|Died||June 22, 1966 (aged 62)|
|Other names||仁井田 陞|
Noboru Niida (仁井田陞 Niida Noboru, January 1, 1904-June 22, 1966) was a Japanese academic, historian of Chinese legal history and Professor Emeritus of Oriental Laws at the University of Tokyo (Todai).
In 1925, Niida began his studies at the University of Tokyo, where he would eventually be awarded his doctorate. Niida was a professor and legal history scholar at the University of Tokyo. Among the students he influenced was Denis Twitchett, who studied with him in Tokyo in 1953-54. He is known for having written Chinese legal System (中國法制史 Chūgoku hōsei shi) which has been the subject of a multi-year process of translation into English.
- 唐令拾遺 (1933)
- 中國の社會とギルド (1951)
- 中國の農村家族 (1952)
- 中國農村慣行調 (1952)
- 中國法制史 (1952)
- 中国の法と社會と歷史: 遺稿集 (1966)
- 中国の伝統と革命: 仁井田陞集 (1974)
- Imperial Academy, Imperial Prize, 1934 for A Reconstruction of the Administrative and Civil Code of the Tang Dynasty
- Library of Congress Authority File, Niida Noburu Niida
- Boyd, Kelly. (1999). Encyclopedia of Historians and Historical Writing, Vol. 2, pp. 875-876, p. 875, at Google Books.
- Pompeian, Edward. "Denis Twitchett, historian of China, dies at age 80," History News (US). March 22, 2006; retrieved 2011-08-12
- Yale University, East Rock Institute, East Asian Law Projects directed by Hseung Chun Koh, 2008; the translation of Chinese Legal History from Japanese into English was begun by Kwang Lim Koh at Yale Law School from 1963 to 1966; but he died before the project was complete. In 2007, Hesung Koh at Yale University and Haruka Kumamoto at the University of Tokyo resumed working on this project; retrieved 2011-08-13
- WorldCat Identities: 仁井田陞 1904-1966
- Japan Academy, Imperial Prize, 24th May 11, 1934; retrieved 2011-08-12
- Boyd, Kelly. (1999). Encyclopedia of Historians and Historical Writing. London: Fitzroy Dearborn. ISBN 9781884964336; OCLC 468449026
- Fukushima, Masao. "Profile of an Asian-minded man: Noburo Niida," in The Developing Economies, No 5-1, 1967. p. 173-190.
- Wright, Arthur F. and John Whitney Hall. "Supplement: Chinese and Japanese Historiography: Some Trends, 1961-1966," Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Vol. 371, (May, 1967), pp. 178–193.
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