Robert E. Murowchick (Boston University),
Lothar von Falkenhausen (University of California, Los Angeles),
and Chen Xingcan (Institute of Archaeology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences),
with the assistance of
Lai Guolong, Yang Nianqun, David J. Cohen,
Jeffrey Y. Kao, Leng Jian, Li Yung-ti, Nguyen Nam, and Polly A. Peterson
The discipline of archaeology owes an enormous debt to Prof. Kwang-chih Chang 張光直 (1931-2001), former John E. Hudson Professor Emeritus at Harvard University and Vice President of the Academia Sinica, Taipei, both for his contributions to theory and for his lifelong efforts to act as a bridge between scholars and students in Asia and in the West. In the pages of the Journal of East Asian Archaeology (Vol. 1, No. 1-4 ; Vol. 2, No. 1-2 ; and Vol. 3, No. 1-2 ), some forty academic papers in his honor were presented as a festschrift, providing a representative group of papers by his students and close colleagues that would reflect the wide range of research interests that he held and illustrate his enormous intellectual influence in archaeology, anthropology, and related fields. With the completion of the festschrift, and with the passing of Prof. Chang on January 3, 2001, from medical complications following a long and courageous battle with Parkinson's Disease, it will now be up to those who survive him to recall and push forward K.C.'s research.
We hope that archaeologists and other scholars of East Asia will take the opportunity to reexamine K.C.'s work from the past four decades in the light of the many new and very often surprising archaeological developments from Asia during the last few years. To assist in this exploration, we have assembled (with the help of many colleagues around the world) a bibliography of K.C.'s publications. The principal listing appeared in JEAA 1, with a supplementary listing in JEAA 3 (1-2) of additional publications and several corrections that came to the attention of the editors. A Chinese version of this bibliography was published in Remembering Kwang-Chih Chang: Archaeologist and Anthropologist (Si hai wei jia: Zhuinian kaogu xuejia Zhang Guangzhi), edited by Sun Xiaolin and published in 2002 by Sanlian Press in Beijing.
As a service to readers, we have merged the entries from these three published listings, along with several additional publications that later came to our attention into a downloadable PDF file. English translations are given for those works in other languages; in some cases, the English translation published in the journal might not exactly match the Chinese title. For those journal entries whose publishers are not obvious from the title, publisher and Chinese characters are provided at their first occurrence.