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Dian H. Murray

Chair, Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures

University of Notre Dame

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University of Notre Dame

100 Eck Visitors Center

Notre Dame, Indiana,46556

United States

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Founded in 1842, the University of Notre Dame provides a distinctive voice in higher education that is at once rigorously intellectual, unapologetically moral in orientation, and firmly embracing of a service ethos. The nation's pre-eminent Catholic university...more

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University of Notre Dame's College of Arts and Letters


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www.wymaninstitute.org

Prof. Dian Murray
Chair, Dept. of East Asian Languages & Literatures University of Notre Dame


www.kungfumagazine.com

Dian H. Murray is Associate Professor of History...
Dian H. Murray is Associate Professor of History and Associate Dean at Notre Dame University. the book is very good, however, the info is not correct. check out the book by Dian Murray, The Origins of the Tiandihui: The Chinese Triads in Legend and History. it contains translation of all the...


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Dian H. Murray, a historian at Notre Dame University, studied the early days of the Tiandi Hui (the Heaven and Earth Society), one of the most prominent and influential of the Hung societies, and discovered that, in fact, the organizations eighteenth and early nineteenth century recruiting practices were rather haphazard.Dian H. Murray, in collaboration with Qin Biaoqi, produced The Origins of the Tiandihui - The Chinese Triads in Legend and History. (1994, Stanford University Press, Stanford California).8. By way of contrast, see Morgan's description of Hung societies and compare it to Dian H. Murray.


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Delving into the fragments of history they found about Yang, the Powells came across the work of Dian Murray, a history professor at the University of Notre Dame, who has written extensively on Yang. From references in Murray's writing, they looked at other source materials on Yang.For instance, poring through rare books, they came across the journal of an English captive of Yang's pirates.


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The Powells first came across it in Jorge Luis Borges's "A Universal History of Infamy" and further researched it in the work of historian Dian H. Murray.
Just as they were the intermediaries for the Powells, Borges and Murray (David and Ann as actors) are our narrators, half human, half puppet, whose views of the action are contradictory, Borges romanticizing it, Murray insisting on known fact and detail. Just as they were the intermediaries for the Powells, Borges and Murray (David and Ann as actors) are our narrators, half human, half puppet, whose views of the action are contradictory, Borges romanticizing it, Murray insisting on known fact and detail.


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