The Reminiscences of Tsiang T’ing-fu

The Reminiscences of Tsiang T’ing-fu (Chinese: 蔣廷黻回憶錄; pinyin: Jiǎngtíngfú huíyìlù) is an Englishmemoir written by Tsiang Tingfu. [2] It contains chapters on Tsiang’s family background, studying in the United States, teaching in Nankai University and Tsinghua University, visiting Moscow, and others.[3] Due to the death of Tsiang on 9 October 1965, the oral autobiography was an unfinished project and was not completed until 1974 when it was embellished and revised by Anita O’Brien.[4]

The Reminiscences of Tsiang T’ing-fu
Author Tsiang Tingfu
Language English
Publisher East Asian Institute of Columbia University
Publication date
1974[1]
OCLC 2272966

The book was originally part of the Chinese Oral History Project, East Asian Institute of Columbia University, hosted by Franklin Ho and C. Martin Wilbur, [5] and done with Crystal Lorch Seidman.[6]

The Reminiscences of Tsiang T’ing-fu was first published in 1974 by East Asian Institute of Columbia University in New York.[7] The Chinese translation of the book was first published in 1979 by Biographical Literature Press in Taipei. [8]

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In 2003, The Reminiscences of Tsiang T’ing-fu was first published in Mainland China in simplified Chinese by Yuelu Publishing House,[9] but with abridgements.[10]

  1. Yung-chen Chiang (22 January 2001). Social Engineering and the Social Sciences in China, 1919-1949. Cambridge University Press. pp. 84–. ISBN 978-0-521-77014-9.
  2. Da Zheng (26 February 2010). Chiang Yee: The Silent Traveller from the East–A Cultural Biography. Rutgers University Press. pp. 270–. ISBN 978-0-8135-4927-9.
  3. Tsiang Tingfu (2014). The Reminiscences of Tsiang T’ing-fu. Zhonghua Book Company. ISBN 978-7-101-10177-5.
  4. Jiang Yongzhen (4 February 2021). Tsiang Tingfu: From historian to diplomat in the defense of the UN seat. Linking Publishing Company. pp. 3–. ISBN 978-957-08-5680-4.
  5. Biographical Literature. Biographical Literature Press. 1977. pp. 70–.
  6. Parks M. Coble (1991). Facing Japan: Chinese Politics and Japanese Imperialism, 1931-1937. Council on East Asian Studies, Harvard University. ISBN 978-0-674-29011-2.
  7. Jay Taylor (June 2009). The Generalissimo’s Son: Chiang Ching-kuo and the Revolutions in China and Taiwan. Harvard University Press. pp. 457–. ISBN 978-0-674-04422-7.
  8. Xu Jilin (2008). Public Interactions of Intellectuals in Modern China, 1895-1949. Shanghai People’s Publishing House. ISBN 978-7-208-07616-7.
  9. Brian Moloughney (13 December 2017). “WHAT TO DO WITH INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE: SINOLOGY CONFRONTS THE DISCIPLINES AT TSINGHUA UNIVERSITY”(PDF). New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies.
  10. “Banned Books Catalogue”. Open.com.hk. 2017-08-23.

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