List of Tangutologists

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This list of Tangutologists includes those scholars who have made notable contributions to Tangutology (the study of Tangut people, their culture, religion, history, language and writing system).

Picture Name Dates Nationality Significant contributions
Arakawa at the International Tangut Encoding Conference, Beijing, December 2013 Arakawa Shintarō
荒川慎太郎
b. 1971 Japan "Tangut Rhyme Dictionary" (1997)
Tangut-Russian-English-Chinese Dictionary' (2006)
Portrait of Bushell circa 1880–1890 Stephen Wootton Bushell 1844–1908 UK "The Hsi Hsia Dynasty of Tangut, their Money and Peculiar Script" (1985–1986)
"The Tangut script in the Nan K'ou Pass" (1899)
Bai Bin
白濱[1]
b. 1936 China Study of the Sea of Characters (1983)
Researches in Tangut History (1989)
Gerard Clauson[2] 1891–1974 UK Skeleton Dictionary of the Hsi-Hsia Language (1937–1938, unpublished)
Gabriel Devéria 1844–1899 France "L'Écriture du Royaume de Si-Hia ou Tangout" (1898).[3]
Ruth W. Dunnell b. 1950 USA "The 1094 Sino-Tangut Gantong Stupa Stele Inscription of Wuwei" (1988)
The Great State of White and High: Buddhism and State Formation in Eleventh-Century Xia (1996)
Imre Galambos at the Institute of Oriental Manuscripts, St. Petersburg. July 2010. Imre Galambos b. 1967 Hungary "The Tangut translation of the General's Garden by Zhuge Liang" (2011)
Gong Hwang-cherng
龔煌城
1934–2010 Taiwan "The phonological reconstruction of Tangut through examination of phonological alternations" (1989)
Eric Grinstead b. 1921 New Zealand The Tangut Tripitaka (1971)
Analysis of the Tangut Script (1972)
Han Xiaomang at the International Tangut Encoding Conference, Beijing, December 2013 Han Xiaomang
韓小忙[4]
b. 1963 China Study of the Sea of Characters (1983)
Researches in Tangut History (1989)
Huang Zhenhua
黃振華[5]
1930–2003 China Study of the Sea of Characters (1983)
Researches in Tangut History (1989)
Aleksei Ivanovich Ivanov 1878–1937 Russia "Monuments de l'écriture tangout" (1920)
Guillaume Jacques at SOAS, University of London in April 2013 Guillaume Jacques France "The origin of vowel alternations in the Tangut verb" (2009)
"The structure of the Tangut verb" (2011)
Vsevolod Sergeevich Kolokolov[6] 1896–1979 Russia Chinese Classics in Tangut Translation (1966)
Sea of Characters (1969)
Ksenia Kepping and Frances Wood at the British Library in 2001 Ksenia Kepping[7] 1937–2002 Russia Sea of Characters (1969)
Sunzi in Tangut translation (1979)
Morphology of the Tangut Language (1985)
"Tangut Ritual Language" (1996)
Luc Kwanten b. 1943 Belgium The Timely Pearl: A 12th Century Tangut-Chinese Glossary (1982)
"The Phonological hypothesis of the Hsi Hsia [Tangut] Language," (1984)
"Special Research Problems in Hsi Hsia [Tangut] History and Linguistics" (1985)
"The Structure of the Tangut [Hsi Hsia] characters" (1989)
Kychanov in his office in 2012 Evgenij Ivanovich Kychanov[8] 1932–2013 Russia Chinese Classics in Tangut Translation (1966)
Essay on the History of the Tangut State (1968)
Sea of Characters (1969)
Tangut-Russian-English-Chinese Dictionary' (2006)
Li Fanwen
李範文[9]
b. 1932 China Study of the Homophones (1986)
Tangut-Chinese Dictionary (1997, 2008)
Lin Ying-chin at the International Tangut Encoding Conference, Beijing, December 2013 Lin Ying-chin
林英津[10]
b. 1955 Taiwan Study of the Tangut translation of "Sunzi's Art of War" (1994)
Luo Zhenyu Luo Zhenyu
羅振玉[11]
1866–1940 China Collection of Western Xia Official Seals (1927)
Luo Fucheng Luo Fucheng
羅福成[12]
1885–1960 China Study of the Lotus Sutra in Tangut (1914)
Luo Fuchang Luo Fuchang
羅福萇[13]
1895–1921 China Brief Explanation of the Western Xia Script (1914)
Luo Fuyi
羅福頤[14]
1905–1981 China Collected Study of Official Seals of the Western Xia (1982)
Miyake at the British Museum, February 2015 Marc Miyake b. 1971 USA "Sketch of Pre-Tangut" (2012)
Georges Morisse d. 1910 France "Contribution préliminaire à l'étude de l'écriture et de la langue si-hia" (1904) — study of the Tangut translation of the Saddharma Puṇḍarīka (Lotus Sutra).[15]
Nevsky with his wife and daughter, Japan 1929 Nikolai Aleksandrovich Nevsky[16] 1892–1937 Russia "A Brief Manual of the Si-Hia Characters with Tibetan Transcriptions" (1926)
Tangut Philology (1960)
Nie Hongyin at the International Tangut Encoding Conference, Beijing, December 2013 Nie Hongyin
聶鴻音[17]
b. 1954 China "Study of the phonetic symbols used in the Pearl in the Palm" (1987)
"Tangutology During the Past Decades" (1993)
Nishida Tatsuo
西田龍雄[18]
1928–2012 Japan Study of the Hsi-Hsia Language (1964)
Language and Culture of the Tangut Kingdom (1997)
Niu Dasheng
牛达生[19]
b. 1933 China The Western Xia Square Pagoda at Baisigou (2005)
Shi Jinbo in traditional Yi dress in 1961 Shi Jinbo
史金波[20]
b. 1940 China Study of the Sea of Characters (1983)
Brief History of Buddhism in the Western Xia (1988)
Study of Western Xia Publishing (2004)
A Course in Tangut 西夏文教程 (2013)
Mikhail Viktorovich Sofronov[21] b. 1929 Russia Grammar of the Tangut Language (1968)
Sun Bojun at the International Tangut Encoding Conference, Beijing, December 2013 Sun Bojun
孫伯君[22]
b. 1966 China "Sanskrit-Chinese phonetic transcriptions and the Northwest Chinese dialect in Tangut translations of sūtras" (2007)
Tai Chung-pui at the International Tangut Encoding Conference, Beijing, December 2013 Tai Chung-pui
戴忠沛[23]
China "Collation of five newly seen Tangut fragments with Tibetan transcription" (2009)
Anatoly Pavlovich Terentev-Katansky[24] 1934–1998 Russia Book Publishing in the Tangut State (1981)
Sea of Characters (1969)
Wang Jingru
王静如[25]
1903–1990 China "Notes on the Chinese and Tibetan transcriptions of the Hsi-hsia (Tangutan) language" (1930)
Research on the Western Xia (1933)
"Introduction to the Phonetic System of the Tangut Language" (1982)
Andrew West at the Cloud Platform at Juyongguan, December 2013 Andrew West b. 1960 UK "Musical Notation for Flute in Tangut Manuscripts" (2012)

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "白滨 (Bai Bin)". Ningxia University. 2 December 2010. Retrieved 2012-10-26. 
  2. ^ Grinstead, Eric (1972). Analysis of the Tangut Script. Scandinavian Institute of Asian Studies Monograph Series no. 10. Studentlitteratur. p. 51. ISBN 91-44-09191-5. 
  3. ^ van Driem, George (2001). Handbuch Der Orientalistik. Brill. p. 458. ISBN 9789004120624. 
  4. ^ "韩小忙 (Han Xiaomang)". Ningxia University. 8 December 2010. Retrieved 2012-10-26. 
  5. ^ "黄振华 (Huang Zhenhua)". Ningxia University. 8 December 2010. Retrieved 2012-10-26. 
  6. ^ "Всеволод Сергеевич Колоколов". Institute of Oriental Manuscripts. Retrieved 2012-10-26. 
  7. ^ "Ксения Борисовна Кепинг". Institute of Oriental Manuscripts. Retrieved 2012-10-26. 
  8. ^ "Evgeny Ivanovich Kychanov". Institute of Oriental Manuscripts. Retrieved 2012-10-26. 
  9. ^ "李范文 (Li Fanwen)". Ningxia University. 2 December 2010. Retrieved 2012-10-26. 
  10. ^ "林英津". Institute of Linguistics, Academic Sinica. Retrieved 2014-01-14. 
  11. ^ "罗振玉 (Luo Zhenyu)". Ningxia University. 8 December 2010. Retrieved 2012-10-26. 
  12. ^ "罗福成 (Luo Fucheng)". Ningxia University. 8 December 2010. Retrieved 2012-10-26. 
  13. ^ "罗福苌 (Luo Fuchang)". Ningxia University. 8 December 2010. Retrieved 2012-10-26. 
  14. ^ "罗福颐 (Luo Fuyi)". Ningxia University. 8 December 2010. Retrieved 2012-10-26. 
  15. ^ van Driem, George (2001). Handbuch Der Orientalistik. Brill. p. 458. ISBN 9789004120624. 
  16. ^ "Николай Александрович Невский". Institute of Oriental Manuscripts. Retrieved 2012-10-26. 
  17. ^ "聂鸿音 (Nie Hongyin)". Ningxia University. 2 December 2010. Retrieved 2012-10-26. 
  18. ^ Grinstead, Eric (1972). Analysis of the Tangut Script. Scandinavian Institute of Asian Studies Monograph Series no. 10. Studentlitteratur. p. 51. ISBN 91-44-09191-5. 
  19. ^ "牛达生 (Niu Dasheng)". Ningxia University. 2 December 2010. Retrieved 2012-10-26. 
  20. ^ "史金波 (Shi Jinbo)". Ningxia University. 2 December 2010. Retrieved 2012-10-26. 
  21. ^ "Михаил Викторович Софронов". Institute of Oriental Manuscripts. Retrieved 2012-10-26. 
  22. ^ "孙伯君 (Sun Bojun)". Ningxia University. 2 December 2010. Retrieved 2012-10-26. 
  23. ^ "Researchers: Dr. Tai Chung Pui". University of Hong Kong. Retrieved 2014-10-29. 
  24. ^ "Анатолий Павлович Терентьев-Катанский". Institute of Oriental Manuscripts. Retrieved 2012-10-26. 
  25. ^ "王静如 (Wang Jingru)". Ningxia University. 8 December 2010. Retrieved 2012-10-26. 

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