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Jiang Bo

From:Chinese Archaeology NetWriter:Date:2008-12-26


Resume

 Personal Information
First Name: Bo      Family Name: Jiang
Gender: Male       Citizenship: China
Birthday: March 15, 1970
Degree: Ph. D
Employer: The Institute of Archaeology,
         Chinese Academy of Social Science (CASS) (1992- present).
Title: Associate Professor
Research Field: Ancient Capital and Palace, Ancient Chinese Ceramics, Han-tang Period Mausoleums and Tombs.

Mail Address:
1619 30TH Street, Room 201
Washington DC, 20007
Tel:   202/339-6956(O); 202/333-3081(H)
E-mail: jiangbo@cass.org.cn.
      Jiangbo315@126.com

Education

1982.9-1988.7 Yueyang County No.2 High School, Hunan Province. China. High School 
1988.9-1992.7 Wuhan University, P.R. China. Archaeology Department , Bachelor 
1996.9-1998.7 The Graduate School, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) Archaeology     Department,  Master 
1998.9-2001.7 The Graduate School of CASS Archaeology Department,  Doctor 

Fellowships

2002-2003, Visiting Scholar, Harvard-Yenching Institute, Harvard University.
 Research Project: “Heaven Altar and Bright Hall: Ritual Architectures in Tang Empire Capital”

2006, Starr Foundation Fellow, CASVA, National Gallery of Art. U.S.A
 Research Project: “Altars and Temples: A System of Facilities for the Worship of the Gods and Ancestors in Beijing”

2007-2008, Fellow, Dumbarton Oaks, Trustee for Harvard University.
 Research Project: “The Design of Tang Imperial Gardens: Tradition, Creativity and Symbolization”.
 
Award/Honor/Prize

Date Title of Book & Article Organization Award 
2006 A Study on Ceremonial Architectures of Han-Tang Period Chinese Academy of Social Sciences(CASS) Research Prize 
2003 Family Linage and Ethnic Transition of the Doulu Family: Based on Tomb Steles Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Research Prize 
2003 A Study on Ceremonial Architectures of Han-Tang Period Chinese Cultural Relics News Top 10 Monographs of the Year  
2000 Serindia (Translation Cooperated) Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Production Prize 

Fieldwork

1997, Excavation of Guigong Palace Site of Western Han Dynasty.
1993-1996, Excavation of Palace City of Sui-tang Period Capital Luoyang; Excavation of Han Dynasty tombs in Luoyang.
1991, Excavation of Guojiagang Site (Zhou Dynasty – North Dynasty) in Hubei Province.
2000, Excavation at Mühlen-Eichsen Site, Germany.

2005-2007, Survey of ritual architectures in Capital Beijing and Fengyang (Ming-qing Period).
2005, Survey of the Cross Temple Site in Beijing (Northern Song Dynasty – Qing   Dynasty)
2000, Survey of ritual architecture sites in Capital Chang’an, Luoyang, Pingcheng, Nanjing, Lin’an (From Han Dynasty to Southern Song Dynasty).

Publications

1. Dissertations/Monographs

A Study on Ritual Architectures of the Han-tang Period Capitals, Ph.D Dissertation, Published by Culture Relics Publish House, 2003, Beijing
《汉唐都城礼制建筑研究》,博士学位毕业论文,文物出版社,2003年。
A Study on Ceremonial Architectures of Wu Zetian Period, Master Degree Dissertation, the Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, 1998.《武则天时期礼制建筑研究》,硕士学位毕业论文,中国社会科学院研究生院,1998年。
A Study on Law Documents Found at Shuihudi Site in Yunmeng County, Bachelor Degree Dissertation, Wuhan University, 1992
《云梦睡虎地秦简法律文书研究》,学士学位毕业论文,武汉大学,1992年。
Glories of the Flourishing Age—an Introduction to Tri-colored Glazed Pottery of the Tang Dynasty, Sichuan Education Publish House, 1998, Chengdu.  《盛世风采――漫话唐三彩》,四川教育出版社,1998年。
Inspection of Song-liao Period Ceramics(cooperated), Hulin Publish House, 2001 《宋辽陶瓷鉴定》(撰写景德镇窑、吉州窑部分),华龄出版社,2001年。

2. Articles

Altars and Temples: A System of Facilities for the Worship of the Gods and Ancestors in Beijing,,National Gallery of Art ·Center 26, 2006, Washington DC.
Family Linage and Ethnic Transition of the Doulu Family—Clues from the Tomb Stele Inscriptions, Acta Archaeologica Sinica, Vol.2, 2003.
《豆卢氏世系及其汉化――以墓碑、墓志为线索》,《考古学报》2002年3期.
Archaeological Report on Shangyanggong Garden Site of Tang Dynasty (cooperated), Archaeology, No.2, 1998.
《唐东都上阳宫园林遗址发掘简报》(合著),发掘简报,《考古》1998年2期。
A Study on the Shangyanggong Palace Site of Tang Dynasty, Archaeology, No.2, 1998.
《唐东都上阳宫考》,《考古》1998年2期。
Survey Report on Gongling Mausoleum of Tang Dynasty, Culture Relics World, No.1, 1999.
《唐恭陵访古》,《文物天地》1999年1期。
Qinhan-mingqing Period Archaeology (cooperated), Front Report on Chinese Humanities and social Sciences (1999),Humanities & Social Science Literature Publish House, 2000.
《秦汉至元明考古》(合著),《中国人文社会科学前沿报告(1999年卷)》,社会科学文献出版社,2000年10月。
Qinhan-mingqing Period Archaeology, Front Report on Chinese Humanities and social Sciences (2001),Humanities & Social Science Literature Publish House, 2003.
《秦汉至明清考古发现与研究》,《中国人文社会科学前沿报告》(2001年卷),社会科学文献出版社,2003年5月。
The layout of the Palace City in Tang Capital Luoyang, Seeking Truth in the Field of Archaeology, Chinese Social Sciences Publishing House, 1997, Beijing. 《唐东都宫城中轴线布局初探》,《考古求知集》,中国社会科学出版社,1997。
Jieshigong Palace Site of Qin-Han Period (Translated into Korean), Introduction to Chinese Archaeology, Great Mountain Publish House (Korea), 2001  《秦汉碣石宫遗址》(韩文),《中国考古概况》,韩国大山出版社,2001年。
Overview the Study on the Capital Luoyang of Sui-Tang Period, Chinese Archaeology and World Archaeology in 21st Century, Chinese Social Science Publish House, 2002.
《隋唐洛阳城研究史论》,《21世纪中国考古学与世界考古学》,中国社会科学出版社,2002年。
The Bright Halls of Han-Tang Period, Symposium on Zhou, Qin, Han and Tang Civilizations, Shanghai Museum, 2004.
《汉唐都城明堂制度研究》,《周秦汉唐文明研讨会论文集》,上海博物馆,2004。
Jade Volumes of Tang Dynasty, Collections of Symposium on Ancient Jades Cross the Strait, Taiwan University, 2000, Taibei.
《唐代玉册制度研究》,《海峡两岸古玉学会议论文专集》,台湾大学,2000年,台北。
Thought and Method: Tracing Prof. Xia Nai’s Footprint, Huaxia Archaeology, No.1, 2003
《夏鼐先生的学术思想》,《华夏考古》,2003年1期。
Achievements of Qin-Han Archaeology in 1990s, 100 Archaeological Discoveries in 1990s, Cultural Relics Publish House, 2002.
《近十年来的秦汉考古发现与研究》,《中国十年百大考古新发现(1990-1999)》,文物出版社,2002年。

3. Translations
Serindia: detailed report of explorations in Central Asia and westernmost China  (Charpter XX, XXI,XXII), translation (from English to Chinese, original author: Sir Aurel Stein), Publishing House of Guangxi Normal University, 1998.
《西域考古图记》(合著),广西师范大学出版社,1998年。
Connection: Xia Nai and London, (from English to Chinese), Culture Relics World, No.4, 1998.
《夏鼐先生的伦敦之缘》,《文物天地》1998年4期。
Mountain Competition: Historical and Political Monument (From English to Chinese), Art in Ritual Practice, Sanlian Publish House, 2005.
《五岳之争:历史和政治的纪念碑》,《礼仪中的美术》,三联出版社,2005年。

4. In Press:
Han Tombs Found in Central China, Chinese Archaeology, Vol.III, Chinese Social Science Publish House.
Qin-han Period Coins, Chinese Archaeology, Vol.III, Chinese Social Science Publish House.
Measurement System of Qin-han Period, Chinese Archaeology, Vol.III, Chinese Social Science Publish House.

Presentations

 Harvard University, U.S.A.
  “Heaven Altar and Bright Hall: Ritual Facilities of Tang Empire” (2002) 
 National Gallery of Art / Stanford University, U.S.A.
  “Heaven Altar and Imperial Temple: Ritual Buildings in Beijing” (2006)
 Washington University at St. Louis. U.S.A
  “Palace, Altar and Garden: Discoveries from Chinese Capital Sites” (2007)
 Columbia University, U.S.A..
   “Grain Altar, Imperial Temple and Bright Hall: Ritual Buildings in Han Capital Chang’an”(2006)
 Dumbarton Oaks, U.S.A.
  “Taiyechi and Shangyanggong: Discoveries of Tang Gardens” (2007)
 National Research Institute of Culture Heritage, Korea.
  “Ritual Facilities in Ancient Chinese capitals” (2007)
 University of Barcelona, Spain.
  “Byzantine Coins Found in China” (2005)
 Ravenna University, Italy.
  “Ritual Pits at Yinxu Site” (2004)
 Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, China.
    “Tracing the history of Dou Family: Based on the Tomb Steles Inscription” (2000)
 University of Bristol, England
 “The Made Nature: an Archaeological Perspective on Tang Gardens” (2008)
 
Language

 Translation Serindia (Chapter XX, XXI, XXII) (from English to Chinese, original author: Sir Aurel Stein) was awarded Research Prize by Chinese Academy of Social Science.
 Visiting scholar to Harvard University, National Gallery of Art, and Dumbarton Oaks.