Center for Traditional Chinese Cultural Studies

The Center of Traditional Chinese Culture Studies, formerly known as the Institute of Traditional Chinese Culture, was established in 1999. In the year of 2000, the Center was approved by the Ministry of Education as one of the key research bases in humanities and social sciences. In 2005, the Ministry of Education approved the proposal of setting up within the center “the Modern Transformation and Innovation Pioneering Program on Traditional Chinese Culture Sponsored by Project 985”.

The Center is interdisciplinary in nature, which covers a wide range of researches over literary, historical and philosophical subjects. It is divided into three research sections, namely the Traditional Chinese Culture Integrated Research Section, Traditional Chinese Culture and Modernization Research Section and Jinchu (Hubei Province) Culture Research Section in addition to the Editorial Department of Humanities Journal. Currently, among the 24 researchers are 21 full-time professors, 1 associate professor and 2 lecturers. The center also boasts 5 nationally and internationally well-known scholars as its faculty associates and 10 prestigious scholars as its advisors.

As a leading and most influential research institute, the Traditional Chinese Culture Research Center of Wuhan University appeals to the inspiration of students and scholars. In addition to visiting scholars, it enrolls MA and PhD candidates with relevant academic background. Therefore, it is an ideal place to pursue professional development for talents.


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