Some recent selected publications from TCAS academic staff and affiliated researchers are listed below.
Selected works by Isabella Jackson, Assistant Professor in Chinese History
Jackson, Isabella. ‘The Shanghai Scottish: Scottish, Imperial and Local Identities, 1914-41’ in T. M. Devine and Angela McCarthy (eds), The Scottish Experience in Asia, c.1700 to the Present: Settlers and Sojourners (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies series, 2017), pp. 235-57
Jackson, Isabella. ‘Habitability in the Treaty Ports: Shanghai and Tianjin’, in Toby Lincoln and Xu Tao (eds), The Habitable City in China: Urban History in the Twentieth Century (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017), pp. 169-91
Bickers, Robert and Isabella Jackson. Treaty Ports in Modern China: Law, Land and Power. London: Routledge, 2016, 320pp.
Jackson, Isabella. Who ran the treaty ports? A study of the Shanghai Municipal Council in(eds) Robert Bickers and Isabella Jackson, Treaty Ports in Modern China: Law, Land and Power. London: Routledge, 2016.
Jackson, Isabella. Expansion and defence in the International Settlment at Shanghai in (eds) Robert Bickers and Jonathan J. Howlett, Britain and China, 1840-1970. London: Routledge, 2015, pp187 – 204.
Jackson, Isabella. Chinese Colonial History in Comparative Perspective, Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History, 15, (3), 2014.
Jackson, Isabella. The Raj on Nanjing Road: Sikh Policemen in Treaty-Port Shanghai, Modern Asian Studies, 46, (6), 2012, p1672-1704.
Jackson, Isabella. Review of China’s Foreign Places: The Foreign Presence in China in the Treaty Port Era, 1840-1943 by Robert Nield, in China Quarterly 225 (2016), 279-81.
Tien, Adrian. 2015. The Semantics of Chinese Music. Analysing selected Chinese musical concepts. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Tien, Adrian. 2010. Lexical Semantics of Children’s Mandarin Chinese during the First Four Years. LINCOM Studies in Language Acquisition 29. LINCOM Academic Publishers. Munich: Germany.
Tien, Adrian. In press. Perspectives on “Chinese” Pluricentricity in China, Greater China and Beyond. In Rudolf Muhr, Kelen Ernesta Fonyuy, Zeinab Ibrahim and Corey Miller (Eds.) Pluricentric Languages across continents - Features and usage. Wien et. al.: Peter Lang Verlag.
Tien, Adrian. 2015. Offensive language and sociocultural homogeneity in Singapore: An ethnolinguistic perspective, International Journal of Language and Culture 2(2): 142-168.
Tien, Adrian. 2013. Bootstrapping and the acquisition of Mandarin Chinese: A Natural Semantic Metalanguage (NSM) perspective In Dagmar Bittner and Nadja Ruhlig (Eds.) Lexical bootstrapping: The role of lexis and semantics in child language development. Germany: De Gruyter: 39-72.
Tien, Adrian. 2012. Chinese Hokkien and its lexicon in Singapore: evidence for an indigenised Singapore culture. In Rudolf Muhr (Ed.) Non-dominating Varieties of pluricentric Languages. Getting the Picture. In memory of Prof. Michael Clyne. Wien et. al.: Peter Lang Verlag: 461-480.
Tien, Adrian. 2012. Chinese intercultural communication in the global setting, as reflected through contemporary key words in the Chinese multimedia. In Birgit Breninger and Thomas Kaltenbacher (Eds.) Creating Cultural Synergies: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Interculturality and Interreligiosity. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing: 169-184.
Tien, Adrian. 2010. The Semantics of Human Interaction in Chinese E-communication. In Rotimi Taiwo (Ed.) Handbook of Research on Discourse Behavior and Digital Communication: Language Structures and Social Interaction. Information Science Reference. Hershey: New York.
Tien, Adrian. 2009. Semantic Prime HAPPEN in Mandarin Chinese: In search of a viable exponent. Pragmatics and Cognition 17(2): 356-382.
Selected works by Lorna Carson, Director of the Trinity Centre for Asian Studies
Carson, L. (in press). English fever: Problematising English language proficiency testing in South Korea. In O’Hagan, M. & Q. Zhang (Eds.), Conflict and Communication: A Changing Asia in A Globalising World. Bremen, EHV Academic Press.
Carson, L. (2014). An exploration of the roles of English in societal and individual multilingualism in Korea. In Bertoni, R. (Ed.), EurKorea 2013: European Perspectives of Korea. Dublin and Turin, Trinity College and Trauben, pp2 – 25.
Carson, L. & Rose, H. (2014). Language Learning in Higher Education (Special Issue: Focus on East Asia: Language learning and teaching), 4(2), 257-270.
Carson, L. (2013). Perspectives on Korea within and from contemporary Europe: The cases of Italy and Ireland. In Bertoni, R. (Ed.), Scorci di Korea/Glimpses of Korea. Dublin and Turin, Trinity College and Trauben, pp2 – 13.
Carson, L. & Do, E.-J. (2013). Establishing a Korean language programme in a European Higher Education context: Rationale, curriculum and assessment procedures. Language Learning in Higher Education, 3(1), 151 - 171.
Selected works by Professor Jerusha McCormack
Thinking through China (co-authored with John Blair). Rowman and Littlefield USA), August 2015.
Editor, China and the Irish. Dublin: New Island, 2009; authored essays on “Ireland through a Chinese Mirror,” pp. 1-13 and “Oscar Wilde’s Chinese Sage [Zhuangzi],” 51-61. Mandarin edition edited by Wang Zhanpeng, Beijing: People’s Press, 2010.
Western Civilization with Chinese Comparisons (co-author with John G Blair). First edition, 2006, published in Shanghai by Fudan University Press. Second edition, 2007. Third edition, 2010. Fourth edition in print and ebook 2015 re-titled to match re-edited version published in the United States as Comparing Civilizations: China and the West (New York: Global Scholarly Publications, 2013).
“Irish Studies in China: the Widening Gyre” Studi irlandesi. A Journal of Irish Studies 3: 157-180. http://www.fupress.net/index.php/bsfm-sijis/issue/current.
“The Poem on the Mountain: A Chinese Reading of Yeats’s ‘Lapis Lazuli’”, Yeats Annual 19: Yeats's Mask (December, 2013), 53-80.
Yeats’s Mask (Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers, 2013), 259-287 http://www.openbookpublishers.com/product/233/yeatss-mask---yeats-annual-no--19
“Oscar Wilde’s Chinese Sage” China and the Irish (Dublin: New Island, 2009), 51-61.
“Comparing China and the West: Who Is Ready for the Challenge?” (with John G. Blair), ASIANetwork Exchange, 16 (Fall, 2008), 48-56.
“Framing Academic Discourse: East and West” in English Education and Liberal Education, ed. Sun Youzhong et al. (Beijing: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press, 2008), 307-320.
“China and the West: A Fresh Strategy against Provincialism” (with John G. Blair), Education About Asia 12:3 (Winter, 2007), 63-68.
Selected Works by Professor John G. Blair
Thinking through China (with Jerusha McCormack), Rowman & Littlefield (USA) August 2015.
Western Civilization with Chinese Comparisons (with Jerusha McCormack). A sourcebook of comparative readings. Shanghai: Fudan University Press, first edition 2006; second edition 2008; third edition, 2010.
Comparing Civilizations: China & the West: A Source Book (with Jerusha McCormack), New York: Global Scholarly Publications, 2013
“Comparing China and the West: Remedies for Cultural Amnesia” (with Jerusha McCormack), Comparative Studies of China and the West, 1 (Winter 2013), 33-39.
“Three Perspectives on 9/11: Entertainment, Politics, Mentality” in China Views Nine-Eleven: Essays in Transnational American Studies, eds. Priscilla Roberts, Mei Renyi & Yan Xunhua. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011, 402-421.
“Three Perspectives on 9/11: Entertainment, Politics, Mentality” Changes and Continuities: the United States after 9.11, ed. Mei Renyi & Fu Meirong, Beijing: World Affairs Press, 2009, 415-425 (in Chinese).
“Comparing China and the West: Who Is Ready for the Challenge” (with Jerusha McCormack), ASIANetwork Exchange, 16 (Fall, 2008), 48-56.
“Liberal Education at BFSU: A Pioneering Project” (with Jerusha McCormack), in English Education and Liberal Education, ed. Sun Youzhong et al, Beijing: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press, 2008, 262-277.
"'Feeling the Pulse' in the Chinese and Western Medical Traditions: The Importance of Qiemai as a Diagnostic Technique" (with Jerusha McCormack) in Thieme Almanac 2008: Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, ed. Michael McCarthy et al. (Stuttgart: Georg ThiemeVerlag, 2008), 331-338.
“Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth: Its Special Challenge to Chinese Environmentalists” Friends of Nature Newsletter (Beijing), 12 (Winter 2007), 26-28.
“China and the West: A Fresh Strategy against Provincialism” (with Jerusha McCormack), Education about Asia 12:3 (Winter, 2007), 63-68.
Selected Works by Dr Ross Holder
2016 - “Bridging Worlds: A Comparative Study on the Effects of Ethno-Religious Policies on China’s Muslims”. Book chapter in a forthcoming publication titled “Hui Muslims in China”. Editors: Gui Rong, Hacer Zekiye Gonul & Zhang Xiaoyan. NY: Cornell University Press
2015 - “Xinjiang's Anti-Extremist Policies: Ramifications for Uyghur Cultural Identity and its compatibility with International Human Rights Law”. British Association of Chinese Studies, China Postgraduate Network. Bristol University, UK. July 2, 3.
2014 - “Bridging Worlds: A Comparative Study on the Effects of Ethno-Religious Policies on China’s Muslims”. Workshop on Developing a Sense of Belonging: Muslims in Europe and Hui-Muslims in China. Gulen Chair for Intercultural Studies, KU Leuven, Belgium. May 14, 15.
2014 - “Uyghur religious and minority rights in north-western China”. PhD Presentation Workshop, School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies, Trinity College Dublin. January 20, 27.
2013 - “Human Rights and Religions in China”, Postgraduate Seminar, School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies, Trinity College Dublin. April 5.