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田 浩 HOYT CLEVELAND TILLMAN

Professor of Chinese History
School of International Letters & Cultures (480) 838-1895 (Home)
Arizona State University (480) 965-2480 (Office)
Tempe, AZ 85287-0202 (480) 965-6281 (Department)
E-Mail: Hoyt.Tillman@asu.edu (480) 965-0135 (Fax)

EDUCATIONAL DEGREES

Harvard University Ph.D. 1976 History and East Asian Languages
Harvard Graduate Prize Fellowship from Ford Foundation
(Includes IUP Stanford Center, Taipei, 1970-71)
Harvard University M.A. 1970 Regional Studies: East Asia
Ford Foundation’s University Graduate Prize Fellowship
National Defense Foreign Language Fellowship, 1968-69
University of Virginia M.A. 1968 History
Scholarship from Woodrow Wilson Foundation
Belhaven College ?B.A.? 1966 History
Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and
Universities

ACADEMIC TEACHING EMPLOYMENT

Arizona State University 1988 — Professor
(in the School of International Letters and Cultures
since August 2012; earlier in History Faculty,
merged into School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies, 2008.)
Barrett Honors College Honors Disciplinary Faculty;
Ph.D. Program in the Human and Social Dimensions
of Science and Technology, School of Life
Sciences.
Center for Asian Research, Council on EAS;
Biology & Society Program in the School of Life
Sciences;
Institute for Humanities Research;
Center for Study of Religion & Conflict;
Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance
Studies.
Renmin (People’s) University of China (2011-2016) Honorary Visiting Chair Professor,
School of History
Peking (Beijing) University fall 2010 Visiting Professor, International Academy ?????????for Chinese Studies
National Taiwan University spring 2009 National Science Council Chair Professor,
Department of History
Peking (Beijing) University fall 2003 Visiting Professor, Center for Studies of
Ancient (Premodern) Chinese History
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universit?t (Munich) fall 2000 Visiting Professor, Sinology
University of Washington winter-spring 1996? Visiting Professor
University of Hawaii summer 1994 Visiting Professor
Arizona State University 1981-88 Associate Professor? ?
Arizona State University 1976-81 Assistant Professor
Harvard University 1972-76 Teaching Fellow to Senior (Head)
Tutor, East Asian Studies

AWARD/PRIZE for ACHIEVEMENTS in RESEARCH (major ones)

Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Research Prize (Humboldt-Forschungspreis),
nominated and hosted by the Institut für Ostasienkunde—Sinologie,
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universit?t, München (Munich), Germany, 2000-01.
Peking University, Center for Studies of Ancient Chinese History, Beijing, Research
Affiliate, 2004-.
Renmin University of China, School of History, Honorary Chaired Professor, 2011-2016.
Hangzhou Shifan (Normal) University, (Honorary) Director of the International Song
Research Center within the Academy for China Learning (Guoxueyuan), 2011-

NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL GRANTS

Research Grants:?
U.S. Department of Education Fulbright-Hays Faculty Research Abroad, “Evaluating Revivals of Confucian Values in Contemporary China: A Case Study of the Zhu (Xi) Family Association,” January-December, 2010, for research at Huadong (East China) Normal University’s Institute for Research on Ancient Texts in Shanghai and at Peking University’s International Academy for China Studies in Beijing.
J. William Fulbright Foundation, Fulbright Senior Scholars Program, Council for
International Exchange of Scholars (CIES), US Department of State, alternate 2010-11.
Institute for Asian and Pacific Research, Japan; P.I. Professor Yuyama Tomiko included me in this grant, “Invention of Identities and Development of Pluralism -- from the Perspective of Asia/China,” 2010-2013.
Peking University’s International Academy for China Studies, Beijing, September-December, 2010.
National Science Council (Taiwan), research collaboration and teaching two courses at
National Taiwan University, January-July, 2009.
American Council of Learned Societies, “Tang Song Transition: An International Project for Reevaluating Tang – Song Change and Continuity,” Conference Planning Grant, 2005-06.
American Council of Learned Societies, CSCC Fellowship – American Research in the
Humanities in the PRC, for research at the Center for Studies of Ancient
Chinese History, Peking University, Beijing, July-December 2004.
J. William Fulbright Foundation, Fulbright Senior Scholars Program, Council for
International Exchange of Scholars (CIES), US Department of State, for research
at the Center for Studies of Ancient Chinese History, Peking University, Beijing,
2003-04.
Fulbright-Hays Faculty Research Abroad Program (U.S. Department of Education),
2003-04, declined.
Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Feodor Lynen-Forschungsstipendien;
postdoctoral grant for Dr. Christian Soffel (LMU, Munich) to do research
with me at ASU, 2002-03, renewed 2003-04.
Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation, research grant for joint project with Peking
University’s Zhongguo Gudaishi Yanjiu Zhongxin (Center for Studies of Ancient
Chinese History) and Academia Sinica’s Shiyusuo (Institute of History &
Philology), 2001-02 and 2002-03; non-cost extension to 8/2004.
Wu Foundation Grant, 1996-97.
Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation, senior scholar grant, 1994-95.
National Central Library, Center for Chinese Studies, visiting researcher grant,
Summer 1994.
Pacific Cultural Foundation, summer 1993.
American Council of Learned Societies, 1989-90.
National Endowment for the Humanities, 1988-89.
National Academy of Sciences, Committee for Scholarly Communications with China,
August 1991,May 1985, 1983-84, 1982-83.
Department of Education, Fulbright-Hays Faculty Research Abroad Program, 1982-83
(jointly with CSCC grant).
National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Stipend, 1980.
Publication Subvention Grant:
Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, for Cultural Authority and Political Culture in
?????? China, co-authored with Christian Soffel, Spring 2012.
Conference Grants:?
Academia Sinica (Taiwan) and the Institute for Study of Ancient Texts at Huadong
Normal University (Shanghai), funding enabled me to host an international
conference at Arizona State University on Zhu Xi’s Classical Learning and its ?????? Development and Influence in East Asia, May 7-8, 2012.
American Council of Learned Societies, conference on Cultural Values in North China
during the 12th and 13th Centuries, held in Dec. 1983 at Oracle Conference
Center, AZ, 1981. Project led by Stephen H. West.
Institutional Grant:
Japan Foundation, Support Program for Japanese Studies, Faculty Expansion Grant
Program, historian of pre-modern Japan.? Applied with colleague and project
director Winston Kahn, three-year grant, 1993-96.
Teaching Resources Grants (for revising or creating courses):
Department of Education through the East Asian Program, Center for Asian Studies,
Arizona State University, 1991.
Department of Education through the Southwest Institute for Research on Women,
1986.
Travel Grants:
Harvard University, Fairbank Center, International Conference on Benjamin Schwartz, sponsored by Harvard University and East China Normal University and the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, Dec., 2006.
Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation through University of Buffalo, for international
conference on Sanguo (Three Kingdoms) era culture, Sichuan, May-June, 2001.
National Central Library, Center for Chinese Studies, for international conference on
Chu Hsi Studies, November, 2000.
Academia Sinica, Institute of History and Philology, for special invited lectures, April-
May, 2000.
Academia Sinica, Institute for Chinese Literature and Philosophy, to attend the
International Conference on Chu Hsi Studies, Taiwan, May 1992.
National Academy of Sciences, Committee for Scholarly Communications with China,
to attend an international conference on Sung history, sponsored by Hebei
University and Peking University, Aug. 1991.
Chinese University of Hong Kong, to attend an international Sung history conference,
Hong Kong, July 1995.
American Council of Learned Societies, to attend an international conference on the
Sung, sponsored by the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Dec. 1984.

UNIVERSITY POSTDOCTORAL AWARDS

President Crow’s Investment in the Humanities program, with funding from his
award from the Carnegie Foundation, for launching “China’s Daos Today,” by six
ASU investigators headed by Stephen Bokenkamp, as well as with research
collaborators in China and from other U.S. universities, 2014-15.
Institute for Humanities Research Publication Subvention Grant, for Cultural
??????? ? Authority and Political Culture in China, December 2011.
Institute for Humanities Research Competitive Seed Grant Program, with Stephen
Bokenkamp, Huaiyu Chen, Yong-kyun Oh, 2009.
Asian Research Grant, ASU Center for Asian Research, 2006, 2007.
Interdisciplinary Fellow, Biology and Society Program, ASU, spring 2000.
A.T. Steele Travel Grant, Center for Asian Studies, 1998, 2002, 2003.
Publication subvention grant, ASU Vice-President for Research, CLAS Dean, &
History Dept., winter 1996-97.
College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, international travel grant to conference, 1996.
Teaching Enrichment Award, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, summer, 1995.
Humanities Research Award (from the Graduate College and the Interdisciplinary
Humanities Program), 1988, 1992.
History Associates Award to an Outstanding Faculty Member, 1987-88 (fourth year
of the award).
ASH (Arts, Social Science, Humanities) Grants, 1988, 1989, 1991.?
College Grant for Travel to International Conference, Xi'an, China, 1987.?
College Mini?Grants for Research Materials, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1992.
College Summer Research Program, 1986, 1987, 1989.
Graduate Research Assistant/Associate Support Program, 1985.
Sung China Conference Grant (half of travel to match grant from ACLS to attend
International Conference on the Sung in Hong Kong, Dec., 1985).
Dean's Research Award, College of Liberal Arts, summer 1981.
Provost's Research Incentive Award, 1981.
Dean's Research Enrichment Award, Graduate College, 1978.
Faculty Grant?In?Aid Awards, summers 1977, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1999.

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