From Chinese Religious Text Authority

Vincent Goossaert obtained his PhD at EPHE, Paris (Ecole pratique des hautes études, 1997), was a research fellow at CNRS (1998-2012) and is now Professor of Daoism and Chinese religions at EPHE, PSL; he has served as dean of its graduate school (2014-2018). He has been Visiting Professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Geneva University, and Renmin University. His research deals with the social history of Chinese religion in late imperial and modern times. He is co-editor of T’oung Pao, a leading journal in sinology established in 1890. His published monographs include L’interdit du bœuf en Chine. Agriculture, éthique et sacrifice (Paris: Collège de France, Institut des Hautes Études Chinoises, 2005) ; The Taoists of Peking, 1800-1949. A Social History of Urban Clerics (Cambridge: Harvard University Asia Center, 2007) ; The Religious Question in Modern China, with David A. Palmer (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2011; Levenson Prize 2013) ; Livres de morale révélés par les dieux (Paris: Belles-Lettres, 2012); Bureaucratie et salut. Devenir un dieu en Chine (Genève: Labor & Fides, 2017) ; and Heavenly Masters. Two Thousand Years of the Daoist State (forthcoming).

高万桑(Vincent Goossaert),1969年生于法国。1997年,在法国高等研究实践学院(EPHE)获得宗教学博士学位,论文题为《近代道教的建立—全真道》;次年成为法国国家科研中心专职研究员; 2012年,升EPHE宗教学系道教史教授。2017年当《通报》编辑.

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