TANG CENTER FOR EARLY CHINA VISITING SCHOLAR
BA: Keio University (’98)
MA: Keio University (’00)
PhD: Jilin University (’09)
Takashi Sakikawa, 崎川隆, is Associate Professor of the Institute of Chinese Classics and Paleography, Jilin University, Changchun, China. His recent research interests include the origin and development of Chinese characters, literacy in early China, engravers and the engraving process of oracle bone inscriptions, materiality and three-dimensional features of the oracle bones, casting technique and the duplication process of bronze inscriptions, and authentication and source criticism of bronze inscriptions. His publications include A Typological Study on the Bin-group Oracle Bone Inscriptions (in Chinese, Shanghai, 2011), and various journal articles.
A Typological Study on the Bin-group Oracle Bone Inscriptions (in Chinese, Shanghai, 2011)
“Analyzing the Characteristics of Letter Disposition in the Oracle Bone Inscriptions,” Guwenzi yanjiu (in Chinese, 2010)
“A Graphological Study for the Oracle Bone Inscriptions,” Shigaku (in Japanese, 2002)