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David N. Keightley F'84, F'83, F'75, F'72

Professor Emeritus
University of California, Berkeley
deceased
last updated: 12/15/17

China Studies Program Postdoctoral Fellowships 1984
Professor of History
University of California, Berkeley
The world of the royal diviner: Temperament and mentality in late Shang China

China Studies Program Postdoctoral Fellowships 1983
University of California, Berkeley
The world of the royal diviner: Temperament and mentality in late Shang China

China Studies Program Postdoctoral Fellowships 1975
Assistant Professor of History
University of California, Berkeley
Studies in Shang history (The Chinese Oracle Inscriptions, ca. 1200-1050 B.C.) and Shang religion

China Studies Program Postdoctoral Fellowships 1972
Assistant Professor of History
University of California, Berkeley
The origins of Chinese political culture

Publications

Early China, 13-15. U of California, 1988.

The Origins of Chinese Civilization. U of California P, 1983.