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Ph.D., Columbia University

關於 傅健士教授

James D. Frankel,出生及成長於美國紐約,於哥倫比亞大學獲得東亞語言與文化系學士學位,及宗教系碩士及博士學位。Frankel教授主要研究範圍包括中國伊斯蘭教的歷史,學術興趣強調思想歷史與宗教和文化合一。他的博士論文考察晚明(1368-1644)清初(1644-1911)中國伊斯蘭學術文學,特別考查中國穆斯林文人劉智(約1660-約1730)之著作。 Frankel教授的第一本著作,Rectifying God's Name: Liu Zhi's Confucian Translation of Monotheism and Islamic Law(University of Hawaii Press, 2011),闡述了同一主題。他曾於中國居住,並經常到亞洲和歐洲旅遊,認識不少學者和穆斯林少數族群宗教領袖。Frankel教授任教並研究伊斯蘭教,比較宗教學,中國哲學與宗教,宗教原教旨主義及神秘主義。

    • Islam; History of Islam in China; Sufism; Chinese Philosophy; East Asian Religions; Comparative Religion; Mysticism; Religious Fundamentalism
    1.  “Global/Local Perspectives on Chinese Muslim Origin Narratives and Guangzhou's Islamic Heritage Sites” (RGC Ref No. 14602319) 2019-2021
    2. “Infrastructures of Faith: Religious Mobility on the Belt and Road” (RGC Ref No. C7052-18G) 2019-2021
    3. “Embracing the Sage: Sa’d ibn Abi Waqqas as Hui Cultural Hero and Muslim Saint” 2018
    4. “Islam in China and Global Chinese-Islamic Relations,” 2017
    5. “Re-Collecting the History of Chinese Islamic Art” 2016
    1. Islam in China. London: I.B. Tauris, 2021.
    2. “Muslim Blue, Chinese White: Islamic Calligraphy on Ming Blue-and-white Porcelain,” Orientations, Vol. 49, No. 2, March/April 2018.
    3. “Islamisation and Sinicisation: Inversions, Reversions and Alternate Versions of Islam in China,” in Peacock, A.C.S., ed. Islamisation: Comparative Perspectives from History. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2017.
    4. Making Manchus and Muslims: Cosmopolitan Identities in Qing China,” in Hu, Minghui and Elverskog, Johan, eds. Cosmopolitanism in China, 1600-1950. New York: Cambria Press, 2016. 
    5. “Chinese-Islamic Connections: An Historical and Contemporary Overview,” Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, 2016, Volume 36, Number 4.
    6. “Sharia in China: Compromising Perceptions,” in Timothy Daniels, ed. Sharia Dynamics and the Anthropology of Islam. Contemporary Anthropology of Religion Series. London: Palgrave Macmillan Press, 2016. 
    7. “Liu Zhi: The Great Integrator of Chinese Islamic Thought,” in Lipman, Jonathan N., ed.  Islamic Thought in China: Sino-Muslim Intellectual Evolution in the 17th-21st Centuries. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2016.
    8. “The ‘Problem’ of Muslim Diversity in China,” in Nadeau, Randall, ed. The Blackwell Companion to Chinese Religions. Oxford: Blackwell, 2012.
    9. Rectifying God’s Name: Liu Zhi’s Confucian Translation of Monotheism and Islamic Law. Honolulu: University of Hawaiʻi Press, 2011.
    10. “Uncontrived Concord: The Eclectic Sources and Syncretic Theories of Liu Zhi, a Chinese Muslim Scholar,” 2009, Journal of Islamic Studies, 20: 46-54.


    1. Substantiation, CUHK, 2020
    2. GRF Grant (PI), Hong Kong SAR Government, 2019
    3. CRF Grant (Co-PI), Hong Kong SAR Government, 2019
    4. Exemplary Teaching Award in GE (nominated), CUHK, 2019
    5. Abdul Aziz al-Mutawa Fellowship, Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, 2018
    6. Direct Grant for Research, CUHK, 2015
    7. Excellence in Teaching Award, Arts & Humanities, UH Mānoa, 2015
    8. Tenure and Promotion, University of Hawaii, 2012
    9. Junior Faculty Research Award, University of Hawaii, 2012
    10. National Resource Center for East Asia Grant, 2010-2014


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