Liü Xuejun (Ph.D., Nanjing University, 2014) is the associate professor of Jiangsu Second Normal University. He was appointed the director of Teaching and Research Office of Ancient Chinese Literature, His current research focuses on Chinese medieval Buddhist history, Buddhist images and rituals, and East Asian art history. He has published a number of papers in Literary Heritage (《文學遺產》), Journal of Chinese Literature and History (《中華文史論叢》), and Journal of the 3-9th Century Chinese History (《魏晉南北朝隋唐史資料》). He has also published a book on the new annotation of Dhammapada (《新譯法句經》, 2018) in Sanmin Press. He has translated Professor Kōichi Shinohara’s work (Spells, Images, and Mandalas: Tracing the Evolution of Esoteric Buddhist Rituals, 2014), which published in Chinese in Singapore.
His publication with WSP is:
Shinohara, Koichi (trans. Liu Xuejun 劉學軍). Zhouyu Shengxiang he Mantuluo: Mijiao yishi yanbian yanjiu 咒語、聖像和曼荼羅——密教儀式衍變研究 [Spells, Images, and Maṇḍalas: Tracing the Evolution of Esoteric Buddhist Rituals]. Hualin Foxue Yicong 華林佛學譯叢 [Hualin Translation Series on Buddhist Studies] I, 2021.