中心简介

清华大学出土文献研究与保护中心成立于20089月,是从事出土文献的研究与保护的校级重点文科科研机构,先后被遴选为教育部人文社会科学重点研究基地与国家级协同创新中心牵头单位。目前有教职员工25人,各类教学科研人员20人,其中教授、研究员10人,副教授、副研究员7人,包括黄德宽、黄天树、李均明、李守奎、刘国忠等多位有影响力的专家。

出土文献中心通过开展出土文献的多学科交叉研究,探讨出土文献整理研究与中国古代历史文明的前沿问题,努力建设世界一流文科研究中心。当前中心的主要任务是对清华大学抢救入藏的战国竹简进行保护、整理与研究,同时开展其他出土文献(如甲骨文、金文)的研究工作。

中心自成立以来,已经取得了众多的成果,特别是在清华简的整理、研究与保护方面所做的工作受到了广泛的关注,获得各类国家级奖励十余项,并承担多项国家重大科研项目,是国际国内出土文献及中国古代文明研究的重镇。中心还承担了中宣部、教育部、国家语委等八部门委托的“古文字与中华文明传承发展工程”的组织实施工作,发挥对全国出土文献与古文字研究的引领和协调作用。

Research and Conservation Center for Unearthed Texts,Tsinghua University, founded in September 2008, is a key humanities research institute focused on the conservation and research of unearthed texts. It was selected as one of the Key Research Institutes of Humanities and Social Sciences of the Ministry of Education and the leading institute of the National Center of Collaboration and Innovation. The twenty-five faculty and staff members of the Center are comprised of twenty researchers, including ten professors and senior research fellows, and seven associate professors and junior research fellows. The fellows of the Center include such influential experts as professors Huang Dekuan, Huang Tianshu, Li Junming, Li Shoukui, and Liu Guozhong.

The Research and Conservation Center for Unearthed Texts strives to establish itself as a global first-class humanities research center through interdisciplinary and cutting-edge research projects. These projects combine the transcription and study of unearthed texts with research on ancient Chinese history and civilization. Currently the main task of the Center focuses on the preservation, transcription, and study of the Warring States bamboo manuscripts rescued and stored by Tsinghua University. At the same time, research is undertaken onother unearthed texts (such as oracle bone and bronze inscriptions).

The Center has made considerable achievements since its establishment, and especially its work in the transcription, research, and preservation of the Tsinghua University Bamboo Slips has received wide attention. The Center has won more than ten national awards and undertaken a number of significant national research projects, and has become one of the world’s foremost research institutes of unearthed texts and the study of ancient Chinese civilization. Finally, the Center has been entrusted by the eight Ministries and Commissions such as the Publicity Development of the CPC Central Committee, Ministry of Education and State Language Commission to organize and conduct the “Chinese Paleography and the Transmission and Development of Chinese Civilization Project”. In this role, the Center guides and collaborates with nation-wide research institutes of unearthed texts and Chinese paleography.