpretation; itexemplifi es 12 types of Chinese character inscriptions of national minoritiesin the hopes of providing suggestions for the collation of ancient Chinesecharacter inscription documents and providing references for study intolanguages, histories and cultures.

Keywords  Ancient Chinese character inscriptions,interpretation, minorities

Article Link  http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/2513850217709219

 

Causes of variant forms as a result of structural changes to character components

Kyoo-Kap Lee

YonseiUniversity, Korea

Abstract  A number of variant character forms arecreated via changes to the structure of the character components. Changes in theposition of character components result in new structures; furthermore, somecharacter components are replaced with others, resulting in characters that aremore complicated to read. This study briefl y introduces these variant forms andelucidates the causes of their formation, as well as discussing theircharacteristics.

Keywords  Alternate, cause, change, characters,feature, situation, structure, variant forms

Article Link   http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/2513850217709220

 

Investigation of the relationship between rare Han characters and Nomcharacters with identical forms

Quang-Hong Nguyen

VietnamAcademy of Social Sciences, Vietnam

Abstract  This paper investigates 15 Han charactersfrom ancient Chinese documents and compares them with corresponding VietnameseNom characters. It discusses the relationship between them from linguistic andtextual perspectives.

Keywords  Han characters, identical forms, Nomcharacters

Article Link   http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/2513850217709222

 

Vietnam Tran Dynasty inscriptions at the time of the Yuan Dynasty in China

Khac-Thuan Dinh

TheInstitute of Han-Nom Studies, Vietnam

Abstract  The Tran (Chen) reign in Vietnam lasted for12 emperorships and 176 years, from 1255 to 1400. The Yuan Dynasty in Chinaencompassed the reign of 11 kings and lasted for 98 years, from 1271 to 1368.While the Yuan Dynasty in China and the Tran Dynasty in Vietnam did notcoincide, Tran Dynasty inscriptions in Vietnam mainly appeared during the timeof the Yuan Dynasty in China – from the 1st Dynastic year of Hung Long (1239), the King of TranAnh Tong, to the 12th Dynastic year of Dai Tri (1368), the King of Tran Phe De.In this period, the Tran Dynasty in Vietnam was in direct contact with the YuanDynasty in China. There were consequently exchanges between the two and theircultural

historywas infl uenced by the contact. This article will introduce stelae andinscriptions from the time of the Tran Dynasty in Vietnam, which appeared atthe time of the Yuan Dynasty in China. Textual characteristics and documentary valuesrefl ected in the stelae and inscriptions show, to some degree, similaritiesand differences between the stelae and inscriptions in Tran Dynasty Vietnam andYuan Dynasty China.

Keywords  Buddhism, inscription, stelae, Tran Dynasty,Vietnam, Yuan Dynasty

Article Link   http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/2513850217709223

 

 

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