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The Institute of Ethnic Literature has, for the 30 years since its inception, contributed much to the study of ethnic cultures in China.
More than 130 books have been published, including field study cases, monographs, textual analysis, oral texts transcribed with annotations, illustrated fieldnotes, fieldwork reports, theoretical research, methodological exploration, a translations both from ethnic minority languages and foreign languages. 
 



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Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Journal of Humanities. Vol.1 Editor-in-chief: Chao Gejin Publisher: Shang Wu Yin Shu Guan (The Commercial Press) Contents Fei Xiaotong Plurality and Unity in the Configuration of the Chinese People Tang Yijie Towards a Chinese HermeneuticsSheng Ning Identification or Fabrication? Re-visioning De/Constructionist China Dreams Lu Jiande From Revolution to ...
Cultural Diversity and Identity of Ethnic Groups in West China and Beyond: Reports on Oral Traditions along the Silk Road (A Project Co-Sponsored by UNESCO & BIC of CASS) Editor-in-Chief: Chao Gejin A Brief English Introduction to the Present Project Co-Sponsored by UNESCO & BIC of CASS ________________________________________ From the hinterlands of the north, to the lush jungles in t...
by Jambian Gyamco & Zhou Aimin The intention of our compilation of this illustrated album of the epic lies in the follwing considerations:It is a long-stand-ing culture and tradition shared by different countries around the world to adapt classic works in light,popular forms. Not only foreign masterpieces,such as the Bible and Buddhist Scriptures,but also China’s four famous classical ...
Chao Gejin朝戈金. Kochuan shishi xue: Ranpile "Jiangge"er"chengshi jufa yanjiu 口传史诗诗学:冉皮勒《江格尔》程序句法研究 [Oral Poetics: Formulaic Diction of Arimpil"s Jangar Singing]. Nanning 南宁: Guangxi renmin chubanshe 广西人民出版社, 2000. 19+328 pages Introduction by Zhong Jinwen (钟敬文),contents of all 6 chapters, glossary, diction illustrations, script rule, photographs, interviews, references. Hardcove...
Mountain Patterns: The Survival of Nuosu Culture in China. By Stevan Harrell, Bamo Qubumo, and Ma Erzi. (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2000. Pp. 64, 115 color and black-and-white photographs). Mountain Patterns is the companion text to an extensive exhibit by the same name on Nuosu culture held recently at the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture at the University of Washington,...
Research on Shamanistic Texts of the Manchu Ethnic Minority Author: Song Heping and Meng Huiying This is a monograph based on the translation, sorting and review of handwritten texts which pertain to shamanistic sacrificial activities among the Manchu people. It draws on materials from the author"s collection and other people"s contribution. The book presents both the specific analysis and tran...
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Journal of Studies of Ethnic Literature (SEL)
The Journal was founded in November 1983. The current Editor-in-chief is Prof. GUAN, Jixin...
Publications
Book Review: Oral Poetics: Formulaic Diction of Arimpil
Chao Geji朝戈金. Kochuan shishi xue: Ranpile "Jiangge"er"chengshi jufa yanjiu 口传史诗诗学...
Thangka Paintings: An Illustrated Manual of the Tibetan Epic Gesar
The intention of our compilation of this illustrated album of the epic lies in the follwing considerations...
Scholars
Chao Gejin
Chao Gejin (Chogjin) is a Mongolian from Hohhot, received his Ph.D. in Folklore from Beijing Normal University. He serves as Senior Researcher as well as Deputy Director of Institute of Ethnic Literature, CASS...
郎樱
Lang Ying is Han. She was educated at Central Institute for Nationalities with distinction of Uygur language and literature from 1960 to 1965.
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