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PhD: Historical Philology, Jilin University (2012)
Ma: Historical Philology, Jilin University (2009)
Introduction to Chinese Paleography and Philology
Paleography, Chinese characters
Chuntao Li’s research mainly concerns ancient Chinese paleography and unearthed documents. His early research focused on ancient books and ancient Chinese characters. In recent years, he is focusing on the study of inscriptions on bronzes in the early period. Li received his PhD (2012) from Jilin University and has worked there since. He is Professor of Historical Philology at the Institute of Ancient Books, Jilin University, China. He was selected as China’s outstanding young talent of “The Ten Thousand People Program”. He was also awarded a government grant in Jilin Province. At the same time, he has published more than forty academic papers.
The integrated research on copying ancient form, Zhong Hua Book Company, 2016.
Discuss “Jue（夬）“ and “She（韘）“——about something from the “Jue（夬）explanation to how to name the fingerstall in cultural relics, the first issue, Jilin University Journal Social Sciences Edition, 2017.
The analysis of “Ru Gui”(濡轨), the second issue, Studies of the Chinese Language, 2017.
Researching on bronze of “Zhu gong tuo zhong”(邾公乇钟), the fourth issue, Jianghan Archaeology, 2017.
Researching on epitaph of the Fan family in the Song Dynasty in Henan, the twentieth series, Research on the History of Song Dynasty, 2017.
On the Naming of the Dou Shaped Jue and the Tripod Jue, the eighty-ninth series of the first division, Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology, March 2018.
Vigorously excavating the time value of handed down ancient writing materials, Guangming Daily, theoretical edition, April 20, 2018.