Charlotte L. Beahan

Charlotte Beahan


Short-Term Language Enhancement Program, Peking University, 2002
Ph.D., Columbia University, 1976
M.A., Columbia University, 1969
B.A., Michigan State University, 1967


“Recent Scholarship on Women in Literature and on the Concept of the Body in China,” Journal of Women’s History 8.4 (Winter 1997): 177-186.
"Private Initiative and Education for Girls and Women in the Late Ch'ing," Annals, Southeast Conference, Association for Asian Studies, 1991.
"Non-Western Fiction in Teaching World Civilization," with Melvin E. Page, Teaching History (United Kingdom: University of Cambridge), February 1986.
"One Woman's View of the Early Chinese Communist Movement: The Autobiography of Mme Zhang Guotao," Republican China (November 1984).
"In the Public Eye: Women in Early Twentieth Century China," in Women in China: Current Directions in Historical Scholarship. Richard W. Guisso and Stanley Johannesen, eds. Historical Reflections/Reflexions Historiques Direction Series no. 3 Philo Press, 1981.
"Feminism and Nationalism in the Women's Press," Modern China (October, 1975)

Publications: Translations from the Chinese

Liang En-yuan, "The Legalist School Was the Product of Great Social Change in the Spring and Autumn-Warring States Period," in Chinese Studies in Philosophy (Fall 1976): 4-20.
T'ang Hsiao-wen, "Why Is Hsun-tzu Called a Legalist?", in Chinese Studies in Philosophy (Fall 1976): 21-35.
Chin Wei, "The Struggle between Two World Views on the Understanding of the Human Body," in Chinese Studies in Philosophy (Fall 1976):35-66.
Lo Hsiang-lin, "An Inquiry into the Doctrinal System of Confucius from the Lun-yu," in Chinese Studies in Philosophy (Fall 1976): 57-76.
Wu Ching-hsiung, "The Thought of Confucius and Chinese Culture, " in Chinese Studies in Philosophy (fall 1976): 77-88.
Kung Tun, "Learn from Lenin's Theories on the Problem of the Critical Acceptance of the Literary Heritage, " in Chinese Studies in Philosophy (Winter 1973-1974): 21-40.
Wang Hsueh-wen, "Several Questions on the Method of Moving from the Abstract to the Concrete in Capital," in Chinese Studies in Philosophy (Winter 1973-1974): 59-73.
T'ien Ch'ang-wu, "Methodological Problems in the Study of the History of Philosophy from an Evaluation of Wang Ch'ung," in Chinese Studies in Philosophy (Fall-Winter 1972-1973).
Hsiao Hua, "With Mao Tse-tung Thought as Our Guide, Carry on Living Ideological Education," in Chinese Studies in Philosophy (Fall 1971): 19-43.

Research Interests

East Asian Studies; Chinese History; Women's Rights in China.