Dr. Daniel Burton-Rose

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Internationales Kolleg für Geisteswissenschaftliche Forschung "Schicksal, Freiheit und Prognose. Bewältigungsstrategien in Ostasien und Europa"
Hartmannstr. 14
91052 Erlangen

Home Institution: Department of History, North Carolina State University Raleigh

IKGF Visiting Fellow May 2017 – July 2017

IKGF Research Project:

Elite Religiosity in Late Imperial Suzhou: Peng Dingqiu (1645-1719) and Self-Fashioned Literati Piety

Curriculum Vitae

Daniel Burton-Rose received his MA in the Asian Languages and Civilizations Department of the University of Colorado, Boulder, in 2009. In 2016, Burton-Rose obtained his doctorate from the Department of East Asian Studies at Princeton University. Currently a Post-Doctoral Teaching Fellow in the History Department at the North Carolina State University, he is working on a manuscript titled Elite Religiosity in Late Imperial Suzhou: Peng Dingqiu (1645-1719) and Self-Fashioned Literati Piety. He has published in Daoism: Religion, History and Society, contributed to the anthology Transgender China (Palgrave-Macmillan, 2012), and has a forthcoming piece in Asian Medicine: Tradition and Modernity. His work can be viewed at: Website Daniel Burton-Rose

Selected Publications


2016 Desiderata for the Principles of Compilation of a Canon of Buddhism and Medicine: A Consumer's Guide to the Zhongguo Fojiao yiyao quanshu, in: Asian Medicine: Tradition and Modernity (Special Issue on Buddhism and Healing), v. 11.
2015 A Prolific Spirit: Peng Dingqiu's Posthumous Career on the Spirit Altar, 1720-1906, in: Daoism: Religion, History and Society, 7, pp. 7-63.
2012 Gendered Androgyny: Transcendent Ideals and Profane Realities in Buddhism, Classicism, and Daoism, in: Transgender China, ed. by Howard Chiang, New York: Palgrave-Macmillan, pp. 67-95.