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#### Thèmes de recherche - La Chine, 221 AEC-907 EC, surtout la période de désunion, 220-618 EC - Histoire, historiographie et sociologie des sciences exactes - Polymathie et l’intrication entre sciences, études classiques, politique, religions, sport et éthique - Graphologie et études manuscrites #### Parcours - **Chargé de recherche**, [CRCAO](http://www.crcao.fr/) (UMR 8155), Collège de France, EPHE, CNRS, PSL Research University, Univ Paris Diderot, Sorbonne Paris Cité (2019-présent) ; [Laboratoire SPHERE](http://www.sphere.univ-paris-diderot.fr/) (UMR 7219), CNRS, Univ Paris Diderot, Univ Paris Panthéon Sorbonne (2015-2019). - Chercheur postdoctoral, [projet européen SAW](http://sawerc.hypotheses.org/), Laboratoire SPHERE, CNRS-Université Paris Diderot (2013-2015) - PhD, 2013, University of Chicago, Department of East Asian Languages & Civilizations. - BA, 2003, University of Washington, Department of Asian Languages & Literature #### Projets - Chef de sous-projet, projet NSSFC [*Zhongguo lifa tongshi yanjiu* 中國曆法通史研究](http://www.npopss-cn.gov.cn/n1/2015/1222/c400732-27961907.html), porté par Qu Anjing 曲安京, Northwestern University, Xi'an (2016-2020). - Membre, projet PSL *[Table Analysis Method for the History of the Astral Sciences](http://tamas.hypotheses.org/author/tamas)* (TAMAS), porté par Matthieu Husson, CNRS-SYRTE, (2016-présent). - Membre, projet européen *[Mathematical Sciences in the Ancient World](http://sawerc.hypotheses.org/)* (SAW), porté par Karine Chemla, Agathe Keller et Christine Proust, CNRS-SPHERE (2013-2016). #### Activités professionnelles - Membre du comité éditorial de la série *Why the Sciences of the Ancient World Matter*, Springer. - Éditeur anglophone, *Études chinoises* (2016-présent) #### Popularisation - Membre, Comité scientifique et culturel Cosmovisions, une exposition collaborative sur l'histoire de la cosmologie jusqu'à nos jours organisée par Universcience (Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie & Palais de le Découverte) et le Museo de las Ciencias de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, (2015–2017).
#### Research interests - China, 221 BCE–907 CE, especially the Period of Disunion, 220–618 CE - History, historiography and sociology of the exact sciences - Polymathy and the entanglement of the sciences, classical studies, politics, religion, sport and ethics - Graphology and manuscript studies #### Positions and degrees - **Researcher (CRCN)**, [CRCAO](http://www.crcao.fr/) (UMR 8155), Collège de France, EPHE, CNRS, PSL Research University, Univ Paris Diderot, Sorbonne Paris Cité (2019–present); [Laboratoire SPHERE](http://www.sphere.univ-paris-diderot.fr/) (UMR 7219), CNRS, Univ Paris Diderot, Univ Paris Panthéon Sorbonne (2015–2019). - Postdoctoral researcher, [ERC project SAW](http://sawerc.hypotheses.org/), Laboratoire SPHERE, CNRS-Université Paris Diderot (2013–2015) - PhD, 2013, University of Chicago, Department of East Asian Languages & Civilizations. - BA, 2003, University of Washington, Department of Asian Languages & Literature #### Projects - Sub-project leader, NSSFC project [*Zhongguo lifa tongshi yanjiu* 中國曆法通史研究](http://www.npopss-cn.gov.cn/n1/2015/1222/c400732-27961907.html), directed by Qu Anjing 曲安京, Northwestern University, Xi'an (2016–2020). - Member, PSL project *[Table Analysis Method for the History of the Astral Sciences](http://tamas.hypotheses.org/author/tamas)* (TAMAS), directed by Matthieu Husson, CNRS-SYRTE, (2016–). - Member, ERC project *[Mathematical Sciences in the Ancient World](http://sawerc.hypotheses.org/)* (SAW), directed by Karine Chemla, Agathe Keller, and Christine Proust, CNRS-SPHERE (2013–2016). #### Professional activities - Member of the editorial committee of the series ’Why the Sciences of the Ancient World Matter’, Springer. - Éditeur anglophone, *Études chinoises* (2016–) #### Popularisation - Member, Comité scientifique et culturel Cosmovisions, a collaborative exhibition on the history of cosmology to our day organised by Universcience (Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie & Palais de le Découverte) and the Museo de las Ciencias de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, (2015–2017). #### Statement Below you will find an up-to-date list of all publications, papers and other written or visual materials I have ever produced, with links to the appropriate publishers’ websites for paper and PDF copies as well as open access, Creative Commons downloads of pre-prints, post-prints and other author-owned materials. As a public servant, my work from 2013 to present has been graciously paid for in different forms by the French and European taxpayer, and thus I feel it my duty to see that he/she have free, legal, unrestricted, advertisement-free VIP access to what he/she has paid for. If you feel the same, please inquire about self-archiving with your institution or consider supporting services such as [Zenodo](https://zenodo.org/) or [Humanities Commons](https://hcommons.org/).

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The Annual Difference: How a Four-Century Debate Between Confucian, Daoist, and Buddhist Thinkers on a Problem of Classical Exegesis Shaped a Predictive Mathematical Construct

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Religions, 2024, The Interaction of Daoist, Buddhist and Confucian Thinkers in the Sui and Early Tang Dynasty, 15 (1), pp.1-20. ⟨10.3390/rel15010070⟩
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Technical Arts in the Han Histories: Tables and Treatises in the Shiji and Hanshu ed. by Mark Csikszentmihalyi and Michael Nylan (review)

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Technology and Culture, 2023, 64 (4), pp.1292-1293. ⟨10.1353/tech.2023.a911007⟩
Journal articles halshs-04296391v1
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Regional Networks in Chinese Mathematics and Astronomy, 311-618 CE

Daniel Patrick Morgan
East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine, 2021, 53 (1-2), pp.3-55. ⟨10.1163/26669323-53010001⟩
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Review of The Cambridge History of Science, vol. 1, Ancient Science. Edited by Alexander Jones and Liba Taub. Cambridge: Cambridge university press, 2018.

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Journal of the American Oriental Society, 2020, pp.141.2: 452-454
Journal articles halshs-03257053v1

Reflections on Visual and Material Sources for the History of the Exact Sciences in Early Imperial China

Daniel Patrick Morgan
NTM Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Wissenschaften, Technik und Medizin, 2020, 28, pp.325-357
Journal articles halshs-03039953v1
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Review of Christopher Cullen, Heavenly Numbers: Astronomy & Authority in Early Imperial China. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017.

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Historia Mathematica, 2019, pp.96-99. ⟨10.1016/j.hm.2018.12.002⟩
Journal articles halshs-01715313v2

No Comment: Remarks on the Source, Selection, Reliability, and Function of Non-Terrestrial Events Recorded in the Hou Hanshu 'Benji' (Basic Annals)

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Monumenta Serica - Journal of Oriental Studies, 2019, 67 (1), pp.57-83
Journal articles halshs-02156079v1
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Writing in Turns: An Analysis of Scribal Hands in the Bamboo Manuscript Suan shu shu 筭數書 (Writings on Mathematical Procedures) from Zhangjiashan tomb no. 247

Daniel Patrick Morgan , Karine Chemla
Bamboo and Silk, 2018, 1, pp.152-190. ⟨10.1163/24689246-00101006⟩
Journal articles halshs-01577808v1
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The planetary visibility tables in the second-century BC manuscript Wu xing zhan 五星占

Daniel Patrick Morgan
East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine, 2016, 43, pp.17-60
Journal articles halshs-01379180v1
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也有輪著寫的:張家山漢簡《筭數書》寫手與篇序初探

Daniel Patrick Morgan , Karine Chemla
簡帛, 2016, 12, pp.235-51
Journal articles halshs-01347036v1
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Sphere confusion: a textual reconstruction of instruments and observational practice in first-millennium CE China

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Centaurus, 2016, 58 (1-2), pp.87-103
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What good's a text? Textuality, orality, and mathematical astronomy in early imperial China

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Archives internationales d'histoire des sciences, 2015, 65 (2), pp.549-572
Journal articles halshs-01362429v2
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從周家臺『日書』與馬王堆『五星占』談日書與秦漢天文學的互相影響

Daniel Patrick Morgan
簡帛, 2011, 6, pp.113-37
Journal articles halshs-01333543v1

Remarks on the Mathematics and Philosophy of Space-time in Early Imperial China

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Garret Pagenstecher Olberding. The Exercise of the Spatial Imagination in Pre-Modern China: Shaping the Expanse, De Gruyter, pp.150-187, 2022, 9783110749656
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Calling out Zheng Xuan (127–200 CE) at the Crossroads of Ritual, Mathematics, Sport, and Classical Commentary

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Glenn Most; Karine Chemla. Mathematical Commentaries in the Ancient World A Global Perspective, Cambridge University Press, pp.141-196, 2022, 9781108884488
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Les derniers jours du défunt. L'empire et l'individu vus à travers les calendriers provenant des tombes du début de la Chine impériale

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Calendriers d'Europe et d'Asie. De l'antiquité à la diffusion de l'imprimerie, École nationale des chartes, pp.49-70, 2021, 978-2-35723-159-7
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Yu Xi 虞喜 (fl. 307-346) (Zhongning 仲寧) - Astronome et ermite lettré des Jin de l’Est

Daniel Patrick Morgan
François Martin; Damien Chaussende. Dictionnaire biographique du haut Moyen Âge chinois, Les Belles Lettres, pp.601-602, 2020
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Yuan Chong 袁充 (544-618) (Defu 德符) – Astrologue, astronome et fonctionnaire des Chen et des Sui

Daniel Patrick Morgan
François Martin; Damien Chaussende. Dictionnaire biographique du haut Moyen Âge chinois, Les Belles Lettres, pp.604-606, 2020
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Zhang Zhouxuan 張冑玄 († entre 605 et 617) (Defu 德符) – Astronome des Sui

Daniel Patrick Morgan
François Martin; Damien Chaussende. Dictionnaire biographique du haut Moyen Âge chinois, Les Belles Lettres, pp.625-627, 2020
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Li Yexing 李業興 (484-549) – As-tronome, érudit, devin et homme d’État des Wei du Nord et de l’Est

Daniel Patrick Morgan
François Martin; Damien Chaussende. Dictionnaire biographique du haut Moyen Âge chinois, Les Belles Lettres, pp.284-286, 2020
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Zu Chongzhi 祖沖之 (429-500) (Wenyuan 文遠) – Astronome, mathématicien, inventeur et lettré des Song et des Qi du Sud

Daniel Patrick Morgan
François Martin; Damien Chaussende. Dictionnaire biographique du haut Moyen Âge chinois, Les Belles Lettres, pp.668-669, 2020
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Liu Xiaosun 劉孝孫 (†594/597) – Astronome des Qi du Nord et des Sui

Daniel Patrick Morgan
François Martin; Damien Chaussende. Dictionnaire biographique du haut Moyen Âge chinois, Les Belles Lettres, pp.310-312, 2020
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Xu Yue 徐岳 (fl. 226) (Gonghe 公河) – Astronome et mathématicien er-mite des Han et des Wei

Daniel Patrick Morgan
François Martin; Damien Chaussende. Dictionnaire biographique du haut Moyen Âge chinois, Les Belles Lettres, pp.599-600, 2020
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Zu Geng 祖暅 (ou Gengzhi 暅之) (fl. 504-525) (Jingshuo 景爍) – Astronome, astrologue, ingénieur civil et gentilhomme de la cour des Liang

Daniel Patrick Morgan
François Martin; Damien Chaussende. Dictionnaire biographique du haut Moyen Âge chinois, Les Belles Lettres, pp.669-671, 2020
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Yu Jicai 庾季才 (†603) (Shuyi 叔弈) – Astrologue et devin de la cour des Liang, des Wei de l’Ouest, des Zhou du Nord et des Sui

Daniel Patrick Morgan
François Martin; Damien Chaussende. Dictionnaire biographique du haut Moyen Âge chinois, Les Belles Lettres, pp.598-599, 2020
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Liu Hong 劉洪 (fl. 167-206) – Astronome et historien des Han de l’Est

Daniel Patrick Morgan
François Martin; Damien Chaussende. Dictionnaire biographique du haut Moyen Âge chinois, Les Belles Lettres, pp.295-297, 2020
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Yang Wei 楊偉 (fl. 226-237) – Astronome et fonctionnaire des Wei

Daniel Patrick Morgan
François Martin; Damien Chaussende. Dictionnaire biographique du haut Moyen Âge chinois, Les Belles Lettres, pp.582-583, 2020
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Zhao Shuang 趙爽 (fl. 314) (Junqing 君卿) – Mathématicien ermite des Jin

Daniel Patrick Morgan
François Martin; Damien Chaussende. Dictionnaire biographique du haut Moyen Âge chinois, Les Belles Lettres, pp.628-629, 2020
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Xun Xu 荀勖 (ca. 220-289) (Gongceng 公曾) – Lettré, musicologue, paléographe et homme d’État des Wei et des Jin

Daniel Patrick Morgan
François Martin; Damien Chaussende. Dictionnaire biographique du haut Moyen Âge chinois, Les Belles Lettres, pp.570-573, 2020
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Zhen Luan 甄鸞 (fl. 535-570) (Shuzun 叔遵) – Mathématicien, polémiste bouddhiste, astronome et haut fonctionnaire des Liang, des Qi du Nord et des Zhou du Nord

Daniel Patrick Morgan
François Martin; Damien Chaussende. Dictionnaire biographique du haut Moyen Âge chinois, Les Belles Lettres, pp.629-631, 2020
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Jiang Ji 姜岌 (fl. 384) – Astronome des Qin antérieurs

Daniel Patrick Morgan
François Martin; Damien Chaussende. Dictionnaire biographique du haut Moyen Âge chinois, Les Belles Lettres, pp.254-255, 2020
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Astronomes et mathématiciens

Daniel Patrick Morgan
François Martin; Damien Chaussende. Dictionnaire biographique du haut Moyen Âge chinois, Les Belles Lettres, pp.33-38, 2020
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Heavenly Patterns

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Monographs in Tang Official Historiography: Perspectives from the Technical Treatises of the History of Sui (Sui shu), 2019
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Introduction

Daniel Patrick Morgan , Damien Chaussende
Monographs in Tang Official Historiography: Perspectives from the Technical Treatises of the History of Sui (Sui shu), Springer International Publishing, pp.1-25, 2019
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Numbers with Histories: Li Chunfeng on Harmonics and Astronomy

Daniel Patrick Morgan , Howard L. Goodman
Monographs in Tang Official Historiography: Perspectives from the Technical Treatises of the History of Sui (Sui shu), 2019
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Mercury and the Case for Plural Planetary Traditions in Early Imperial China

Daniel Patrick Morgan
John M. Steele. The Circulation of Astronomical Knowledge in the Ancient World, Brill, pp.416-450, 2016, 9789004315631. ⟨10.1163/9789004315631_015⟩
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Popular science: Astronomical data in Chinese local gazetteers, using LOGART

Daniel Patrick Morgan
The Role of Fenye (Astrological Contents) in Late Imperial China: an Author’s Workshop, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, May 2023, Berlin, Germany
Conference papers halshs-04107702v1

A tale of seven cities: a new framework for the historiography of Chinese astronomy in the Period of Disunion (220–589)

Daniel Patrick Morgan
16th International Conference on the History of Science in East Asia, Goethe Universität, Aug 2023, Frankfurt, France
Conference papers halshs-04196364v1

Songs of Paradise Lost and their Celestial Mechanics: “Shiyue zhi jiao” 十月之交 and the Commentarial Layers of the Maoshi zhengyi 毛詩正義 (II)

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Transience: Politics and Practices of Time in the Chinese Period of Division (4th–7th centuries) (WORKING GROUP), Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Aug 2022, Berlin, Germany
Conference papers halshs-03865351v1

Looking at Astronomy and Mathematics through Bibliometrics: The History of Sui Bibliographical Treatise (656 CE)

Daniel Patrick Morgan
The History of Ancient Astronomy Meeting, Brown University, Apr 2022, Providence, United States
Conference papers halshs-03644020v1

An attempt to discern patterns in the polymathy in the exact sciences in early imperial China through bibliometrics

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Experts at Work II Ability and Authority Working Group Workshop, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Nov 2022, Berlin, Germany
Conference papers halshs-03841302v1

L’astronomie mathématique : lorsque le texte est accessoire à la traduction

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Savoirs et techniques en traduction: quelles méthodologies pour les langues de l'Asie orientale?, Oct 2022, Paris, France
Conference papers halshs-03809884v1

Festival calendars do not write themselves: the ideological stakes and scientific demands of the state festival calendar in early imperial China

Daniel Patrick Morgan
The Temporality of Festivals, Chronoi, Jul 2021, Berlin, Germany
Conference papers halshs-03445408v1

The songs of paradise lost and their celestial mechanics: Kong Yingda 孔穎達 (584–648) et al. on the correct way to read the Classic of Odes, and how we know that it is correct, for reading by children

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Transience: Politics and Practices of Time in the Chinese Period of Division (4th–7th centuries) (WORKING GROUP), Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Jul 2021, Berlin, Germany
Conference papers halshs-03445403v1

Work in Progress (2020-2021) : Geographical and Social Network Analysis of the Mathematical Sciences in China, 221 BCE–670 CE

Daniel Patrick Morgan
The History of Ancient Astronomy Meeting, Brown University, Feb 2021, Providence, United States
Conference papers halshs-03138392v1

Cultural Drift and Cultural Contact in Astronomy within a Divided China, 317–618 CE

Daniel Patrick Morgan
The 12th Conference on the History of Science: Science, Technology and Medicine in Cross-cultural History, National Tsing Hua University, Mar 2021, Hsinchu, Taiwan
Conference papers halshs-03445333v1
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Don’t Listen to the Sceptics: Li Chunfeng (602–670) on Why Solar Eclipses are Still Omens

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Eclipses in China and Mesopotamia: A Comparative Workshop, University of Science and Technology of China; Brown University, Jun 2019, Hefei, China
Conference papers halshs-02116057v2
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Forgery, Banditry, and Advanced Mathematics: The Curious Academic Lineage of Kong Yingda (574–648) in the Sui and Northern Dynasties

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Early Medieval China Workshop, INALCO, Nov 2019, Paris, France
Conference papers halshs-02335042v1
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Mapping Regional Traditions in Chinese Astronomy and Mathematics, 311–618 CE

Daniel Patrick Morgan
On cultures of scientific practice in ancient mathematical sciences, Apr 2019, Paris, France
Conference papers halshs-02021447v1

On the Eighth-century Manuscript Omens of the Dark Signs for the Five Prefectures of the Western Qin and Regional Traditions in the Chinese Astral Sciences

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Natural Sciences and Technologies in Manuscripts and Artefacts, National Keklidze Center for Manuscripts, Jun 2019, Tbilissi, Georgia
Conference papers halshs-02169060v1
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Report on Personal Palaeography Initiatives, Qin-Han China (221 BCE–220 CE)

Daniel Patrick Morgan
On Discerning Scribal Hands, Universitãt Heidelberg, Jun 2018, Heidelberg, Germany
Conference papers halshs-01796321v1
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A Radical Proposition on the Origins of the Received Mathematical Classic The Gnomon of Zhou (Zhoubi 周髀)

Daniel Patrick Morgan
The Second International Conference on History of Mathematics and Astronomy, Northwestern University, Xi'an, Dec 2018, Xi'an, China
Conference papers halshs-01900269v1

Lifa 101: Reading Chinese Astronomical Procedure Texts

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Lifa 101: Reading Chinese Astronomical Procedure Texts, Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Apr 2018, Berlin, Germany
Conference papers halshs-01740322v1
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La modernité : une problématique ancienne ? Perspective d’un bonze du Haut Moyen Age chinois sur la perfection de l’âme, le salut de l’homme et le progrès scientifique en astronomie

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Récits et figures du ciel, Université de Wuhan; Université Paris Diderot, May 2018, Wuhan, Chine
Conference papers halshs-01719045v1
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On Iconographic and Diagrammatic Irregularities in the Representation of Constellations in Han (206 BCE–220 CE) Tomb Art

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Visualization of the Heavens and Their Material Cultures I, Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Apr 2018, Berlin, Germany
Conference papers halshs-01714768v1

L'astronomie antique : pour l'amour du ciel ?!

Pierre Chaigneau , Daniel Patrick Morgan
Pint of Science, May 2018, Paris, France
Conference papers halshs-01780153v1
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日曆在秦漢墓葬文獻集體字跡分析中的潛能

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Invited talk., May 2018, Wuhan, China
Conference papers halshs-01780068v1

Calling out Zheng Xuan (127–200 CE) at the crossroads of ritual, maths, sport and classical commentary (version 2)

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Commentaries on Mathematical Texts in a Comparative Perspective, Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Aug 2017, Berlin, Germany
Conference papers halshs-01561354v1
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Remarks on the Source, Selection, Reliability, and Function of the Non-terrestrial Events Recorded in the Hou Han shu 後漢書 ‘Benji’ 本紀 Imperial Annals

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Journée d'étude Hou Han shu 後漢書, CRCAO – Collège de France, Sep 2017, Paris, France
Conference papers halshs-01497223v1

Should headings of sections in Writings on mathematics 筭數書 (before ca. 186 BCE) be interpreted as a curriculum?

Karine Chemla , Daniel Patrick Morgan
25th International Congress of History of Science and Technology, Jul 2017, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Conference papers halshs-01406453v1
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Remarks on the Mathematics and Philosophy of Space-time in Early Imperial China

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Designing Space: the Exercise of the Spatial Imagination in Pre-modern China, University of Pittsburgh, May 2017, Pittsburgh, United States
Conference papers halshs-01490864v2

Remarks on the Foreign/Expatriate Leadership of the Tang Astronomical Bureau

Daniel Patrick Morgan
International Conference on Traditional Sciences in Asia 2017: East-West Encounter in the Science of Heaven and Earth, Kyoto University, Oct 2017, Kyoto, Japan
Conference papers halshs-01497804v1

Les derniers jours du défunt : l’Empire et l’individu vus des calendriers récemment excavés des tombes de l’aube de la Chine impériale

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Calendriers d’Europe et d’Asie, Institut national des chartes, Oct 2017, Paris, France
Conference papers halshs-01497257v1

Virtue on Trial: Ritual Archery Competitions and Astronomical Testing in Early China

Alan Levinovitz , Daniel Patrick Morgan
Ritual, Mathematics, and the Astral Sciences, ERC project SAW (CNRS - Université Paris Diderot), Jun 2016, Paris, France
Conference papers halshs-01333703v1

Sur lattes de bambou et planchettes de bois : les premiers calendriers annuels en Chine (IIIe siècle avant notre ère – IIe siècle après notre ère), leurs usages et fonctions

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Atelier Calendriers d’Europe et d’Asie : supports, usages et fonctions, École française d’Extrême-Orient, Oct 2016, Paris, France
Conference papers halshs-01368860v1

Shu shu 數術: When an actor’s category became an observer’s category, why, and what we can do about it

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Writing histories of ancient mathematics – Reflecting on past practices and opening the future, ERC Project SAW, Oct 2016, Paris, France
Conference papers halshs-01360195v1

Calling out Zheng Xuan (127–200 CE) at the crossroads of ritual, maths, sport and classical commentary

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Workshop 'Commentaries', Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Aug 2016, Berlin, Germany
Conference papers halshs-01577827v1

First-Millennium Chinese Mathematical Literature as a Case Study in Polysemy and Semantic Drift

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Guest Lectures 2016, Universität Zürich, Mar 2016, Zürich, Switzerland
Conference papers halshs-01341840v1

Remarques sur « la vérification » de « l’étroitesse » : sports de tirs et concours de précision dans l’astronomie mathématique en Chine ancienne

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Assemblé générale, CNRS-SPHERE, Université Paris Diderot, Feb 2016, Paris, France
Conference papers halshs-01341842v1

Doors Open and Shut: the Bureaucratic Insulation of the Astral Sciences in Imperial China and the First Waves of Foreign Influence

Daniel Patrick Morgan
7th International Conference of the European Society for the History of Science, Society for the History of Sciences and Technology of the Czech Republic, Sep 2016, Prague, Czech Republic
Conference papers halshs-01360103v1

What is Normal and what is Right: Grand Matron Cao and the Women of the Astral Sciences in China, 1st – 4th cent. CE

Daniel Patrick Morgan , Lisa Indraccolo
Séminaire femmes et savoirs : espaces, frontières, marges, EHSS & Centre Alexandre-Koyré, May 2016, Paris, France
Conference papers halshs-01333883v1
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On the potential of corpus-based handwriting analysis: a refined analysis of the Zhangjiashan tomb library

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Scribal Hands and Scribal Practices in Manuscripts from Warring States and Early Imperial China, Universität Heidelberg, Nov 2016, Heidelberg, Germany
Conference papers halshs-01368873v1

A Sphere unto Itself: the Death and Medieval Framing of the History of Chinese Cosmography

Daniel Patrick Morgan
seminar Exploring 19th and 20th centuries historiographies of mathematics in the ancient world, ERC project SAW (CNRS - Université Paris Diderot), Jan 2016, Paris, France
Conference papers halshs-01341843v1
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By Process of Elimination: Further Remarks on the Operation chú 除 in Early Imperial Mathematical Astronomy

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Conference Mathematical Practices in relation to the Astral Sciences, ERC project SAW (CNRS - Université Paris Diderot), Mar 2015, Paris, France
Conference papers halshs-01333725v1

The Early Imperial Astral Sciences as viewed through Actors’ Categories

Daniel Patrick Morgan
14th International Conference on the History of Science in East Asia, Jul 2015, Paris, France
Conference papers halshs-01333701v1

A Sphere unto Itself: the Death and Medieval Framing of the History of Chinese Cosmography

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Nineteenth Asian Studies Conference Japan, Meiji Gakuin University, Jun 2015, Tokyo, Japan
Conference papers halshs-01333700v1
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What can you do with a Calendar? Extracting Facts, Stories, and Information otherwise pertinent to your own Field from a Table of Dates

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Workshop on Zhangjiashan Tomb 247, ERC project SAW (CNRS - Université Paris Diderot), Nov 2015, Paris, France
Conference papers halshs-01333719v1

The Shaming of the Assistant Director: A Debacle in Third-century Chinese Mathematics Reconsidered in the light of Manuscript Culture, Biography, and the Historiography of Science

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Lunch hour lecture, Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, Feb 2015, New York, United States
Conference papers halshs-01341869v1
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Opening Remarks, Workshop on Zhangjiashan Tomb 247

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Workshop on Zhangjiashan Tomb 247, ERC project SAW (CNRS - Université Paris Diderot), Nov 2015, Paris, France
Conference papers halshs-01388096v1
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A Sphere unto Itself: the Death and Medieval Framing of the History of Chinese Cosmography

Daniel Patrick Morgan
First International Workshop on Traditional Sciences in Asia, Kyoto University, Jun 2015, Kyoto, Japan
Conference papers halshs-01333724v1

Reflections upon the Presentation of Parallel Algorithms Across the Astral and Mathematical Sciences in First-Millennium China

Daniel Patrick Morgan
International Conference on History of Ancient Mathematics and Astronomy, 西北大学 Northwestern University; ERC project SAW (CNRS - Université Paris Diderot), Aug 2015, Xi'an, China
Conference papers halshs-01333721v1

Spreadsheets and First-millennium Chinese li Procedure Texts

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Analysing and Editing Numerical Tables from Ancient Astral Sciences workshop, Observatoire de Paris, Jun 2015, Paris, France
Conference papers halshs-01333723v1

The production of integers and mathematical operations in writings on astral sciences in ancient China

Karine Chemla , Daniel Patrick Morgan
Three-Month Workshop Mathematical Practices in relation to the Astral Sciences – 2015, ERC project SAW (CNRS - Université Paris Diderot), Jan 2015, Paris, France
Conference papers halshs-01341845v1

Sphere Confusion: The Textual Reconstruction of First-millennium hun Instruments

Daniel Patrick Morgan
seminar Exploring 19th and 20th centuries historiographies of mathematics in the ancient world, ERC project SAW (CNRS - Université Paris Diderot), Feb 2015, Paris, France
Conference papers halshs-01341844v1

That the Sphere may Triumph: the History and Historiography of Cosmography after the Han

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Séminaire Histoire des sciences, des techniques et de la médecine en Asie orientale, CNRS-EHESS, Jan 2015, Paris, France
Conference papers halshs-01341846v1
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也有輪著寫的:張家山漢簡《筭數書》寫手與篇序初探

Daniel Patrick Morgan , Karine Chemla
International Forum for the Study of Chinese Excavated Texts 2014, University of Chicago; Wuhan University, Oct 2014, Chicago, United States
Conference papers halshs-01333734v1

Mercury and the Case for Plural Planetary Traditions in Early Imperial China

Daniel Patrick Morgan
The Circulation of Astronomical Knowledge in the Ancient World, Brown University, Apr 2014, Providence, United States. pp.416-50
Conference papers halshs-01341872v1

The Luminous Inception system (Jingchu li 景初曆) of AD 237 (part 2)

Daniel Patrick Morgan
SAW Text Reading Seminar, ERC project SAW (CNRS - Université Paris Diderot), Mar 2014, Paris, France
Conference papers halshs-01347872v1

Math Lessons: Towards an Interdisciplinary Approach to an Early Chinese Manuscript Culture

Daniel Patrick Morgan , Karine Chemla
What Can the History of Science Contribute to Manuscript Studies or What Can Manuscript Studies Contribute to the History of Science? Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures, Center for the Study of Manuscript Cultures; ERC project SAW (CNRS - Université Paris Diderot), May 2014, Hamburg, Germany
Conference papers halshs-01333739v1

How do you du? Remarks on Chinese Astronomical Coordinates

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Seminar The Shaping of Time and Space, ERC project SAW (CNRS - Université Paris Diderot), Jan 2014, Paris, France
Conference papers halshs-01341880v1

The Luminous Inception system (Jingchu li 景初曆) of AD 237 (part 1)

Daniel Patrick Morgan
SAW Text Reading Seminar, ERC project SAW (CNRS - Université Paris Diderot), Jan 2014, Paris, France
Conference papers halshs-01341877v1

What Good’s a Text? Textuality, Orality, and Mathematical Astronomy in Early Imperial China

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Seminar History of Science, History of Text, ERC project SAW (CNRS - Université Paris Diderot), Jun 2014, Paris, France
Conference papers halshs-01341847v1

On Conceptual Distinctions within the Early Imperial Astral Sciences

Daniel Patrick Morgan
XX Biennial Conference of the European Association of Chinese Studies, Jul 2014, Braga, Portugal
Conference papers hal-01333671v1

Numbers with Histories: Li Chunfeng on Harmonics and Astronomy

Daniel Patrick Morgan , Howard L. Goodman
Workshop Treatises of the Book of Sui, ERC project SAW (CNRS - Université Paris Diderot); CRCAO – CNRS, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes & Université Paris Diderot, Nov 2013, Paris, France
Conference papers halshs-01341886v1

The Planetary Visibility Tables in the Second Century B.C. Manuscript Wuxing zhan

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Seminar History of Science, History of Text, ERC project SAW (CNRS - Université Paris Diderot), Mar 2012, Paris, France
Conference papers hal-01341891v1

The Historian-as-Astronomer (shi 史): Death, Intrigue, and the History of Things that did not quite Happen in the Han

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Department of East Asian Studies Graduate Seminar, Cambridge University, Feb 2012, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Conference papers hal-01341898v1

Writing the History of Chinese Astronomy from Medieval Quotations of Ancient Texts

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Seminar History of Science, History of Text, ERC project SAW (CNRS - Université Paris Diderot), Dec 2011, Paris, France
Conference papers hal-01341892v1
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Muddled Math and its Implications for early Chinese Manuscript Culture

Daniel Patrick Morgan
221st Meeting of the American Oriental Society, Mar 2011, Chicago, IL, United States
Conference papers hal-01333669v1

Astronomical Debate in the Jin shu 晉書

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Needham Research Institute Text Reading Seminar, Needham Research Institute, Nov 2011, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Conference papers hal-01341901v1

A Positive Case for the Visuality of Text in Warring States Manuscript Culture

Daniel Patrick Morgan
The Rise of Writing in Early China, University of Chicago, Oct 2011, Chicago, United States
Conference papers halshs-01341905v1
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A Positive Case for the Visuality of Text in Warring States Manuscript Culture

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Creel-Luce Paleography Forum, University of Chicago, Apr 2010, Chicago, United States
Conference papers halshs-01333472v1

Parallel Universes: Astronomy and the Mantic Arts in Early China

Daniel Patrick Morgan
China Before Print Workshop, University of Chicago, Jun 2010, Chicago, United States
Conference papers halshs-01341919v1

從周家臺《日書》與馬王堆《五星占》談日書與秦漢天文學的互相影響

Daniel Patrick Morgan
2010 International Forum for Chinese Bamboo and Silk Manuscript Studies, Wuhan University, Dec 2010, Wuhan, China. pp.113-37
Conference papers halshs-01341917v1

「禘」與「祫」的來歷與周禮的復原工程

Daniel Patrick Morgan
2009 International Forum for Chinese Bamboo and Silk Manuscript Studies, Wuhan University, Jun 2009, Wuhan, China
Conference papers halshs-01341925v1

The Planetary Model and Visibility Table for Venus in the –2nd Century Silk Manuscript Wu xing zhan 五星占

Daniel Patrick Morgan
China Before Print Workshop, University of Chicago, Oct 2008, Chicago, United States
Conference papers halshs-01341928v1

Ancient Chu Culture’s Role in Making China: the View from Newly Discovered Manuscripts at the Shanghai Museum

Ernest Caldwell , Daniel Patrick Morgan , Jie Shi
The US-China Peoples Friendship Association Chicago Chapter 2008 Annual China Symposium, The US-China Peoples Friendship Association Chicago Chapter, Jan 2008, Chicago, United States
Conference papers halshs-01341934v1

The Son of Heaven Builds in the Realm: A Material and Textual Study

Daniel Patrick Morgan
China Before Print Workshop, University of Chicago, Dec 2007, Chicago, United States
Conference papers halshs-01341938v1
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Sciences Astrales en Chine des Han aux Tang,

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Master. Histoire des sciences en Asie, France. 2017
Lectures cel-01684870v1
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Illustration of Buddhist World Model

Daniel Patrick Morgan
France. 2022
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Structure of the Tang Astronomical Bureau (Jiu Tangshu)

Daniel Patrick Morgan
France. 2022
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Structure of the Han Astronomical Bureau (Hou Hanshu)

Daniel Patrick Morgan
France. 2022
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Two Han transmission lines in astronomy and mathematics

Daniel Patrick Morgan
France. 2022
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Various reconstructions of Gnomon of Zhou (Zhoubi) cosmology

Daniel Patrick Morgan
France. 2022
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Reconstruction of Sphere Heaven (huntian) cosmology (Zhang Heng)

Daniel Patrick Morgan
France. 2022
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率 for android

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Illustration. France. 2018
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Syzygy in the twenty-eight equatorial lodges as calculated according to the Sifen li 四分曆 for 2020.

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Illustration. France. 2018
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The twelve 律 pitch-regulator pipes

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Illustration. France. 2018
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Metrological units, their equivalencies and origins according to Liu Xin 劉歆 (c.50 BCE–23 CE) as preserved in the Han shu ‘Lü-li zhi’

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Illustration. Paris-14E-Arrondissement, France. 2018
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Converting years to months using counting rods, the “Suppose-you-have” procedure 今有術, and the Metonic "rule" 章.

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Illustration. France. 2018
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The twenty-eight lodges (xiu 宿)

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Illustration. Paris-14E-Arrondissement, France. 2018
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Target geometries, Olympic 70M vs Big Shoot, side view

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Illustration. Paris-14E-Arrondissement, France. 2017
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Target geometries, Olympic 70M vs Big Shoot, frontal view

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Illustration. Paris-14E-Arrondissement, France. 2017
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Zheng Xuan’s target geometries, lateral view, with targets (correctly) set at the appropriate distances (note that the y-axis is expanded 300% for the sake of legibility)

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Illustration. Paris-14E-Arrondissement, France. 2017
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Author’s reconstruction of Zheng Xuan’s Big Shoot target dimensions and heights as detailed in Kong Yingda and Jia Gongyan’s subcommentaries (1 chi = 10 cun)

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Illustration. Paris-14E-Arrondissement, France. 2017
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The early medieval twenty-four chen 辰 or jiashi 加時 displayed as a clockface

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Photography. France. 2016
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Reconstruction of the Wuxing zhan 五星占 manuscript folds

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Illustration. United States. 2013
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Synodic period of inferior planets

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Illustration. D.P. Morgan, 'Knowing Heaven: astronomy, the calendar, and the sagecraft of science in early imperial China' (Ph.D. diss., U. Chicago, 2013), Figure 2.3b., United States. 2013
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Wuxing zhan 五星占 planetary hemerology (year 1 of 60)

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Illustration. D.P. Morgan, 'Knowing Heaven: astronomy, the calendar, and the sagecraft of science in early imperial China' (Ph.D. diss., U. Chicago, 2013), Figure 2.7., United States. 2013
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Synodic period of superior planets

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Illustration. D.P. Morgan, 'Knowing Heaven: astronomy, the calendar, and the sagecraft of science in early imperial China' (Ph.D. diss., U. Chicago, 2013), Figure 2.3a., United States. 2013
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Wuxing zhan dimensions and textual units

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Illustration. D.P. Morgan, 'Knowing Heaven: astronomy, the calendar, and the sagecraft of science in early imperial China' (Ph.D. diss., U. Chicago, 2013), Figure 2.2., United States. 2013
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The early third-century 24-hour scheme

Daniel Patrick Morgan
Illustration. D.P. Morgan, 'Knowing Heaven: astronomy, the calendar, and the sagecraft of science in early imperial China' (Ph.D. diss., U. Chicago, 2013), Figure 4.1., United States. 2012
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