Pauline Lin

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Senior Lecturer; DUS, East Asian Languages & Literatures
203-432-2938
Address: 
434 Temple St, Room 304, New Haven, CT 06511
Areas of interest : 
Early Chinese Visual Culture; Chinese Bibliography; Classical Chinese
Region: 
China

Courses

CHNS 170

Introduction to Literary Chinese I

Reading and interpretation of texts in various styles of literary Chinese (wenyan), with attention to basic problems of syntax and literary style.

Term: Fall 2018
Day/Time: T,Th 9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
CHNS 570

Introduction to Literary Chinese I

Reading and interpretation of texts in various styles of literary Chinese (wenyan), with attention to basic problems of syntax and literary style.

Term: Fall 2018
Day/Time: T,Th 9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
EALL 233, HSAR 417

History of Chinese Imperial Parks and Private Gardens

Study of notable parks and private gardens of China, spanning from the 2nd century BCE to contemporary China. Themes include the history, politics, and economics surrounding construction of parks; garden designs and planning; cultural representations of the garden; and modern reinterpreted landscapes. Some sessions meet in the Yale University Art Gallery.

Term: Spring 2019
Day/Time: W 9:25 AM - 11:15 AM
EALL 300

Sinological Methods

A research course in Chinese studies, designed for students with background in modern and literary Chinese. Exploration and evaluation of the wealth of primary sources and research tools available in Chinese. For native speakers of Chinese, introduction to the secondary literature in English and instruction in writing professionally in English on topics about China. Topics include the compilation and development of Chinese bibliographies; bibliophiles’ notes; editions, censorship, and textual variation and reliability; specialized dictionaries; maps and geographical gazetteers; genealogies and biographical sources; archaeological and visual materials; and major Chinese encyclopedias and compendia.

Term: Fall 2018
Day/Time: F 1:30 PM - 3:20 PM
EALL 600

Sinological Methods

A research course in Chinese studies, designed for students with background in modern and literary Chinese. Exploration and evaluation of the wealth of primary sources and research tools available in Chinese. For native speakers of Chinese, introduction to the secondary literature in English and instruction in writing professionally in English on topics about China. Topics include the compilation and development of Chinese bibli­ographies; bibliophiles’ notes; editions, censorship, and textual variation and reliability; specialized dictionaries; maps and geographical gazetteers; genealogies and biographi­cal sources; archaeological and visual materials; and major Chinese encyclopedias and compendia.

Term: Fall 2018
Day/Time: F 1:30 PM - 3:20 PM