Craig A Smith is a Lecturer in Translation Studies in the Asia Institute at the University of Melbourne. Craig's studies of twentieth century intellectual history and contemporary Chinese intellectual thought are largely related to his interest in Chinese efforts to engage with or abrogate continued Western hegemony.
His articles on the history of translation and regionalism have appeared in journals such as Modern Chinese Literature and Culture, Twentieth-Century China, and Cross-currents. He is an active translator and has translated works by numerous Chinese intellectuals and historians.
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Chinese Asianism in the Early Republic: Guomindang intellectuals and the brief internation..
The Rise of Mainland China’s New Confucianism and the Return of Spirituality to Politics
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“Qingmo de ZhongRi hezuo: Riben Hengbin datong xuexiao wei yanjiu duixiang” 清末的中日合作：日本橫濱大同學校為研究對象 [Sino-Japanese Cooperation in the Late Qing Dynasty: The Datong School in Yokohama].
Book Chapter | 2017
The establishment of the Datong Schools in Yokohama and Tokyo is a symbol of Chinese intellectual efforts to confront the crisis b..
China as the Leader of the Weak and Small: The Ruoxiao Nations and Guomindang Nationalism
Craig A Smith
Journal article | 2017 | Cross-Currents: East Asian History and Culture Review
Frustrated with the “white imperialism” of the League of Nations and the “red imperialism” of the Third Communist International, a..
Lecturer In Translation Studies (Chinese)
Doctor of Philosophy
University of British Columbia
Master of Arts Taiwan Literature
National Chung Cheng University
Master of Arts, Chinese Literature
University of Alberta