前秦女經學家宣文君 —— 兼論後世女教作品中宣文君形象之建立

Translated title of the contribution: Xuanwen Jun, A Woman Scholar of Confucian Classics during the Former Qin Period with Special Reference to the Construction of Xuanwen's Image in Primers Written for Girls

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Abstract

Laddy Song was instructed by her father the Zhou Guan (Official Rites of Zhou), which was studied by the Song family for generations. Her son Wei Cheng served at the Former Qin government. It was brought to the attention of the Former Qin emperor, Fu Jian, that Lady Song might be the only person who was eligible to teach Zhou Guan. Fu Jian, being a ruler who was fond of reestablishing Confucian values, decided to invite Lady Song to teach scholar-officials at her home. Fu Jian granted Lady Song the title Xuanwen Jun, and gave her ten female servant attendants. It was recorded that altogether one hundred and twenty pupils were assigned to learn from Lady Song.

Xuanwen Jun was well remembered in history. Very often she was cited as an example of model mother or learned woman. She was especially highly praised in primers written for girls.
Translated title of the contributionXuanwen Jun, A Woman Scholar of Confucian Classics during the Former Qin Period with Special Reference to the Construction of Xuanwen's Image in Primers Written for Girls
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Pages (from-to)1-16
Number of pages16
Journal香港浸會大學史學集刊
Volume1
Publication statusPublished - Nov 1999

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