Publications

Monographs | Edited and Co-edited Books and Journal Issues | Articles in Journals | Articles in Collected Essays | Translations | Reviews and Other Publications

Monographs

  1. The Book of Lord Shang: Apologetics of State Power in Early China. New York: Columbia University Press, 2017.
  2. The Everlasting Empire: Traditional Chinese Political Culture and Its Enduring Legacy. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2012.
  3. Envisioning Eternal Empire: Chinese Political Thought of the Warring States Era. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2009.
    • L’invention de la Chine éternelle: Comment les maîtres-penseurs des Royaumes combattants ont construit l’empire le plus long de l’histoire (Ve – IIIe siècles av. J.-C.), French translation by Damien Chaussende. Paris: Belles Lettres, 2013.
    • 展望永恒帝国:战国时代的中国政治思想, Chinese translation by Sun Yinggang 孫英剛. Shanghai: Shanghai guji chubanshe, 2013.
  4. Foundations of Confucian Thought: Intellectual Life in the Chunqiu Period, 722-453 B.C.E. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2002.
  5. Yuri Pines and Gideon Shelach, with Yitzhak Shichor, ed., מקורות הקיסרות הסינית (Origins of the Chinese Empire [in Hebrew]). Volume 1 of כל אשר מתחת לשמיים: סין הקיסרית (All under Heaven: Imperial China [in Hebrew]). Raanana: The Open University Press, 2011. Authored chapters 7-8 (History of the Springs-and-Autumns to the Warring States period), 9 (“The Hundred Schools of Thought”) and 11 (The Imperial Qin); co-authored with Gideon Shelach chapter 6 (History of the Western Zhou).
  6. Yuri Pines and Gideon Shelach, with Yitzhak Shichor, ed., סין הקיסרית המוקדמת (Early Imperial China [in Hebrew]). Volume 2 of כל אשר מתחת לשמיים: סין הקיסרית (All under Heaven: Imperial China [in Hebrew]). Raanana: The Open University Press, 2013. Authored chapters  1-3, 5, 7-8 (History from the Han to the Three Dynasties, including a chapter on intellectual history), 11-15 and 18 (History of Northern Dynasties to the end of Tang).
  7. In progress: Yuri Pines and Michal Biran, with Yitzhak Shichor, ed., סין הקיסרית המאוחרת(Late Imperial China [in Hebrew]) Volume 3 of כל אשר מתחת לשמיים: סין הקיסרית (All under Heaven: Imperial China [in Hebrew]). Authored chapters 1-5 (History of the Song dynasty, including a chapter on Neo-Confucianism); 12-15 (History of the Ming dynasty), 16-17 (Qing dynasty to1800).

Edited and Co-edited Books and Journal Issues

  1. Yuri Pines and Carine Defoort, eds., Chinese Academic Views on Shang Yang since the Open-Up-and-Reform Era, a special issue of Contemporary Chinese Thought 47.2 (2016).
  2. Yuri Pines, Paul R. Goldin, and Martin Kern, eds., Ideology of Power and Power of Ideology in Early China. Leiden: Brill, 2015.
  3. Yuri Pines, Lothar von Falkenhausen, Gideon Shelach and Robin D.S. Yates, eds., Birth of an Empire: The State of Qin revisited. (New Perspectives on Chinese Culture and Society). Berkeley: University of California Press, 2014.
  4. Yuri Pines (guest editor), a special issue of Contemporary Chinese Thought journal dedicated to Prof. Liu Zehua 劉澤華. Contemporary Chinese Thought 45.2-3 (2013-2014).
  5. Paul van Els, Romain Graziani, Yuri Pines and Elisa Sabattini, eds.,Political Rhetoric in Early China, a special issue of Extrême-Orient, Extrême-Occident: Cahiers de recherches comparatives 34 (2012).
  6. Raoul D. Findeisen (chief editor), Gad Isay, Amira Katz-Goehr, Yuri Pines and Lihi Yariv-Laor, eds., At Home in Many Worlds Reading, Writing and Translating from Chinese and Jewish Cultures Essays in Honour of Irene Eber (“Veröffentlichungen des Ostasien-Institut der Ruhr-Universität Bochum” Series). Wiesbaden: Harrassowtiz, 2009.

Articles in Journals

  1. Chen Minzhen and Yuri Pines, “Where is King Ping? History and Historiography of Zhou’s Relocation to the East,” Asia Major (Third Series) 31.1 (2018, forthcoming).
  2. “The Earliest ‘Great Wall’? Long Wall of Qi Revisited,” Journal of the American Oriental Society (forthcoming).
  3. “Social Engineering in Early China: The Book of Lord Shang’s Ideology Revisited,” Oriens Extremus 55 (2016, forthcoming).
  4. “Chu Identity as Seen from Its Manuscripts: A Reevaluation,” Journal of Chinese History 2.1 (2017): 1-26.
  5. 從“社會工程學”角度再論《商君書》的政治思想 (“Revisiting political thought of the Book of Lord Shang from the point of social engineering”). Guoxue xuekan 國學學刊 4 (2016): 34-45.
  6. “A ‘Total War’? Rethinking Military Ideology in the Book of Lord Shang,” Journal of Chinese Military History 5 (2016): 97-134.
  7. Yuri Pines and Carine Defoort, “Chinese Academic Views on Shang Yang Since the Open-up-and-Reform Era,” Contemporary Chinese Thought 47.2 (2016): 59-68.
  8. “Изменение представлений о понятии тянься в доимперском дискурсе” (“Changing views of tianxia in pre-imperial discourse”) (in Russian) Восток (Oriens) 4 (2016): 39-56.
  9. “Dating a Pre-imperial Text: A Case Study of the Book of Lord Shang,” Early China 39 (2016): 145-184.
  10. 西方的政治學與中國傳統政治思想:從忽略到認可?(Western Political Sciences and Traditional Chinese Political Thought: From Indifference toward Recognition?) Nankai xuebao (zhexue shehuikexue ban) 南開學報(哲學社會科學版)3 (2015): 6-14.
  11. “Zhou History and Historiography: Introducing the Bamboo Manuscript Xinian,” T’oung Pao4-5 (2014): 287-324.
  12. “Liu Zehua and Studies of China’s Monarchism,” in Contemporary Chinese Thought 45.2-3 (2013-2014): 3-20. Modified Chinese translation: 刘泽华先生与中国王权主义研究, translated by Li Xiantang 李宪堂, in: Fansi zhong de sixiang shijie: Liu Zehua xiansheng 80 shouchen jinian wenji 反思中的思想世界——刘泽华先生80寿辰纪念文集, ed. Ge Quan 葛荃  et al. Tianjin: Tianjin renmin chubanshe, 2014, 62-75.
  13. 萬能而無所為:荀子對於王權主義的調整 [Omnipotent and inactive: Xunzi’s solution to the problems of monarchism – in Chinese], Zhuzi xuekan 諸子學刊 6 (2012): 213-231.
  14. “Alienating rhetoric in the Book of Lord Shang and its moderation,” ExtrêmeOrient, ExtrêmeOccident 34 (2012): 79-110.
  15. “Political Mythology and Dynastic Legitimacy in the Rong Cheng shi manuscript,” Bulletin of the School of Oriental and Asian Studies, 73.3 (2010), 503-529.
  16. “Rethinking the Origins of Chinese Historiography: The Zuo Zhuan Revisited” (Review Article), Journal of Chinese Studies 49 (2009): 431-444.
  17. “A Hero Terrorist: Adoration of Jing Ke Revisited,” Asia Major (Third Series) 21.2 (2008): 1-34.
  18. “To Rebel is Justified? The Image of Zhouxin and Legitimacy of Rebellion in Chinese Political Tradition,” Oriens Extremus 47 (2008), 1-24.
  19. 歷史的进步與退步:以”大一統”觀念為例 (Historical progress and regress: analysis based on the Great Unity ideal), Shixue jikan 史學季刊 1 (2006): 6-8.
  20. “Biases and their Sources: Qin history in the Shiji,” Oriens Extremus 45 (2005-2006): 10-34.
  21. “Subversion Unearthed: Criticism of Hereditary Succession in the Newly Discovered Manuscripts,” Oriens Extremus 45 (2005-2006): 159-178.
  22.  מדינת לאום, גלובליזמיה וקיסרות מאוחדת: הניסיון הסיני (מאות חמישית-שלישית לפני הספירה  (Nation-State, Globalization and the Unified Empire: The Chinese Experience [fifth-third centuries BCE]) (in Hebrew). Historia (Jerusalem) 15 (March 2005): 17-72.
  23. “Disputers of Abdication: Zhanguo Egalitarianism and the Sovereign’s Power,” T’oung Pao4-5 (2005): 243-300.
  24. “Bodies, Lineages, Citizens, and Regions: A Review of Mark Edward Lewis’ The Construction of Space in Early China”, Early China 30 (2005): 155-188.
  25. “The Question of Interpretation: Qin History in Light of New Epigraphic Sources,” Early China 29 (2004): 1-44.
  26. “History as a Guide to the Netherworld: Rethinking the Chunqiu shiyu”, Journal of Chinese Religions 31 (2003): 101-126.
  27. 新舊的融合:荀子對春秋思想傳統的重新詮釋 (Merging Old and New: Xunzi’s Reinterpretation of Chunqiu Intellectual Tradition), Guoli zhengzhi daxue xuebao 國立政治大學哲學學報11 (2003): 137-183 (in Chinese).
  28. “Friends or Foes: Changing Concepts of Ruler-Minister Relations and the Notion of Loyalty in Pre-Imperial China,” Monumenta Serica 50 (2002): 35-74.
  29. “Lexical changes in Zhanguo texts,” Journal of the American Oriental Society 4 (2002): 691-705.
  30. “Changing Views of tianxia in Pre-imperial Discourse,” Oriens Extremus1/2 (2002): 101-16.
  31. “Name or Substance? Between zhengtong 正統 and yitong 一統,” History: Theory and Criticism 2 (2001): 105-138.
  32. “Disputers of the Li: Breakthroughs in the Concept of Ritual in Preimperial China,” Asia Major Third Series, 13.1 (2000): 1-41.
  33. “ ‘The One that pervades All’ in Ancient Chinese Political Thought: Origins of ‘The Great Unity’ Paradigm,” T’oung Pao 4-5 (2000): 280-324.
  34. מדיווחים לאלים למניפולציות אידיאולוגיות: התפתחות הכתיבה ההיסטורית בסין הטרום קיסרית (“From Reports to the Deities to Ideological Manipulations – Origins of Pre-Imperial Chinese Historiography”) (in Hebrew), Historia (Jerusalem), 4 (1999): 7-35.
  35. “The Search for Stability: Late Ch’un-ch’iu Thinkers,” Asia Major Third Series, 10 (1997): 1-47.
  36. “Intellectual Change in the Chunqiu Period – The Reliability of the Speeches in the Zuo Zhuan as Sources of Chunqiu Intellectual History,” Early China 22 (1997): 77-132.

Articles in Collected Essays

  1. “Political Thought.” In: Routledge Handbook of Early Chinese History. Ed. Paul R. Goldin. Forthcoming.
  2. “Agriculturalism and Beyond: Economic Thought of the Book of Lord Shang.” In: Between Command and Market: Economic Thought and Practice in Early China, ed. Elisa Sabattini and Christian Schwermann. Leiden: Brill (forthcoming).
  3. “Confucius’s Elitism: The Concepts of junzi and xiaoren revisited.” In: Companion to Confucius, ed. Paul R. Goldin, 164-184. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 2017.
  4. “Post-imperial Emperors? Traditional Chinese Political Culture and Its Afterlife,” in: Dynamics of Continuity, Patterns of Change: Between World History and Comparative Historical Sociology: In Memory of Shmuel Noah Eisenstadt, ed. Benjamin Z. Kedar, Adam Klin-Oron and Ilana Friedrich Silber, 94-128. Jerusalem: The Israel Academy of Science and Humanities 2017.
  5. “A Toiling Monarch? The ‘Wu yi’ 無逸 Chapter revisited.” In The Classic of Documents and the Origins of Chinese Political Philosophy, ed. Martin Kern and Dirk Meyer, 360-392. Leiden: Brill, 2017.
  6. “History without Anecdotes: Between the Zuozhuan and the Xinian Manuscript.” In: Between Philosophy and History: Rhetorical Uses of Anecdotes in Early China, ed. Paul van Els and Sarah Queen, 263-299. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2017.
  7. “Contested Sovereignty: Heaven, the Monarch, the People, and the Intellectuals in Traditional China.” In:The Scaffold of Sovereignty. Ed. Zvi Ben-Dor Benite, Stefanos Geroulanos, and Nicole Jerr, 80-101. New York: Columbia University Press, 2017.
  8. 從《繫年》虛詞的用法重審其文本的可靠性——兼初探《繫年》原始資料的來源 [“Analysis of Xinian’s reliability based on its usage of grammatical particles, including a preliminary discussion of its source materials,” in Chinese]. In: Qinghua jian Xinian yu gushi xintan 清華簡《繫年》與古史新談, ed. Li Shoukui 李守奎, 215-233. Shanghai: Zhongxi shuju, 2016, 215-233.
  9. “China, Imperial (221-207BC),” in: John M. MacKenzie, ed., The Encyclopedia of Empire. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 2016.
  10. “Introduction: Ideology and Power in Early China.” In Ideology of Power and Power of Ideology in Early China, ed. Yuri Pines, Paul R. Goldin, and Martin Kern, 1-28. Leiden: Brill, 2015.
  11. “Diguo de shexiang? Xian Qin shixue chuantong zhong ‘yuanshi tongyi’ de gainian” 帝国的设想?——先秦史学传统中“原始统一”的概念  (“Imagining the Empire? Concepts of ‘Primeval Unity’ in Pre-imperial Historiographic Tradition”). In: Wenti, tuxiang, jiyi 文体·图像·记忆, ed. Zhu Yuanqing 朱淵清 and Wang Tao 汪濤, 87-107. Shanghai: Huadong shifan daxue chubanshe, 2015.
  12. “Legalism in Chinese Philosophy,” in Edward N. Zalta et al., eds., Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/chinese-legalism/ (First published Wed Dec 10, 2014).
  13. 有“救世主”特色的秦始皇——兼论秦朝在中国历史上的地位 (“The Messianic Emperor: A New Look at Qin’s Place in China’s History”), in: Fansi zhong de sixiang shijie: Liu Zehua xiansheng 80 shouchen jinian wenji 反思中的思想世界——刘泽华先生80寿辰纪念文集, ed. Ge Quan 葛荃 et al. Tianjin: Tianjin renmin chubanshe, 2014, 167-184.
  14. Yuri Pines, with Lothar von Falkenhausen, Gideon Shelach and Robin D.S. Yates, “General Introduction: Qin History Revisited,” in: Yuri Pines, Lothar von Falkenhausen, Gideon Shelach and Robin D.S. Yates, eds., Birth of an Empire: The State of Qin revisited. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2014, 1-36.
  15. “Introduction to Part III: The First Emperor and his Image,” in: Yuri Pines, Lothar von Falkenhausen, Gideon Shelach and Robin D.S. Yates, eds., Birth of an Empire: The State of Qin revisited. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2014, 227-238.
  16. “The Messianic Emperor: A New Look at Qin’s Place in China’s History,” in: Yuri Pines, Lothar von Falkenhausen, Gideon Shelach and Robin D.S. Yates, eds., Birth of an Empire: The State of Qin revisited. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2014, 258-279. Portuguese translation: “O Messianismo do Primeiro Imperador,” in André Bueno and José Maria Neto, eds., Visões da China Antiga. União da Vitória: UNESPAR, 2014, 276-310.
  17. “Between Merit and Pedigree: Evolution of the Concept of ‘Elevating the Worthy’ in pre-imperial China,” in: Daniel Bell and Li Chenyang, eds., The East Asian Challenge for Democracy: Political Meritocracy in Comparative Perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013, 161-202.
  18. “Reassessing Textual Sources for Pre-Imperial Qin History,” in Sergej Dmitriev and Maxim Korolkov, eds., Sinologi Mira k iubileiu Stanislava Kuczery: Sobranie Trudov. (Uchenye Zapiski Otdela Kitaja 11). Moscow: Institut Vostokovedeniia RAN, 2013, 236-263.
  19. “From Teachers to Subjects: Ministers Speaking to the Rulers from Yan Ying 晏嬰 to Li Si 李斯,” in: Garret Olberding, ed., Facing the Monarch: Modes of Advice in the Early Chinese Court. Cambridge MA: Harvard University Asia Center 2013, 69-99.
  20. “Qin: from principality to kingdom to the Empire,” in Maria Khayutina, ed., Qin – The Eternal Emperor and his Terracotta Warriors. Zürich: NZZ Libro, 2013, 28-35.
  21. “King Zheng of Qin, the First Emperor of China,” in Maria Khayutina, ed., Qin – The Eternal Emperor and his Terracotta Warriors. Zürich: NZZ Libro, 2013, 105-115.
  22. “From Historical Evolution to the End of History: Past, Present and Future from Shang Yang to the First Emperor,” in Paul R. Goldin, ed., Dao Companion to the Philosophy of Han Fei. Berlin: Springer 2013, 25-45.
  23. “Submerged by Absolute Power: The Ruler’s Predicament in the Han Feizi,” in Paul R. Goldin, ed., Dao Companion to the Philosophy of Han Fei. Berlin: Springer 2013, 67-86.
  24. “Where had the barbarians gone? The Cultural Other in early Chinese historiography,” in: Andreas Heil, Matthias Korn and Jochen Sauer, eds., Noctes Sinenses. Festschrift für Fritz-Heiner Mutschler zum 65. Geburtstag. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2011, 235-240.
  25. “Shanrang: Zhanguo shiqi guanyu pingdengzhuyi yu junzhuzhuyi zhenglun” (Abdication: Debates about egalitarianism and monarchism in the Warring States period, translated by Lin Hu) in Chen Zhi, ed.., Dangdai Xifang Hanxue yanjiu jicui. Zhongguo shanggu shi juan (Collection of Studies by Current Western Sinologists: Volume of Early Chinese History). Shanghai: Shanghai guji chubanshe, 2011, 350-395. (尤銳: “禪讓:戰國時期關於平等主義與君主權力的論爭,” 收入陳致主編《當代西方漢學研究集萃.中國上古史卷》, 上海: 上海古籍出版社, 2011年, 頁350-395.)
  26. “Chinese history-writing between the sacred and the secular,” in John Lagerwey and Marc Kalinowski, eds., Early Chinese Religion: Part One: Shang through Han (1250 BC-220 AD). Leiden: Brill, 2009, Volume 1: 315-340.
  27. “¿Un sello omnipotente? Planteamientos sobre el gobierno del monarca en la China Preimperial” (“The omnipotent rubberstamp? Views of the monarch’s rule in pre-imperial China” [in Spanish]), trans. by Alicia Relinque Eleta, in: Alicia Relinque Eleta, ed., La construccion del poder en la China antigua. Granada: EUG, 2009, 55-84.
  28. “Confucian Irony? ‘King Wu’s Enthronement’ Reconsidered,” in Raoul D. Findeisen et al, eds., At Home in Many Worlds Reading, Writing and Translating from Chinese and Jewish Cultures Essays in Honour of Irene Eber (“Veroeffentlichungen des Ostasien-Institut der Ruhr-Universität Bochum” Series). Wiesbaden: Harrassowtiz, 2009, 55-68.
  29. “Imagining the Empire? Concepts of ‘Primeval Unity’ in Pre-imperial Historiographic Tradition,” in: Fritz-Heiner Mutschler and Achim Mittag, eds., Conceiving the Empire: China and Rome Compared. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008: 67-90.
  30. “L’idéologie de Qin: créer l’empire” (“Qin Ideology: Creating the Empire,” in French, translated by Olivier Venture), in Les Soldats de l’Éternité: L’Armee de Xi’an, edited by Alan Thote and Lothar von Falkenhausen. Paris: Pincaothèque de Paris, 2008, 171-182.
  31. “Religious Zeal or Ideological Commitment: Reflections on Mozi” (in Hebrew), in Ora Limor and Meir Litvak, eds., Kanaut Datit (Religious Zeal). Jerusalem: Shazar Centre, 2007.
  32. Gideon Shelach and Yuri Pines, “Secondary State Formation and the Development of Local Identity: Change and Continuity in the State of Qin (770-221 BC)”, in Miriam Stark, ed., An Archaeology of Asia. Malden MA: Blackwell, 2006: 202-230.
  33. “Beasts or Humans: Pre-Imperial Origins of Sino-Barbarian Dichotomy,” in Reuven Amitai and Michal Biran, eds., Mongols, Turks and Others: Eurasian Nomads and the Sedentary World. Leiden: Brill, 2005: 59-102.
  34. “Speeches and the Question of Authenticity in Ancient Chinese Historical Records,” in Helwig Schmidt-Glintzer, Achim Mittag and Jörn Rüsen, eds., Historical Truth, Historical Criticism and Ideology: Chinese Historiography and Historical Culture from a New Comparative Perspective. Leiden: Brill, 2005: 195-224.
  35. “‘End of the Era’ or ‘End of the Cycle’ – Chinese Intellectuals’ Reaction to the Political Crisis of the Second Half of the First Millennium BCE”, (in Hebrew), in Yosef Kaplan, ed., Shalhei Meot – Kizam shel Eidanim (Ends of Centuries – Ends of Eras). Jerusalem: Shazar Center, 2005: 11-34.
  36. Yuri Pines and Gideon Shelach, “‘Using the Past to Serve the Present’: Comparative Perspectives on Chinese and Western Theories of the Origins of the State,” in: Shaul Shaked, ed., Genesis and Regeneration: Essays on Conceptions of Origins. Jerusalem: The Israel Academy of Science and Humanities, 2005: 127-163.
  37. “‘The Great Unity’ Paradigm in Chinese Political Culture,” in Martin Lu, Rosita Dellios and James R. Ferguson, eds., Toward a Global Community: New Perspectives on Confucian Humanism. Robina: The Center of East-West Cultural and Economic Studies, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Bond University, 2004: 47-71.

Translations

  1. Zeng Zhenyu 曾振宇, “Shang Yang as a Historical Personality and as a Symbol” 历史的商鞅与符号化的商鞅, translated by Yuri Pines. Contemporary Chinese Thought 47.2 (2016): 69-89.
  2. Zhang Linxiang 张林祥, “Progress or Change? Rethinking the Historical Outlook of the Book of Lord Shang” 进步观还是变易观——《商君书》历史观再认识, translated by Yuri Pines. Contemporary Chinese Thought 47.2 (2016): 90-111.
  3. Li Cunshan 李存山, “The Book of Lord Shang and Elevation of Confucianism in the Han: Including a Discussion of the Conflict between Shang Yang and his School and the Confucian Teaching 《商君书》与汉代尊儒——兼论商鞅及其学派与儒学的冲突, translated by Yuri Pines. Contemporary Chinese Thought 47.2 (2016): 112-124.
  4. Wu Baoping 吴保平 and Lin Cunguang 林存光, “Reflections on the Concept of ‘Law’ of Shang Yang from the Perspective of Political Philosophy: Function, Value and Sprit of the ‘Rule of Law’” 商鞅之“法”的政治哲学反思——兼论法治的功能、价值和精神, translated by Yuri Pines. Contemporary Chinese Thought 47.2 (2016): 125-137.
  5. Tong Weimin 仝卫敏, A New Exploration of the Dates of the ‘Attracting the People’ chapter of the Book of Lord Shang《商君书·徕民篇》成书新探, translated by Yuri Pines. Contemporary Chinese Thought 47.2 (2016): 138-151.
  6. Liu Zehua 劉澤華, “Political and Intellectual Authority: The Concept of the ‘Sage Monarch’ and its Modern Fate,” (從“天王聖明”說最高思想權威), translated by Yuri Pines. In Ideology of Power and Power of Ideology in Early China, ed. Yuri Pines, Paul R. Goldin, and Martin Kern, 273-300. Leiden: Brill 2015.
  7. Liu Zehua 刘泽华, “Monarchism: The Historical Orientation of China’s Intellectual Culture” 王权主义:中国思想文化的历史定位, translated by Yuri Pines, Contemporary Chinese Thought2-3 (2013-2014): 21-31.
  8. Liu Zehua 刘泽华, “The Hundred Schools of Thought and the Development of the Theory of Monarchism” 战国百家争鸣与王权主义理论的发展, translated by Yuri Pines and Liu Chang, Contemporary Chinese Thought2-3 (2013-2014): 32-54.
  9. Liu Zehua 刘泽华, “The Monarch and the Sage: Bifurcation and Unification of the two” 王、圣相对二分与合二为一, translated by Yuri Pines, Contemporary Chinese Thought2-3 (2013-2014): 55-88.
  10. Liu Zehua 刘泽华, “Unity between Heaven and Man, and China’s Monarchism” 天人合一与王权主义, translated by Yuri Pines, Contemporary Chinese Thought2-3 (2013-2014): 89-116.
  11. Liu Zehua 刘泽华, “The yin-yang Structure of Traditional Chinese Political Thought” 传统政治思维的阴阳组合结构, translated by Yuri Pines, Contemporary Chinese Thought2-3 (2013-2014): 117-127.

Reviews and Other Publications

  1. Review of Eirik Lang Harris, The Shenzi Fragments: A Philosophical Analysis and Translation. Journal of Chinese Religions (forthcoming).
  2. Review of The Spring and Autumn Annals of Master Yan, Translated and annotated by Olivia Milburn. Journal of the American Oriental Society 137.2 (forthcoming).
  3. Review of Zhao Dingxin, The Confucian-Legalist State: A New Theory of Chinese History. Early China 39 (2016), 311-320.
  4. Review of Sarah Allan, Buried Ideas: Legends of Abdication and Ideal Government in Early Chinese Bamboo-Slip Manuscripts. Journal of Asian History 50.1 (2016): 167-171.
  5. Review of K.E. Brashier, Public Memory in Early China. Historian 79.1
    (Spring 2017): 153–154.
  6. Review of Martin Jacques, When China Rules the World (in Hebrew). Haaretz, Books Supplement, 23.1.2015, pp. 1-2 (http://www.haaretz.co.il/literature/study/.premium-1.2542309).
  7. Review of Martin Kern, The Stele Inscriptions of Ch’in Shih-huang: Text and Ritual in Early Chinese Imperial Representation. Rao Zongyi guoxueyuan yuankan 饒宗頤國學院院刊(Bulletin of Jao Tsung-I Academy of Sinology) 1 (2013): 435-443.
  8. Review of Jiang Qing, A Confucian Constitutional Order: How China’s Ancient Past Can Shape its Political Future, China Review International4 (2012): 608-614.
  9. Review of John A. Rapp, Daoism and Anarchism: Critique of State Autonomy in Ancient and Modern China, China Review International 3 (2012): 381-386 and 397-399.
  10. Yuri Pines and Meir Shahar, “Interview with Paul Katz,” (in Hebrew) Historia (Jerusalem), 29 (2013), 5-36.
  11. Review of Roel Sterckx, Food, Sacrifice, and Sagehood in Early China, Journal of Chinese Religions 40 (2012): 143-146.
  12. Review of Li Feng, Landscape and Power in Early China: The Crisis and Fall of the Western Zhou, 1045–771 BC., Early China 33 (2010-2011), 275-279.
  13. Review of Li Feng, Bureaucracy and the State in Early China: Governing the Western Zhou, in Journal of Asian Studies 2 (2010), 560-562.
  14. Review of Mark Edward Lewis, The Early Chinese Empires: Qin and Han, in International History Review1, 2008, 106-108.
  15. Together with Gideon Shelach, “The Three Dynasties” section (“The Xia Dynasty,” “The Shang Dynasty,” and “The Zhou Dynasty” chapters), in John Makeham, ed., China: The World’s Oldest Civilization Revealed (Canberra: Global Book Publishing, 2008).
  16. Review of Dan Daor and Yoav Ariel, The Book of the Dao (Hebrew), Haaretz, Books Supplement, 28.6.2007 (http://www.haaretz.co.il/hasite/spages/875233.html).
  17. “Ha-hatzlahah she-ba-kishalon: Konfutsius ke-more derekh shel ha-am ha-Sini” (Failure as Success: Confucius as the Spiritual Guide of the Chinese People [in Hebrew]), Afterword in: Amira Katz, trans., Maamarot Konfutsius [Lunyu]. Jerusalem: Bialik, 2006, 521-560.
  18. Review of Martin Kern, “Text and Ritual in Early China,” Journal of the American Oriental Society4 (2005), 553-556.
  19. Review of Aron Shai, Imperialism Imprisoned: The Fate of British and French Firms in China, 1949-1954 (Chinese edition), Haaretz, Books Supplement, 2.02.2005.
  20. “Mohism” in New Dictionary of the History of Ideas (Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2004).
  21. “Legalism” in New Dictionary of the History of Ideas (Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2004).
  22. “Chinese diasporas in the past and in the present” [in Hebrew], in Shmuel N. Eisenstadt, Rona Brayer-Garb and Tal Kohavi, eds., Zehuiot Kolektiviot, Ezrakhut va-zira Tsiburit (Collective Identities, Public Sphere and Political Order), published as Bimat Van Leer le-Siakh Tsiburi 7 (Jerusalem: The Van Leer Institute, 2003), pp. 69-75.
  23. Review of Nicola Di Cosmo, Ancient China and Its Enemies: The Rise of Nomadic Power in East Asian History, Reviews in History (2003) at http://www.history.ac.uk/reviews/paper/pinesY.html
  24. Review of James D. Sellman, Timing and Rulership in Master Lü’s Spring and Autumn Annals (Lüshi chunqiu), Chinese Literature: Essays, Articles, Reviews 24 (2002), 199-204.
  25. Review of Michael Puett, The Ambivalence of Creation: Debates Concerning Innovation and Artifice in Early China, Journal of Asian Studies4 (2002), 1356-1357.
  26. Review of Vera Schwarcz, Bridge Across Broken Time: Chinese and Jewish Cultural Memory, published in Zion 4 (2000), 534-536 [In Hebrew].