Project Description

debarySPECIAL SERVICE PROFESSOR, ASIAN HUMANITIES

AB Columbia 1941, MA ’48, PhD ’53; D. Litt St. Lawrence ’68; LHD Loyola (Chicago) ’70; D. Litt. Columbia ’94. Wm. Theodore de Bary teaches Asian humanities and civilizataions, Chinese and Japanese thought, and Neo-Confucianism in China, Korea, and Japan. Recent publications include Sources of Chinese, Korean, and Japanese Tradition (Columbia, 1999-2001), Asian Values and Human Rights (Harvard 1998), Confucianism and Human Rights (Columbia 1997), Waiting for the Dawn (Columbia 1992), The Trouble with Confucianism (Harvard 1991), and East Asian Civilizations (Harvard 1987).

 

 

Office: 502 Kent
Office Hours:
Teaching Hours: M 2:10-4:00, W 2:10-4:00
Phone: (212) 854-3671
Email: wtd1@columbia.edu