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Dr Rafe de Crespigny's Curriculum Vitae.

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Emperor Huan and Emperor Ling  
The complete text of Emperor Huan and Emperor Ling: being the Chronicle of Later Han for the years 157 to 189 AD as recorded in Chapters 54 to 59 of the Zizhi tongjian of Sima Guang, translated and annotated by Rafe de Crespigny. Asian Studies Monographs, New Series No. 12, Faculty of Asian Studies, The Australian National University, Canberra 1989 [ISBN 0 7315 0655 3]. Internet publication October 2003.[This version includes maps but not characters]
To Establish Peace volume 1  
The complete text of To Establish Peace: being the Chronicle of the Later Han dynasty for the years 189 to 220 AD as recorded in Chapters 59 to 69 of the Zizhi tongjian of Sima Guang [volume 1: Chapters 59-63, 189-200], translated and annotated by Rafe de Crespigny. Asian Studies Monographs, New Series No. 21, Faculty of Asian Studies, The Australian National University, Canberra 1996 ISBN 0 7315 2526 4 [ISBN of the set 0 7315 2537 X]. Internet publication January 2004. [This version includes maps but not characters]
To Establish Peace volume 2  
The complete text of To Establish Peace: being the Chronicle of the Later Han dynasty for the years 189 to 220 AD as recorded in Chapters 59 to 69 of the Zizhi tongjian of Sima Guang [volume 2: Chapters 64-69, 201-220], translated and annotated by Rafe de Crespigny. Asian Studies Monographs, New Series No. 21, Faculty of Asian Studies, The Australian National University, Canberra 1996 ISBN 0 7315 2536 1 [ISBN of the set 0 7315 2537 X]. Internet publication January 2004. [This version includes maps but not characters]
The Northern Frontier of Later Han   
The Government and Geography of the Northern Frontier of Later Han, being Chapter 1 of Northern Frontier: the policies and strategy of the Later Han Empire by Rafe de Crespigny. Asian Studies Monographs, New Series No. 4, Faculty of Asian Studies, The Australian National University, Canberra 1984 ISBN 0 86784 410 8. Internet publication April 2004. [This version includes a general map and some summary annotations but no characters or detailed notes.]
Later Han and the Xiongnu   
The Division and Destruction of the Xiongnu Confederacy in the first and second centuries AD, [Turkish: "Hun Konfederasyonu'nun Bölünmesi ve Yikilmasi"], being a paper published in The Turks [Yeni TürkiyeMedya Hismetleri-Murat Ocak], Ankara 2002, 256-243 & 749-757. Internet publication April 2004. [This version includes a map and notes but no characters]
Later Han Civil Administration
Based on the Introduction to Emperor Huan and Emperor Ling: being the Chronicle of Later Han for the years 157 to 189 AD as recorded in Chapters 54 to 59 of the Zizhi tongjian of Sima Guang, translated and annotated by Rafe de Crespigny. Asian Studies Monographs, New Series No. 12, Faculty of Asian Studies, The Australian National University, Canberra 1989 [ISBN 0 7315 0655 3].[This version does not include footnotes or characters]
Later Han Military Organisation
Extract from the Introduction to To Establish Peace: being the Chronicle of Later Han for the years 189 to 220 AD as recorded in Chapters 59 to 69 of the Zizhi tongjian of Sima Guang, translated and annotated by Rafe de Crespigny. Asian Studies Monographs, New Series No. 21, Faculty of Asian Studies, The Australian National University, Canberra 1996 [ISBN 0 7315 2537 X]. [This version does not include footnotes or characters]
The Three Kingdoms and Western Jin: a history of China in the Third Century AD   
An article published in East Asian History [ISSN 1036-6008], The Australian National University, Canberra no. 1 [June 1991], pp. 1-36, & no. 2 [December 1991], pp. 143-164. Internet publication last revised November 2003.
 
Generals of the South
The complete text of Generals of the South: the foundation and early history of the Three Kingdoms state of Wu by Rafe de Crespigny. Asian Studies Monographs, New Series No. 16, Faculty of Asian Studies, The Australian National University, Canberra 1990 ISBN 0 7315 0901 3: Internet publication March 2004.[This version includes maps but not characters.]
South China under the Later Han Dynasty
Chapter One from Generals of the South: the foundation and early history of the Three Kingdoms state of Wu by Rafe de Crespigny, in Asian Studies Monographs, New Series No. 16, Faculty of Asian Studies, The Australian National University, Canberra 1990 [ISBN 0 7315 0901 3] [This version does not include footnotes or characters]
 
South China during Han
"South China in the Han period," being a paper published in Ancient Chinese and Southeast Asian Bronze Age Cultures: the proceedings of a conference held at the Edith and Joy London Foundation property, Kioloa, NSW, 8-12 February 1988, edited by F David Bulbeck, with others edited and translated by Noel Barnard, Taipei 1996-97, II, 759-768: Internet publication May 2004.[This version includes a map and notes but no characters.]
Poems and Rhapsodies
Some Poems and Rhapsodies of the Later Han and Three Kingdoms, translated by Rafe de Crespigny.
Man from the Margin: Cao Cao and the Three Kingdoms
The Fifty-first George Ernest Morrison Lecture in Ethnology, 1990.
Ladies of the Court of Emperor Huan of Han   
Collection of biographies of a number of the woman at the court of Emperor Huan, whose harem was celebrated and widely criticised. Work in progress for a full biographical dictionary of Later Han being compiled by E J Brill of Leiden. Internet publication last revised February 2004.