Zoe Shan Lin

Assistant Professor, History
School: School of Humanities and Sciences



Referred Journal Entries:

  • 2019  “Navigating Networks: Personal Correspondence and Local Governance in Southern Song China, 1127-1279,” Journal of Chinese History , 3(1), 59-82
  • 2017  “Favoring Their Own: Grain Embargoes in Southern Song China,” Journal of Song-Yuan Studies. No.46. 169‒208.
  • 2009 “ ‘Shupu’ yu Songdai keju 書鋪與宋代科舉 (The “Book Stores” and the Civil Examination in the Song Dynasty) ,” Wenshi Zhishi 文史知識 (Chinese Literature and History), No.10. 88−93. (In Chinese.)
  • 2009 “Decang Tulufan wenxian zhong de songshi xizi canpian 德藏吐鲁番文献中的宋诗习字残片(A Copybook of a Poem Written by Qin Guan Found in Turpan),” Wen Xian 文獻(The Documentation), No.4. 26−34.  (In Chinese.)

Book Reviews:

Upcoming in 2022 Book Review: Charles Hartman. The Making of Song Dynasty History: Sources and Narratives, 960–1279 CE. Cambridge University Press, 2020. In Journal of Asian Studies, 81 (1), 2022. 

2019 Book Review: Patricia Buckley Ebrey and Paul Jakov Smith, ed. State Power in China, 900–1325. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2016. In Journal of Asian Studies, 78(2), 425-427.