Anne Cheng

Cheng in 2008 Anne Cheng (born 11 July 1955) is a French Sinologist who teaches at the Collège de France and specializes in Chinese history and the history of Chinese philosophy. Pablo Ariel Blitstein, the author of "A new debate about alterity," describes her as an "important representative of French sinology".

She was born in Paris in 1955 to Chinese parents, academic François Cheng and a painter, who later became French citizens. Anne Cheng graduated from the ''École Normale Supérieure''. She has taught and conducted research on sinology for the ''Centre national de la recherche scientifique'' (CNRS), and the ''Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales'' (INALCO). She has had appointments to the ''Institut universitaire de France'' and the ''Collège de France''. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Anne Cheng
Published 2013
Collège de France
... vision of the country. To break free of these tenacious clichés, Anne Cheng proposes that we listen...

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by Anne Cheng
Published 2009
Collège de France
... inquiétante. Pour sortir de ces clichés tenaces, Anne Cheng nous propose d’exercer notre oreille à capter ce...