Tsu-Lin Mei's Curriculum Vitæ

Tsu-Lin Mei 梅祖麟

435 Rockefeller Hall

Cornell University

Ithaca, NY 14850

Email: tm17@cornell.edu

Tel: 1-607-255-1340

Fax: 1-607-255-1686

1956-1962 Yale University; Ph.D. (Philosophy), 1962

1954-1956 Harvard University; M.A. (Mathematics), 1955

1952-1954 Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio; B.A. (Mathematics), 1954

1971-present Cornell University

2000-present Hu Shih Professor Emeritus

1994-2000 Hu Shih Professor

1979-1994 Professor

1972-1979 Associate Professor of Chinese Literature and Philosophy

1972-1977 Chair, Asian Studies.

1977-1980 Director, East Asian Program.

2003, Winter Visiting professor, Stanford University, CA

2001, Fall Visiting Professor, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, HK, China.

2000, Fall Visiting Chair Professor, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, Republic of China.

1991, Summer Visiting Professor, CRLAO, Paris.

1989, Fall Visiting Professor, National Tsinghua Univeristy, Hsinchu, Taiwan, Republic of China.

1989, Summer Distinguished Visiting Scholar, Institute of Linguistics Research, Chinese Academy of Social Science.

1984, Summer Visiting Professor, Centre de Recherches Linguistiques sur l'Asie Oriental, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris.

1983, Spring Visiting Professor, Department of Chinese, Beijing University.

1975-1976 Visiting Research Scharlar, Kyoto University, Japan.

1967-1968 Research Fellow, Chinese Linguistics Project, Princeton University

1964-1971 Harvard University

1969-1971 Associate Professor.

1964-1969 Assistant Professor of Chinese.

1962-1964 Instructor in Philosophy, Yale University

Fellow, Academia Sinica, 1994

Member of Editorial Board, Zhongguo Yuwen, 2000-

Adjunct Research Fellow, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, 1993-

President, International Association of Chinese Linguistics, 1994-95.

Associate Editor, Journal of Chinese Linguistics.

Advisory Board, Chinese Literature: Essays, Articles, Reviews; Journal of Chinese Philosophy.

Corresponding Member, National Inter-University Research Institute of Asian and African Languages and Cultures, Tokyo, Japan, 1976-

Board of Directors, Association of Asian Studies, 1974-77.