Hoyt Tillman

Hoyt Tillman

School of International Letters and Cultures

Hoyt Tillman (Tian Hao) teaches courses on Chinese cultural and intellectual history from antiquity to the present, as well as pre-Qing history and the history of medicine in China. English books include Confucian Discourse and Chu Hsi’s Ascendancy (1992); Utilitarian Confucianism: Chien Liang’s Challenge to Chu Hsi (1982); Ch’en Liang on Law and the Public Interest (1994); Business as a Profession: The Autobiography of Mr. Wu Ho-su (2002); and he also co-edited with Stephen West, China Under Jurchen Rule (1995). His major books in Chinese include: Zhu Xi de siwei shijie (Zhu Xi’s World of Thought) (2008 & 2009); Pangguan Zhuzixue (Bystander’s Perspectives on Zhu Xi Studies) (2011); and Gonglizhuyi de rujia (Utilitarian Confucianism) (1997). He also edited Songdai sixiangshi lun (Discussions of Song-era Intellectual History) (2003), and Wenhua yu lishi de zhuisuo (Cultural and Historical Explorations) (2009), as well as co-edited two volumes of essays with colleagues in China.

HOYT.TILLMAN@asu.edu